Six Flags Season Pass "Rest of 2015 + 2016"

April 22, 2015, 5:25 PM

Wanted to Purchase a Combo Season Pass today and did not complete the order because of the higher as the saving disapointing "Processing Fee" that catapults the order to 94,32. I don't will visit the Park before September and their is a high chance - I guess - please correct me if I'm wrong - that by that time they have an offer like "buy a Season Pass now and receive 2016 for free". I like to know how much the Price will be in the Beginning of September at the Gate for 2-Park Combo (excluding Parking as I do not own any environmental unfriendly vehicles, so no Gold Pass and no Dining Plan or Photo Pass or whatever which AddOns came in your mind - just plain entry to all 6F Parks and both Georgia Water Parks INCLUDING Helloween) including all Taxes, Fees and Up charges that are not possible to avoid.

Additional: Near which 6F Parks I may could find a Place for Wild Camping in walking Distance without I will get moved in the middle of the Night?:

Replies (6)

April 23, 2015, 2:58 PM

Yes, Six Flags parks often have the last month of a calendar year a bonus for buying the following year's pass. This year, some parks may be adding a Christmas show schedule that they haven't had in previous years. How this affects when or if the end of year bonus is offered is unknown. I'd say wait until the last possible day to purchase your pass.

April 26, 2015, 9:35 AM

If I may say, that sounds really expensive for a Six Flags Season Pass. Where is it?

Then again, it is a really good deal....if you are going to go in the next few months. If you really want to go in September, I would look for a discounted ticket for September and then buy in October.

Edited: April 26, 2015, 11:03 AM

"If you really want to go in September, I would look for a discounted ticket for September and then buy in October." How I buy a Ticket in Oct for Sept?

@ Tony: I'm not sure as in the Moment they have a Promotion until End of month to safe some. Problem is only the "Processing Fee" as this catapults the Price over the Gate Price. What is about Gate Prices - is their the same Processing Fee added?

I'm afraid that they rise the price later in the year. And yes they open Nov 21 to Jan 3 with small breaks

Different possibility could be the Offer from Ebay Seller ateto - any experiences about that?

April 26, 2015, 10:56 PM

If I recall correctly, you'll be processing your pass at Six Flags Over Georgia. According to their website, a basic pass is currently about $75 and a Gold Pass is $100, with the combo passes slightly more expensive. Honestly, it's not likely to get much cheaper than that and may increase if you wait too long to purchase the pass. If you will be visiting in Early September, it is highly unlikely you'll get 2016 free as that promotion generally doesn't start until after Labor Day. Honestly, unless you are certain you will be visiting multiple Six Flags parks in 2016 I would just buy a pass now rather than risk the price increasing later. You're not going to escape the ridiculous processing fee that Six Flags has on all their online purchases unless you wait until arrival at the park to buy the pass (not advisable).

Also, never buy theme park tickets on Ebay or any similar site. There is a fair risk that you'll receive a ticket that can't be used. Either buy directly from Six Flags (recommended) or directly from an authorized theme park ticket seller.

April 27, 2015, 4:01 PM

I had annual pass at Great Adventure for several years but parking was included then. Now, parking is extra. Also, some Six Flags parks have cheaper annual pass than others. Go to the main Six Flags website and then go to the various parks to see their AP price and what parking costs. Also, usually parking bought for one park's annual pass is not good at other parks.

April 27, 2015, 10:40 PM

Parking is not interesting at all for me, as I even do not have an License!
My Visit will be just starting AFTER Labour day!

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