Wednesday, June 2, 2004 5:14 PM
Is it possible to use the perks, like the 'bring a friend free', at a SF park other than the one you purchased your pass from? I know they do let you get the 20% at gift shops off at other SF parks.
Also any of the SF parks give out wall calendars this year? SFKK didn't, saying they found too many of the ground last year.
Wednesday, June 2, 2004 5:22 PM
No... the "Bring a Friend Free
" coupon is ONLY
good at the park where you purchased your Season Pass for. If you want to bring someone to a different Six Flags property, then there should be a "1/2 price at Six Flags Theme Park
" coupon in the booklet (there is in mine
Six Flags isn't giving out calendars this year. Instead, they're giving out a booklet that's twice as wide as their old ones, which is much more portable than the calendars & has a good amount of coupons (even if 3/4 of them are useless).
Wednesday, June 2, 2004 7:29 PM
Darn. The 1/2 price thing isn't a whole lot better than some of the discounts anyone can get.
Booklets? We didn't get booklets at SFKK, just a very large sheet with coupons on it that I had to fold up a hundred times to fit in my pocket.
Wednesday, June 2, 2004 7:33 PM
What did you pay for your pass Raptor Pilot? Something like $39.99?
They don't need to give out coupons at all as far as I am concerned.
I spent $73.00 on my SFGAm pass and have already visited the park 3 times and a trip down to SFKK for 2 days. I could be done with SF parks for the season and still got my money's worth and then some.
Thursday, June 3, 2004 12:26 AM
Chitown, that's beside the point.
No, they don't need to give them out, but if they do, I want them. I see nothing wrong with that. I didn't know SFKK didn't include coupons since they charge less for their passes. It's my home park. That's where I have to buy. SFKK pass holders should get the same perks as any others. My pass was $50.
Don't forget the average salary in Chicago is much higher than Louisville (and even higher than here in Nashville).
Thursday, June 3, 2004 5:53 AM
I believe it is to discourge anyone whos homepark is an expensive one (SFGAm, SFGAv, SFMM, etc) from getting their season passes at another park. I know this might have changed recently but we were allways locked into buying our SF passes at SFGAm because we wanted the parking sticker there and they refused to put their sticker on any other park's pass.
Thursday, June 3, 2004 7:47 AM
Touchdown, I'm sure SF isn't too worried about the 4 or 5 of us that visit enough parks to KNOW that some parks season pass price is that much cheaper. ;)
Besides, they're too worried about getting all the legs irons in place on all their T-Bar attractions.
Brian, who says just leave my Mindbender alone... I saw what you did to The Revolution.
Thursday, June 3, 2004 8:16 AM
Actually SFKK does have coupons too. But each park has their own Season Pass and where you happen to buy your pass from will be the only SF park you can get and use your coupons at.