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  1. Not much has changed. They still need money. They are hoping for 2022, but I don't see it happening. "Marshall Dan" has been posting updates on the Fantasy Island memories page on their behalf. here is the latest video from last week: https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=745985259444747
  2. You thought YOUR Six Flags park had bad staffing.... holy crap... https://poststar.com/news/local/great-escape-job-fair-nets-nine-new-employees/article_5495030e-904f-56ad-ac16-86f1248abbd0.amp.html
  3. Acesso Store Protip: when it asks you to register your tickets to a name after you purchase them and before you print them, just put in generic thing like "person 1" / Voucher 2" etc. I think they still print all the buyer details on the tickets now, but just an added safeguard if you need to give the tickets to someone else in your party later, etc. Not that they ever really check the name, but for things like coaster events sometimes they prepare a packet ahead of time for the purchaser of the group so it might be best to call. I don't know how Coastermania works, it's been awhile.
  4. Keep in mind that the $133 3-park ticket does NOT include parking, which is now up to $30/day. If you are parking all 3 days I think its actually cheaper to get the 4 day ticket which DOES include parking. OR, you know, go to Discovery Cove and get the ultimate package, which gives you Discovery Cove and up to 14 days (?) admission to all the FL SeaWorld parks. If you want the "tickets at work" discount on the 3 day ticket.... Go here: https://www.ticketsatwork.com/affiliates/lifecare/packages.php?sub=packages&action=view&id=78
  5. Strictly speaking for the coasters, of all the parks I've been to, Hershey definitely has the most restrictive rides that I can think of. Not just some, but a huge majority. I'm 250ish/6ft and in 2019 I baaaaarely made some of the rides. Even rides that have the same manufacturer / seat designs as other parks are wildly different at Hershey due to shorter seatbelts or necessary "clicks". Not fluffy friendly at all in my experience, unfortunately. Flats I'm not too familiar with, so I can't help you there.
  6. Thanks for this recommendation! Our party of 4 all had a wonderful meal. No complaints whatsoever except I got one of the specials and it contained a crab cake as part of it, however that was the one thing of everything we all had that could have been better. From the bread, to the mussels, to the ribs, to everything else we had, all great stuff! And the service was phenomenal as well.
  7. I wonder what this means for the laser show. They probably won't do it during the week when they close at 7, but will they still do it on the 9pm closes? Just stinks that one of their most unique Six Flagsy things will be so limited if that's the case.
  8. From 10-11:30 the ride lines in the back of the park were non existent today in the morning but it picked up pretty quickly after that. Toro (which opened up late today) had no line when I went a little later on, and Ka was a "walk on and wait" because they had 3 trains going but they were waiting to fill trains up and allowing re-riding. We requested the front but since they needed to fill the vehicles they wouldn't let us wait. We did second row and last row. Damn it's shakey and hurts the front of my shoulders even with my arms down (well.. holding on to my mask) -- 2 rides was enough despi
  9. FYI in case anyone was wondering season passes from parks other than SFGADV will not work for the safari. Our $50 SFA passes were a no go and they wanted to change $50 for the both of us to drive through. No thank you. Memberships will work fine. Doesn't really make sense considering it's normally included with admission with the trucks, but whatever... PS: El Toro is still awesome.
  10. Took us about 5 hours waiting in food lines strictly to use our tasting cards we purchased. The rides, wasn't even going to try. Would have bought QQ but Griffon didn't open until 2 or 3 ish, and then by 5 it looked like it closed down again. Other lines looked crazy. We just stuffed or face with food and alcohol. We'll be back again soon I'm sure to do the rides once pantheon reopens, plus we have rides at two Six Flags parks the next 2 days, so we had an enjoyable day out of the house.
  11. ^ menu looks great, and right down the street from where I'll be staying. While I won't be hungry the night we are doing food and wine, we are driving up the day before and I will probably make it a point to stop in. I'll let you know how it is!
  12. You can get a season pass with parking for $60 good at all SF parks for an entire season A one day ticket would have to be $35 to even break even in one visit due to $25 parking, unless you plan on visiting with someone else who has parking covered, or have kids that don't need parking, etc. I'm guessing one day tickets would be $39 at their lowest but I don't know for sure. +Online fees either way. So at the very least you should still get 1 pass for yourself to come out ahead. No plans to visit a second SF park all season which would guarantee a cheaper rate for anyone and everyone? I'm
  13. I think that's one of the reasons this year they are going with a season pass "with parking benefits", instead of GOLD season pass, because people assumed gold season pass was the same as Gold (+plus) membership, when they are very different things.
  14. That seems like an easy way to abuse the system / share with others, assuming that its not using near field communication like Disney is going to and just using a barcode to scan. Screenshots / etc. That does sound great though. I think at one time SeaWorld did something similar with their one time QQ for individual rides and just pay on your phone no need to pick anything up (Antarctica comes to mind) but I haven't seen that anywhere else. I don't think it lasted long, though. The idea was you saw the line was long do right then and there you purchase your pass, skip the line once, and go on
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