Unemployed? You can get free fair admission on Tuesday

The jobless will get a break Tuesday when an unemployment check or a stub will cover admission to the San Diego County Fair.

The same offer will be good Tuesday, June 29, according to fair officials.

“This was such a well received program last year, that we decided to do it again this year, but instead of one day we have expanded to two,” said Timothy Fennell, the fair’s general manager.

Unemployment checks or pay stubs must be dated within the past year.

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  4. County Fair visitor count is second-highest ever
  5. Universal Studios offers free admission to Calif. teachers

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