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Six Flags has a sale on season passes for all the theme parks (prices vary)

Passes bought with this offer must be activated at the local park (by June 23, 2019.) before they can be used at any other Six Flags location.

Choose your local park from the list
https://www.sixflags.com/

Choose from the different packages, some include parking, free drinks, etc
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The Los Angeles Magic Mountain is $90 with free parking and free admission to all parks.

That's pretty slick.

If I had teenage kids in the LA area I would get that for them.
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Depending on your park and your plans it may be a better deal to do the membership, especially if you plan to visit next year as well. Passes (unless bought late in the season) are good for the calendar year, whereas memberships are monthly, with a 12 month minimum commitment. Right now several parks are offering a promotion that gives you 3 extra months free added to your membership once you complete your commitment, so if you started your membership right now you could get 15 months for the 12 month price and get through next summer. That's what I just did and will get visits for 2019 and 2020 for about $10 more per person than it would have cost for the 2019 season pass. Also with my particular park's price and promotion there were some extra's with the membership that made it a better deal even if I didn't plan on going at all next year, such as free preferred parking, free drink bottle with refills, etc. The drinks alone would offset the extra $10ish over the 2019 pass price.
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if you can wait, the labor day sale is better, and passes are good thru the next year.
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if you can wait, the labor day sale is better, and passes are good thru the next year.
At that point, you missed the entire summer season
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Season pass at $90
Gold (free upgrade to Plat) membership at 7.85 * 12 = $94.2

+ some processing fee or something, so the membership seems to be much better. Does anyone know how the friend ticket discount works? Is it 25% off $65 (magic mountain) or is it 25% off the retail price $90? o.o
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The Los Angeles Magic Mountain is $90 with free parking and free admission to all parks.

That's pretty slick.

If I had teenage kids in the LA area I would get that for them.
Ya, since I got a season pass, we go every other weekend. Almost like free entertainment for the whole year
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The only Six Flags park I've been to is Magic Mountain since I have family near there. I rarely go to SFMM because I get bored with the rides after a few times in a row and have no desire to go for a few years until I forget the details. I can't imagine going there every week unless you live nearby, and even if I lived in Valencia I probably wouldn't go more than a few times per year. My 2 day visit was worth about the $99 I paid. The rest of my 2019 season pass to any SF park will waste.

Apart from renaming a few rides, Lex Luthor's Drop of Doom (which I guess replaced Freefall), Crazanity (good), DC Hall of Justice (MM's first and only dark ride), Full Throttle (a big disappointment at the end), and changing the track on Colossus (a big improvement), removing Apocalypse and Green Lantern, nothing else was different from my last visit years ago.

Last weekend they offered the non-gold season pass with free parking for $90. AFAIK. The day after I bought the non-gold pass, the offered the gold pass for the same price. The main difference I could see with the gold is a 5% discount on food, 20% on merchandise, and you get Hurricane Harbor. Since I live far away from SFMM and visit once every 3-5 years, I know I won't use the remainder of my season pass, but it worked out $5 cheaper than a 1-day pass with parking included, and it allowed me to bring someone for free the next day since I was passing by on the way to the airport anyway.

SFMM gets fussier every year. X2 was always ultra fussy not allowing you to wear a small fanny pack nor entering into empty seats afterwards, but now none of the other rollercoasters will let you take a fannypack if they notice it, even if it easily fits. All rollercoasters except X2 used to allow fanny packs or a single rider to ride again in an empty seat (often the case) just a few years ago. Now maybe half of them will allow the latter. In a few more years I expect it to be none. Rules only get stricter and worse. They claim it's for safety, but we all know it's for liability. Green Lantern is gone because somebody sued that it hurt their back. Do people expect "thrill rides" not to jostle them? I'm surprised any rides remain if people will sue for back or neck pains. There were hardly any kids in the park and Bugs Bunny World was a ghost town. It was mostly full of tatooed 18-40 year olds with strange haircuts and many older guys with bald heads and beards. It's a much scarier crowd than Disneyland, but I know to expect that there. Disney has much better parks and less scary looking crowds, but Disney's rides are more boring than SFMM's, and I get bored of SFMM too.

I forgot how rough Viper is and how boring Goliath is. Ninja, Revolution and Gold Rush always were slow. That means X2, Viper, Tatsu, Twisted Colossus, Scream, Batman, Riddler's Revenge, Crazanity, and the super-short Superman are the park's main attractions. I'll visit SFMM in a few more years maybe. By then a plate of popcorn shrimp and some fries with a drink will probably be $20 instead of $13. I took great pleasure in not buying any overpriced food or merchandise at Disneyland or SFMM this last trip. And don't get me started on Universal Studios Hollywood. BORING. Harry Potter and Transformers were the only decent rides. Their Hypogriff rollercoaster was as boring as Gadget's Go Coaster. The Mummy was so short it was practically over before it started. Walking Dead didn't scare me. Other people jumped at the zombie actors. I just stood there and tried to high-five them which they wouldn't do. You can see everything at Universal Boring Studios in less than 8 hours. Those are my opinions.
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if you can wait, the labor day sale is better, and passes are good thru the next year.
Yup, I get them during that sale every year. Best time to purchase them and no blackout dates with tons of bring a friend for free.
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