When the Six Flags theme parks reopen (whenever that is), you will need to make a reservation in advance in order to enter the park.
That's the news today from announcements posted to each park's operating hours pages.
As the announcement notes, the reservation requirement applies to members and season pass holders, so this isn't just a new system for selling date-specific tickets. Reservations will be made via an as-yet-unlaunched online system.
The new reservation system will allow Six Flags to more tightly control the number of people inside its parks without frustrating and disappointing pass members who might come to the park only to be turned away. Six Flags and other theme park companies will need to limit their capacities to comply with the social distancing requirements that most states will implement as a condition of reopening.
Last year, Disneyland introduced an advance reservation system for some of its annual passholders, with its Disney Flex Pass, so this won't be the first time that a theme park's passholders have had to make a reservation in order to use their passes.
Six Flags' theme parks are closed temporarily due to the pandemic, with no reopening dates announced.Tweet
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