Seaside Heights Offering End-Of-Summer Special

(Photo by Chris Lundy)

SEASIDE HEIGHTS – Seaside Heights is offering an end-of-summer “Get To The Beach early bird special now through August 29.

  Beach goers can purchase an adult wristband (12 years-of-age and older) from any beach cashier booth 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for only $4.00. That’s 50 percent off the regular price of $8.00 per wristband. The discount is on cash purchases only and is not available through the Viply smartphone app.

  According to Seaside Heights Mayor Anthony Vaz, “Fortunately, our beach attendance has been very good this summer, so we have the ability to partner with local businesses to offer this “Get To The Beach” beach discount.  As the summer winds down and families prepare for school, we want to encourage people to visit the Seaside Heights beach one more time!” Mayor Vaz said.

  The borough has partnered with parking lots and other businesses to offer early birds even more discounts during the same 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. time. Parking is one-half price at 1400 Ocean Terrace, 16 Hamilton Ave, and 9 Ocean Terrace. Pay $5 to park at 715 Boulevard.

  In addition, early birds will pay one-half price for beach chair and umbrella rentals at the Hancock Ave, Blaine Ave, Sumner Ave, and Franklin Ave beach accessories rental booths on the beach.  When beach goers receive their half-price wristband, they should ask the cashier for a discount brochure containing even more savings at participating restaurants, amusements and retail stores.

  Details of the Get To The Beach early bird specials may be found at

  Military service men and women, veterans, and their spouses and children are free every day on the Seaside Heights beach. And there are also special discount days: Aug. 13for Dad & Me Day, and Aug. 20for Bring a Friend Day.

  The Seaside Heights beach has been voted Ocean County’s Favorite Beach for four consecutive years in the NJ Sea Grant annual ratings.

  Enjoyment in Seaside Heights doesn’t end with Labor Day, either. There is a full schedule of weekend fall events ranging from a country music and barbecue festival, to other weekend-long music events, to Wine on the Beach, to the Italian festival and parade. Details may be found at