September 10, 2009
SIX FLAGS NEW ENGLAND ANNOUNCES SEASON PASS SAVINGS
More Flags. More Fun. More Affordable. On Saturday, September 12, 2009
Six Flags New England will lower the cost of a 2010 Season Pass. The Season Pass price will drop from $74.99 to $54.99, the lowest price in years! A Season Pass offers unlimited visits to Six Flags New England and any Six Flags theme park in the United States, five free tickets for friends, more than $300 in savings on in-park food and fun and free access to exclusive Season Pass events. By purchasing now, Season Pass holders will get unlimited visits to this year's Fright Fest celebration — weekends in October.
"This once-in-a-lifetime recession calls for a once-in-a-lifetime deal," said Larry Litton, Six Flags New England Park President. "The 2010 Season Pass tells our most loyal fans that we identify with their need for value-priced entertainment. For the same price as a single-day ticket to Disney, a Season Pass at Six Flags rewards guests with a full YEAR of fun at Six Flags New England — with no blackout dates!”
Six Flags New England features fun for the entire family with 10 thrilling roller coasters including Bizarro voted the #1 Steel Coaster, Batman - The Dark Night and Cyclone; three children's areas including Wiggles World; a vast selection of food and games; meet and greets with Looney Tunes characters and JUSTICE LEAGUE Super Heroes; a sensational concert line-up and the grand return of the Glow in the Park Parade for the 2010 season. New England's largest water park, Hurricane Harbor, has rides and attractions for children as well as the thrill-seeking adult. Hurricane Harbor is free with your season pass.
Six Flags New England's 2010 season runs weekends beginning April 10 through May 23, then daily May 28. The park is also open for spring break April 16 through April 25. For operating hours log onto sixflags.com/newengland.
About Six Flags:
Six Flags, Inc. is a publicly-traded corporation headquartered in New York City and is the world's largest regional theme park company with 20 parks across the United States, Mexico and Canada.