KBF season pass help

Sunday, January 12, 2003 6:51 PM
I'm getting to go on a brief business trip to SoCal at the end of this week and have arranged a half day to hit KBF. I'd like to purchase a season pass that I can use at CP this summer and possibly MiA. But I was pretty amazed that it was about $110 for a season pass. Now it will pay for itself with that one visit to KBF and just two trips up to the penninsula this summer, but are there any discounts, coupons, etc... that are easy to acquire for someone with little time to spare? Any help will be appreciated.

Also, I am quite aware that the season passes are good at all the Cedar Fair parks, but if I buy one this week at KBF will it be good this summer at CP? All reasonable analysis would lead me to not even ask this question, but I just want to double check. Heck, I'll even triple check when I'm at the park.

Can't wait to try out Xcellerator, if it's open. It'll be nice to see what's in store for this summer at CP.

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Sunday, January 12, 2003 7:05 PM

Here is a great deal to get you into Knott's for a great price.

http://www.knotts.com/hot/index.shtml

If you bring one can of non-perishable food, you get into the park for just 12.95! This benefits the Orange County food bank.

Thirteen bucks for a day at the park? That is a DARN good deal!

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Sunday, January 12, 2003 7:20 PM

Yeah, buying that canned food ticket, and then a Season pass at CP will save you 7 bucks, and a lot of time. The line at the info office at knotts is long in december and january, when people buy, and then activate their christmas presents that had DEEP discounts ($60) in december. If you end up coming back next winter to knotts, you can use your 2003 CP pass, which is really valid like May 1st to April 31st or something like that.

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Sunday, January 12, 2003 7:56 PM
Thanks for the info. I think I'll definately go with the non-perishable food option. That is a great deal. KBF, here I come.
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Monday, January 13, 2003 7:13 AM

If you have a 2002 Cedar Fair pass from a seasonal park it's still valid.

Not sure how it'd work at Knott's if you bought one now being as they're open all year. The info I found says:

"All passes issued at seasonal parks are valid from May 1 of the year of issuance to April 30 of the following year"

I plan on using my 2002 Dorney pass at Knott's.

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*** This post was edited by Lord Gonchar on 1/13/2003. ***

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Monday, January 13, 2003 1:47 PM
^I can vouch for that.
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Monday, January 13, 2003 2:26 PM
Let me ask this... I just got my season pass for 2003 CP, can I use it at KBF in April this year? Thats kinda why I bought it early...

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Monday, January 13, 2003 2:32 PM

I would think so, yes. If you're not sure, call the park!

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Tuesday, January 14, 2003 3:34 PM

Actually, I'm 90% sure you cannot. A 2003 season pass is valid from May 1st, 2003 to April 30th 2004. But like Mammosh said, call the park! They'll be able to answer it for you. Either call at 714-220-5200 and press 0 for the operator, or better yet e-mail them at guestcomments@knotts.com. They're very quick to respond, next business day always. They'll provide a more informed answer for you too.

EDIT: But if you have a 2002 CP pass, yes, most definately. Is your 2003 pass even activated or whatever yet?

*** This post was edited by Speedy on 1/14/2003. ***

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Friday, January 17, 2003 3:04 PM
Well, the pass sale was extended, but you already went. What did you choose to do?
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Saturday, January 18, 2003 4:40 AM
Nah its not activated. I just got the certificate in the mail. I searched the Websites looking for a clause like SF has about proccessing the pass where it was bought but didnt see anything, did I miss it? I guess it's not a huge deal either way as I was only gonna spend a day at KBF then the rest of the week at SFMM. So if I have to buy a ticket, oh well... I'll email them though to find out for sure. Thanks for the leads....

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