Coastermania, can I bring a guest?

Wednesday, March 6, 2002 10:13 AM
Being a member of Coasterbuzz I am planning on attending Coastermania this year at CP. Being that I can find very little information on this event I was wondering if I was allowed to bring a non coaster club member with me for this event? Anyone know?

Thanks

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Planned Parks for this summer: CP, SFWoA, SFGAm, SFKK, PKI, MA, SFStL, HP, KW, SFMM, KBF. Is 11 enough?

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Wednesday, March 6, 2002 10:24 AM

Yes, Cedar Point will allow each card-carrying member of a club (ACE, CoasterBuzz, ECC, etc.) to bring one guest with them.

Last year it was 3 guests. I'm guessing the main reason for the change is to try to cut down on the crowds a bit.

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"The collective women in your life have more baggage than a Samsonite factory..."
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Thursday, March 7, 2002 3:43 PM
Does this vary by park, club, or both? I'm a member, but not my wife. Would she be left out of ERT, foodstuffs, etc. at events like this or the PKI one?

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"When I was growing up, we were taught something called manners. You'd understand that if you weren't such an idiot." - Jack Handey

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Thursday, March 7, 2002 4:02 PM
kpjb, It does not vary by club as it is a "park-event". If you bring your wife as your guest, she will recieve all the benefits(ERT, food, etc.) as you would.

- Andrew Hyde
http://www.experiencethepoint.com

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Thursday, March 7, 2002 4:13 PM
It varies by group and event. For CoasterMania, since that's a park-driven event as opposed to a single club's event, Cedar Point sets the policy. In this case, each club member can bring one guest, for the same cost as the club member pays.

For most ACE events, nonmembers are welcome to attend but pay a higher admission (which, I believe, is what Jeff is indending for the CoasterBuzz Con at PKI)

Either way, if you're there as "part of the event", event attendees get full access to the food, ERTs, and whatever else is involved in the event.

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--Greg
"The collective women in your life have more baggage than a Samsonite factory..."
My page

*** This post was edited by GregLeg on 3/7/2002. ***

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Friday, March 8, 2002 4:03 PM

Thanks, Greg. Still not sure if I'll be able to go. One of the downsides to working in the industry is a lack of summer free time.

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"When I was growing up, we were taught something called manners. You'd understand that if you weren't such an idiot." - Jack Handey

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Friday, March 8, 2002 8:46 PM
....but non-members are forced to sit in the "kiddie holding pen" by the Beast station for the first ride of all events at PKI...j/k, I always thought it looked like jail for bad kids though...
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