I'm pretty sure that most ormaybe some people have 1 for their home park. Not everyone visits parks 3 or 4 times that aren't really close to them or require a long drive unless you're a die hard coaster fan. That's my opinion.
The last 2 years I also had PKD in there. I was just barely breaking even on that one, though, and with the Con being there this summer I figured it wasn't worth getting at all. Now I'm probably not going to the Con after all -- go figure...
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Yeah they are the same card, but you have to pay for both parks which is why I counted them as two. CC and SDC are on the same card as well, but again you have to pay for both parks. (Confusing isn't it)
I have one for WOF, but have yet to get one for Adventureland and I live about 10 miles from it when I'm not at college. Last year was the first year Adventureland offered season passes. They want $65-$75 depending on when you get it. And a WOF pass is only $59. I didn't get a pass for Adventureland last year, but maybe this year. ------------------ -Matt in Iowa 195 coasters ridden -- Faves: Shivering Timbers, Ghostrider, Twister, Hershey Wildcat, Lightning Racer
I've got my trio for the year: Paramount, Six Flags, and Cedar Fair. Ironically, I got my SF and Paramount passes at parks that arn't even close to me. I got my paramount pass at carowinds (I'm closest to PKD) and my SF at SFoG (closest to SFA). It just so happened that I visited those parks and didn't feel like shelling out another $40-50 when I was going to get the season pass eventually anyway.
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