There is no offer as of yet for cedar point.(don't hold your breath).
Looks like the season pass sales have been slow this year. Here is what they are offering...
"NEW! SPECIAL HALLOWEEN HAUNT OFFER - Purchase your 2008 Season Pass NOW and receive one free visit to the 2007 Halloween Haunt at ValleySCARE. Simply show your 2008 Valleyfair Season Pass certificate or 2008 Cedar Fair Platinum Pass certificate at the Season Pass entrance turnstiles and receive one complimentary admission pass to the 2007 Halloween Haunt at ValleySCARE. This offer is valid on October 14, 19-21 & 26-31, 2007. Limit one complimentary admission per Season Pass certificate."
This offer is also being sold at most of the "paramount" parks. *** Edited 10/17/2007 8:19:04 PM UTC by crazy horse***
Charles Nungester said: Oh now PKI is throwing Free parking into the mix with purchase.
This whole CF system is a fiasco right now IMHO
As I recall, KI has included free parking as a pre-season perk for several years. I understand the frustration of buying Platinum for the parking, but the price difference was more than a parking pass. No more of a fiasco than any other year, CF, PP, or even KECO.
On the part of whom? LOL You of course. The person who decides what is funny and what isn't. What is relevant and what isn't. What is a fact and what is a rumor. Who is Ok and who is sad. How much more elite can you get?
Oh by the way, make it five people because I thought it was funny and clever and since you know little or nothing about me I doubt you included me in the original three or four. Geez maybe there are even more people who thought it was funny. One never knows.
Given that we've seen this all over the chain, I get the strong impression that this is coming from the top, and if that's the case, it just reinforces my belief that it's time for leadership change. At the top.
And seriously, if you don't like how I moderate, stop coming here. I'm tired of Geauga Lake jabs in every thread. It grows tiresome.
I wonder if 2008 passes really are selling well. You talk about the great deal, and it is a great deal, but the extra incentive for buying early is pretty minimal. On a Platinum Pass it is $10 and a Jacket that you may or may not get (KI is not getting jackets until October 28, so many people will need to make a trip in the spring to get their jacket).
I think this deal is not about getting more people into CF parks this fall. It is convincing more of those record crowds to get a pass now instead of waiting until the spring to possibly buy a pass. *** Edited 10/19/2007 8:41:34 PM UTC by Johde***
Does any one else thing that a day at Holday World, Kennywood or Knoebels can be more enjoyable than one at Cedar Point? I mean, I love CP's coasters and rides, but its just not what I call a "nice" day. The ride experiences themselves, for the 90 seconds to 2 mins that they last, are excellent, but the day as a whole just doesnt leave me feeling like I was able to just get away from the hustle and bustle of reality...it makes me feel like there was MORE hustle and bustle. At CP, everything has to be so planned. You gotta get up early and go to the park. You gotta worry about ERTs and what coaster to ride first or which side of the park you have to start on and then you have to really rush around to get everything but, problem is, thousands of other people have the same idea. At the traditional parks, nothing requires much planning. You can stroll into Kennywood at noon and get everything in. You can take a slow walk from the Twister to Phoenix and enjoy the trees and maybe even stop off for something to eat at Knoebel's and NOT have to worry constantly about lines or if you'll get everything in, for example. My point is, while CPs ride are incredible, and the park really is great, I enjoy myself so much more at those afore mentioned parks.