Six Flags Season Passes for 2002

Tuesday, December 18, 2001 4:50 PM
have most six flags parks sent out there pass mailers yet? I just recieved an email from sixflags saying that my homepark (The Great Escape) now has there passes for sale for $59.99. Ive yet to recieve anything in the mail though, and the email didnt mention anything about new rides :(
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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 5:09 PM
I recieved my pass in the mail a few weeks ago but I have yet to recieve any mailer or an e-mail from SFA regarding new rides for 02.As far as I know we won't here anything about new rides for SFA until January 20th.Even if the park sends an e-mail it won't go on my e-mail account,instead it will end up in my mom's account.
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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 5:25 PM
Interesting to know that Great Escapes are so expensive... its only $44.99 for SFDL single passes, and $39.99 each w/ four. What were the prices like for Great Escape last year?
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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 5:36 PM
Great Escape's passes were $59.99 last year to, but after 2 visits its already paid off. I got my moneys worth. I visited numerous SF parks, and went to Great Escape atleast 5 times each month

 

oh btw for all others who's homepark is Great Escape. The park's opening day is May 18th, and it will close on October 27th. (odd not open for Halloween again like this past season...wonder why?)

*** This post was edited by CalvinJ23 on 12/18/2001. ***

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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 5:55 PM
Plus... sfdl dude you got to keep in mind that the parking at The Great Escape is free, which probably justifies the increased price for the season pass. I will admit it is a little high, but hey... with the improvements for next year (rides or no rides), the parking pays for itself!

 

I'm still dying to know what Great Escape is going to get... so far, I feel it is the most anticipated Six Flags owned park yet to announce (others are getting either nothing, or have already announced). It's like a giant bubble gum bubble ready to burst!

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...Wondering what the 2002 season holds for all parks...

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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 6:03 PM
Just got our SFKK season pass renewals, 44.99.  SFKK got my business last year due to SRM trip.  I live ONLY twelve hours away...strange how the passes are different prices even though they're good at all parks.  Year before was SFA, and I remember it was 59.99 if memory serves (go Iron Chef).  Only difference is where you get your pass processed, and NO SF parks less than 5 hours away in Atlanta.  Interesting to note it says specifically "good at any SF park in the world".  Are they trying to tell me a European trip is in the works?
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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 6:35 PM
Dawg Byte - good point about the parking, but if Great Escape does finally convert to Six Flags Great Escape, do you think they'll still keep the free parking? Im hoping they will, but knowing Six Flags they'll start nailing us for parking to...but i guess i cant complain as long as we get a new coaster and some new flats!

*** This post was edited by CalvinJ23 on 12/18/2001. ***

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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 6:42 PM
Hey CalvinJ:

Did it mention in your e-mail about The Great Escape's 2002 season pass, or SIX FLAGS Great Escape? :) I wonder if it's going to get the name change and they just rushed out the e-mail as an update... or they are going to still stick without branding it "Six Flags".

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...Wondering what the 2002 season holds for all parks...

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Tuesday, December 18, 2001 6:49 PM
Nothing from SFOG yet :(
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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 1:29 AM
$59.99 is expensive???  my season pass for SFGAm was $80 for the 2001 season...God knows what they are going to jack it up to for the 2002 season!
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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 4:15 AM
Hey DawgByte:

Nope, it still said The Great Escape, if you want ill forward you the email, just let me know which email address to send it to...ill IM you later today if I see you online. Now im off to school for a Final :(

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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 4:34 AM
I did get mine it's 49.99 for the pass hear at SFWOA - I can see why a pass is only 45 bucks at SFDL they never build anything
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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 7:04 AM
If you have a pass from another sf park cant you go to the other parks with it?  If so why not find the cheapest season pass buy it there, then just go to your home park all the time.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 7:13 AM
Anthony:

You have to go to the park that your season pass is from first to get it validated before you can use it at any of the other parks.  Also, you can only buy annual parking at the park that your pass is from.

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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 7:17 AM
You have to process your SF pass at whatever park it is for... so if you live in California and buy a SFWoA pass, you would have to make a trip to Ohio before you could go to SFMM. You also wouldn't get the coupon book for your home park.

Jim, you beat me to it... I have to spend more time surfing and less time working...

*** This post was edited by kip099 on 12/19/2001. ***

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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 8:15 AM
Yeah But when You live within a 8hr drive of many of them, Like I do in Central Indiana, it pays to go to Louisville and visit Kentucky Kingdom, to buy the pass, only 44.95 at Krogers!!-  Buy it once and its paid for the first trip to SFGRAM
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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 8:24 AM
I dont really care about the $59.99 i visit SF parks alot in the summer, and im really ripping them off lol. I forget who had the signature on here, but like theres said:

Great Escape Season Pass $60 Food per visit $10 Ripping of Six Flags by coming back 100 times Priceless......

:)

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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 9:22 AM
Well, SFMM season passes are pretty cheap in comparison, it's only 52.99, though they did raise the price by 4 dollars, maybe they'll offer free parking, LOL! I don't even spend that much on food at the park, since I usually hit up Wendy's down the street to eat, then come back in, much cheaper food, and better tasting.
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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 11:35 AM
i usually dont spend $10 on food eithier at GE...once and awhile i will (there popcorn chicken/french fry combo platter is really good...$5 and then a soda)
but usually ill stop at Burger King, or McDonalds...if its not to late i head into the Village and get eithier pizza or a calzone from the best pizza place in Lake George...CAPRI PIZZERIA!

*** This post was edited by CalvinJ23 on 12/19/2001. ***

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Wednesday, December 19, 2001 11:52 AM

Sounds like a shameless plug, CalvinJ!! :)

 


The next time I head up to the Adrondiaks, I just might try there... since it beats the hell out of the national chains all the time!!

*** This post was edited by DawgByte II on 12/19/2001. ***

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