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Six Flags - Toys for the Holidays returns for 2010

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  • Six Flags - Toys for the Holidays returns for 2010

    Has anyone been in previous years? I am wondering what attendance is like.






    The season of giving is upon us!! Six Flags, KTLA and UPS have once again partnered up to help spread some holiday cheer and goodwill at the Toys for the Holidays toy drive at Six Flags Magic Mountain!

    Join us on December 4th, 5th, 11th and 12th. When you bring a new, unwrapped toy valued at $15 or more* to the donation booth at Six Flags Magic Mountain on those days, you'll receive a FREE general admission ticket to the park for that day!

    In these harsh economic times more children then ever will likely go without this holiday season. Your toy donation will benefit local children's charities and the Boys and Girls Club of Southern California.

    Share the spirit of the holidays with children all over the Southland and spend a thrilling day with your own friends and family.

    Bring the whole family for a day of fun December 4th, 5th, 11th and 12th and celebrate the season of giving with Six Flags and KTLA!

    * Unwrapped toys must be new and in their original packaging with the price tag or receipt attached

    Toys for the Holidays - ktla.com

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    Re: Six Flags - Toys for the Holidays returns for 2010

    I've been and honestly haven't found attendance to be too crazy.

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      Re: Six Flags - Toys for the Holidays returns for 2010

      Thank you, Sir! :captain:

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        Re: Six Flags - Toys for the Holidays returns for 2010

        ive been also. the right side of the park isn't busy at all, it's mostly walk ons. they are only open 2 days a week anyways.
        i wanna go on dec 5. but on the 4 it might rain.

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          Re: Six Flags - Toys for the Holidays returns for 2010

          I just went to Magic Mt. It was raining but that made everything fun.
          The ups truck was there and the boys n girls kids collect the toys and since that... they commented on how cute my stuffed animals (tigger n pooh) i gave. they don't even check the price. this event is done by hs kids. in fact, i got my toys on clearance.
          there was no crowds at all. the only long line was X2 only because it's new.
          ill post pics later.

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