Do they have a program where if we really like the park we can upgrade our tickets for the day to season passes? If so, do they apply the full $39.99? Also what coasters if any are open if it rains? Are there any movie theaters or malls nearby?
*** This post was edited by Marko 6/8/2003 12:58:45 AM ***
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Gurnee Mills is one of the largest malls in America and it is right down the road from Six Flags. I'm not sure about the movie theater situation but I do believe there is a large one within the mall(also a Imax???)
Coasters in the rain.... Well, if its not bad rain and there isn't lightining then they will run all of them. I have been there before when they run RB and B:TR but close the front row. Don't know about other rides. Sorry. Hope that helps..
I don't think they have that program, upgrading your ticket to a season pass. And if they do, I've never heard of it before.
*** This post was edited by Binks Drake 6/8/2003 10:27:37 AM ***
What I found most intersting is that you are able to purchase the upgrade to a season's pass for $54.99 no matter what you paid for admission. IE even if you were free (with a bring a freind for free day accompanying a pass holder) or half off with a bring a freind for half off coupon or even if you paid $25.00 to get in the park with a hotel coupon.
For the last several years my kids have gotten a coupon for 1 free admission to any six flags park between June 15th - August 1st or something like that. They do it in conjunction with the schools to encourage the kids to read more. I figure next year I could save on a SFGAm season's pass by using that coupon and doing an in park upgrade to a season's pass for them. Just a thought.
Figure $32 for one-day at SFGAM (have $8 off coupons) and a $10 next-day MVP, plus $32 for SFWoA (if we can find discount passes at Wendy's in OH tho), so it would only be $10-12 more for a season pass. Now the real deal would be to use the $8 off on a SFGAM one-day admission, apply that ticket toward a $55 pass *and* be able to use another $10-off coupon I have for season passes. Doubt that will work but we'll definitely ask.
The other reason a SF season pass is appealing is so I can renew next year at pre-season prices. Since we live beyond the 300-mile limit we're not allowed to purchase new passes online. But from what I can tell you can renew your previous-year season pass regardless of how far away you live from the park.
If you do buy a 6 flags pass I would suggest getting one for SFWOA as the pre season prices are much cheaper then those at SFGAM.
*** This post was edited by MagnumForce 6/9/2003 12:47:49 PM ***
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