Posted Friday, December 7, 2001 6:59 AM | Contributed by CoastaPlaya
For the first time in its history, Mall of America's Camp Snoopy is offering season passes. They're good 365 days from date of issue for $89.95 for adults, $59.95 for children.
These passes are exclusive to Camp Snoopy and not reciprocal at any Cedar Fair park, as the park is not owned by Cedar Fair.
Cub Foods (a local grocer) is offering a $10 discount until December 29th.
See more from the official Camp Snoopy site.
I think KCS-MOA owners were hesitant to do this at all...and I can't shake the feeling that they're trying to keep out the folks who ride the 80 bus...
Does anyone know of that dark ride that you have a gun and shoot at targets? You and your friends could make bets on who's going to win and what. ;)
And yes, they do have two coasters, but one of them is a small kiddie coaster. I actually enjoyed the Pepsi Ripsaw. :)
Mall of America as a whole just plain rules. It puts any other mall to shame (duh), and it just dosn't feel right when I go to any other mall since I've been to the MoA. ;)
http://sfwoa.coasterbuzz.com *** This post was edited by Mr. Villain on 12/7/2001. ***
And yes, the mall has two coasters. Ripsaw and Lil Shaver.
Just wait till next year!
Mr Villain said: Does anyone know of that dark ride that you have a gun and shoot at targets? You and your friends could make bets on who's going to win and what. And yes, they do have two coasters, but one of them is a small kiddie coaster. I actually enjoyed the Pepsi Ripsaw.
Ghost Blasters is a pretty standard-issue model of the Sally dark ride...it's okay if you're a better shot than me and CBaby.
And have you seen coaster #2? Never mind the S:TE controversy--something's gotta disqualify the thing as a coaster. Really. I don't think gravity has any real influence on the ride. There. That oughtta do it.
Even with the Cub foods discount, a 'kiddie' season pass costs as much as I paid for my adult VF pass with CF reciprocity.
KCS-MOA is good for a desperate weeknight in Feburary--(especially during the former 2-for-1 Tuesdays) but a stopover after school is more than enough to wear the park out.
I think they're targeting the typical yuppie and their spoiled 3 year-olds...something for Dad and the kids while Mom hits Abercrombie and Fitch. This 'deal' scares off anyone who likes to count their money...
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