Morey’s Piers hosts "Coastin’ By The Ocean"…..
An exclusive event for Amusement Ride Enthusiasts!
July 7-8, 2007
Your two-day weekend includes:
And, of course we invite you to be a part of our Focus Group…
We’re studying the construction of a roller coaster that would span two Piers! Will and Jack Morey invite coaster enthusiast to help! Tell us what you think, and have a great weekend with lots of exclusive events for you!
For more information and to register for this event go to: https://store.moreyspiers.com/Coaster
Apparently, any valid enthusiast club card carrying member can do this for $39. Wow!
I must really be out of it, because when did they change the name of the piers?
I might have to change the plans. My family will understand. My parents were just down at WW last week for 5 days, and said it was great as always, and they don't ride. ;)
-Why is Wicked Twister closed?
I'm actually going there (or planning on it, anyway) in a couple of weeks. Is there anywhere to get coupons for wristbands at all? Or no? Just wondering...
Haha no I'm not giving Patrick the finger
I always go on Tuesday for their special on Tuesday's. Last year it was $19 for a wristband (rides only) but it expired at 6 p.m. (in 2005 it was $15). I think it's $19 again this year. They have the same deal on Friday for $30 that includes the waterpark as well.
It's a fun park and I like how during they day lines are minimal (5 Great White rides in 25 minutes last year) but I wish prices were lower. $43 for a wristband and almost $7 for a single coaster ride seems like a lot (and I won't even comment on the $325 season pass). *** Edited 7/7/2007 8:27:21 PM UTC by YoshiFan***
Did I mention I'm a believer in the Gonch business model? (Well, his wife's, to be honest). If Morey's was in the middle of IN/MO/KS, then there's no way they couldn't charge those prices....BTW, love the *tax* on the younger crowd... :)
This event is going to ROCK....wish I could be there...
*** Edited 7/8/2007 12:00:32 AM UTC by rollergator***
As for the higher prices for those under 25, I understand a pass has more value those under that age but if it's to keep it from being a teenage hangout, I think they should have said under 21. I'm in the under 25 group and don't like having to pay $75 more if I ever were to get a pass. If you go on a normal operating day, you have to go over 8 times for the pass to pay for itself which seems like a lot.
I think $150 - $200 for a season pass would be reasonable. Expensive enough to keep some people away but not ridiculously expensive (especially compared to every other season pass offered in the country except for Disney) *** Edited 7/8/2007 2:42:17 AM UTC by YoshiFan***
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