Hey everyone, I will be purchasing a season pass for Six Flags St. Louis as soon as shnucks starts to sell them, and I was wondering what kind of coupons you get with the coupon book? Thanks for the help!
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Six Flags Season Passes have been on sale online for quite some time now. The coupon books have food, game and merchandise discounts as well as coupons to bring a friend for free and for 1/2 price on specific dates.
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My coupon book for SFKK last year consisted of, among other things:
3 for the price of 2 skycoaster flight, 15% discount on food, other various food coupons, merchandise and midway game discounts, 2 for the price of 1 Turbo Bungy....that's the bulk of it. I wish they included a Slingshot coupon, as it's pretty hefty to ride without one.
Edit: Oh yes, quite a few coupons to bring a friend free on a specified date, or half price with about a week-long window.
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I'm trying to decide whether to buy a Six Flags season's pass now as I'm not sure I'll make it to to anywhere but SFOG. I will be driving by SFKK (but unsure if I'll ride) and could at least buy the pass there, but I may be before going to SFOG first anyway, so I'd need to order it for there, correct? You must visit the park you order it for, before any other parks, right? Anyway, the SFKK season's passes are $46.99 until 4/12/03, and SFOG's are $49.99 (only $8 more than 1 day ticket) until 4/13/03. My question is how much are they after that if I decide to wait and buy it at the park later, instead of ordering it now?
For Marine World they gave us a nifty calendar with coupons: 4 for bring a friend for free, and about 10 for bring a friend for half off. There were also coupons for Magic mountain, free elephant rides and Mother's/Father's Day.
I also have a season pass question. I recently bought my pass, but have not yet proccessed it. My friend told me that it was only valid for one of 3 "sessions", but I thought the pass was valid all year. Could someone please clear this up for me? Thanks in advance. ------------------ Go Dawgs! Sic 'em! WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF WOOF!
I tried several times last night (4/12) to order a pass online through sixflags.com, but their site was too slow and it wouldn't go through. Wonder if they'd still honor the lower price since their servers obviously couldn't handle the load? However it said shipping was gonna be $8. Even if you don't get the lower price they had, if it's now $10 more, but you buy it at the park, won't it only be $2 more since you don't pay shipping, or do they tack on tax?
It's my understanding that gate pricing is usually higher than online and or local grocery store pricing. SFKK web site states that current pricing is at $49.99 (no tax) online. This isn't neccessarily the most attractive offer because it requires some wait and then additional shipping costs.
Gate price is $59.99(no tax).
In my opinion, Kroger stores are the best all around at $49.99(no tax).
SFDL Guy - I just purchased my season pass last week from Schnucks in central Illinois (for SFStL) for $50.67. The price might be a little more in your area, but check with your store.
When you get your pass processed, you will get a calendar with their operating days and coupons on the bottom. They are various coupons, friends free days, friends 1/2 off, some game and food stuff. Unfornately, it was calendar sized and I misplaced it somewhere in the park (it can't fit in a pocket).
Season pass processing for SFStL is next to Xcalibur (the new ride). I had a little trouble and some staff members did not quite know. Not being at the park in over 5-6 years did not help.