Now thats more than the one day pass, but not by much!
Great roller coasters are going up and will continue to to be built around the country in many parks, but I think that the time is now for all coaster rich parks to take a different angle in growing their business by improving the quality of what's around the coasters. Case in point...if Six Flags Magic Mountain would spend the same kind of money on flat/dark/childrens rides, shows, food, and scenery as they do on some of those coasters, they would have a lot more success. The same goes for the rest of the Six Flags parks and also the Cedar Fair parks. Kings Dominion and it's coaster collection would be a real threat to Busch Gardens attendance if they were to heavily invest in "non-coaster" entertainment, food, and shows.
That parking thing kills me Anthony. I know it's the big city and all, but $65 to park for the season still seems high. Either there is a mighty parking/admission tax, or Six Flags just wants your money. I guess I'm just used to my Cedar Fair pass including free parking.
Good luck Six Flags. I hope you can right the ship and see some success. The potential is there for sure.
If I lived anywhere near a worthwhile Six Flags, I'd take up that offer pronto. However, the only Six Flags relatively close to me is Six Flags La Ronde, which is a bit of a letdown.
Front lot: $25Back Lot:$15
Parking pass gets you into the front lot so three times pays off including going for Coasters after Dark and spending zilch except for gas.