Indiana Beach now offering season passes for first time.

My favorite MJ tune: "Billie Jean" which I have been listening to alot now. RIP MJ.

crazy horse's avatar

This is great for all 25 people that live in the area ;)

what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard.
Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it.
I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul.

They will get season pass business from Indianapolis and Chicago areas.

My favorite MJ tune: "Billie Jean" which I have been listening to alot now. RIP MJ.

I live west of Chicago.It's A good 3 hour drive from the park and I'm considering this. That's a steal if you get the four pack for 49 bucks each. Such a bargain for a great park.

WildStangAlex's avatar

Such a great bargain, and it still offers free parking!

"We must let go of the life we have planned, so as to accept the one that is waiting for us."
-Joseph Campbell

So if I live in the Chicago area I can buy an Indiana Beach Season Pass for $99.99 ($49.99 assuming I have friends), or I can get a Six Flags Great America Season Pass for $64.99? Hmmmm which should I go for?

On one hand the Indiana Beach Season Pass comes with that $100.00 savings book, on the other hand Six Flags Great America Season Pass comes with a $400 Savings book, and access to all Six Flags Theme Parks.

It is difficult to find the better value, I guess I will have to compare the attractions at each location to find what suits me best.

Get both :)

Brandon James
Cedar Point Employee 2006-2009

Jason Hammond's avatar

IntaminHater, you also have to take into account $15 parking at Six Flags vs. free at Indiana Beach.

884 Coasters, 34 States, 7 Countries My YouTube

Lord Gonchar's avatar

Or you can just get a parking pass and flip the price advantage to IB's favor.

It sure feels like SF still gives those passes away.

Last edited by Lord Gonchar,
Jason Hammond's avatar

^Absolutely agree. Though since my pass is with Kentucky Kingdom, I can't get a parking pass. So the cheap Season pass is counteracted by the $15 bill on every visit to a different park.

884 Coasters, 34 States, 7 Countries My YouTube

D_vo's avatar

The season pass is nice, but with the CoasterBuzz Club discount (half-off a POP ticket) at Indiana Beach, I don't see the point. I'd get the Six Flags pass and just pay $15 per day at Indiana Beach. :)

I call Cedar Point my home park even though I live in the Chicago Suburbs.

Valleyfair Enthusiast's avatar

Jason, I too purchased my SF season pass from Kentucky Kingdom, but they let me tack on a parking pass at Great America.

Chance W Mitchell
2009: 43 parks; 73 days; 251 coasters; 2462 coaster laps; 1 epic summer


rollergator's avatar

I thought you could pick up a parking pass at any SF park (pretty sure I added on parking at SFoG one year).

You must be logged in to post

POP Forums - ©2024, POP World Media, LLC