Win a family 4 pack to Disney Toy Story 3 on Ice

We’ve been watching the Toy Story series since the beginning, as much as we enjoyed last year’s Disney on Ice, we’re really looking forward to this one:

Have you heard the buzz? The toys are back in town! Disney On Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3! The Academy Award®-winning blockbuster, Toy Story 3, and memorable moments from Toy Story and Toy Story 2 are hitting the ice in this sensational live production coming to your hometown! Rediscover the humor, friendship and charm of Toy Story when Disney On Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 takes family fun to infinity and beyond!

2011 Denver Coliseum Performance Schedule:

Thursday, Dec. 8 – 7PM – *Non-VIP Tickets are only $15 for this show! (additional fees apply)

Friday, Dec. 9 – 11AM & 7PM

Saturday, Dec. 10 – 11AM, 3PM & 7PM

Sunday, Dec. 11 – 11AM, 3PM & (7PM SPANISH LANGUAGE PERFORMANCE)

OPENING NIGHT (Thurs, Dec. 8 ) Tickets are only $15 – no code needed (additional fees apply, excludes VIP seats)

Donate a new, unwrapped toy to Toys for Tots in the Pepsi Center Box Office lobby December 1 – 11 to receive a $5 savings coupon for a Disney On Ice presents Disney•Pixar’s Toy Story 3 ticket!

(Excludes Front Row and VIP seating. Not valid on previously purchased tickets. No refunds or exchanges. Promotional period December 1-11, 2011 only. One coupon per ticket.)

Contest:

Denver Parent is giving away a family 4 pack of tickets to the December 8th, 2011 – 7:00 pm show (please make sure this time/date is available before you enter).

WHAT: A Family Four-Pack of Tickets
WHEN: December 8th, 2011 – 7:00 pm show
WHERE: Pepsi Center – 1000 Chopper Circle  Denver, CO 80204
HOW: It’s easy … Simply make a comment below and answer the question below!

Drawing will take place November 23rd at 5pm

QUESTION:
Did you cry during the Toy Story 3 movie?
Bonus – Ticket Code for a discount!

Enter the code: FFA at: www.TicketHorse.com/DisneyOnIce to save $4 per ticket. (Valid only Fri, Dec. 9 and Sat, Dec. 10 at 11am & 7pm; and Sun, Dec. 11 at 11am; excludes Front Row and VIP seats).

Disclaimer:
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39 comments

Of course I cried during Toy Story 3. Boohooohoooooo.

Fun! I actually did cry, but only a little.

I think I cried at all three movies but it was serious tissue time for Toy Story 3.

I cried several times. The first time I remember was when they were holding hands at the dump thinking they were going to go into the incinerator together. Once that floodgate was open it was all over with.

I cried like a baby during that movie. Loved it! I love all the ToyStory movies. 😉

Yes, I cried at the end. My daughter has had this on repeat on netflix today…

I teared up at the movie, but I went with my MIL and she sobbed!!! 🙂

I did…my son was a toy story fan from a baby and now that he is growing up and entering the teen years, it broke my heart that before I know it I will be packing up his room and his box of woody dolls…shoot I am tearing up now.

I did cry! I have a little boy who will someday be off to college too! As much as we work for their independence it has got to be heart wrenching to see them actually go.

I would cry. It would be so much fun for the family.

I cry every time I watch it!!! Love those characters!

I went to the movie with my best friend who’s son had recently left for college and she and I both cried! She for obvious reasons and me for knowing that one day (in about 12 years!) I would be in those shoes.

Dude. I bawled like a baby. My 5 year old kept looking at me like I was crazy!

I had something in my eye. No, I swear I wasn’t crying.

I love the Toy Story franchise. I don’t recall crying though. Nope, I take that back, my kids ate the last of the popcorn. Pretty sure I cried then.

Didn’t cry, but would cry tears of joy if I won these tickets and was able to take my family to the show.

I always tend to well up, so of course I shed a tear…. Would love to take my family to this show!

I was scared to death of the bear though!

I have to be honest, I have not seen Toy Story 3 yet. I heard it was so sad, so I am afraid to watch it. I’m a big baby;). I love the others though. We would love to go to Disney on Ice. Thanks for the chance.

I cry each time my kids watch it!

I did cry a little. But totally a feel good movie! <3

Umm, of course I cried. But so not fair, I think it was that time of the month or something!

You’re gonna cry when I tell you I haven’t seen it yet…..EEK!

I can’t say that I cried…However my wife probably did..My 1.5 year old son is enthralled with this movie. We would love the chance to take him to the show and watch his face light up when Buzz and Woody take to the stage!!

Not the first time because my 3-year old was ready to leave the theater as soon as Andy’s Toys were picked up by the garbage truck. I had to wait until the DVD came out to find out what happened.

Of course I cried! It was so sad!

I love all the Toy Story movies. I did cry because it was sad. My 3 year old loves Toy Story 3 he watches it all the time. We would like the chance to see Toy Story on ice.

Yes… I totally did the “ugly cry”! Love those little toys!

Yes, I cried while holding my 4 year old daughter tight. She asked me why I was crying, I told her because the little boy was all grown up and was not going to live with his mom any more. She told me: I always want to live with you mommy. I am glad we didn’t get kicked out of the theater with all that talking and crying.

I did! My whole family loves all the toy story’s this would make my daughters day crossing my fingers we win

Yes, I did cry, when the boy’s mom didn’t want her son to leave for college. I forward flashed to myself in her shoes with my son and it made me sad:( I don’t want that day to come…

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I cry at everything. Got a tissue? Disney is my fave…

No, but I had friends who did.

Yes I cried, It made me sad to think one day my kids will leave the house…

I did cry… the thought of my kids growing up and leaving our home made me super sad!

Yes…and so did the kids! lol!

I didn’t cry, I thought of it as a new beginning for the toys!

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