Kings Island Now Offering VIP PackageKings Island: Front of line privelages, meal plans, and more! Is this a Cedar Fair thing or just at King's Island?
From Don NealThe latest Kings Island newsletter outlined the following as part of their new VIP package:
Posted March 25, 2009 at 8:55 AM
"The VIP Tour is the best way for your family or group to experience the more than 80 rides, shows and attractions Kings Island has to offer with complimentary parking, front-of-the-line ride privileges including the new Diamondback roller coaster, reserved show seating, opportunity for private character meet and greets, behind-the-scenes tour of the legendary Beast roller coaster celebrating 30 years of terror in 2009, all-you-can-eat picnic-style meal, unlimited soft drinks and VIP Tour credential and lanyard."
First I had heard of it. I was just wondering if this is going on at other Cedar Fair parks or something King's Island is offering. I think it's pretty smart marketing. Will help all those vacationing locally feel like they still participated in something special.
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From Derek PotterThat is a Cedar Fair thing. They've been offering a similar package at Cedar Point for a couple of years now. It must not have done too bad, because they've expanded it to Kings Island. It isn't the most cost effective way to visit ($199 per person), but it is an 8 hour tour (with additional 1 hour break for whatever), and you do get some pretty good perks that stretch across all age groups. Here's the list.
Posted March 25, 2009 at 10:45 AM
Free VIP parking (reimbursed at the gate)
Not a bad way to go if one has the funds.
From Don NealThat's pretty cool! If were weren't already doing a Disney trip, I would seriously consider this. I think it's a nice addition. Glad to see CF expanding it to their other parks.
Posted March 25, 2009 at 11:03 AM
From Brandon SI'm not sure about other cedar fair parks but i know cedar point offers the same thing but for $400
Posted April 13, 2009 at 5:49 PM
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