I am planning on visiting Cedar Point for 3 straight days this summer. What is the cheapest way for me to get into the park all three days. Anyone from the CP area who knows a lot about what to buy. I have checked the website and it left me with more questions then answers. Any help would be much appreciated. THANKS ------------------ If you haven't rode Raging Bull in the back row you haven't lived. The feeling on that first drop cannot be explained in words!
I'm not quite sure what you mean....cheapest way to get into the park? I suppsoe that would be hopping the fence, but I would reccomend tickets.
If you're asking what the cheapest way to get tickets is, you might want a two-day pass (I don't think they have 3 day apsses) plus an extra day. Most area hotels and stuff offer coupons.
If I was going for three days, I'd just get a season pass. Might be cheaper!
Joe cool will get you in a half hour early with 2 coasters open. Resort guests get that too.
------------------ - "I used to be in the audio/visual club, but I was kicked out because of my views on Vietnam........and I was stealing projectors" - Homer Simpson *** This post was edited by Peabody 2/24/2003 11:22:42 PM ***
well, when i went there last summer i went for the ride & slide which covers 2 days to both parks for $60, but i think the price has gone up this year. on that third day though you'd probably just buy a normal one day pass. i would go straight for the season pass though. that would be spending $100 i believe compared to about $110.
Does the Joe Cool Club give you shorter waits for rides like the fast pass at SF? ------------------ If you haven't rode Raging Bull in the back row you haven't lived. The feeling on that first drop cannot be explained in words!
I dont know where you live but guessing by your footer you live in Chicago or around there. Go to another Cedarfair park and buy a season pass there, not only will you get another day at a park but a season pass there is usually only a little over the price of a two day pass at Cedar Point.
------------------ I don't care what anyone says, Magnum is better then Millenium Force.
What me and wife are looking at, is one of CP Resorts package deals. The one we are looking at is this...
Two nights accommodations Two one-day Cedar Point tickets, Two Starlight Cedar Point tickets, $30 Cedar Point Munch Money, 10% Discount Card at some restaraunts, Four Soak City Coupons (buy-one-get-one-free), and Four Challenge Park tickets.
This one is $490, and is at Hotel Breakers
there is one at Breakers Express, that is a bit diffrent.
Two nights accommodations, Twone-day Cedar Point Tickets, 8 Express Breakfast coupons, Parking Voucher, Two Starlight Cedar Point Tickets, 10% Discount at some restaurants, and 4 Soak City Coupons (buy-one, get one free).
and it is $320, both pretty good deals. If you buy a Season pass and stay in some crap hotel around you'll probally pay close to the same, without the extra perks. Since I live in Tennesee buying a season pass is pointless for me, so a resort package works well.
Plus the ERT without the $15 for Joe Cool. *** This post was edited by Herald Vanyel 2/25/2003 12:48:37 AM ***
Wait until the park opens. Walk back to the Sandcastle Hotel and stand near the bottom of Magnum's pretzle turnaround. Wait for Maggie's train to come by and hop on it! Hold on tight until you arrive back at the station and exit (casually). Presto! You got inside the park for FREE! lol