Yeah, I agree, it's like the McDonalds of theme parks. So whooptie doo! Why pay a small fortune for second-rate entertainment with a few "extras"? A "tour guide" ha ha, what a joke! Now USH's VIP experience is $100 dollars less and you receive a 6 hour hands-on tour of a working Hollywood studio backlot, with an opportunity to see popular stars, you don't meet a nobody in a Pepe LePew costume. Sure, with the USH tour you don't get free meals, but who wants to pay $250 for Six Flags "cuisine"? And are the adjoining water parks really worth it? I'll stick with Blizzard Beach and Typhoon Lagoon (heck, even Water Country).
Now if I pay this price for lets say SFGAM does that mean, if I choose that I can do a marathon on Raging Bull and ride in the rront row for several hours straight on the busiest days, becausae if I wouldnt be allowed to do this then this is false advertising.
Maybe because Great America in IL is decient, but that definatly has some pretty big perks for $250. The way I see it, there is a very large possiblity that a trip there would cost close to that amount of money. They do not hide the fact that they are taking all your money as well as the other big parks like Universal and Disney
Why not? It can't hurt and I would buy it!
Its also not nice to look down on patrons at Six Flags! Those same people are at all the parks of the world! Stop being such theme park elitist....oh wait....... LOL :)