Mark W. Baruth
Friday, May 24, 2002 3:58 PM
Well, rather than fuss around with going to 10 different grocery stores in an unfamiliar city, I checked out the SF site to see if i could order them online. Turns out that you can, which is a good thing, and at a reduced rate, which is even better.
The weird thing is that you can only order passes for what they determine to be your "home parks." Luckily they determined that SFKK was close enough to Columbus to be one of the three parks available to me. I had been considering going to SFGAm instead of SFKK, but this cinched it for me. Chicago will wait for another trip.
Had I been considering going to SFEG or SFDL or another similarly low priced park, I would have been SOL. What do you think the reasoning is behind making it difficult to buy passes from parks further away?
Doesn't it seem as though morons always have the caps lock on?
Friday, May 24, 2002 4:26 PM
That is truly weird. I know if you buy them in person you get acess to all the Six Flags parks. I can't see why it would be any different online.
I eat glue.
Friday, May 24, 2002 5:06 PM
I would imagine that it has something to do with the fact that the smaller parks have the lower prices. They have lower prices becuase they need more guests. SFKK needs every penny they can get, and if you have to get your pass from them, they make more pennies. Big parks, like SFMM and SFGAm, can better stand the monetary loss if you don't buy your pass there.
I sing sometimes for the war that I fight, 'cause every tool is a weapon, if you hold it right. -Ani Difranco
Friday, May 24, 2002 6:06 PM
Yes, I'm assuming he is referring to the fact that SFKK's passes are only $49.99 right now :) I'll be getting mine before SRM.
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