Tuesday, September 28, 2004 9:25 AM
Has been announced (at least the early bird price) http://sixflags.com/parks/greatamerica/ticketInfo/
If you get them before Halloween, the combo pass is $139.99 (or $129.99 if you get a four-pack).
The individual park passes are $82.99 for either the water park or GAm.
Also, if you purchase (AND process) your COMBO pass by the end of Fright Fest, you get these special offersBring-a-friend-for-free to Six Flags Great America or Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Chicago anytime through June 30th, 2005!
Be automatically entered to win a Six Flags Hurricane Harbor prize pack valued over $200.00.
*** Edited 9/28/2004 3:40:04 PM UTC by redman822***
Tuesday, September 28, 2004 10:27 AM
I believe that that's more money per single pass than last year. I thought it was around $72 if you bought it early. I think the pricing now confirms that on our trip to PKI next summer, we'll make the stop at Wyandot Lake for the cheap SF season pass and the extra credit.
Tuesday, September 28, 2004 11:37 AM
^^and people wonder why Six Flags has debt. I am not saying this is the only cause but every $30 counts... *** Edited 9/28/2004 3:40:16 PM UTC by redman822***
Tuesday, September 28, 2004 11:42 AM
There is also a cap on the number of waterpark season passes to be sold so buy early.
Thursday, September 30, 2004 1:18 AM
I find it amazing that they charge the same for the theme park and the water park season pass. I would think that the water park would be less do to the limited hours and dates of availibility.
It seems that they put more value on the water park because it is only valid for the Chicago water park. Yet a theme park pass can be used at any of the other Six Flags Theme Parks.
I guess maybe it is my love for rollercoasters but I would put a lot more value on the theme parks, than the water park. But then again who knows right now what the capacity is going to be for the water park, probably a fraction of the 60 thousand that the theme park can hold.
Thursday, September 30, 2004 1:50 AM
There's no way SFGAm could handle 60,000 people. The very maximum would probably be around 40,000, and that's seriously pushing it.
*** Edited 9/30/2004 5:51:02 AM UTC by coasterdude318***
Thursday, September 30, 2004 10:32 AM
^Close, there have been +45,000 days before during Fright Fest and last week of Read To Succeed. But you're right, definitely not 60,000!
Joe "Now *those* were hell to work!" C.