On the Six Flags main page, in the drop-down menu for 2008 Season Passes, Magic Mountain is the only park missing.
In addition, every single home page for every Six Flags park, regardless if they are getting anything new next year (so that includes Kentucky Kingdom and America), has been updated with a "6 Reason to Buy a 2008 Season Pass" flash. Except for Magic Mountain.
So...I'm thinking this is either an indicator of either this park waiting for another date to announce their 2008 additions (whether it be rides, shows, dining options, etc.) to coincide with their 2008 Play Pass/Season Pass pricing...or this could be the end for Magic Mountain.
Am I looking too far into this? It all just seems a bit strange as how it's left out of everything on the company site. Every single park happens to be updated to reflect a 2008 season, except for Magic Mountain.
Considering MM just replaced Del Holland with Jay Thomas, they'd be idiots to not give the park a year or two to find its feet... ;)
P.S. Just to clarify, the first one WAS a joke, the second was fer real. I know all about how it's the staff and I've heard the arguments. I've got faith in a great manager leading the way... sometimes *I* am the optomist... ;) *** Edited 9/28/2007 2:38:44 AM UTC by rollergator***
Okay, I just thought it over and realized how dumb that all sounds...
Like rollergater mentioned, Jay Thomas (former SFKK) general manager relocated to his new position at Magic Mountain in early September...so I doubt they'd hand over new management if they decided to close the venue. (I guess I was just reading WAYYY far into it).
It's just probably a delayed 2008 announcement (not for a new ride, but for improvements) to coincide with the 2008 Pass Pricing.
But I just don't get why it's the only park that didn't release any information today about Seas Passes along with all the other Six Flags parks.
You are thinking way too much. The park is open in January as by the calendar. These other parks have Fright Fest, and than they close. Thus, these other parks don't mind having a 2008 season pass right before they close so people can use it during Fright Fest. SFOT is different, but yet they are still closed almost all of November. Remember, they have a Holiday thing going also in December while SFMM doesn't. They aren't open all the months of the year either.
Magic Mountain is open all year from Jan till Dec. There is a different theory here than the other parks. Also, it says on the list that SFMM is listed as one of the 15 parks you can use your season pass at.