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Six Flags Admissions Product Terms & Conditions 

The following terms and conditions apply to all Six Flags admissions products, including, without limitation, annual and seasonal passes by any name, such as the “Ultimate Pass” or “Extreme Pass” (“Passes”), and single day tickets (“Tickets”).  Passes and Tickets, together with any dining pass, shopping pass, or parking pass you purchase for use in connection with a Pass or Ticket, are referred to collectively in this document as “Admissions Products”.  

By purchasing an Admissions Product, you are deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions, as well as our website terms of use at www.sixflags.com/terms-of-use.  Purchase and use of an Admissions Product is subject to the park policies and regulations of each individual Six Flags theme park, water park or other attraction (“Six Flags Attraction”), copies of which are displayed at each Six Flags Attraction and are available upon request. You agree to be bound by these regulations by purchasing or signing up for an Admissions Product. 

Covered Attractions: These terms and conditions apply to Admissions Products for the following Six Flags Attractions: Six Flags Over Texas (Arlington, TX); Six Flags Over Georgia (Austell, GA); Six Flags St. Louis (Eureka, MO); Six Flags Great Adventure (Jackson, NJ); Six Flags Magic Mountain (Valencia, CA); Six Flags Great America (Gurnee, IL); Six Flags Fiesta Texas (San Antonio, TX); Six Flags America (Upper Marlboro, MD); Six Flags Discovery Kingdom (Vallejo, CA); Six Flags New England (Agawam, MA); The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom (Queensbury, NY); Six Flags Mexico (Mexico City, Mexico); La Ronde (Montreal, Canada); Hurricane Harbor Arlington (Arlington, TX); Hurricane Harbor Chicago (Gurnee, IL); Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles (Valencia, CA); Six Flags White Water Atlanta (Marietta, TX); Hurricane Harbor New Jersey (Jackson, NJ); Hurricane Harbor Oaxtepec (Oaxtepec, Mexico); Waterworld Concord (Concord, CA); Six Flags Darien Lake (Darien Center, NY); Six Flags Frontier City (Oklahoma City, OK); Hurricane Harbor (Oklahoma City, OK); Hurricane Harbor (Phoenix, AZ); Hurricane Harbor Splashtown (Spring, TX); and Hurricane Harbor (Rockford, IL). 

Validity Period 

Pass Valid Until Dates: A Pass is valid from the time it is purchased until the end of the stated period for such Pass.  For e.g. a Pass for a park’s operating season will be valid from the date purchased to the end of the calendar year during which it was purchased, while a spring or summer pass would be valid from the date purchased to the stated end of such season.  Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the foregoing, the official expiration date of a Pass is as set forth in the online portal associated with the particular Pass at sixflags.com/pass (or as provided by Guest Relations for Passes purchased at a Six Flags Attraction). In the event of any conflict regarding the expiration date of a Pass, the expiration date provided either in the online portal or by Guest Relations shall control. Passes can be used up to and including the ‘valid until’ date provided in connection with a particular Pass. 

Single Day Ticket Valid Until Dates:  Six Flags single day tickets are only valid for admission on the date printed on the front of the Ticket, unless you have purchased an any day ticket, which entitles you to admission one-time on any public operating day in the operating season in which the Ticket is purchased. 

Admission to Six Flags Attractions 

Home Park Admission: An Admissions Product is valid for admission at the Six Flags Attraction from which it was issued (the “Home Park”), subject to the operating calendars of the Home Park and any applicable exclusion dates as published on www.sixflags.com.  An Admissions Product grants a revocable license to the holder for admission and use of all open rides (unless restricted by conditions which could ultimately prohibit someone from riding safely, including but not limited to height, weight, age, physical limitations such as pregnancy and heart conditions, or observed appropriate behavior), shows and attractions on any regularly-scheduled operating day of the season to the Home Park.  

An Admissions Product is valid for only one visit per day, and a re-admission hand stamp is required for same day re-entry. An Admissions Product does not include admission to park areas not open to the general public or requiring a separate admission fee. Fees for parking, food, merchandise, games, pay-per-experience attractions, concerts and special events are not included unless otherwise stated. 

Six Flags, in its absolute discretion, reserves the right to vary the opening and closing dates of the Six Flags Attractions and to close, remove or cancel all or any part of the rides, events or facilities within the Six Flags Attractions for any reason including, but not being limited to technical, health and safety and/or operational reasons or due to special events or private functions. For the avoidance of doubt, the full value or any part of the value of the Admissions Product will not be refunded nor will any compensation be payable if any of the Six Flags Attractions become unavailable or if any part of any of the Six Flags Attractions are closed or removed from the Six Flags network of parks.  

Admission to Other Six Flags Attractions besides the Home Park

Admissions Products are not valid for admission at Six Flags waterparks or other attractions unless it is specifically included as a benefit of the purchased Pass type (for example, an Ultimate Pass includes admission to all parks, regardless of purchaser’s Home Park). 

Other Admissions Conditions: Admissions Products are not valid for private events, park buyouts, or events that require a separate admission. Admission to certain rides, shows, attractions, special events and concerts may require an additional charge or be subject to pre-sold admission. All operating dates and hours are subject to change without notice. All rides and attractions are subject to closings and cancellations for weather or other conditions. Restrictions apply including, but not limited to, capacity constraints and other closures. Admissions Products do not guarantee Home Park admission, especially during high attendance periods.  Management of each Six Flags Attraction reserves the right to refuse admission for any reason as provided by such Six Flags Attraction’s regulations.  

Admissions Product are non-transferable, non-refundable, non-exchangeable and not valid for cash. Unless stated otherwise, Admissions Products cannot be used in conjunction with any promotional offer, voucher or advance booking or with any other offer, discount or retail/restaurant incentive except those specifically designated for Pass holders. Unauthorized resale is prohibited.  

Blockout Dates: Some Admissions Products may be subject to admission “blockout dates” during which the Admissions Product is not valid for admission. Reasonable efforts will be used to post these blockout dates on the Six Flags website with as much advance notice as is practicable or they will be stated with the Pass description.  

Identification Cards 

Pass IDs: Each Pass holder will be provided with a Photo Identification Card (a “Pass ID”) which is used to authenticate each Pass holder and ascertain their eligibility for admission, benefits and other services. A Pass holder must bring their Pass ID card with them whenever they visit a Six Flags Attraction and must be willing to present it to park personnel when asked.  Pass IDs are nontransferable and may only be used by the specific individual the Pass ID was assigned to. Any attempt to gain admission to the Park using a Pass ID by a guest to whom the Pass was not originally issued will result in immediate confiscation of the Pass without refund.  Pass IDs are the property of Six Flags and must be surrendered to Six Flags upon request.  Pass IDs may not be used for commercial purposes and are void if altered or misused. Lost passes are subject to a replacement fee.


Photos on file for active Pass holders must be periodically updated with current photos. At this time, adults must replace their photos every ten (10) years and children (under the age of 18) must replace their photos every three (3) years. Further identification may be required. Pass holder photos are automatically destroyed within one year following the cancellation/expiration of a Pass holder’s account. 

Pass Holder Registration and Communication 

Pass Registration Requirement: Each Pass holder is responsible for registering their Pass by providing their true first name and last name; their date of birth; their residential address; a valid contact number; and a contact email address (if they have one). In the event that the Pass holder is under the age of 13 then the parent should provide their own contact email address and not an address for the child. 

Six Flags is entitled to use Pass holder’s registration and purchase details, including without limitation first name and last name, address, telephone number, email address and items purchased and cost of each item, to contact them in relation to service information, including, but not being limited to, information about changes to these terms and conditions, and expiry. Six Flags may also use the Pass holder’s registration and purchase details to contact them with information and special offers from or about Six Flags Attractions. 

Communications: Pass holders will be eligible to receive periodic mailers and newsletters and other communications about Six Flags, other Six Flags affiliated products and services and select unaffiliated, third party Pass holder offers, including information about events, products, opportunities, services and special offers and discounts available to Pass holders. Pass holders may also be sent information about special events, products, services and offers based on their activities at Six Flags theme parks (e.g., purchase transactions, ride usage, etc). These communications may be sent by postal mail (one mailing per Pass holder household/address) or by email, based on the contact information provided to Six Flags. Pass holders may receive these communications from any subsidiary and affiliated entity of Six Flags Entertainment Corporation. 

Pass holders may choose not to receive these communications by logging into the Six Flags Pass holder Portal and changing account preferences. Please be aware that if you do not allow us to send you certain communications, we may not be able to deliver information to you about special Pass holder events and opportunities, or about products and services that may take into account your interests and preferences. 

Address Change: Please report a change in your address immediately to the Pass holder support team. Changes can be made at the Pass holder Processing Center or by updating your information via the Pass holder Portal at sixflags.com/pass. 

Parking benefit 

Unless included as a stated benefit of the Admissions Product purchased, use of Six Flags parking lots is not included with the price of the Admissions Product and requires payment of an additional fee at the time of parking lot entry. A Parking Benefit is a feature that is included with some (but not all) Pass types Pass holders unsure of whether or not their Pass includes the Parking Benefit may contact Park Guest Relations to confirm.  

Admissions Product holders without the Parking Benefit may either pay to the Six Flags parking facilities each time they visit the park at the posted parking rates, or they may purchase a Six Flags Parking Pass. Different Parking Passes may offer different levels and types of parking benefits. 

Unless otherwise stated at the time of purchase, the Parking Benefit associated with a Pass is valid for parking for one (1) standard vehicle only at pay-on-entry lots owned and/or operated by Six Flags. Oversized vehicles and preferred parking spaces may require an additional fee. Availability of parking is not guaranteed, and is subject to capacity and applicable Blockout Dates. The Parking Benefit may only be used in conjunction with visits to Six Flags theme parks and attractions and may not be used for visits to non-Six Flags properties. Pass holder must be in vehicle and present their valid Pass Card at time of entry to receive the parking benefit. Further photo identification may be required. The parking benefit will expire when the Pass it is associated with expires. 

The Parking Benefit is nonrefundable, nontransferable and may not be redeemed for cash. 

Parking Block Out Dates: Some Passes are subject to Parking Block Out Dates. These are dates when a Pass holder may use their Pass to visit the Park but cannot use any associated Parking Benefit.  In these instances, the Pass holder with the Parking Benefit may either be denied use of the Park parking facilities entirely (such in the case of a special event) or they may be required to pay for parking at the posted public rate. Whether or not a Pass is subject to Parking Block Out Dates will be stated at the time of purchase. Specific Parking Block Out Dates are listed on the Six Flags website. 

Other Benefits (Non-Admission Related) 

Use of In-Park Pass Holder Benefits: A Pass holder must present his/her valid Pass ID and valid photo identification prior to purchases to receive any applicable benefits and discounts. Benefits and discounts are nontransferable and may not be combined with any other offer or promotion. Such benefits and discounts are for personal use only and may not be used for any commercial purpose including, without limitation, to obtain or purchase items or services with the intent to resell such items or services. 

Benefits and discounts are determined solely by Six Flags or the applicable location/store owner and may change without notice. 

Merchandise Discounts: Merchandise discounts may not be valid for: original or consignment art; select limited editions; select collectibles and specialty items (including, without limitation, one-of-a-kind art, Six Flags-branded original art, celebrity memorabilia, framed Six Flags Gift Cards, framed ticket media, handmade products (physically touched by an artist/vendor); cameras (digital/video/disposable and film); sundries; tobacco; alcohol; newspapers/periodicals; books; personalization including embroidery and D-Tech Me figures; outdoor vending; postage stamps; rentals (e.g., strollers, ECV); pantry/prepared foods; electronics (MP3 players/video players/video games/CDs/DVDs/videos/software media); treatments and cosmetics; special orders; purchase-with-purchase offers; gift cards; gift certificates; Park admission; ticket media; arcades; previous purchases; shipping or taxes, or on phone, email, online or mail order purchases. Merchandise discounts are valid at select Six Flags owned and operated stores and locations. 

Dining Discounts: Dining discounts are valid at select Six Flags owned and operated restaurants and locations and are not valid on alcoholic beverages, tobacco products, room service, holiday buffets, taxes or gratuities. From time to time, select third parties may also offer discounts/benefits to Pass holders and such offers shall be solely the responsibility of such third parties without any liability to Six Flags or its affiliates. Please ask about any applicable discounts at a location prior to purchase. 

Third-Party Benefits: Pass holders may receive discounts and/or benefits from third parties. Such third parties are subject to change.  Six Flags is entitled to remove and/or withdraw any or all third party discounts and/or benefits in its absolute discretion at any time and for any reason. 

Improper Behavior 

An Admissions Product is a revocable license and may be confiscated with no refund of purchase price. 

Violation of Park Rules: Violation of park rules will result in expulsion. A copy of park rules is available upon request. Conduct that is disorderly, disruptive or in poor taste is prohibited. Clothing with inappropriate/offensive words, phrases or graphics are prohibited. While at any Six Flags Attraction (with the exception of waterparks, as appropriate), shirts and footwear with soles must be worn at all times. 

Pass Sharing:  Passes are non-transferable and cannot be sold, loaned or given away to be used by a third party. Any use of a Pass in breach of these terms and conditions or the relevant Six Flags Attraction regulations will result in the Pass being revoked without compensation. For the avoidance of doubt, Pass sharing is a breach of these terms and conditions and any attempted use of a by someone other than the identified Pass holder, regardless of reason, will result in the Pass being revoked without compensation to the Pass holder. 

Suspension: If a Pass holder is suspected of violating any of these terms or any other rules, regulations or policies of the Six Flags Attraction, Six Flags may suspend the Pass held by such person or persons subject to Six Flags’ investigation of the alleged violation. Six Flags will continue to collect any payments due, during any such period of suspension. Upon the conclusion of the investigation and depending upon the findings of such investigation, the suspended Pass will either be reinstated and extended to cover the period during which such Pass was suspended, reinstated without extension for the suspension period, or immediately revoked. In any event, Six Flags will continue to collect all amounts due under any applicable purchase financing agreement in place. 

Cancellation or Revocation: Admissions Products provide the holder with revocable privileges which may be cancelled or revoked by Six Flags at any time without notice or refund. The Admissions Product Pass holder may also be removed from the park for any misuse, failure to abide by applicable terms and conditions or conduct detrimental to the park, including theft of property or services, violation of Federal, State and Local laws, assisting any person to obtain unauthorized entry, violation of park rules, safety procedures, vandalism, disorderly conduct, intoxication, and possession of intoxicating liquors (except as properly purchased within the park with valid identification and used in a responsible manner), drugs or weapons.  

An Admissions Product that is discovered to have been purchased through illegal methods will be revoked without compensation. 

In the event that an Admissions Product is cancelled or revoked Six Flags will either continue to collect all remaining payments when due or declare the entire unpaid balance due immediately due and payable. 

Governing Law, Jurisdiction and Venue 

These terms and conditions will be governed under the laws of the State of New York without regard to any conflict of law principles. You agree that any action at law or in equity arising out of or relating to these terms and conditions that is not subject to arbitration shall will be filed, and that venue properly lies, only in state or federal courts located in the borough of Manhattan, New York, New York, United States of America and you consent and submit to the personal jurisdiction of such courts for the purposes of litigating such action. However, we retain the right to bring an action in any jurisdiction where we believe that infringement of these terms and conditions is taking place or originating. 



EXCEPT AS EXPRESSLY NOTED BELOW, ANY DISPUTE BETWEEN YOU OR ANY OTHER ADMISSIONS PRODUCT HOLDERS FOR WHOM YOUR PURCHASED AN ADMISSIONS PRODUCT AND SIX FLAGS OR ANY OF ITS SUBSIDIARIES OR AFFILIATES ARISING UNDER, OUT OF, IN CONNECTION WITH THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, THIS SITE, CONTENT, OR SIX FLAGS’ OR ITS SUBSIDIARIES’ OR AFFILIATES’ APPLICATIONS, PRODUCTS OR SERVICES MUST BE SUBMITTED TO BINDING ARBITRATION UNDER THE AUTHORITY OF THE FEDERAL ARBITRATION ACT. The dispute must be arbitrated in accordance with the then current rules and procedures cited below and under the auspices of the American Arbitration Association (“AAA”), except to the extent the rules and procedures are modified by these terms and conditions.  This arbitration agreement is intended to be broadly interpreted, and will survive termination of these terms and conditions. 

The arbitration agreement in these terms and conditions is governed by the Federal Arbitration Act (“FAA”), including its procedural provisions, in all respects. This means that the FAA governs, among other things, the interpretation and enforcement of this arbitration agreement and all of its provisions, including, without limitation, the class action waiver discussed below. State arbitration laws do not govern in any respect.

The following disputes and/or claims are expressly excluded from this binding arbitration provision:

  1. A dispute or claim you may assert in small claims court if your claims apply; and
  2. A dispute or claim relating to the enforcement of Six Flags’ intellectual property rights.

A party who intends to seek arbitration must first send to the other, by certified mail, a written Notice of Dispute (“Notice”). The Notice to Six Flags should be addressed to: General Counsel, Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, 1000 Ballpark Way, Suite 400, Arlington, Texas 76011 (the “Notice Address”). If, through good faith, informal negotiation, Six Flags and you do not reach an agreement to resolve the dispute within thirty (30) days after the Notice is received, you or Six Flags may commence an arbitration proceeding. This informal negotiation requirement is designed to allow the Six Flags (or you, in the case of a Dispute Six Flags asserts against you) to make a fair, fact-based offer of settlement if it chooses to do so. You or Six Flags cannot proceed to arbitration before the end of the informal negotiation period. If you or Six Flags proceed to arbitration without providing a compliant Notice of Dispute and waiting until the conclusion of the informal negotiation period, a court may enjoin the filing and order the party that has not followed the informal negotiation process to reimburse the other party for any arbitration fees and costs already incurred. The compliance of a Notice of Dispute, including whether a Notice of Dispute contained all required information, is an issue to be decided by a court.  If the parties discuss potential settlement during the informal negotiation period, any settlement terms offered by one party to the other shall not be communicated to the arbitrator.

The arbitration will be governed by the Commercial Dispute Resolution Procedures and the Supplementary Procedures for Consumer Related Disputes of the AAA (the “AAA Rules”), as modified by these terms and conditions, and will be administered by the AAA. The AAA rules are available on line at www.adr.org.


THE ARBITRATION PROCEEDINGS IN THIS SECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED ON AN INDIVIDUAL BASIS ONLY. Under no circumstances does Six Flags consent to have any Disputes arbitrated using class action procedures, even if the arbitration provider has rules permitting class arbitrations.


For Disputes in which the claimant seeks less than USD $10,000, the arbitrator will decide the matter solely on the basis of written submissions, without a formal hearing, unless the arbitrator decides that a formal hearing is necessary. For matters in which the claimant seeks USD $10,000 or more, or smaller matters in which the arbitrator determines a hearing to be necessary, hearings shall be conducted by video or telephone, unless the arbitrator determines an in-person hearing to be necessary. If an in-person hearing is required and you reside in the United States, the hearing will take place in New York County, New York, unless the arbitrator determines that this would pose a hardship for the claimant, in which case the in-person hearing may be conducted in the claimant’s state and county of residence. For residents outside the United States, arbitration shall be initiated in New York County, New York, and you and Six Flags agree to submit to the personal jurisdiction of the federal or state courts located there, in order to compel arbitration, stay proceedings pending arbitration, or confirm, modify, vacate or enter judgment on the award entered by the arbitrator.


To the fullest extent allowed by applicable law, the arbitrator may award injunctive relief only in favor of the individual party seeking relief and only to the extent necessary to provide relief warranted by that party’s individual claim. 


If you are a resident of the United States, arbitration shall take place at any reasonable location convenient for you.


Arbitration fees shall be paid as provided for by the AAA Rules. 


Except for the enforcement process described below, the decision of the arbitrator will be final and binding on all parties to the dispute; however, the arbitrator is bound by the terms of these terms and conditions. The arbitrator must also follow the applicable law and may not disregard the law based on principles of justice or equity which are not a specific part of the applicable law.  The arbitrator will have no authority or power to make any award that extends, modifies or suspends any reasonable standard of business performance set by Six Flags.  Further, to the fullest extent allowed by applicable law, the arbitrator may not assess punitive or exemplary damages.


A judgment may be entered upon the arbitration award and enforced in accordance with the Federal Arbitration Act and applicable rules of arbitration.


You agree that these terms and conditions evidence a transaction involving interstate commerce and will be governed by and construed in accordance with federal law to the fullest extent possible.

Coordinated Filings

If 25 or more Notices of Disputes are sent that raise similar claims and have the same or coordinated counsel, these will be considered “Coordinated Cases” and will be treated as mass filings or multiple case filings according to the AAA Rules, if and to the extent Coordinated Cases are filed in arbitration as set forth in this Agreement. Six Flags or you may advise the other of its or your belief that cases are Coordinated Cases, and disputes over whether a case or cases meet the contractual definition of “Coordinated Cases” will be decided by the arbitration provider as an administrative matter. Demands for Arbitration in Coordinated Cases shall only be filed with the arbitration provider as permitted by the bellwether process set forth below. Applicable statutes of limitations will be tolled for claims asserted in a Coordinated Case from the time a compliant Notice of Dispute has been received by a party until, under the terms of this Agreement, the Coordinated Case may be filed in arbitration or court.


Once counsel in the Coordinated Cases has advised Six Flags that all or substantially all of the Notices of Dispute have been provided, counsel for the parties shall confer in good faith regarding the number of cases that should proceed in arbitration as bellwethers, to allow each side to test the merits of its arguments. If counsel for the parties do not agree on the number of bellwethers, an even number shall be chosen by the arbitration provider as an administrative matter (or, in the arbitration provider’s discretion, by a process arbitrator). Factors that the arbitration provider may consider in making this decision include the complexity of the dispute and differences in facts or applicable laws among various cases. Once the number of bellwethers is fixed, by agreement or by the arbitration provider, each side shall select half that number from among the claimants who have provided compliant Notices of Dispute, and only those chosen cases may be filed with the arbitration provider. The parties acknowledge that resolution of some Coordinated Cases will be delayed by this bellwether process.


Once all bellwether trials have concluded (or sooner if the counsel for the claimants and Six Flags agree), the parties must engage in a single mediation of all remaining Coordinated Cases, with each side paying half the applicable mediation fee. Six Flags and counsel for the claimants must agree on a mediator within 30 days after the conclusion of the last bellwether trial. If counsel for Six Flags and claimants cannot agree on a mediator within 30 days, the arbitration provider will appoint a mediator as an administrative matter. Six Flags and counsel for the claimants will cooperate for the purpose of ensuring that the mediation is scheduled as quickly as practicable after the mediator is appointed.

If the mediation does not yield a global resolution, this arbitration requirement shall no longer apply to Disputes that are the subject of Coordinated Cases for which a compliant Notice of Dispute was received by the other party but that were not resolved in bellwether proceedings. Such Disputes may be filed only in the state courts in Tarrant County, Texas, or if federal jurisdiction exists, in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas, and you consent as part of the Terms to venue such cases exclusively in these courts. Nothing in this paragraph shall be construed as prohibiting either you or Six Flags from removing a case from state to federal court if removal is allowed under applicable law. To the extent you are asserting the same claims as other persons and are represented by common or coordinated counsel, you agree to waive any objection that the joinder of all such persons is impracticable. If a formerly arbitrable Dispute is brought in court, claimants may seek class treatment, but to the fullest extent allowed by applicable law, the classes sought may comprise only the claimants in the Coordinated Cases who provided compliant Notices of Dispute, and any party may contest class certification at any stage of the litigation and on any available basis.  


A court shall have authority to enforce this bellwether process and may enjoin the filing of lawsuits or arbitration demands not made in compliance with it.


Future Terms Changes


Although Six Flags may revise the Terms in its discretion, Six Flags does not have the right to alter the Terms to arbitrate or the rules specified herein with respect to any Dispute once that Dispute arises if such change would make arbitration procedures less favorable to the claimant.  Whether charged procedures are less favorable to the claimant is an issue to be decided by the arbitrator, and if multiple claimants are proceeding in Coordinated Cases, the applicability of revised terms to the Coordinated Cases will be decided by the arbitration provider as a process matter.


Class Action Waiver

To the maximum extent permitted by applicable law, for any case not subject to the requirement to arbitrate (except to the limited extent discussed above for Coordinated Cases), you and Six Flags will only bring disputes, claims, or controversies between you and Six Flags in an individual capacity and shall not:


  • seek to bring, join, or participate in any class or representative action, collective or class-wide arbitration, or any other action where another individual or entity acts in a representative capacity (like private attorney general actions); or
  • consolidate or combine individual proceedings or permit another to do so without the express consent of all parties.



Other Terms & Conditions 

Permission to Film or Videotape: Entry into any Six Flags Attraction constitutes consent for Six Flags to use any film, video or reproduction of image and/or voice of an Admissions Product holder for any purpose whatsoever without any payment to the Admissions Product holder. 

Security Screening: Prior to entering the park all guests  must go through a bag check and metal detection screening, and you hereby consent to doing so.   

Assumption of General Risk/Limitation of Liability:  You acknowledge and agree to assume the inherent risks associated with attendance at the park and the use of all rides and attractions, and agree to  read and obey all safety signage, instructions and rules.  Such risks include bodily or physical injury or harm or death that may be caused by or arise or result from or be attributable to the use of or participation in or on any attraction, particularly for those for whom normal operation of any attraction may be hazardous, including those who are pregnant, have a heart condition, have neck or back problems, are subject to motion sickness, or have other health problems that may make them more vulnerable to injury.  Other risks of attending large outdoor venues include, injuries from exposure to the elements, such as rain, cold, excessive heat or the weather in general, and injuries or illness sustained due to your own personal negligence and/or the negligence of others, including running, jumping, engaging in altercations with other patrons or otherwise behaving recklessly in the park, and illness resulting from your failure or the failure of other patrons to abide by our health declaration policies.  You are responsible to know your own health and physical condition and limitations and the health and physical condition and limitations of any minor under your care or supervision. If you ride or use, or you permit any minors under your care or supervision to ride or use, any attraction, you or they do so at your or their own risk.  Six Flags assumes no responsibility for accident or loss to any person in connection with the condition or use of the park, rides and amusements or their entrance into or departure from the park.  You hereby irrevocably release Six Flags and its affiliates and their respective employees, agents, representatives, contractors, subcontractors, successors, heirs, and assigns from, and hold them harmless for, all losses, damages, costs, expenses, claims, demands or causes of action whether known or unknown, suspected or unsuspected, arising out of your attendance at, and use of, the Park, except to the extent caused by Six Flag’s gross negligence or willful misconduct.   

Lost Property: Six Flags is not responsible for lost or stolen property. An Admissions Product holder must abide by any rules and regulations applicable to the Six Flags Attraction or to the use of the Admissions Product as promulgated by Six Flags from time to time. 

Pricing: Six Flags is entitled, in its absolute discretion, to change the price payable for its Admissions Products at any time and for any reason and may from time to time offer pricing or promotional offers at specific Six Flags Attractions, online, via telephone or through third party channels. Tube and other rentals, merchandise, food, games and arcades require additional fees. 

Refunds: Refunds are not available in any circumstances. This does not affect your statutory rights as a consumer. 

Miscellaneous: All terms, conditions and benefits including, but not limited to, admission privileges, Blockout Dates, prices, Pass type availability, parking locations, benefits and discounts are subject to restrictions, availability, and change or cancellation without notice at any time. (1) Six Flags reserves the right to vary these terms and conditions by giving Pass holders no less than 30 days’ written notice of such variation by using the details provided during the purchase or Pass holder registration process. (2) Six Flags may delay or waive enforcement of any of the provisions of these terms and conditions without losing its right to enforce the same or any other provision later; (3) Pass holders waive the right to receive notice of any waiver or delay or presentment, demand, protest or dishonor; (4) should any term herein be deemed invalid or unenforceable, the remaining terms shall remain in full force and effect; and (5) you will send any legal notice or other notice or information that you are required by law to provide or deliver to Six Flags by first-class mail, or by recognized commercial overnight courier, to the following address: Six Flags Support Center, 1000 Ballpark Way, Suite 400, Arlington, TX 76011.  


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