Discounted Topsfield Fair Tickets Available at Several Local Businesses


In addition to the Topsfield Fair box office and, discount admission tickets to the 2015 Topsfield Fair are available at many local businesses for only $9 until October 1, 2015, including:

Amesbury:  Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank
Beverly:  Barter Brothers Florist, Dawson’s True Value Hardware, Marblehead Bank, Winfrey’s Fudge
Concord:  Crosby’s Market
Danvers:  Cherry Farm Creamery, Gibney Gardens, The Butchery
Essex:  First Ipswich Bank
Georgetown:  Crosby’s Market
Gloucester:  First Ipswich Bank
Hamilton:  Crosby’s Market
Ipswich:  First Ipswich Bank
Lynn:  The Daily Item
Manchester:  Crosby’s Market
Marblehead:  Crosby’s Market, Marblehead Bank
Methuen:  Mann Orchards
Newbury:  First Ipswich Bank, Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank, The Butchery
Newburyport:  Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank
North Andover:  Eagle Tribune
North Reading:  North Reading Recreation Dept.
Portsmouth, NH:  Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank
Rockport:  Smith Ace Hardware
Rowley:  First Ipswich Bank, Winfrey’s Fudge
Salem:  Crosby’s Market
Salisbury:  Newburyport Five Cents Savings Bank
Stoneham:  Winfrey’s Fudge
Topsfield:  Dawson’s True Value Hardware
Wenham:  Winfrey’s Fudge
Wilmington:  Wilmington Recreation Dept. – Town Hall

Ticket price may vary per location.  Select AAA of Southern New England offices are also selling discount admission tickets to the 2015 Topsfield Fair.

Admission tickets can also be purchased for only $9 per ticket online at or at the Topsfield Fair ticket booth located at the main entrance of the fairgrounds at 207 Boston Street in Topsfield.  The ticket booth is open Monday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  Beginning Saturday, September 12, the ticket booth will also be open on weekends from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

The 197th annual Topsfield Fair will run October 2 - 12, 2015.  Discounted ride tickets and food vouchers are also available at  Ride tickets are available in strips of ten tickets for $24. Only one ticket is needed for most rides.  Some restrictions apply.

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