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Old 06-29-2011, 05:25 PM   #1
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Question Hhn 21 coke code for fl residents??

im tyring to buy tickets online i live in tamarac fl zip code 33321 but i dont have a coke code


also im going on the 9th (a sunday) so why is the express pass 50.99 and not 30.99???
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Old 06-29-2011, 05:34 PM   #2
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im tyring to buy tickets online i live in tamarac fl zip code 33321 but i dont have a coke code


also im going on the 9th (a sunday) so why is the express pass 50.99 and not 30.99???
I thought the Coke codes were released closer to the actual event? And The 9th is also part of a holiday weekend so that's probably why (Columbus Day)

EDIT: It says UPC code, so just type in the bar code of any Coke produt where it says UPC code on the website.
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Old 06-29-2011, 05:39 PM   #3
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im tyring to buy tickets online i live in tamarac fl zip code 33321 but i dont have a coke code


also im going on the 9th (a sunday) so why is the express pass 50.99 and not 30.99???
You can go to any store that sells Coke products for the code. You can not post codes on this board. I doubt the codes are out yet...at least I haven't seen any around my house. They will usually start appearing in mid August.

Where are you looking for the EP price? The two park EP is only $31.99 for October 9th.
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Old 09-05-2011, 12:50 PM   #4
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what do you mean 2 park express pass? the express pass for halloween horror nights is 60 bucks...59.99
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what do you mean 2 park express pass? the express pass for halloween horror nights is 60 bucks...59.99
You asked about the price of the EP for 10/9 but the price you listed was for the regular EP...not for HHN. I was merely comparing the closest price you found but I still don't know where you got $50.99 from.
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http://www.halloweenhorrornights.com...ress_pass.html


i got it from thereeee
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I think you meant $59.99 not $50.99...there is not a $50.99 price on the site.
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whoops! i was typing 0s instead of 9s haha
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sundays are still considered a non peak night but have extended the hours until 1:00 am.

therefore, the increase in the epp for hhn.


i tell ya, sundays used to be a well known secret of a great night for hhn.

the last 2 years, it has been crowded like a friday night.


now we have thursdays as the best non peak night to go with lower crowds and cheaper epp............
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