Knott's Berry Farm told its annual passholders today that it will extend their passes by a year, making all 2020 annual passes to the park good for 2021 as well.
Like all major parks in the United States, Knott's has been closed since the middle of last month. And along with all other Cedar Fair parks, Knott's has said that it looking at a mid-May opening, at the earliest. That means that its annual pass members will have missed out on at least two months of operation when the park reopens. (Unlike other Cedar Fair parks, Knott's Berry Farm is open year-round.)
To make it up to pass members, Knott's now is extending the valid period for its passes through 2021. We don't yet know how much of an extension that will work out to be, since we do not know yet when in 2020 Knott's will reopen. All 2020 Season Pass Add-On Products, with the exception of Knott's Scary Farm, also will be valid through December 31, 2021.
In addition, for passholders using the Easy Pay Program, Knott's is suspending collection of payments while the park is closed. Payments will resume when the park is reopen.
"Our Season Passholders represent some of our most loyal guests, and we want to ensure that you receive a full season of fun as promised when you purchased your 2020 Season Pass. This is a very unusual time for all of us, and we again thank you for your understanding and loyalty to Knott’s Berry Farm," Knott's Vice President and General Manager Jon Storbeck said in the letter to passholders.
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