Where to get Six Flags discounts?Six Flags America: If you have any option, please pass on.
From alice fredI am planning for a trip and this time I wanna save the maximum money. These days’ coupon codes are the best way to save money. I am just trying to find out the best places to get higher discounts for Six Flags. If you have any option, please pass on. Well, till know I checked out http://www.dealrocker.com and http://www.couponalbum.com . And got some nice discounts. Looking forward to hear from you.
Posted March 22, 2010 at 7:00 AM
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From James RaoThe best deal they had just ended in February: a season pass good at any of the SF parks for just $50. Even I bought one, and I pretty much detest Six Flags these days.
Posted March 23, 2010 at 4:14 AM
Honestly, your best bet is probably just checking in on the official website. They seem to run ticket deals quite frequently.
From Lawrence SmithHi Alice. If you are going to Six Flags America, just buy a season pass for $49.99 & you can use it at any of the other Six Flags park. This is the price of a regular days admission at the park & I believe is the cheapest of all the season passes. Only catch is that you have to have your pass processed at this particular park!
Posted March 23, 2010 at 4:37 PM
From James RaoThat $49.99 deal is over, although at $59.99 it is still a good price if you plan to visit at least two times.
Posted March 23, 2010 at 5:39 PM
From Jake JonesJames- you bought a SF pass? Planning a faraway trip or did you renew your love for SFSTL?
Posted March 30, 2010 at 4:36 PM
From Steph RamosHmm...discounts?
Posted March 30, 2010 at 9:57 PM
Well it all really depends on WHICH Six Flags park you plan to attend...
Hope this helps somewhat, and have a happy visit!
From James RaoJake - $50 is hard to pass up. Plus the bring a friend days make it even cheaper. Planning on heading to SFStL in June to see if all your claims of progress are true! ;) I will take my oldest son (over 54" tall) and we will make a "Man Trip" out of it. We're going on two different "bring a friend days", so when you get two admissions for two days for $50, a season pass is a no-brainer. Basically it will be $12.50 per ticket.
Posted March 31, 2010 at 2:56 AM
Also, there is a slight (very slight) chance I might hit SFOG when we pass through Georgia on the way back from Orlando. The season pass is good at all SF parks.
Again, sometimes an offer is too good to pass up, even if the product is lacking... =)
From Steve OttingerIt's true that, while the Six Flags pass is making it easier and easier these days to get into multiple parks for a GREAT price, not everyone is a multi-park multi-day person. Sure, I HIGHLY recommend that you check out Six Flags Great Adventure if you're in the area of Six Flags America... but I respect if this is your one theme-park day per year too. Which also makes sense if you're doing the group thing or are taking friends too (especially poor ones like mine).
Posted May 28, 2010 at 9:03 AM
For Six Flags America, the best savings I've seen this year is AAA's website. Big props to them for keepin prices low. $21.99 tickets, $2.35 tax (per ticket), Free Print-n-Go (print from home), No Service Fee = ***$24.34*** per ticket!
Remember that MANY sites will hit you with a fee to print or mail, will have service fees, and may be misleading (always look). These are GREAT because you don't need to order them WAY in advance, just the day that you go.
And yes, Six Flags has gotten better about ticket prices. If you're not an AAA member, check around. They're always trying to get a promotion to get you in the park... in hopes you'll buy the $13.99 souvenir soda bottle, of course. Enjoy!
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