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  • [Question] AP processing fee question

    I am going to buy a six flags AP online. At the check out screen their is a 8.95 process fee. My question is if I go to ticket counter instead will I be charged that fee. its only 8.95 but its my 8.95

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    Re: AP processing fee question

    Originally posted by donaldduckfan#1 View Post
    I am going to buy a six flags AP online. At the check out screen their is a 8.95 process fee. My question is if I go to ticket counter instead will I be charged that fee. its only 8.95 but its my 8.95
    Nope. No fee when you buy in person.
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      THey should actually charge the fee if you buy at the box office.
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