SAHBA Home Show

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Event# 520-795-3025

Event Details

Southern Arizona Home Builders Association (SAHBA) Annual Spring Home & Patio Show is happening at the TCC and features more than 300 exhibitors!
Discover what’s new in home improvement trends, remodeling ideas, and outdoor living. There will be dozens of presentations, classes and seminars, and lots of fun and interactive activities for the kids.

Free Children 12 & Under
$8 Adults
$4 Military (with proper ID)
$4 for People 50 years+ on Friday, April 9th

$2 off coupons available at Plus, bring a can of food for the
Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona and get an additional $1 off.
Also, on Sunday only, bring in four cans of food and receive half off admission.

SAHBA Home Show

Address : Tucson Convention Center Tucson AZ
Phone : 520-795-3025   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : Varies

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