Discounts on Theme Park Tickets
In a recession, what’s better than a deal? I’ll be using this post to share any deals that I come across. And I invite the readers to share any coupons, discounts, or promotions that they find too. In past years, I’ve scanned and posted coupons to parks in my area of the country including Hershey Park, Busch Gardens Europe, & Kings Dominion.
Cedar Fair Parks
Quite a few of the Cedar Fair parks are doing discounts for 4 tickets or more. Availability and prices vary.
4 or more for $24.99 each until July 31st
California’s Great America
4 or more for $24.99 each, until November 1st
4 for $125 total, weekdays until September 7th
Knott’s Berry Farm
4 or more for $29.99 each, until end of July 31 st
Everyone pays kids price, until September 12th
Six Flags Parks
Six Flags America
Buy one get one free at $49.99
Six Flags Great Adventure
Big Six Pack, Visit six times for $49.99
Six Flags Magic Mountain
Buy tickets for $26.99 online. ($53.99 at the park!)
Six Flags Over Georgia
Everyone pays kids price of $29.99
2 Park Unlimited Admission Ticket
Less than the price of a Walt Disney World 1-day ticket with Park Hopper option!
Save $30 per ticket when you purchase online in advance compared to the front gate!
$99.99 Online Go here for details.
Freestyle Music Park
Buy one get one for $17.76 until July 26th
General Discount Ticket & Coupon Tips
Check local grocery stores, pharmacies, and fast food restaurants for discount tickets. Even if you don’t live in the area you’re visiting, with a little internet research you can found out where tickets may be cheaper or what stores offer coupons. I bought my Cedar Point ticket at a Meijer in Sandusky and picked a coupon to Lake Compounce at a Burger King in Connecticut.
When I don’t go the coupon route I head online to save some money. Tickets are always a few dollars cheaper online. (Even 50% cheaper in the case of Magic Mountain above!) So I always buy tickets and season passes through the park’s websites. Just print your tickets out at home and skip the lines at the ticket booth. And, if you forget a ticket or loose them, parks can reprint them at the guest relations desk.
What’s Your Take?
How do you save on theme park tickets? Do you know of any other current promotions? Leave them below or submit them via the contact form and I’ll add them to the post. Also, check out my other Theme Park Tips posts.