2010 amazing six flags over texasSix Flags Over Texas: they have taken away the platinum pass
From Jessie PhillipsWow, just when you thought 6 flags couldn't go any lower, they have taken away the platinum pass (was called the gold pass) one of the main saving faces was you got a 15% discount for food and ect, now the cheap B_______ took that away too. I do hope the current owner sells it soon to someone that actually cares about the consumer
Posted March 9, 2010 at 7:24 PM
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From Bob MillerJessie, it sounds almost like the airlines charging for pillows and blankets, hard times huh?
Posted March 9, 2010 at 8:19 PM
From Anthony MurphySix Flags Great America does not even have that! I guess we really missed that too!
Posted March 9, 2010 at 8:26 PM
Don't you still get discounts and a coupon book if you have a season pass?
From Adrienne McDonaldSFFTx has two. One good for all pks w/o the book & one $10 more w/the book. I'm just SOOO glad they FINALLY came to their senses & are doing something abt that retched Texas Giant. It's about time! That thing is just awful! You'da thought they wudda torn it down instead & put in something better. Let's hope their rennovations make it better! (I wanted to post that in the original article from March 04 but didn't realize I hadn't updated my email address so I missed out on posting my thoughts abt the rennovations so my apologies for jumping a little off-subject at the end there).
Posted March 10, 2010 at 9:04 PM
From Anthony MurphyStrange, I do not get the option at SFGA and I can go to all the parks.
Posted March 10, 2010 at 9:21 PM
Then again, the closest park to me outside of SFGA is in St. Louis
From Mike GallagherAnthony, SFGADv here in Jersey offers the same option Adrienne described. For $70, the Play Pass gives you visits to all SF parks. The $80 Season Pass gives the same, but with the coupon book. I've made a bit of use of the coupon bbok, but may not need it this year. I'm leaning toward the regular pass, but we'll see.
Posted March 11, 2010 at 6:11 PM
You mentioned SFGA doesn't have the option. I don't know about other SF parks.
From Anthony MurphyWHHHHHHHHHAAAATTT?
Posted March 11, 2010 at 9:01 PM
I would get it with the coupon book if I had the choice anyhow.
Why would they do that?
From Adrienne McDonaldI'm not sure, maybe you can just call & find out. Perhaps ea park offers what they plan to offer just like ea park has different prices. Our park (SFFTx) is $49 & $59 for the passes I think.
Posted March 15, 2010 at 5:03 PM
From Anthony MurphyYeah, I guess each park offers differently and now I know perhaps why SF is having some money problems: They need to charge more! For SFGA, its around $65, PERIOD and most of us consider that a steal. The only option you have is a Parking pass for an additional $65. Oh well, I already have mine and I would not have it any other way! I just thought I was getting the deal of the day! That also might explain why SFGA is doing pretty well compared to other SF parks.
Posted March 15, 2010 at 7:37 PM
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