Please answer this question.....if you know what you're talking about of course!Six Flags Over Georgia: Does the flass pass booth have it's own line? Is it a long line?
From Tyler PatrickAbout the Flash Pass System at Six Flags Over Georgia. I just bought the Gold Flash Pass and i'm going tomorrow at 9:30(park opens at 10:30). Does the flass pass booth have it's own line? Is it a long line? I reserved mine online so I'd be assured that i'm getting one. It says on the printed out ticket to be there before 12 to get flash pass, does that mean that if you're not there before 12 they give your pass to someone else?
Posted March 13, 2010 at 3:44 PM
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From Eugene KohNo, don't worry for your pass given away. But you do have to be there at 12pm or you won't get your reservation. I have one myself. IS IT OK?
Posted March 13, 2010 at 5:40 PM
From steve leeI've never heard of SFOG actually distributing all the Flash Passes. I think you'll be fine. They may make you watch the little video that explains how it works, but if you've already made your reservation and tell them you know how to do it they'll probably let you bypass.
Posted March 13, 2010 at 8:58 PM
Btw, let us know how your day goes. I'm hearing that there is a TON of high fiving from the staff and that is just bizarre to me.
From Anthony MurphyIn theory, your pass becomes available after 12pm for others so you might be out of luck if they run out. However, I doubt that will happen. Still, I would try to get there before 12 as possible.
Posted March 14, 2010 at 12:04 AM
As for lines, I am not familiar with SFoG, but SFGA has very short flashpass lines or none at all. Much quicker than Fastpass at Disney for the most part (Soarin, sheesh!)
From Mike GallagherSteve, at the end of the night in the last couple of years, SFGAdv staff has lined up at the exit gate in order to high-five departing patrons. Yeah, it's a bit forced, but I kinda like it. Not usually my cup of tea.
Posted March 14, 2010 at 7:44 AM
So I guess what's happening at SFOG is not unique to the park..corporate mandate, I assume.
From bryan shepardI would only hate to see you waste money, the lines moved pretty quick when we went opening weekend... they only had one train running per coaster, even on golaith, which sucked, but still only 25 min for front seat.... I would wait till you get there and see.... good luck, its a bunch of fun... the ninja is rough beware...
Posted March 14, 2010 at 7:32 PM
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