Let me preface this by saying that I work for an airline, so traveling to a park is not difficult for me. I used to have a Knott's Platinum Pass, but let it lapse in the past few years. I'd always love it because it was valid by calendar day, not year. I was browsing their site today and it appears that they no longer do this. Is this true????
They do the Platinum pass, but it is good from 11/1/2010 to 12/31/2011, if I am reading their site correctly.
I do know that when I visited Knott's in late December 2010, they accepted my Kings Island platinum pass, but I don't know if they took it as a 2010 pass or as a 2011 pass (as mine is both).
I had thought that Knott's passes were good from December 26-December 24, expiring on the one day of the year that the park is actually closed.
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I originally had one last year. I bought in in January, and I'm pretty sure it was only good through the end of 2010. But I ended up having to trade it in for a Cedar Point pass since the Knott's one didn't scan up there... *SIGH*
I call Cedar Point my home park even though I live in the Chicago Suburbs.
In the past, I would fly out there in April or May, get the Platinum Pass, and then it was good til that day the next year. Apparently they are not doing that anymore. Guess I won't buy it out there since that's not an advantage.
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