*** This post was edited by shutupandride on 4/3/2002. ***
"Enjoy your record-breaking ride on Millennium Force"
Unless PKI has a Getaway Guide, all I got was a standard park brochure. I think all parks have brochures that they will gladly mail out to you. You can usually request one online from the park's website or call them for it.
But something like Cedar's Getaway Guide -- a ton of pages thick with tons of coupons -- is something I haven't seen anyone else do.
The Getaway Guide is a sign that coaster season is just around the corner. To answer the original poster, while I have gotten tons of brochures via request to parks, the Getaway Guide stands alone as being one of the most impressive park promotional pieces.
Speaking of which, have the 2002 Getaway Guides started hitting mailboxes yet? (I'm curious as to what this year's discount offer is on a two-day ticket)
(For those who don't have a Getaway Guide I beleive the automated request line is still 1-800-BEST-FUN)
I received the 2002 Getaway Guide the other day.
As far as other parks, I received a booklet from SFWoA last year but most of the stuff in it were ads and crap. Nothing like CP's. I forget how I got it. Might have come with the stuff from calling 1-800-BUCKEYE.
Has anyone noticed the whole two day ticket thing has apparently changed.
Correct me if I have a foggy memory on CP ticket schemes, but I vaguely recall that before you had Ride and Ride Again, Ride and Slide and Ride and Slide Gold.
Ride and Ride Again was two days of CP, Ride and Slide was a day at CP and a day at Soak City, Ride and Slide Gold was two days with both CP and SC included.
It appears that now there is only one style two day ticket on offer, and it allows two days admission to both CP and SC for $60. Maybe they think the discount is already incorporated into this new ticketing scheme.
I can't think of a good signature.
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