Requirements for renting a flash pass??Six Flags Great Adventure: Requirements for renting a flash pass at six flags great adventure (age limit and what ID is nessicary)
From Sara CygleeI was wondering the guidlines for renting a flash pass at six flags great adventure. Is there an age limit and is bringing a credit card and student ID sufficent ID. Thanks!
Posted March 29, 2007 at 11:29 PM
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From Bob MackayI'm curious about this "Flash Pass" service, as well. When I was last there in summer of 2005, they were still offering these Q-Bot thingies and the service was called "Fastlane." I guess I'll have to look at the official Six Flags website - they probably have a link to "Flash Pass" so you can learn all about it. I remember they had a link for the Q-Bots at one time, so that would probaby be the best place to found out more. Check out www.sixflags.com and then choose Great Adventure.
Posted March 30, 2007 at 9:11 AM
From steve leeFlash Pass is still the QBots - they just rebranded it to go along with the DC hero.
Posted March 30, 2007 at 7:30 PM
When I rented one, all they needed was my ID. I don't recall giving them any cc#, but your results may vary
From Erik MahalYou need to have an ID and I think you have to be 18 or older but Im not 100% on the age limit.
Posted April 4, 2007 at 2:33 PM
From Jen V
Posted April 5, 2007 at 2:37 PM
From Jen VI usually rent a Flash Pass every time I visit SFGA, I believe the age requirment is 18, though I'm not sure. I printed out the form for it quite a while ago and I have it here, it says nothing about age, but it says I.D. and a payment method, and cash is an option. I guess you don't necessarily need a credit card. Anyway, though, make sure to print out the form online on the official SF website. Fill it out at home or in the car there, and it saves a LOT of time. I'm not sure, though, but I think (Think) you might be able to go to the front of the line if you print out the form, but I'm really not sure. Every other year I've waited in line (Do that when you first get there, too) but this year my friends and I are going with the form already filled out.
Posted April 5, 2007 at 2:38 PM
From Dave ChariotSeason Pass- Age doesn't matter I rented one by myself at 13.
Posted April 8, 2007 at 11:19 AM
Credit Card- 18 Duh?
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