Thursday, March 8, 2007 7:58 PM
Ok, the family will be taking our annual vacation this summer with a twist. Instead of going to Sesame Place, we are going to go to Dorney for a couple of days. Now, this won't happen until mid-July, but we will not be going to any CF parks prior to this trip. I went to Dorney's web site and they appear to be the only CF park with no listing for Maxx Passes, just a phone #. My question is this, I would like to purchase 2 adult and 2 junior Maxx Passes while I am there, which will be used again during Halloweekends at CP, and more than likely a few times at GL as well. Does anyone know what the heck their prices are, and will they actually allow someone from smack dab in the middle of their $125.00 Max Pass market to buy them?
Tom, who is desperate to have his first season pass of any kind since 1999, and a kid who's gonna hit 48" this year, woohoo!!
Thursday, March 8, 2007 11:34 PM
Try calling the park. You'll get a more reliable answer than from here.
Friday, March 9, 2007 12:12 AM
I think you can buy them regardless of where you live. At the end of the 2006 season for the 2007 season, it was $91 for Dorney only, $10 more for the Maxx Pass. By mid July it will be $100 for Dorney only (unless prices went up this year) and if it's $10 more for the Max pass than $110. *** Edited 3/9/2007 5:12:40 AM UTC by YoshiFan***
Friday, March 9, 2007 8:13 AM
Dorney's Maxx pass is a $10 upcharge on a Dorney Pass There will be a small savings if you order them before May 4th.
You can also check the following link for current pricing. http://www.dorneypark.com/_upload/dp07008sporderformwebpreseason.pdf