Is There A Bring A Friend Coupon For Fright Fest Six Flags In Georgia?

We are thinking of buying the season pass at Six Flags Georgia for 2009. It allows admittance to the 2008 Fright Fest. Is there a coupon or a special deal somewhere that would allow a friend in either free or reduced price for this year? I know… I’m cheap .. lol

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2 Comments

  1. peachy92
    Posted October 28, 2009 at 4:30 pm | Permalink

    No. The free tickets you get with the pass are for certain days next year. I was there last weekend, and when I redeemed my pass, they told me I’d get my coupon book of tickets the first time I visit next year.
    However, it is worth the money at the moment. I got admission last week. I plan on going again this weekend. Also, I got discounts on certain purchases, plus those free tickets for next year.

  2. Anonymous
    Posted October 28, 2009 at 4:52 pm | Permalink

    yes and go herehttp://www.sixflags.com/overGeorgia/even…
    it has this on that page
    Six Flags Over Georgia is now selling 2009 season passes for the limited-time only price of $49.99 – the lowest price in four years. Guests who purchase a 2009 season pass will receive unlimited park admission not only in 2009, but also for the remainder of the 2008 season with special front–of–line entrance on Monster Plantation and free admission to see Dr. Fright’s Frightorium Haunted House in 2008. Season pass holders will also be given special exclusive ride times next spring on the all–new Monster Mansion along with the value–packed 2009 coupon book with more than $300 worth of offers including five Bring–A–Friend–Free tickets.

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