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  1. I would click 2018. Your example made me lean more towards using 2018 rather than the latter.
  2. Through TPR, my wife and I were able to enjoy a film shoot for the Travel Channel a few years ago. We had a great experience that exceeded our expectations and we are still very grateful for it. We appreciated the opportunity TPR gave their members to enjoy an experience that is not common for the general public. I'm sorry that some people don't appreciate these opportunities given to them but I hope that doesn't stop Robb from providing these experiences to people who would be genuinely grateful for them. Here's a clip from the finished film shoot that we were a part of... thanks again
  3. Thank you everyone for that. I was going through my emails making sure I didn't erase or lose the email in my spam folder. My wife and I are excited to enjoy the day at WCB because it's always a treat to enjoy our home park with so many extra perks! Thanks again to the Alvey's for allowing us to enjoy the park in such a special way. See you all soon!
  4. I got my tickets last week and I was just wondering if this email had the WCB schedule? I checked all my inbox and spam folder but haven't received an email with WCB details yet. Thanks again for the help.
  5. Thanks again for the opportunity to enjoy the park with so many perks... especially with the 4 hour buyout! It's going to be an amazing day. See you all there!
  6. My wife and I are due for another WCB! I think we can make the Six Flags Magic Mountain day... especially if there's 4 hours of ERT. Has there ever been 4 hours of ERT to end the day before? I can't remember, is that a first for WCB?
  7. Thank you for that! The aquarium looks fun and I forgot about Legoland. We'll see if we can add it on.
  8. Sounds good! We did get the 5 day park hopper to make sure we have enough time to enjoy all the parks. We're hoping we don't get too tired of walking throughout the parks almost everyday. I've been checking the weather for those days and it seems it might be mid to high 80's with possible thunderstorms some days. What do you recommend to deal with the weather? Also, any city sites, small theme parks or attractions you recommend?
  9. My wife and I are heading to Orlando next month and we wanted any tips or advice you have and any other attractions you would recommend us to visit. We'll be arriving late Saturday afternoon Sept 5th and leaving early Friday Sept 18th. Here's how our schedule looks like for the trip... Saturday, Sept 5th Arrive in Orlando Sunday, Sept 6th Attend Church then head over to Seaworld Orlando Monday, Sept 7th Labor Day, Shopping day for the wife, Sightseeing Tuesday, Sept 8th Busch Gardens Wednesday, Sept 9th Universal Studios Thursday, Sept 10th Universal Islands of Adv
  10. The way it works is that you buy your discounted season pass online, print the receipt and head off to the park (tell the parking guy that you'll be upgrading to gold and they'll let you park for free). Trust me, Trust me, Trust me Your getting no parking from the parking guy at toll gate until you either pay cash or charge or present your gold parking season pass. Showing your piece of paper is nothing until it has been processed and that covers parking. Your best bet is allow some time and pull into guest pick / up drop / off area and drop a person off and have them go get their g
  11. I went to the park today with my wife around 12pm to process our season pass we bought from the Labor day flash sale. We didn't know that if you buy your season pass online and bring your printed page that has the barcode on it, you can skip the long processing line and head straight to the main gate. You give the attendant your printed page with the barcode, they scan it and ask you to place your right index finger on the scanner. After a couple of seconds you receive your season pass card. No pictures are taken now for a season pass. After the quick and easy process of getting our seaso
  12. ^ Thank you all for the advice! I really appreciate it. You guys are great and thanks for giving me some peace of mind when we decide to go. - Josh (wished there was a scaredy cat emoticon) Escobar
  13. Thank you very much for confirming that information. I was wondering if people leave their sandals at the bottom of the ride (just as strollers are left at Disneyland at the entrance of a ride) but I won't risk it because people do tend to "mistake" things which are not theirs! LOL! I'm kind of a scaredy–cat when it comes to water slides, any advice for a beginner on what to ride first to break the ice?
  14. Hey there guys! I bought a season pass to SFMM two days ago and it includes free admission to Six Flags Hurricane Harbor. I've never been to a water park so I have a couple of questions to ask. I don't like walking barefoot if I don't have to so I heard that you can take "beach shoes" (shoes that have a mesh type outer lining that is pretty much see through) to the park but you would have to take them off once your in line for a waterslide, is that true? If so, where would I store away my "beach shoes"? I've also heard you can wear a t-shirt but you can not wear it on the water slide, is that
  15. WELL IF RCDB SAYS IT Dont sass me Miss, just going by what it says since we have no other info and we kno how cheap Six Flags is... Classic!
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