ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - Something to add to your Black Friday midnight shopping list: tickets for Albuquerque's annual luminaria bus tour.
Seats for ABQ Ride's Christmas Eve tradition go on sale online at midnight Friday morning, Nov. 25.
Counter sales begin later in the day at the Hold My Ticket box office at 112 Second St. SW in downtown Albuquerque.
Box office hours are 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
The tours typically sell out.
Six tours launch from the Albuquerque Convention Center between 5:20 and 7:40 p.m. and take 45 minutes to an hour to wander through Old Town and the Country Club and Los Altos neighborhoods.
Tickets cost $3 for adults and $1.70 for children 10-18, seniors 62 and older and persons with disabilities. Children 9 and under ride free when accompanied by a paying adult.
Additional information and a link to online ticket sales can be found on the ABQ Ride website.
For information on holiday shopping, cooking, photos, TV listings, events and Santa, visit the KRQE.com 2011 Holiday Survival Guide .
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