I was looking at 2003 passports for Worlds of Fun. A single adult passport is $59 and can be used to gain access to WOF as well as any 5 "sister" CF park. A 2003 season passport at Cedar Point is $85 and is also accepted at any CF park.
Am I missing something? What's the catch? Why does CF charge $85 for a CP 2003 season pass that gets you the same access as a $59 WOF season pass?
Guess the only downside is if you'd rather pay $59 for a season of CP rather than $85 you'd have to make an early season trip to WOF first and get the passport processed.
BTW...2003 for VA is $80 and for MIA is $85 which are also CF parks. Anyway, just something I noticed
No catch...it's just that a season pass to WOF is cheaper because the park doesn't offer as much as CP does. Look at it as a deal if you live near WoF.
Someone suggested on another thread that we CP'ers should travel to WoF to get our passes because of the cost savings...but it would cost the difference in price for many of us to drive for 8-12 hours, not to mention parking passes are only good for the park you purchase your season pass at.
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Actually, WoF's website is wrong... If you get your WoF pass before the end of October it is only $49. I use my WoF pass more at CP than I do at WoF - but I live in St. Louis and can easily get to Kansas City to get my WoF pass processed. It is doubtful that people would make a special trip to K.C. from Cleveland just to save $40 on a pass...
Considering that probably 90% of the people who buy passes only use them at their home park, a season pass can only cost as much as the individual park is "worth", not the whole chain... (the same reason that a SFKK pass costs less than a SFMM pass.)
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*** This post was edited by Sawblade5 on 10/3/2002. ***
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