Renewing your season pass virtually @ SFA

Monday, November 4, 2002 12:42 PM
SFA sent an email out to everyone saying that you can renew your season pass online and keep your current card. They then send you a new barcode sticker to place over your current one. I for one am not that happy about this years picture, but hey, if it saves me an hour wait in line, it might be worthwhile. Are any other Six Flags parks doing this?
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Monday, November 4, 2002 12:50 PM
SFGadv Is doing it also. I think it's a corporate program.
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Monday, November 4, 2002 12:56 PM

Intamin Fan,

You could do like I did this year, show up on the coldest, rainest day in April and there will not be any line. I walked in and out in 15 minutes.

Just a suggestion.

BTW, my wife isn't pleased with her picture, but then again. What girl is ever pleased with her picture?

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Monday, November 4, 2002 1:05 PM

The other tip that I have found for season pass validation is to avoid going to the season pass office when you enter the park unless you are the first one in for the day. Usually you can go in the afternoon after the rush is over and there will be very little line.

Does anyone know if you can buy season parking passes when you do the virtual renewal? With today's parking rates they are an essential if you visit your home park 10-15 times per year. (Unless your home park is SFKK with the $3 parking courtesy of the state fairgrounds.)

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Monday, November 4, 2002 1:59 PM
SFA actually put their season passes on sale during weekends in March last year. I was the only one there! But, if I can't get there until later in the season it would be a timesaver.
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Dude, you're getting an Intamin!
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Monday, November 4, 2002 2:06 PM

Jim Fisher said:

The other tip that I have found for season pass validation is to avoid going to the season pass office when you enter the park unless you are the first one in for the day. Usually you can go in the afternoon after the rush is over and there will be very little line.

Does anyone know if you can buy season parking passes when you do the virtual renewal? With today's parking rates they are an essential if you visit your home park 10-15 times per year. (Unless your home park is SFKK with the $3 parking courtesy of the state fairgrounds.)



I didn't see the parking pass for sale on the internet. If you want to see what's for sale and prices all you have to do is act liking your renewing and just close the window out before you tell it to buy. That way you don't commit.

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Monday, November 4, 2002 3:15 PM

Six Flags SEEMS to be doing this chain-wide -- SFWoA is available as well. I started to order the renewal last night, and got as far as the "Payment" screen. At that point, it was prompting me to enter a credit card onto an unsecure form. Um, no...

I'll try again on some later date and see if they've straightened up their act. If not, I'll try calling to see if I can renew that way. No WAY am I submitting a credit card number on an open form link.

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Monday, November 4, 2002 5:41 PM

I plan on reewing my season pass for 203 the same way I did for 2002,via snail mail,sure it may be slow but it still works fine.

I already picked up a form over at guest relations this weekend so all I gotta do is fill it out & mail it in,I should get my voucher within two weeks of processing the order & then to avoid the lines just go in early to get my photo taken & then I'll be all set.

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Monday, November 4, 2002 5:43 PM
intaminfan yes sixflags in gurnee is doing the same thing to renew 2003 season pass
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Tuesday, November 5, 2002 4:57 AM
do you need to put in your old pass number ??? can you just order a pass for any park get the bar code sticker on your pass. would they be able to tell?????

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Tuesday, November 5, 2002 8:37 AM

fancyblue said:
intaminfan yes sixflags in gurnee is doing the same thing to renew 2003 season pass


Do you know this as fact? We've had season passes from SFGAm for two years and have not received anything about this for next year. It might be nice.

However, we haven't had a problem processing our passes before because we go to the pre-processing days they have in April. They do this before the park is open for the season and they have evening hours. This year it literally took us longer to walk from our car into the park then the actually processing took. It was great.

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Tuesday, November 5, 2002 9:12 AM
From the looks of things I'd call it a safe bet to say that all the SF parks are offering the same online renewal system.
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