Days of fun for next summer

Have you ever done something out of the blue that just shocks you?  Last Saturday JL and I did.

While at Six Flags an old friend was there and happens to work at the park. She mentioned that we may want to look into upgrading our day passes. She said that they were running a special where you could upgrade your pass from the day to a Season Pass for the 2009 season, as well as the rest of this fall. The price for this — only $40 a ticket.

I know $40 sounds like a lot, but it really isn’t when you consider that a day pass for this year was $41 alone! Mind you we were able to snag an online sale for our post-Labor Day tickets for $25 each (not bad for 6 1/2 hours of fun). Still if we go more than one time from May to September of next year the passes pay for themselves.

The really nice part, our season passes are good at all of the following parks (15 in all):

(1) La Ronde, Montreal, (2) Six Flags America, Baltimore/Washington DC, (3) Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Vallejo (does not include Waterworld), (4) Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio, (5) Six Flags Great Adventure, New Jersey, (6) Six Flags Great America, Chicago, (7) Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, Louisville, (8) Six Flags Magic Mountain, Los Angeles, (9) Six Flags Mexico, Mexico City, (10) Six Flags New England, Springfield, MA, (11) Six Flags Over Georgia, Atlanta, (12) Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, between Dallas and Ft. Worth, (13) Six Flags St. Louis, (14) Six Flags Wild Safari, New Jersey, and (15) The Great Escape, Lake George, NY

In addition to this, we also receive five free guest tickets to use on certain days and a coupon book to save within the park. Not too shabby if you ask me. So now we can think about going on trips to some other Six Flags parks close by to us next summer. The possibilities are quite nice actually.

So next year we can look forward to more memories at the park.

More Magical Memories to Come

The best part is we are pretty much done with Chanukah gifts thanks to this!


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  • Aubrey says:

    Yay for great deals! :) I say you need to plan a trip to Six Flags Great America. :D Me and the kids could even meet ya. lol. I was thinking about getting season passes too. Glad you guys had such a good time. Heres to lots more fun at the park.

  • Aubrey says:

    Yay for great deals! I love getting a great bargain. :D I say you need to plan a trip to Six Flags Great America. Me and the kids could even meet up with you. :) Here’s to lots more fun at the park next summer.

  • lilknitter says:

    Pretty smart! Who doesn’t love a good deal? :)
    If we had one closer…we would definitely do that. And you know the kids are always going to have a great time.

  • Sheila says:

    Awesome deal!

    And thank God we’re past the Wiggles stage! LOL. Only now we’re in the Jonas Brothers stage. lol

  • Elaine says:

    Hey come on over to Six Flags in Arlington. You can stay with us! ; )

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  • Shelley says:

    Awesome! Busch Gardens does this too….if you pay for a full price ticket anytime in the first 3 months of the year, for an additional $10, you can come back the rest of the year for FREE!

    And you should consider going down to Great Adventure in NJ…it’s really an awesome park!

  • Damselfly says:

    That sounds like a fabulous deal! There is something similar for Disney World near where we live. There is something called a seasonal pass that is about the same price as a three-day multipark ticket with the Florida resident discount. We haven’t gotten it, but we know other families who have. Now you’ll never have a boring weekend!

  • Kim says:

    Sounds like a good deal to me!