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  • [Question] Thinking about buying Knotts passes...

    Well... after many years of having DL annual passes, the hubby is trying to talk me into getting Knotts passes instead. Dland has gotten too expensive for our family of 5. I'm not quite sure how their passes work though. Am I correct that they only sell season passes (Jan-Jan)??? So as the months go by, do they get cheaper? I couldn't find anything on a parking pass. Are they available? We have a 6,4 & 1.5 yr olds. I know they have camp Snoopy but is there much else for them to go on? They're not thrill seekers so any roller coaster is out : ( Thanks now for any help anybody has!

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    Re: Thinking about buying Knotts passes...

    Yesterday was the last day (of course) to get them at $66. The good news is you can still buy one for $89 I think and those have no black out dates. Good luck!!

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      Re: Thinking about buying Knotts passes...

      Haha! Of course! I think I'm going to push for renewing the DL passes... I'm really not feeling Knotts, unless I hear something to change my mind. Thanks for the quick response aashee : )

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        Re: Thinking about buying Knotts passes...

        Originally posted by jbean View Post
        Well... after many years of having DL annual passes, the hubby is trying to talk me into getting Knotts passes instead. Dland has gotten too expensive for our family of 5. I'm not quite sure how their passes work though. Am I correct that they only sell season passes (Jan-Jan)??? So as the months go by, do they get cheaper? I couldn't find anything on a parking pass. Are they available? We have a 6,4 & 1.5 yr olds. I know they have camp Snoopy but is there much else for them to go on? They're not thrill seekers so any roller coaster is out : ( Thanks now for any help anybody has!

        Knotts only offers Season Passes. So if you buy your pass in January or July it will expire on 12/31/13. And the passes go up in price as the year progresses. Just yesterday the passes increased to $72.00 up from $66.99.

        To add Season Parking to your pass it is an additional $55.00.

        And none of the Knott's passes have blackout dates.
        Last edited by Ryan120420; 01-14-2013, 05:25 PM.
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          Re: Thinking about buying Knotts passes...

          LOL....I saw this thread headline from the main MiceChat page and it said only "Thinking about buying Knott's..."

          And I'm thinking, wow, Cedar Fair has a potential buyer for Knott's? LOL

          Yeah, if I was a multi-billionaire, I'd buy Knott's. I'd improve the Ghost Town and Calico Mine areas and increase the number of trees around the property, especially the eucalyptus trees.

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            Re: Thinking about buying Knotts passes...

            LOL Retrocool! I wish I had that kind of $$$ too!!!

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              Re: Thinking about buying Knotts passes...

              Thanks Ryan for the info. I was thinking the price would decrease because you would have less months to visit : (

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