Cedar Point raises admission price, too
Written by Robert Niles
Cedar Point has increased the price of its one-day admission ticket by a buck, to $42.95. Seasonal parks, such as Cedar Point, typically only change their prices mid-season to cut them in reponse to sluggish attendance. A mid-year price increase is rare.Tweet
Is Cedar Point attendance really that good this season? What can our readers in northern Ohio report?
Disney World and Universal Orlando increased their base prices earlier this month. And Cedar Point's been the target of take-over rumors. A price increase, if it doesn't hurt attendance, would boost revenue numbers, making the company more attractive -- or at the very least helping corporate cash flow.
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