What to wear and when to ride: The theme park travel tips of the week
Written by Robert Niles
Here are three new tips from the Theme Park Insider Travel tips for visiting theme parks page.Tweet
Here's the deal, for those of you who might be unfamiliar with that page. Basically, any reader (including you!) can submit a short, one-line tip for visiting a particular theme park, or parks in general. Then, other readers vote on that tip - yes or no. A tip gets one point per yes vote and loses one for each no. The tips with the highest scores move to the top of the page. (You'll also find tips on each of the park listing pages.)
Click on the link icon after each tip to cast your vote - yes or no - on each of these tips.
And here are two more tips that I think deserve some extra consideration. First:
- "If you're going to get an annual pass, add parking to at least one pass (if it isn't included already). It seems expensive at first, but at more than $10 a pop for parking at most parks, it pays off in the end."
And second. I'll admit that this one is a little, well, harsh on our friends from the U.K. But it offers some excellent advice:
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