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  • Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

    The yearly salutes are back.

    First up is the Veteran's Tribute...

    http://www.knotts.com/special_events/07vet.htm



    November 1 - 22, 2007

    Knott's annual tribute to our Military, past and present. Veterans or current serving military personnel plus one guest get in FREE with proper ID presented at Knott's turnstile (DD214, Veterans Administration Hospital ID or Active Military Service ID.)

    Purchase up to six additional tickets for just $12.95 each.






    And then the Fire and Police Salute




    November 17 - December 21, 2007

    Knott's Annual event honoring Fire & Police Personnel. With proper ID presented at Knott's (employee ID card, paycheck, etc.) fire and police personnel plus one guest can receive free admission. Purchase up to six additional tickets for just $12.95 each.






    If you think you qualify, or know someone who does, check out the links for a flyer with more information, and some other special offers.
    Check out my Theme Park Photos at http://darkbeer.smugmug.com

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    Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

    Missed one more group...


    County Welfare Workers


    November 17 - December 21, 2007

    Free Knott’s Theme Park admission for County Welfare, Human and Public Social Services personnel with valid County photo ID or County pay stub and photo I.D. presented at turnstile. Plus one guest free, and up to 6 additional tickets may be purchased for $12.95 each. Valid November 17 through December 21, 2007.
    Check out my Theme Park Photos at http://darkbeer.smugmug.com

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      Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

      Thanks for posting!

      We take advantage of Knott's generosity each year for the day after Thanksgiving.

      Even though the extra tix used to go for $5, then $10, now $12.95, it is still a huge bargain.

      See you there!

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      • #4
        Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

        I think this is a great thing.......and I think Disney should really do this - not all the time, but during a time in the year - like "For the Month of May...yada yada yada" - It would be a great promotional.

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        • #5
          Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

          ^^^^^^^

          They did for a short time in the recent past.

          It is a nice gesture, and by all means is appreciated.

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          • #6
            Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

            Great thing Knott's does. Just make sure to avoid weekends at Knott's the weekends in December with these promotions AND Toys for Tots the park get's crazy.

            Still please do donate to Toys for Tots, but save the Knott's visit for a non-busy time.

            Magic Mountain does Toys for Tots and the crowds are usually quite managable there.

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            • #7
              Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

              Originally posted by sir clinksalot View Post
              Magic Mountain does Toys for Tots and the crowds are usually quite managable there.
              Actually, SFMM does not do Toys for Tots (The US Marine Toy Drive), instead they team up with Channel 5 (KTLA/CW) and the Boys and Girls Clubs of SoCal. It is still a good cause, buit it was only offered for 3 days in 2006, while the Knott's drive is three weekends (6 days).

              Both are good causes, and once the official info is released by Six Flags, I will post the details, last year it wasn't until after Thanksgiving.
              Check out my Theme Park Photos at http://darkbeer.smugmug.com

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              • #8
                Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

                ^ When did they change that? It was Toys for Tots for years. I wasn't aware of the change. Thanks for the info.

                We always do Toys for Tots. They are usually at our local stores and when we go in, we will let the kids pick out a toy or two for the Tots and give them to the people there. It makes the kids feel good.

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                • #9
                  Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

                  Originally posted by Darkbeer View Post
                  And then the Fire and Police Salute


                  If you think you qualify, or know someone who does, check out the links for a flyer with more information, and some other special offers.
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                  Thanks Darkbeer. We hope to be back the first weekend of December and now have invited one of our co-sons to come along since his dad works for Homeland Security in Anaheim and can get us a discount. Tell Lisa if we come I am ready to ride XCELERATOR with her
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                  • #10
                    Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

                    YAY That means i get in for free

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                    • #11
                      Re: Free Admission to Knott's Bery Farm for Veteran's, Fire and Police information

                      I'm considering going to Knotts sometime this month (both of my parents work for county depts in social services). Does it matter that they're just clerical workers in those dept? They don't have to be like actual social workers or something, right? (The depts are mental health and children/family services).
                      The Toys for Tots offer sounds good too (I have lots of new toys that were bought years ago - but I never opened them, and we want to give them away to charity anyway) but I'm busy during the first 3 weekends of December (Nutcracker...).

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