It pays for Marylanders to get vaccinated against the coronavirus, in more ways than one.
As part of the state’s GoVAX program, businesses throughout the state are offering discounts to free items to residents who can prove they are vaccinated. Baltimore’s WBAL-TV reported several businesses and organizations have already signed up and are offering incentives for vaccinated individuals.
For example, the Baltimore Orioles are helping vaccinate fans by providing the Johnson & Johnson one-dose vaccine at Dempsey’s Brew Pub & Restaurant. WBAL reported those vaccinated at the clinic will receive a voucher to redeem two complimentary Lower-Level tickets for an upcoming game at Orioles Park at Camden Yards.
The National Aquarium will offer half-price tickets for general admission during Half-Price Friday Nights while in nearby Hanover, the Medieval Times plans to extend to vaccinated people 25% off discount on adult and children admission tickets that includes dinner and a show.
Ayers Creek Adventures in Berlin, on the state’s Eastern Shore, will offer vaccinated residents the chance to receive 10% off kayak or paddleboard rentals when proof of vaccinations is shown. In Rockville, located in Montgomery County, Total Recon Auto Center is offering a 10% discount on any auto detailing package for those who are vaccinated, WBAL reported.