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Why we go to Six Flags Great Adventure.

A Monthly Membership for Fun We like that we purchased a membership in 2015 and also that the 12 month commitment is almost up because we want to pay for our pass straight from the get go next year so after Jan 2017. The passes are great though especially since we live so close. $50 […] The post Why we go to Six Flags Great Adventure. appeared first on The Art of Money.

We like that we purchased a membership in 2015 and also that the 12 month commitment is almost up because we want to pay for our pass straight from the get go next year so after Jan 2017. The passes are great though especially since we live so close. $50 a month basically and we have most of April-October and December for fun whenever we want it. The passes (whether its a monthly membership or fully paid pass) offer free parking (with a $10 upgrade fee per visit if you want preferred parking which is closer but we only do that when Leigh is feeling a large amount of pain), daily admission to both parks (cant wait for Hurricane harbor to open!) we also have the added dining pass. We each get one lunch, one dinner and a snack. In the height of the six flags season we usually do lunch (11a-3p) at Hurricane Harbor and dinner (4p-8p) at Great Adventure. We also spend the $20 or so dollars to get the season cups. pay once and free refills all summer long! You can also purchase a slightly cheaper cup of a different color and get free refills that day of purchase and then its .99 a refill or $5.99 for a day of drinks. We also can add a shopping pass (for steep discounts and free items) and a photo pass (those photographers are just doing their job and with the photo pass we get unlimited digital photos and physical prints are discounted) While having these passes are a bit out of the budgeting world. for a small payment each month, we have fun, entertainment, food, drinks, and fresh air whenever we want! Other than gas and trinkets, everything is already covered once we step through their gates!

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