I looked on the CP website and didn't see anything, so I was wondering if CP still had the handstamp "fast pass" system. I know they had it a few years ago, but I haven't heard anything about it recently. I know it was well known then, so i thought they may just leave it off their website.
I read on an un-official site that SFGA had the paper fast pass system. Do they still have it, or did the new management get rid of that?
I didn't think GL had anything, but I was just wondering
fatmanoncounch: What do you think is the best B&M. I like the Tenesee Tornado at dollywood.
Is it really worth it for Great America? That is $3 per ride which is about what you pay at a local fair or carnival (in Ohio anyway). I have experience with crowds at CP, GL, and KI. Which of those does SFGam match the best? High, low, or somewhere in-between. As you may or may not know, I am planning to go there next month. Besides the big debate on if the fastpass is a good idea, is it worth it at this particular park?
I thought it was $15 for 4 rides? Those dirty looks aren't any different than the ones you get using Flashpass(or Q Bot, whatever they're calling it now). I like the $15 dollar thing more. If you're at a larger park that can cut your wait time down a bit allowing you to get on everything and not feel so rushed. I know we spent $45 bucks using it on Raging Bull alone a few years back. ;)
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^You get at Midway America (conviently located on the way to the SW Territory and Raging Bull/Viper) Weds are usually the worst weekday to go because its AAA discount day so it would probably be worth the money. There will be a line at opening to get them, you wont be able to miss it.
2020 Trips: WDW, Dollywood, CP, KI, Hershey, Dorney, SFGAdv, Canada’s Wonderland, BGW, Holiday World, SDC, Universal Orlando, Sea World Orlando