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Anyone else think it would be funny if SFMM did the same thing CP did with Maverick where they got rid of the logflume, but kept the station and incorporated it into the new ride?

 

There is so much space around that whole area, they could really liven up that area with a new attraction.

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There was a time in the past where not "everything" opened during the summer.

 

Goliath opened in February, X opened in January, Superman re-opened last March.

 

SFMM is a year-round park so it's quite possible they could open up something in early 2013. Heck, they could even do it late 2012. Open it up on "End of the World" day or something as well.

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If they really do save the station, could the new ride be "pioneered/forest themed"? That's basically the theme for Log Jammer, so if the new attraction for 2013 really is a coaster, I would love to see how everything goes down and transforms.... I could be wrong though and they can tear down the building later on in the year

 

Now I have a question, will the Arcade/Paintball/Necessity Center be moved or will some of it be torn down? Tanks if anyone replies

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For Log Jammer Area: I'm thinking that since the other buildings in that area are still "wilderness" themed (Mooseburger, the theater) that it will remain that theme. Which again, is fine (IMO).

 

For LL:DOD: I'm thinking the buildings will probably stay? I'm going to guess that the Arcade/Paintball will be the queue building and the Necessity Center will be the exit gift shop?

 

Kind of like this. Red is the Queue/Green is the exit to the gift shop. There is going to be a dual loading station (obviously). I'm also thinking they are going to want it to be inside to cut down on the noise from S:EFK. It's loud right there.

 

I'm also interested to see if they are going to bring the "DC Universe" theme all the way out to where LL:DOD is. I mean, you could "technically" have the DC Universe start when you go under S:EFK and start at the end of the games.

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...THEY JUST MIGHT NEED TO OFFER THE GUESTS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE QUEUE AREA AND SHOPS EAR PROTECTION AS ITS LOUD AS HECK THERE ALREADY.... Also the Food Etc restaurant area has been pretty much gutted as was looking for a Turkey Leg Saturday and it was no mas... and only offer was Ben & Jerry.

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There was a time in the past where not "everything" opened during the summer.

 

Goliath opened in February, X opened in January, Superman re-opened last March.

 

SFMM is a year-round park so it's quite possible they could open up something in early 2013. Heck, they could even do it late 2012. Open it up on "End of the World" day or something as well.

X opened in January due to problems that prevented it from opening the previous year and Goliath I imagine was opened early so that it could be the fastest coaster in the world for a little while before Millenium Force took the title for a few months.

 

I think that if they put a post apocalyptic ride in where Deja Vu was they could retheme that corner of the park and it would be a really great marketing move to open a end of the world themed ride or area on the supposed day on which the world will end.

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Does anyone know the prices for Dive Devil? I might actually try to ride that this year at WCB.

Last time I've checked:

Depends on how many people you want to "dive" with. Single is at least $40+. Triple is either $20 or $25 per person. Double is somewhere in between. Ask around for a generous passholder who won't go on Dive Devil to buy your tickets for you and they can use their buy one ride get one ride free. Two back to back rides are always nice!

 

[Edit]: They had this discount in the 2011 coupon books, they haven't given me my 2012 book yet.

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...THEY JUST MIGHT NEED TO OFFER THE GUESTS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE QUEUE AREA AND SHOPS EAR PROTECTION AS ITS LOUD AS HECK THERE ALREADY.... Also the Food Etc restaurant area has been pretty much gutted as was looking for a Turkey Leg Saturday and it was no mas... and only offer was Ben & Jerry.

I agree. I have to cover my ears every single time I walk under Superman.

 

As for Food Etc. being supposedly gutted...was it really? I was at Magic Mountain the same day you were and I saw quite a few people in there eating.

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It is $20 per person for 3 people, $25 per person for 2 people, and $30 for one person.

Makes sense for double and triple. Are you sure single is that cheap?

 

I guess the answer is just come prepared with wads of cash in hand.

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...THEY JUST MIGHT NEED TO OFFER THE GUESTS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE QUEUE AREA AND SHOPS EAR PROTECTION AS ITS LOUD AS HECK THERE ALREADY.... Also the Food Etc restaurant area has been pretty much gutted as was looking for a Turkey Leg Saturday and it was no mas... and only offer was Ben & Jerry.

I agree. I have to cover my ears every single time I walk under Superman.

 

As for Food Etc. being supposedly gutted...was it really? I was at Magic Mountain the same day you were and I saw quite a few people in there eating.

 

 

Yes people in there were either hanging out or eating fries from the french fries kiosk or eating ben n jerrys

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...THEY JUST MIGHT NEED TO OFFER THE GUESTS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE QUEUE AREA AND SHOPS EAR PROTECTION AS ITS LOUD AS HECK THERE ALREADY.... Also the Food Etc restaurant area has been pretty much gutted as was looking for a Turkey Leg Saturday and it was no mas... and only offer was Ben & Jerry.

 

I went in there to get a coke on Sunday and didn't even notice. Interesting.

 

As for the Dive Devil "Buy one get one" coupon, it's in the 2012 book as well.

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No, I got mine at the park on Sunday.

 

And yes, it's getting thinner and thinner, and the coupons are getting suckier and suckier. I don't think we used any last year.

 

I remember in the 90's you'd get at least 2 free parking passes, 3-4 free friends (valid on ANY day) and a whole bunch of other really good ones.

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...THEY JUST MIGHT NEED TO OFFER THE GUESTS AND EMPLOYEES IN THE QUEUE AREA AND SHOPS EAR PROTECTION AS ITS LOUD AS HECK THERE ALREADY.... Also the Food Etc restaurant area has been pretty much gutted as was looking for a Turkey Leg Saturday and it was no mas... and only offer was Ben & Jerry.

 

I went in there to get a coke on Sunday and didn't even notice. Interesting.

 

As for the Dive Devil "Buy one get one" coupon, it's in the 2012 book as well.

 

I started my theme park career in the store right underneath S:TE. It's annoying, but not so loud it's dangerous.

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No, I got mine at the park on Sunday.

 

And yes, it's getting thinner and thinner, and the coupons are getting suckier and suckier. I don't think we used any last year.

 

I remember in the 90's you'd get at least 2 free parking passes, 3-4 free friends (valid on ANY day) and a whole bunch of other really good ones.

 

 

Exactly! To be fair, Cedar Fair doesn't offer any coupons or free friend admissions so what SF does offer is better than nothing.

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No, I got mine at the park on Sunday.

 

And yes, it's getting thinner and thinner, and the coupons are getting suckier and suckier. I don't think we used any last year.

 

I remember in the 90's you'd get at least 2 free parking passes, 3-4 free friends (valid on ANY day) and a whole bunch of other really good ones.

 

I don't think it's fair to try and compare the season pass books of the 90's with the ones handed out now. First off, the passes in the 90s were actual annual passes and charged at a much higher price ($80-$100) compared to now where they're giving you an annual pass for the price of a regular day admission.

 

Also, now, they give you discounts on merchandise and food and you can purchase a season pass parking pass when the old passes didn't offer that.

 

I'd still say SFMM's passes are the best bang for your buck compared to other parks. Knott's and Universal are doing the pass for a price of a regular ticket but with no benefits (Knotts has only 10% at 3 of the parks many restuarants and stores and I swear they're the most expensive). They also charge a fortune to add the ability to be able to go to other CF parks when that is just thrown in with the SF passes (besides the water parks).

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