Ouimet Says Virtual Queue Could Be Coming to Cedar Fair Parks

Lord Gonchar's avatar

This came from Pointbuzz. The article is here.

"Kings Island’s parent company continues to study potential new attractions, including a virtual pass that could hold a person’s place in line, the new president of Sandusky-based Cedar Fair Entertainment Co. said Wednesday while visiting the park here.

Ouimet, 53, gave no timetables, but said the company will “probably go there” regarding a virtual pass that could hold a person’s place in line until a predetermined time. He said announcements may be coming later this year about new attractions to the park, which will mark its 40th anniversary next year."

Hate to say I told you so...

...wait! No I don't. :)

Here's to Cedar Fair hopefully joining the rest of us in the year 2000.

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ApolloAndy's avatar

It's like printing money.


Hobbes: "What's the point of attaching a number to everything you do?"
Calvin: "If your numbers go up, it means you're having more fun."

To fee or not to fee is the question now for Cedar Fair, although it is probably a safe assumption that it will be fee-based.

Didn't Knott's briefly experiment with a pay-to-cut plan sometime in the past year or so?


"Thank the Phoneticians!"

Lord Gonchar's avatar

TimChat2 said:
Didn't Knott's briefly experiment with a pay-to-cut plan sometime in the past year or so?

Yes, but I don't believe it was reservation based as this article suggests.


Here's to Cedar Fair hopefully joining the rest of us in the year 2000.

Maybe they'll stop doing resort charges in triplicate, too.


Jeff's avatar

That sounds exciting... explain!


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