[SFMM] Details Play PassSix Flags Magic Mountain: What does "Four FREE friend and family admission*" that comes with the 'Play Pass' mean?
From Mike Smithhi,
Posted December 10, 2006 at 11:08 PM
does somebody know the restrictions of SFMM's Play Pass? It says on the website:
"Four FREE friend and family admission*"
I've been searching forever to find details about it. So, can I purchase that pass and bring one or two friend or what?
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From Adrienne McDonaldPerhaps it refers to the coupons that come in the coupon book w/the pass.
Posted December 12, 2006 at 1:15 AM
From Mike Smiththank you for your reply.
Posted December 12, 2006 at 12:00 PM
Yes, I'm sure it refers to the coupon book. I haven't seen it yet, so can you tell what restrictions apply? Is it possible to take 2 buddies with me at the same time? And are there any restrictions on the date's?
From Adrienne McDonaldMost of the coupons have dates on them but for some it's like Mother's Day, Memorial Day, etc. for other is like 'Bring A Friend' from Aug. 5-20 for discounted price or for free. In my coupon bk there were four bring a friend free coupons on different dates but only good for one friend only per pass holder but there are other coupons for like bring a friend for $14.99 so the other friend can at least get a discount probably but it says not valid w/any other offer so I dunno if that means one coupon per visit or only for use w/pass holder. There was also coupons good for neighboring parks like Fiesta TX/Frontier City & one for any SF park. There was coupons for the water parks, go carts/sky coaster attractions, games, souvinirs, food, etc. There's just a lot of different offers in the coupon bk. Unfortunately I didn't see the buy one meal get another 45% off so my hubby ended up paying full price for both. Ohhhh well, I'll just hafta remember the next time to look first! lol. but that's the jist of it. There's coupons for days all season so it's worth it buying a pass especially if you visit frequently or visit other parks too. You may want to just call the park to see if it's one coupon per pass holder per visit or if you can use two coupons for two buddies. They always answered any questions I had & I'm sure they can answer the questions you have better than I'm able too but at least it gives you some idea.
Posted December 12, 2006 at 9:42 PM
From Mike Smiththank you so much.
Posted December 12, 2006 at 10:19 PM
Does the $15 admission have a date on it or can it be used all year long? Also, how many of those are there in the book?
From Adrienne McDonaldThere were six that I counted for $14.99 but they were mainly on the holidays like Easter, Labor Day, Mother's Day, etc. There was one for $9.99 for Fiesta Tx (I'm sure the names will be correspond to whichever park your bk came from) there were some for the water park for $14.99 & $18.99 but those are for the passholder only I believe. There are bring a friend coupons for $19.99 good Aug. 5-20, two coupons for $24.99 for Oct. 29, one for Latino Fest June 3-11 $19.99, bring a friend free Apr. 8 or 9th & Aug. 26 or 27, bring a friend Holiday in the park $14.99 Nov. 24-Dec. 31,one half price admission to any park, two bring a friend Fright Fest $24.99 Sunday Oct. 1,8,15, or 22.
Posted December 13, 2006 at 6:01 PM
These plus many more in the coupon bk.
From ed vinsonHi Everybody,
Posted February 22, 2007 at 10:35 PM
This is my first post :). Anyways, the 2007 Magic Mountain season pass Coupon Book includes (in the way of free passes):
One free friend pass to Magic Mountain good any day January 07- June 07
This year's book does not, however, include a free parking coupon.
From Adrienne McDonaldMy coupon bk didn't have a parking coupon last yr if I remember correctly. I haven't been able to get my new one yet as I had to wait til this season opener to get my new pass since the park closed their processing ctr before the season ended. Didn't make much sense to do that, now we hafta go back there again just to get the passes processed when we cudda done it on the previous trip. Ohhhh welll. I do think the bks vary a little depending on which park you get it from though. If anyone knows different, feel free to let me know. ;)
Posted February 24, 2007 at 12:16 AM
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