I'm coming over to California in March and am planning on visiting SF Magic Mountain and SF Marine World. Just looking on the website and it tells me that I can get a season pass for $49.99 and then it tells me to enter my home park. Well I'm from the UK so my closest park would be in Europe.
My question can I just turn up at the gates of SF Magic Mountain and get a season ticket for World Wide use or do I need to have a address in the US? It would be handy for worldwide use because I am visiting SF Belgium in April.
Also I'm assuming the Season Pass won't be $49.99 if I buy it at the gate of the park, and does it take a long time to get it?
Thanks for your help!
Even if you were to pay $90US, you'd still save money. SFMM is $47 and SFMW is $44, so if you bought the pass, admission to SFBelgium would be free. Still a good deal if you ask me.
Processing your pass shouldn't take too long since your going in March and the park shouldn't be too busy, but depending on how many stations they've got open, you could be caught in a long line. Season Pass Processing usually closes early aswell, so make sure you do it as soon as you can. *** Edited 1/9/2004 12:26:16 PM UTC by rOLLocOASt***
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Whatever you do, keep in mind that if you lose a SF pass you can only have it replaced at the park where it originally came from. So if you're the type to lose things, be extra careful with it.
Rite Aid drug stores usually have SFMM season passes at cheap prices thef irst few months of the year. Once you know what hotel you're staying at you can find a Rite Aid near you by going to http://www.riteaid.com/
With all the other parks adding major attractions and SFMM probably only adding to the waterpark they're going to be looking for alternative methods of bringing people to the park, namely steep discounts in season pass and single day admission prices. I bet you'll find good sale prices when you visit in March as well.
Lastly, keep in mind that March is Spring Break time in Southern California, so depending on when you visit you could find BIG crowds at the parks.
Hope that helps ;)
IIRC there are 82 school districts in the LA-Metro area alone! And they do not have Spring Break at the same time.
mOOSH - avoids parks from March 5-April 30
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