Not noted: free passes given to every student in Pierce County. See your school administrator for details.
We aren't likely to take in a concert, nor do we typically watch the rodeo, and fans of either may wish to research those attractions in greater detail.
Fair food is always a dilemma. Do we want to save money or experience the delicious gluttony? Do we want to pack our own picnic (permissible, so long as there's no alcohol!) or travel lightly? Do we want to eat a hearty meal or snack through a dozen stands? You can see that food is infrequently bundled.
Parking isn't noted here, but several packages offer discounted weekday parking in the official lots. Many neighbors and youth groups allow private parking in driveways and church lots. Pierce Transit drops off at the Blue Gate and is noted below. Additional transit options exist from Sounder, Kiwanis, and local routes. Note that bikes are not allowed inside the fairgrounds. Strollers and wagons are allowed and available for rental.
One final tip: check out the Press Kit, which summarizes the attractions at the fair and makes for easier reading than clicking through and around the fair's website.
Update: There are three new fair offers from Amazon Local. I've revised the table to include them, as well as re-sort the data to my own use. If you have access to a spreadsheet app, you might appreciate copying and pasting the data into your document for ease of reading and use.