General admission: $41.99 (up $2 from last year)
Child and senior tickets remain the same: $29.99
Parking remains the same: $10.00
Disney 1 day ticket-$52
Somethings just not right here.
I work at hard rock hotel, so i get in for free, but its a rip off.
I saw this on the news the other day, and the analyst was talking about how theme park prices (in fla) are rising, because A, the economy has taken a turn for the better, B, people are financially more secure (for reasons as he said, from post terror fear savings), and C, fear has subdued somewhat for traveling, and locals, as well as tourists, are increasing in attendance. *** Edited 1/21/2004 12:50:55 AM UTC by Turbo***
I still remember purchasing a discount ticket from Dominick's in 1988 for $12.
Hey, Marine World is a few dollars more. Big deal.
Apart from the animals, Great America offers a whole lot more. I guess it is an indication of the high real estate/cost of living in the bay area.
Coaster Art Guy said:
But the buy 1 get one free season pass special is still at our Local Jewel/Osco Stores. $ 72 get you 2 season passes.
I just received and E-mail from SFGAM stating that pricing is $69.99 each if you buy 2, $81.99 for single pass purchases, and the pricing goes up after Jan 30th.
I still plan to go to SFKK in late March / early April for passes for the entire family. I expect to save over $100.00 and the best part is that I will get back on a coaster a month earlier than if I waited for SFGAM to open!
I've always wondered why SFGAm didn't raise their prices sooner -- look at SFoG. It charges the same price but has *way* less entertainment than SFGAm does. Not to mention locations of each - Chicago has a much higher "cost of living" than Atlanta (at least from what I can tell having lived near both cities).
Compared to what other parks are charging, SFGAm is STILL a bargain at their new rate. Especially since no one ever pays full price.
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