Cell phones, pagers, or other small items must be secured in cargo pockets, zippered jacket pockets, or waist packs. All loose articles which cannot be secured must be left in a locker or with a non-rider prior to entering the queue line.
I saw that one today about waist packs at Six Flags Over Texas. This seems entirely reasonable to me provided that this is applied across the board.
Earlier in the season (at Six Flags Magic Mountain) I was told that a waist pack was considered a loose article.
Lord Gonchar said:
(is that for the day?)
Prices and availability subject to change. Available on a first-come, first-served basis only. $20 price is based on 8 hours, 2 guests, maximum 4 loose articles per guest. Additional items $2.50 per item, per day.
Designated non-rider inc. is not responsible for items lost, stolen, or damaged while in our care.
Additional experiences including Gold (8 hours, 6 articles per guest and only $1.50 per extra item per day) and Platinum (full park operating hours, 4 guests, up to 10 items each) will be available with prices to be determined.
Park admission not included with designated non-rider service. Enrolling in designated non-rider service does not guarantee ride availability.
Due to the nature of this service, items may be exposed to changing weather conditions including high and low temperatures, rain, lightning and snow. Not responsible for damage to items relating to acts of God.
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