SFGA Flash Pass for 2007Six Flags Great Adventure: My party has 3 people in it. Does this mean we can only use a Golden Flash Pass four times for the whole stay there, like only use it for four rides?
From Jen VHello, I've been looking at the official SF website because my friends and I are planning to go to SF in June. I looked on the site (They completely changed it) for Flash Pass, and it says they are available for four boarding oppurtunites. It listed these:
Posted April 6, 2007 at 4:20 PM
1 person for 4 rides
What does this mean? My party has 3 people in it. Does this mean we can only use a Golden Flash Pass four times for the whole stay there, like only use it for four rides? I'm a little confused, thanks!
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From Dave ChariotThey tickted it. If you were going to pay gold flashpass for 3 people then just but 4 tickets for each person. So you cut the whole line in one bunchK. You can cut four lines. You get it...Right?
Posted April 8, 2007 at 11:21 AM
From Jen VArg, not really. I'm still a little shakey on that one. Tickets are already covered, free from my cousin. But I still want the Golden Flash Pass. I still don't understand, but my main question is: How many times in a day can I use it? That was really what I wanted to know, but you response helped!
Posted April 8, 2007 at 12:00 PM
From Chris TobinJust get a normal flash pass. there is not really a diffrence between them(gold And normal)and with the normal one, you can cut as many rides as you want. they call it a gold flash pass just to make you pay a higher price for the same deal and rip you off
Posted April 16, 2007 at 2:21 PM
From Erik MahalYou can use the golden flash pass an unlimited amount. I had a 3 person group opening day this year and we used it at least 15 times. You can only reserve one ride at a time though... I think.
Posted April 19, 2007 at 2:54 PM
From Jen VOkay, thanks for the replies. I basically just wanted to know how many times in a day you can use it. Hopefully it is, for the amount of cash you pay for it. Thanks in advanced!
Posted April 20, 2007 at 6:03 PM
From Lawrence SmithHello everyone. I'm taking a buddy of mine to 6f this weekend (June 2-4) for his birthday. I was just wondering. What is the difference between the regular flash pass & the golden flash pass? Also, which one is more beneficial to us. We both hate to wait in lines. Thanks!
Posted May 31, 2007 at 7:52 AM
From James KeberIf you buy the golden flash pass for 4 people then is it unlimited rides you can go on or do you get to use it only once on each ride. For example can i use it on El Toro as many times as i want or only once and then move on.
Posted July 20, 2007 at 3:26 PM
From Vil ClancyWe just went this past week and the Flash Gold is the only way to go! You scan it, and the device will tell you, "Ride Kingda Ka Now" or else "Ride Kinga Ka in 10 minutes" and that's it! You go to ride and enter via the Flashpass line and go right to the head of the class. Very little wait times for the most part. You merge right at the top of the line. As soon as you are done with that ride you can scan another. I believe you can scan two rides at a time. But with the Gold it doesn't even matter. You'll be so busy riding and scanning again and again. We got to ride all the best rides 3 times, while those with no Flash were spending all their time waiting on line, spending probably 2 hours at least waiting to ride El Toro and Kinga Ka and Superman. Well worth 40 bucks a ticket.
Posted July 30, 2007 at 7:37 AM
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