Win a season pass at SFGAm(During FF)

Monday, September 30, 2002 9:38 AM

I am sure some of you that frequent SFGAm subscribe to the email newsletter they send out. To the ones that dont, they just sent out one a couple of days ago promoting Fright Fest. In one of the paragraphs they mention a new game that can be played for a chance to win a pass.

" Plus, play new Fearanoia and if you can survive the night, you could win a season pass."

Just thought I would pass this info along. If you are going to FF this year, I guess it wouldnt hurt to check out this game and possibly get a free season pass next season.

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Monday, September 30, 2002 10:26 AM
They are doing this at mostly all the Six Flags parks. It sounds really cool!

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Monday, September 30, 2002 10:40 AM
Forgive me, but what, exactly, is it that almost all six Flags parks? Does any one know what Fearanioa is?
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Monday, September 30, 2002 11:03 AM
Survive the night? Do you stay over night in the park? That would be awesome. Anyone with more info?
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Monday, September 30, 2002 11:23 AM

If you want more information go to sixflags.com and type Fearanoia in the quick ride box, then read about it at the different parks. It is at just about all 20 of the Fright Fests that Six Flags has at their U.S. parks.

This sounds cool and Six Flags wants it to be a big part of Fright Fest.

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Monday, September 30, 2002 12:15 PM
Just a note: teens under 18 that go without parents cannot play it because you need to sign a release form. I learned this the hard way :(

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Monday, September 30, 2002 12:21 PM

Yeah, you need to sign the release because the monsters must be allowed to grab you with Fearanoia.

Didn't anyone read my ost on SFGAdv Fright Fest info? I had the whole Fearanoia spiel in there.

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Monday, September 30, 2002 12:59 PM

This is what Fiesta Texas says:FEARANOIA


NEW for 2002 - Paranoia meets fear in Fright Fest's most wicked mind game of survival, Fearanoia. Guests may request a Fearanoia-numbered wristband upon entering the Park. Once inside the Park, unsuspecting guests wearing numbers will be watched and eerily eliminated throughout the day by a team of "Bodytaggers." All wristband-wearing victims of Fearanoia may unknowingly be issued a "Dead Number" from the beginning, in which their number has already been eliminated. All surviving numbers will be posted one hour before Park closing on the "Survivor Board." All Fearanoia participants wanting to stay in the game must spend their time at Fiesta Texas second guessing suspicious onlookers while attempting a normal day in the Park. All surviving numbers at evening's end will win a 2003 Six Flags Season Pass! Can you survive Fearanoia, Saturdays and Sundays throughout October?

Also, why doesn't SFGAm's site say anything about fearanoia? If they are doing it....

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*** This post was edited by swimmerkev on 9/30/2002. ***

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Monday, September 30, 2002 1:21 PM
go in get a wrist band, leave the park all day then come back one hour before closing, hoping you didn't get a dead number from the start... ;)

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Monday, September 30, 2002 1:30 PM

Two thumbs up Six Flags! Great idea! Not only are they giving away free stuff, but they're giving us something fun to do while we walk around the park. One question though... Can the ride-ops tag us?

EDIT: Doh! That under 18 thing defeats the purpose, I think... another great idea spoiled by legal liabilities...

*** This post was edited by JoNoJ27 on 9/30/2002. ***

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Monday, September 30, 2002 1:32 PM
...or you could just hide in the bathroom ;)

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Monday, September 30, 2002 2:57 PM
What's to keep participants from removing the wrist bands (unless they're those ones that can't remove with breaking and the band must be in place for you to win) or covering them up with clothing? My guess is that the bulk of the wrist bands will already be 'dead numbers'.

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Monday, September 30, 2002 3:00 PM
I love being 22. I won't bring my fiance along they might grab her inappropriately.
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Tuesday, October 1, 2002 11:54 PM
Sounds like an awesome game from Six Flags! Way to go. Anyone have any info on the Six Flags Great America game?

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Wednesday, October 2, 2002 5:17 AM

redman822 said:
go in get a wrist band, leave the park all day then come back one hour before closing, hoping you didn't get a dead number from the start...

That's not allowed. The people by the exit will check for a wristband, and If you have one your number becomes dead.

Canadas Coaster Drew said:
...or you could just hide in the bathroom

The bodytaggers will go into the bathroom. It's common sense. JoNoJ27 said: Can the ride-ops tag us?

No, just bodytaggers.

SFGAmLover said:
What's to keep participants from covering them up with clothing?

The contract the winners must sign.

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"The password is, 'Nice rack,', and I'll reply 'I forgot my bra,'."
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Wednesday, October 2, 2002 5:28 AM
For SFGAm... if the ride ops wont tag you, just ride the Demon the whole day, stay in that que line. If you are there on a day where the park isn't so packed, you should have no problem avoiding the bodytaggers.

*** This post was edited by onceler on 10/2/2002. ***

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Wednesday, October 2, 2002 11:42 AM
I can't wait for Fright Fest. This just adds to the thrills fright fest already has to offer. Do the body taggers know if your number is dead from the start?

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Wednesday, October 2, 2002 12:19 PM

onceler said:
For SFGAm... if the ride ops wont tag you, just ride the Demon the whole day, stay in that que line. If you are there on a day where the park isn't so packed, you should have no problem avoiding the bodytaggers.

It's common sense... the body taggers will probably be in lines. And, SFGAm is always packed in FF.

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Wednesday, October 2, 2002 12:21 PM

onceler said:
For SFGAm... if the ride ops wont tag you, just ride the Demon the whole day, stay in that que line. If you are there on a day where the park isn't so packed, you should have no problem avoiding the bodytaggers.

*** This post was edited by onceler on 10/2/2002. ***



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Wednesday, October 2, 2002 2:21 PM
Okay, one thing that wasn't quite clear to me: Does everyone get their own number, or are there only so many numbers, with everyone bearing a particular number dying when anyone else with that number gets caught? That would be kind of lame, but it sounds like something they might do to keep the number of free season passes down.
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