The ride tickets are now available at local banks and will continue to be available through June 26.
The Pay-One-Price discount tickets are being sold at reduced price in Brazil area banks for a limited time only and can be redeemed for an unlimited ride bracelet at a lower cost.
The Pay-One-Price bracelet cost will return to the $20 regular price and remain at full price once the celebration midway opens at 5:30 p.m., Wednesday, June 27, until the festival concludes Wednesday, July 4.
"We realize families in our community are very budget-conscious shoppers and like to save money whenever possible," Rotary President Duane Butt said. "So Rotary Club of Brazil is happy to offer them a chance to save money, but people must buy these advance tickets from area banks now to take advantage of the savings.
"Then hold onto those discount tickets and bring them to the midway ticket booth when you want to ride rides. During the Celebration, these tickets can be redeemed for unlimited rides during that one day's visit. The Pay-One-Price rides go back to the carnival's regular price of $20 during the Celebration."
Banks selling the discounted advance tickets include three First Financial Bank branches (in Brazil -- in front of Walmart, on Walnut Street, and on State Road 59), the main and east branches of Riddell National Bank, BMO-Harris Bank and Terre Haute Savings Bank -- Brazil branch.
Bank hours may vary.
Pay-One-Price advance discount tickets are sold inside the locations at walk-up business counters only, not through the drive-through windows.
Discounted tickets are only available while supplies last and sales end at the close of indoor banking hours June 26.
Pay-One-Price discount tickets may be redeemed at the festival ticket booths for arm bracelets.
Single tickets for individual rides will also be available and individual ticket prices will be posted at ticket booths for those who do not want unlimited rides.