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Six Flags announces Theme Park VIP Program - 3/16/07

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  • Six Flags announces Theme Park VIP Program - 3/16/07

    Six Flags announced that they will be offering a new VIP program aimed at the high-end theme park goer. It will provide more of a "Concierge" type service for park guests.


    The VIP Program will include:
    • Preferred parking
    • Park admission
    • Front-of-the-line ride access
    • All meals
    • Snacks
    • Games
    • Reserved seating at shows
    • A private character meet-and-greet with guests' favorite Looney Tunes or Justice League character
    • A complimentary photograph with that character
    • A complimentary attraction
    The VIP experiences will be customized to fit each park. For example, at Six Flags Great Adventure a VIP Safari tour will be included or at Six Flags Discovery Kingdom animal attractions will be included.

    For more information, or to arrange for the VIP Program, guests can visit sixflags.com/vip. The VIP Program is suggested for a minimum of four people. The price per person (plus tax) is $249.00 at Six Flags Great America in Chicago, IL; Six Flags Great Adventure in Jackson, NJ; Six Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo, CA; and Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, CA. The price per person (plus tax) is $199.00 at Six Flags America in Washington, DC; Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio, TX; Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville, KY; Six Flags New England in Agawam, MA; Six Flags Over Georgia in Atlanta, GA; Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, TX; Six Flags St. Louis in St. Louis, MO; and The Great Escape in Lake George, NY.



    For more information visit www.sixflags.com




    Photo courtesy of Six Flags Website


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    Re: Six Flags announces Theme Park VIP Program - 3/16/07

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      Re: Six Flags announces Theme Park VIP Program - 3/16/07

      I can't really agree with Cellarhound. A VIP "get ahead of the crowds" program requires crowds for the buyers to feel they're getting their money's worth. That certainly isn't the case at any SF around Disney territory. It doesn't matter if I have a VIP. If X is closed and the line for Tatsu is 15 minutes (or 5+ minutes with a front of the line jump, depending on how many other VIPs there are) because they're only running one car and you just missed it, having a VIP pass is not going to change any of that.

      VIP will not make a ride open. VIP will not add another train to the coaster. VIP will not make the employees friendlier. VIP will not make the food taste better. Et-cetera.

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      • #4
        Re: Six Flags announces Theme Park VIP Program - 3/16/07

        it is a start thou.

        I always went to SF:MM durning the spring break time frame every year. At that point in the year, I would of been more then happy to be a VIP.



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