$15 off admission on up to six full-price general admissions
The President announced today a plan to do something to address record gasoline prices -- Six Flags President Mark Shapiro, that is. This spring, he's giving the green light to a new discount promotion for everyone paying more at the pump.
Beginning today, Six Flags (NYSE: PKS) is offering guests $15 off admission on up to six full-price general admissions tickets to any one of Six Flags' thirteen theme parks if they simply show a receipt for a recent gasoline purchase.
"We've seen what's going on with gas prices and we understand the dilemma the American consumer is facing," said Shapiro. "As gas prices go up, Six Flags is the perfect entertainment option for families as more Americans choose to avoid flying and high airfares and take big carloads of family and friends to places more affordable and closer to home."
Six Flags is supporting this promotion with full-page advertisements beginning today in The New York Times and USA Today:
The promotion will be valid through May 29, so Six Flags guests are encouraged to step on it -- and head to their nearest Six Flags theme park.
Rules and Restrictions
Present your gasoline receipt at the ticket booth at any of the 13 Six Flags-branded parks in the US and receive $15 off general admission for up to 6 full price general admissions per gasoline receipt. Coupon is not valid at Six Flags Water Parks, Wyandot Lake, The Great Escape, Frontier City and Enchanted Village. Promotion cannot be combined with any other discount admission including Child, Sr. Citizen, Two-Day, Multi-Park, or Evening Discount Tickets. Not valid on New Jersey Safari or 3 Park tickets. Discount cannot be sold, bartered or redeemed for cash. Coupon valid through 05/29/2006.
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