You can get a ton of free benefits if you get your COVID-19 shots. Whether it be at Meijer with a coupon offer after you get both vaccines against the virus or even free donuts with Krispy Kreme. This next offer doesn't include your vaccine card like a few of the others do unless you need that last shot that is.

The Potter Park Zoo will be holding a FREE vaccine clinic on May 29th that will be open to the public. The clinic will be in partnership with the Ingham County Health Department. The Zoo took to Twitter, announcing the free clinic and the offer for free admission to the zoo with the offer on Thursday afternoon.

The clinic is allowing kids who are 12 and up to receive the vaccine if eligible. There are no appointments, it's all walk-up, no cost, regardless of your insurance.

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After you get your vaccine that day at the clinic, you will gain free admission to the zoo. The best part of this deal, is you get a free vaccination, and only one member of your family needs to get the shot to be able to enter the zoo for free.

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