What season passes are you getting and for what park(s) will you be buying them from(getting them for)?
I'm getting passes at PKI, because we live about 20 min. away and will go a lot through the season. Plus, we might get a chance to go to PKD for HXLC. We'll also probobly get SFWoA passes for there and SFKK. Great value. We'll also make trips this summer to the big parks in Florida(WDW, IOA, BGT, SWF) and CP. No passes though. Maybe make a visit to Dollywood too.
------------- "You think ya got enough o' dem parks 'n coasters 'ere in Ohier?"
I guess they thought all enthusiasts would be "enthusiastic" to get at least one season pass since you like to visit lots of parks. I don't know. Sorry. :( ------------- "You think ya got enough o' dem parks 'n coasters 'ere in Ohier?"
I'm not planning to buy any passes this year. All the parks we plan to go to are owned by different chains. The one we live closest to, Great America, we bought passes for the past two years but this year, well, we've had enough Six Flags-ness.
A visit, maybe two, to Great America is all we'll be doing.
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I'll be getting a CP pass for the 13th year in a row, and also for the first time, I will have a SFO (er, I mean SFWoA) pass which I will also use in my trip to SFGAm. I will probably hit PKI and Kennywood, also, but no passes there
So far I have the Dorney and Hershey pass vouchers. will get the passes soon. :) When we go Cali. I'll pick up my other two one at SFMW and the other at PGA. Nothing beats getting season passes at parks all the way on the other side of the country from wher you live. :) ------------- 2000 stats: 135 coasters in 26 parks Not Too Shabby For A Summer
yeah i'm going to get passes for pkd, sfgreatadv, dorney, hershey, bgw, i am going to need them all for the ultimate roller trip 14 parks in 14 days hey if anybody knows if certain parks have ride reservastions like sfgreat
coastergenius said: "Come on, be serius how could you be a coaster enthusiest and actually contain 0 zero season passes."
I was a coaster enthusiast for over ten years before I ever even considered buying a season pass. I only bought the SFA pass last year cause it was so cheap and I was sure that I was going to go twice (twice turned into twenty something, but I digress). It is quite easy to be an enthusiast and NOT visit parks every waking minute! lata, jeremy
Autually, this is the first year I'm getting a pass. I live practically next to Dorney Park, yet only visit about 5 times a year with the $12.50 night admission thingy. When I heard about Talon and I have two friends who can drive I had to spring for the season pass. I am a coaster lover, but I do not get to many parks because most of the people in my family do not share my love of coasters. This is what my 2000 summer looked like...
5 trips Dorney (night) 2 trips to Hershey 1 trip to BGW 1 trip to SFGAdv
Wow, what a lousy summer! I will do better for 2001!
coastergenius said: "Come on, be serius how could you be a coaster enthusiest and actually contain 0 zero season passes.
Don't forget alot of Buzzers are teenagers, who don't have cars or live close to a park, so they only get to visit a park with their parents or friends so it wouldn't make much sense for these people to get a pass
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*** This post was edited by geicu on 2/6/2001. ***
I already have my 2001 Paramount Pass. I am still considering getting a Six Flags Pass because I know I'm going to Six Flags Worlds of Adventure and Kentucky Kingdom, and Magic Mountain is a possibility. I have to figure out my plans for this summer before I get the Six Flags Pass.
I could be considered a coaster enthusiast and I will get no season passes. I live at least 3 hrs from any major park, and at minimum an hour and a half from a park the size of Indy beach or Fun spot. :(
Welp just Six Flags againe this year. I plan to make it up to SFO (I don't want to type out the new acronym) 10 times this year, as opposed to my 5 last year. I will visit Cedar Point 3 times this season but twice w/ different groups that get mucho dinero off the price anyway. Perhaps I should purchase anyway, for I may be visiting Dorney. --------- 2484.2 miles from Akron to Bremerton, WA- home of MxPx