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andrews_dad
06-21-2009, 09:52 PM
Purchase any $40 of eligible PepsiCo products and a voucher for a free ticket will print out with your receipt. Must use BonusCard (free to sign up). Unlimited tickets. Use any operating day at the park. All of the products are listed n a pull-tab sheet in the stores... Includes cubes of Pepsi products 2 cubes for $11, Kraft Cheeses, Jello, etc.

englishteacha
06-22-2009, 01:38 AM
Do you know how long they are offering this deal?

Halbleib1
06-22-2009, 01:50 AM
I saw this in our Giant paper today. The paper says only through June 27th. I think they ran it longer last year though. The only way to find out is to check the giant ad every week. They offer different deals for Hershey through out the summer. BTW it is only available at the Giant food stores in PA. To view the ad and see what products are included go to giantpa.com. It will ask you for a zip code to find the store you can put in 17404.

karliebug
06-22-2009, 06:31 AM
I did this a few months ago and got my 2 free tickets so it does work.

cjnix29
06-22-2009, 07:12 AM
Where are Giant stores located?

andrews_dad
06-22-2009, 07:56 AM
to find a giant ....

http://www.giantfoodstores.com/shareddev/storelocator/


this is a no-brainer deal if you are a local. if you are a tourist but driving in your own car, i still think it is very much possible to drive to a giant on the way into town, sign up for a free bonus card, and buy lots of non-perishables that qualify. As I stated, you don't have to wait for vouchers. They literally print out with your receipt. Take them to the ticket booth at the park and you are in...

Also, don''t forget about the free preview at the park. Extra time at a un-crowded time to hit some of the rides. I'd call ahead to ensure the vouchers work for the preview, but I'd think so....

Preview Plan - Be Our Guest!

Purchase a regular full-day admission ticket for tomorrow, 2-1/2* hours prior to Park closing, and be our guest FREE for the remainder of that evening. (*3-1/2 hours for 11 pm closing)
6 PM closing Admission after 3:30 PM
8 PM closing Admission after 5:30 PM
10 & 11 PM closing Admission after 7:30 PM

The Preview plan is a SWEET way to maximize your visit. All single or multi-day tickets (including those bought online, via group sales, Giant, AAA, etc) qualify for this SWEET deal! Just present your ticket at the gate after 7:30 PM and enjoy all of the rides and shows all evening long!

andrews_dad
06-22-2009, 08:07 AM
I did this a few months ago and got my 2 free tickets so it does work.

And I did another Pepsi/Hershey/Giant promo that worked. Buy 15 Pepsi-product 20 oz's and get one free ticket, limit of 2 free tickets per household. They were mailed, but showed up in a couple of weeks. My sister is upset that I am racking up all of these free tickets when she sprung for season passes. I am getting there more often that her with all of these Giant promos :rotfl: Yeah, this one is simple. Just fill up your pantry with stuff you eat anyway and get a bunch of free passes. Ask your family and friends to help you out if they might use the tickets.

andrews_dad
06-22-2009, 03:10 PM
I saw this in our Giant paper today. The paper says only through June 27th. I think they ran it longer last year though. The only way to find out is to check the giant ad every week. They offer different deals for Hershey through out the summer. BTW it is only available at the Giant food stores in PA. To view the ad and see what products are included go to giantpa.com. It will ask you for a zip code to find the store you can put in 17404.

I just confirmed. 6/27 is the deadline.

englishteacha
06-22-2009, 03:51 PM
Bummer. We're going in August. Maybe there will be another promo then! :)

CarlisleMom
06-22-2009, 04:25 PM
You have to buy the products this week but when does the admission coupon expire. We are local and plan on going to Hershey Park in July. I'll stock up on things if possible.

pooh136
06-22-2009, 04:44 PM
You have to buy the products this week but when does the admission coupon expire. We are local and plan on going to Hershey Park in July. I'll stock up on things if possible.

I don't have my ad in front of me, but I know it was in September...I'm thinking it was the 26th. I've figured out that by using coupons with this deal that I should be able to get 2 tickets with only spending about $55 on groceries. That's just about the price of one ticket, plus I needed to buy a lot of the stuff anyway for DD's birthday party in a few weeks (cheese, crackers, pepsi, capri sun, etc). I figured I might as well buy a little extra and get the tickets too.

andrews_dad
06-22-2009, 05:35 PM
You have to buy the products this week but when does the admission coupon expire. We are local and plan on going to Hershey Park in July. I'll stock up on things if possible.

valid last day of operating (not halloween fright nor xmas candy lane)

dthogue
06-22-2009, 08:17 PM
The ticket s expire September 4th.

FYI - just a warning, I did this at my Giant today and had about $10.00 worth of coupons for the required items. I checked out and my ticket did not print - they sent to Customer Service to proceeded to tell me that I needed to spend $40.00 AFTER bouns buys and COUPONS. My ad said nothing about coupons, just that you need to spend $40.00 after bonus buys. After 20 minutes of going back and worth they finally printed the ticket for me, but told me that if I wanted more tickets it needed to be after the coupons taken out. I was the 3rd person in line with the same problem.

Tammy

stitchlovestink
06-22-2009, 10:00 PM
Hi,
I am going to Rockvale outlets later this week in Lancaster. Is there a Giant close by there in the Lancaster area? We are going to Hershey later in the summer and I can certainly spend $80 at the grocery store to get two free tix. Then I would only need to buy one. What a deal!

andrews_dad
06-22-2009, 10:09 PM
Hi,
I am going to Rockvale outlets later this week in Lancaster. Is there a Giant close by there in the Lancaster area? We are going to Hershey later in the summer and I can certainly spend $80 at the grocery store to get two free tix. Then I would only need to buy one. What a deal!

to find a giant ....

http://www.giantfoodstores.com/shareddev/storelocator/

put in the zip for rockvale and it will tell you closest. you'll pass plenty of giant's on the way

PaulaSue
06-22-2009, 10:30 PM
I saw this in our Giant paper today. The paper says only through June 27th. I think they ran it longer last year though. The only way to find out is to check the giant ad every week. They offer different deals for Hershey through out the summer. BTW it is only available at the Giant food stores in PA. To view the ad and see what products are included go to giantpa.com. It will ask you for a zip code to find the store you can put in 17404.

Hey reading your post, I used to live in York.:goodvibes

Cool I thought I missed this. Last year it happened before our move and we had TONS of soda to drink so we didn't have to move it. LOL Have passes but tons of friends want to come with the girls so this will help.

Edum
06-22-2009, 10:43 PM
We went last year. It gives you a chance to ride a bunch of the more crowded rides and generally orient yourself before coming back in the a.m. I wish more theme parks would implement something similar.

andrews_dad
06-23-2009, 08:08 AM
The ticket s expire September 4th.

FYI - just a warning, I did this at my Giant today and had about $10.00 worth of coupons for the required items. I checked out and my ticket did not print - they sent to Customer Service to proceeded to tell me that I needed to spend $40.00 AFTER bouns buys and COUPONS. My ad said nothing about coupons, just that you need to spend $40.00 after bonus buys. After 20 minutes of going back and worth they finally printed the ticket for me, but told me that if I wanted more tickets it needed to be after the coupons taken out. I was the 3rd person in line with the same problem.

Tammy

Hmmm. Thanks. I knew it had to be above $40 for bonus buys, but I though coupons did not go into account. Interesting.

delmar411
06-23-2009, 08:20 AM
it's not after coupons. It just that something was wrong in the order or just not programmed to work with the deal. If you check the couponing boards it's working just fine for those who are getting there total down to just tax.

pooh136
06-23-2009, 08:26 AM
Hmmm. Thanks. I knew it had to be above $40 for bonus buys, but I though coupons did not go into account. Interesting.

I just got the first of my tickets last night, and was able to use $15 in coupons. I've read on a different board about people getting their ticket while spending less than $10 after coupons.

pooh136
06-23-2009, 08:31 AM
sorry, double post

pooh136
06-23-2009, 08:39 AM
The ticket s expire September 4th.

FYI - just a warning, I did this at my Giant today and had about $10.00 worth of coupons for the required items. I checked out and my ticket did not print - they sent to Customer Service to proceeded to tell me that I needed to spend $40.00 AFTER bouns buys and COUPONS. My ad said nothing about coupons, just that you need to spend $40.00 after bonus buys. After 20 minutes of going back and worth they finally printed the ticket for me, but told me that if I wanted more tickets it needed to be after the coupons taken out. I was the 3rd person in line with the same problem.

Tammy

I actually have my ticket in front of me and it expires on September 26th. I don't know if different stores are printing them with different dates, but that's what mine says.

I had a problem with my ticket not printing last night, but it was because the Cracker Barrel cheese I bought didn't ring up as the sale price and wasn't coded for the deal. It did take a while to figure out what the problem was, but she never tried to tell me that it was because of my coupons.

andrews_dad
06-23-2009, 11:37 AM
OK. So it looks like I will use my coupons and stick to my guns if they try to tell me that that is not allowed. Looks like what we see on these boards about CS and ticketing folks at Diz sometimes .... you can talk to 3 different employees and get 3 different answers!! Thanks, all. I'll certainly be shopping soon and get a few free tickets (hopefully)!

stitchlovestink
06-23-2009, 03:17 PM
to find a giant ....

http://www.giantfoodstores.com/shareddev/storelocator/

put in the zip for rockvale and it will tell you closest. you'll pass plenty of giant's on the way

Thanks for the link!
I know that you would have no way of knowing this, but I go all back country roads from my house to Lancaster. I come out at the intersection of rt 30 and 896 right there at Rockvale.. I pass lots of Amish schools and farms on my way up though.

Can anyone tell me what Giant of Pa's coupon policy is? Do they double at all? do they take internet ones? thanks so much. I think I'm headed up on Thursday. I might even try to earn 3 tickets.
Oh yeah, and when it says limit of 5 of the pepsi 6 packs. Does it remember that on your card? Like if I got 5 earlier in the day and then went back and got 5 more before heading home, would I get the sale price on the second set? Just thought I'd check that out because we will use those 24oz bottles like crazy. :goodvibes
thanks for the help.

Kycha
06-23-2009, 05:29 PM
Thanks for the link!
I know that you would have no way of knowing this, but I go all back country roads from my house to Lancaster. I come out at the intersection of rt 30 and 896 right there at Rockvale.. I pass lots of Amish schools and farms on my way up though.

Can anyone tell me what Giant of Pa's coupon policy is? Do they double at all? do they take internet ones? thanks so much. I think I'm headed up on Thursday. I might even try to earn 3 tickets.

The closest Giant would probably be the one at 1605 Lititz Pike. It is right off Rt 30...but it's about 5 miles west of Rockvale. So, you'll have to go a little out of your way, but it's not too bad.

Giant's coupon policy is they will double one like coupon only, up to $1. So, if you have a .75 coupon, it will double up to $1, not $1.50. And they do take internet printables.

Have a great shopping trip!

amshowers
06-23-2009, 06:13 PM
I just ordered a bunch of 2/1 A1 coupons to do this deal. I should have them by thursday, so I hope my store has plenty A1 left.

Halbleib1
06-24-2009, 03:47 AM
The closest Giant would probably be the one at 1605 Lititz Pike. It is right off Rt 30...but it's about 5 miles west of Rockvale. So, you'll have to go a little out of your way, but it's not too bad.

Giant's coupon policy is they will double one like coupon only, up to $1. So, if you have a .75 coupon, it will double up to $1, not $1.50. And they do take internet printables.

Have a great shopping trip!

I use internet printable coupons all the time at my Giant. Never have had a problem with it.

Halbleib1
06-24-2009, 03:50 AM
[QUOTE=PaulaSue;32391789]Hey reading your post, I used to live in York.:goodvibes

We moved back to York almost three years ago after having lived in Harrisburg for five years. My husband is from York County but I grew up in Northeast PA. Where in PA did you move to?

ResortsFrmrCM
06-24-2009, 10:30 AM
What a great promotion! We love Hershey and can't wait to go back :goodvibes

Is it one ticket per transaction? If I spend $80 in one shot will 2 tickets print out?

Thanks!

pooh136
06-24-2009, 11:10 AM
What a great promotion! We love Hershey and can't wait to go back :goodvibes

Is it one ticket per transaction? If I spend $80 in one shot will 2 tickets print out?

Thanks!

On the Giant message board that I'm on everyone has done it in seperate transactions. I don't know if it's officially one per transaction, but if there is a problem with the certificate printing it would be easier to go through a $40 receipt than an $80 one.

npmommie
06-24-2009, 11:53 AM
Has anyone been to the waterpark at Hershey( boardwalk)?
do the regular park tickets include the waterpark?

3darlings
06-24-2009, 12:39 PM
Has anyone been to the waterpark at Hershey( boardwalk)?
do the regular park tickets include the waterpark?

General admission includes the waterpark. It is an all for one deal (other than individual special items like a rock wall etc.) By the way, the new wave pool looks great - it is pretty large. Unfortunately it wasn't open when we were there in May (school trip) but you could see it all.

The fine print on the Giant offer says you can get unlimited tickets. I should easily get enough items to get 4 tickets. Hopefully I can do this in one transaction - splitting it up would be a pain. I have never been to Giant before but this offer will get me in! I live in northern DE so I will just drive over the border.

stitchlovestink
06-24-2009, 01:26 PM
The closest Giant would probably be the one at 1605 Lititz Pike. It is right off Rt 30...but it's about 5 miles west of Rockvale. So, you'll have to go a little out of your way, but it's not too bad.

Giant's coupon policy is they will double one like coupon only, up to $1. So, if you have a .75 coupon, it will double up to $1, not $1.50. And they do take internet printables.

Have a great shopping trip!
Thanks Kycha. I knew I could count on a fellow CVSer to help me out. I am going there on the way back. I've already informed my DSis that we are stopping at the grocery store on the way home. I am driving, so she will be my prisioner. ;) She HATES grocery shopping, my BiL is the grocery shopper for their household. Anyway, I did promise that I would have my coupons organized to make it less painful for her. She doesn't mind a few coupons or so, but she hates my stash. I have my own tote bag (lime green from Castaway Key) that is dedicated to just my store coupons. I'm excited and can't wait to get my free tickets. My DD's wanted to know if I could earn 5 tix (we need 3) so that they could each take a friend. :scared1: I know we drink a lot of soda, but geesh. $200 worth of Pepsi. :eek:
If the one you are talking about is near RT 222 and 272, then that is the one I was going to go to. Then I can take RT222 to RT 372 and turn right and head home. Not that far out of my way at all. Hey, I think we should try to do a DisMeet somewhere there around Rockvale or at one of the restaurants in the area? What do you think? :idea: We could probably get Clarabelle to participate too and there are some others on the CVS thread from your area too aren't there?

General admission includes the waterpark. It is an all for one deal (other than individual special items like a rock wall etc.) By the way, the new wave pool looks great - it is pretty large. Unfortunately it wasn't open when we were there in May (school trip) but you could see it all.

The fine print on the Giant offer says you can get unlimited tickets. I should easily get enough items to get 4 tickets. Hopefully I can do this in one transaction - splitting it up would be a pain. I have never been to Giant before but this offer will get me in! I live in northern DE so I will just drive over the border.
bolding is mine...
I'm sorry but this just made me laugh out loud :lmao:. It sounds like you are headed for Mexico! :scared1: Don't forget your passport so you can get back to the other side of the border when you return. :rolleyes1

PaulaSue
06-24-2009, 06:08 PM
The deal is not just on soda, it is flavored water, tea, and TONS of different Kraft products. IT is signed very well at the front of our store display near the produce and they have extra sale adds and also little tearpads listed items in the deal. BE very careful to get correct sizes, ex. Pepsi 24 can box, NOT 12.

I went back today and got 2 more. (I got 1 yesterday without coupons.) I used coupons and did 2 orders to make it easier to shop Coupons don't affect the deal at all. Got a lot of A1 for free.;);)

P.S. About the Boardwalk (We have passes and go often, I wanted tickets for family and friends, we get discount tickets for them but this was much better deal.) it is nice and the lockers rental for the day is $10 or $15 for larger ones. BUT it closes at 6PM sharp so plan well.

mla1977
06-24-2009, 06:13 PM
We did a Hershey/Giant/Kraft promo in the past. We're going over Labor day weekend, so I will be looking into this for this weekend.

Kycha
06-24-2009, 06:29 PM
Thanks Kycha. I knew I could count on a fellow CVSer to help me out. I am going there on the way back. I've already informed my DSis that we are stopping at the grocery store on the way home. I am driving, so she will be my prisioner. ;) She HATES grocery shopping, my BiL is the grocery shopper for their household. Anyway, I did promise that I would have my coupons organized to make it less painful for her. She doesn't mind a few coupons or so, but she hates my stash. I have my own tote bag (lime green from Castaway Key) that is dedicated to just my store coupons.
Lol. I know all about the coupon tote. I have a bunch of them. I change them according to the season or holiday. My DMil makes them for me.

If the one you are talking about is near RT 222 and 272, then that is the one I was going to go to. Then I can take RT222 to RT 372 and turn right and head home. Not that far out of my way at all. Hey, I think we should try to do a DisMeet somewhere there around Rockvale or at one of the restaurants in the area? What do you think? :idea: We could probably get Clarabelle to participate too and there are some others on the CVS thread from your area too aren't there?

Yep. You got the right one. A dismeet sounds great but I'm leaving on vacation in a day. We definitely should plan one for the future though. :thumbsup2

Halbleib1
06-25-2009, 12:48 AM
[QUOTE=3darlings;32415257]General admission includes the waterpark. It is an all for one deal (other than individual special items like a rock wall etc.) By the way, the new wave pool looks great - it is pretty large. Unfortunately it wasn't open when we were there in May (school trip) but you could see it all.


We were just there June 13th for my husbands company picnic and the wave pool was open. It looks larger from a distance than it actually is. Also the waves do not get that big. If you have been to Typhoon Lagoon the waves at Hershey are the size of those that they run all the time. At Hershey the waves run every 10 mins. Also they have a lazy river that just opened as well. We were not impressed with either of these new features. I guess we are jaded after having been to the waterparks at Disney World. Also any kids that can not swim must wear a life jacket in all of the attractions including the wave pool and lazy river. Even if they are riding with an adult. Also you must form a line for the lazy river and they only let you go around one time. They have free life jackets available so if the park is busy pick one up early.

Halbleib1
06-25-2009, 12:50 AM
The deal is not just on soda, it is flavored water, tea, and TONS of different Kraft products. IT is signed very well at the front of our store display near the produce and they have extra sale adds and also little tearpads listed items in the deal. BE very careful to get correct sizes, ex. Pepsi 24 can box, NOT 12.

I went back today and got 2 more. (I got 1 yesterday without coupons.) I used coupons and did 2 orders to make it easier to shop Coupons don't affect the deal at all. Got a lot of A1 for free.;);)

P.S. About the Boardwalk (We have passes and go often, I wanted tickets for family and friends, we get discount tickets for them but this was much better deal.) it is nice and the lockers rental for the day is $10 or $15 for larger ones. BUT it closes at 6PM sharp so plan well.

Some days the boardwalk actually stays open until 8pm so be sure to check out hersheypark.com for correct times. Locker rentals are good for the whole day. Even though the waterpark may close the locker is available until the whole park closes. After the waterpark closes you are still able to walk through this area so it is not a problem getting back to your locker.

CC12005
06-25-2009, 03:49 AM
I've been wanting to visit PA for a little while now. Free tickets would definitely help me bite the bullet. Does anyone know how often Hershey & other PA theme parks offer free deals? Thanks for letting me in on a great tip. Too bad I live in California. No Giants here.

Kimkimba
06-25-2009, 11:34 AM
This is going to be our "vacation" this year, since I can now do it budget. I need 8 tickets (dh, me, and 3 kids going with my toddler free; the other is already out on her own) since we are going to go 2 full days, and I got 4 vouchers last night (my calculations worked out fine and I used numerous coupons). I'm going to go back with lots more coupons to get 4 more vouchers.

We plan on previewing Sunday night and going all day Monday and Tuesday. I emailed Hershey to make sure we could preview and they responded right away:

"Hello,
You will receive a voucher at Giant to bring to Hersheypark to redeem for regular tickets. In order to take advantage of the Preview Plan, just bring your voucher the night that you want to visit the park and you will be set to go with a printed out ticket that you can use that evening as well as the following day.

Thank you for writing,
Hershey Entertainment and Resorts"

npmommie
06-25-2009, 12:46 PM
This is going to be our "vacation" this year, since I can now do it budget. I need 8 tickets (dh, me, and 3 kids going with my toddler free; the other is already out on her own) since we are going to go 2 full days, and I got 4 vouchers last night (my calculations worked out fine and I used numerous coupons). I'm going to go back with lots more coupons to get 4 more vouchers.

We plan on previewing Sunday night and going all day Monday and Tuesday. I emailed Hershey to make sure we could preview and they responded right away:

"Hello,
You will receive a voucher at Giant to bring to Hersheypark to redeem for regular tickets. In order to take advantage of the Preview Plan, just bring your voucher the night that you want to visit the park and you will be set to go with a printed out ticket that you can use that evening as well as the following day.

Thank you for writing,
Hershey Entertainment and Resorts"

Thanks for posting this, I was also wondering about the preview :thumbsup2

andrews_dad
06-25-2009, 03:55 PM
Has anyone been to the waterpark at Hershey( boardwalk)?
do the regular park tickets include the waterpark?

all one. boardwalk is just another section of the main park. boardwalk is not big enough to call a true water park. they claim 14 attractions in boardwalk area but some of those are minor

andrews_dad
06-25-2009, 04:00 PM
i have the tear off here... product include kraft, cracker barrel cheese, jello, breakstones sour cream, county time, kool aid, maxwell house, chips ahoy, ritz, nabisco, digornio, california pizza, oscar mayer, miracle whip, a1, cool whip. plantrs nuts, easy cheese, amp, gaterade, and more. easy to get to 80 or 120 and get some free tickets. i have 2 ... so far,\.

TaraPA
06-25-2009, 05:20 PM
I just got my 2 free tickets yesterday - in 2 separate transactions - only because I couldn't fit 8 cubes of soda plus the other things in my cart! I DID use coupons, my total was under $40 after the coupons (but $40 in promo items before the coupons) - and it DID work for me, printed my free ticket no problem. So perhaps the other poster just didn't have all the promo items programmed in at her store. Mine expire 9/26 (but the kids used them today already!)

There were 2 coupons on the promo items I got - the Planters peanuts had a "Buy 2 get $1 off" coupon on the lid, and the 5-pack Kraft mac & cheese had a "Free Kraft Ranch Dressing" coupon on them. I got several of each, and used those coupons in my transaction as well!

andrews_dad
06-26-2009, 09:00 AM
Time is running out on this promo. I need to make another run out tonight!!!

SamandJakes Mom
06-26-2009, 11:08 AM
does anyone know how much Hershey charges for parking a day? Thanks

npmommie
06-26-2009, 11:14 AM
We got 3 free tickets so far :thumbsup2
my mom did it for me since I don't have Giant here. she did the first one as a $40 transaction, then she did the next day and did $80 and the tickets did not print out.
she had to go to customer service , they checked over the receipt and it was fine and they gave her the tickets. I don't know what caused it not to print they didn't say.

npmommie
06-26-2009, 11:22 AM
Does anyone know if it matters if a child uses one of these regular tickets?

npmommie
06-26-2009, 11:25 AM
does anyone know how much Hershey charges for parking a day? Thanks

PARKING AND TRAM SERVICE
Daily parking fee charged to all vehicles entering Hersheypark. $10.00 per vehicle, $15.00 per camper. No overnight parking. From our parking lots to the Hersheypark Entrance, our tram service runs approximately every 15 minutes from Park opening to closing. Tram destination and departure area is Tram Circle, just outside the Main Entrance. Tram service may be interrupted due to special events.

pooh136
06-26-2009, 11:25 AM
does anyone know how much Hershey charges for parking a day? Thanks

It was $10 last year, I'm assuming it's still the same this year.

TaraPA
06-26-2009, 11:40 AM
Does anyone know if it matters if a child uses one of these regular tickets?

It doesn't matter. Mine went yesterday with the free coupons, one adult (age 12) and one child (age 8). They had no problems at all.

mla1977
06-26-2009, 12:48 PM
I think regular tickets are around $47.

3darlings
06-26-2009, 09:11 PM
I just wanted to thank the OP for letting us know about this. I just went tonight and got 4 tickets. I just stocked up on things we normally use. Now I just have to keep my kids from eating all of it too fast! I have never been to Giant before so I wouldn't have know about this without this board. We will do the preview night for the big rides, use hilton points for a hotel stay that night, and then go early the next day and primarily hit the water park. I love the fact it will all be free (except the parking, food, chocolate, etc.!) FYI, when you do the preview, you only pay for parking at the preview; the next day it is free.

Halbleib1
06-26-2009, 11:10 PM
I think regular tickets are around $47.

Tickets at the gate are 51.95 per adult and 30 something per child 3-9. Children 2 and under are free. You can buy discount tickets at Giant for 40.00 per adult. I do not know if they sell children's tickets or not.

npmommie
06-27-2009, 01:32 AM
FYI, when you do the preview, you only pay for parking at the preview; the next day it is free.

Do you mean when you come back the next day you don't have to pay for parking again?

3darlings
06-27-2009, 11:01 AM
Do you mean when you come back the next day you don't have to pay for parking again?

Yes. I can't remember if they give you a voucher or you use the same parking ticket but you do only have to pay once. It makes the preview a better deal.

npmommie
06-27-2009, 12:51 PM
Yes. I can't remember if they give you a voucher or you use the same parking ticket but you do only have to pay once. It makes the preview a better deal.

thanks for the info :thumbsup2

PaulaSue
06-28-2009, 06:33 PM
Tickets at the gate are 51.95 per adult and 30 something per child 3-9. Children 2 and under are free. You can buy discount tickets at Giant for 40.00 per adult. I do not know if they sell children's tickets or not.

Giant kids tix is 28, save 2 from gate prices. HTHs