Monday, May 26, 2003 11:55 AM
The Six Flags website (www.sixflags.com
) only lists season pass prices for the park up until today. Does anyone know what the price is raised to after today?
I was hoping to head up to SFNE to pick up my pass instead of at SFGadv because it's a good bit cheaper. But, if the price isn't going to remain significantly cheaper after today, I'll just head to Great Adventure.
Also, are Mass. and Ct. schools in session tomorrow? Thanks.
Monday, May 26, 2003 12:53 PM
As the summer gets nearer Six flags usually raises their prices by five or ten dollers for each pass. Memorial Day might have been the last time to purchase your pass at a bit lower rate. Then they go into summer prices, which are more expensive. I'm not sure, but did the one for Great Adventure also go up? Usually it's best to purchase the pass in winter, then you can get the cheapest rate. I believe I only paid $60 for my SFA pass and on opening day it was already up to $64.99 plus tax, which brings it around to about $70. The longer you wait, the more it gets.
Monday, May 26, 2003 12:58 PM
The SFNE Season Pass was, until today, $64.99.
The SFGAdv Season Pass is $84.97 until June 8.
If the price of the SFNE Pass goes up $10, it may be easier for me to go to SFGAdv anyway. There's only a difference of about 20 minutes travel time between the two from my home. Less tolls to get to New England, though. :)
Monday, May 26, 2003 1:12 PM
i got mine for $54.99 on opening day at Big Y. The advantages of buying a pass in a group of 4 or more, lol
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Monday, May 26, 2003 3:42 PM
School are still in session up here in Boston, and I'm pretty sure they only get Mon. off. Last year passes started at $60, early season, went to $65 for about a week around Mem. day, and then went up to $70 for the rest of the season, so I'd guess the new price is $70. Last year, of course, was B:DK's debut so I doubt they'll be upping the price for the Hurricane Harbor expansion.
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