Six Flags offers tix discount in gas price stunt
Written by Robert Niles
Six Flags, every known for its aggressive discounting through everything from cola cans to yogurt lids to bread wrappers, has introduced a new discount promotion, with a timely theme.Tweet
The amusement park chain is offering $15 off up to six admission tickets for... a gasoline receipt.
Buy a tank... get $15 off Six Flags. The chain is launching the promotion with ads in the New York Times and USA Today which state:
"Our President is Doing Something about Gas Prices"
Read the fine print to find the punch line: "'Bring any gas receipt to our main gate and we'll give you $15 off admission' -- Mark Shapiro, President/CEO, Six Flags." The deal's good through May 29.
In other Six Flags news, the company's continuing its campaign to get more family visitors by debuting a character brunch, Brunch with Bugs. Kids who attend get a free membership in the chain's new "Carrothead Club," getting them a monthly newsletter with puzzles, games and park news.
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