Cedar Point Season Passes Now on Sale

Park’s new Instant Renewal program saves times and money.

Friday, September 10, 2010 8:02 AM

Cedar Point Press Release

SANDUSKY, Ohio – This is the best time to save money on a full summer of fun.  Cedar Point Season Passes and Cedar Fair Platinum Passes for 2011 are now on sale for the lowest prices of the season!

Cedar Point Season Passes can be renewed online or at the park during regular operating hours for only $95, a savings of $11!  With the park’s new Instant Renewal program, season passes can be renewed without taking new pictures or filling out forms.  It saves time and money!

A new Cedar Point Season Pass can also be purchased at a savings.  Cedar Point Season Passes are now available for only $99.99, a savings of more than $6 per pass.  Plus, anyone who buys a new Cedar Point Season Pass at the park will also receive one free ticket to Cedar Point (only valid on the date of purchase).

Cedar Point Junior and Senior Season Passes ($69) are also available.  Cedar Point Season Passes are valid for unlimited admission to Cedar Point and do not include admission to Soak City or free parking.  Please visit cedarpoint.com for all of the details on these money-saving deals!

Bigger savings are also available on Cedar Fair Platinum Passes.  For only $150, Platinum Passholders can save $15 and will have unlimited admission and can enjoy all the rides and attractions at 12 different amusement parks and six outdoor water parks including Cedar Point, Soak City, Geauga Lake’s Wildwater Kingdom, Kings Island, near Cincinnati, and Michigan’s Adventure near Muskegon, Mich.  Platinum Pass Instant Renewals are only $145 (a savings of $20).

Plus, Platinum Passholders will also receive free parking and many other perks all summer long.  Junior and Senior Platinum Passes ($92) are also available.  (Visit cedarpoint.com for additional information.)

On Sunday, Cedar Point will also host the first-ever Revolution3 Triathlon.  The event will consist of a full triathlon and a half triathlon.  Participants will swim, bike and run more than 140.6 or 70.3 miles, respectively.  Both races will start on the Cedar Point Beach and will end on the park’s midway.

Guests will also be able to watch the race on the large video screen near the Iron Dragon roller coaster.  While the park closes at 8 p.m., the finish line will be open until midnight.  For more race details, please visit: www.rev3tri.com.

Cedar Point will be open from noon to 8 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 12.  Next weekend, HalloWeekends, the park’s family fall festival of fun and frights, will open for the season and will be in operation Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays, Sept. 17 through Oct. 31, 2010.

For more information about Cedar Point and its season pass program, please visit cedarpoint.com or call the park’s General Information Line (419.627.2350) or the Cedar Point Season Pass Center (419.627.2309).

Friday, September 10, 2010 11:22 PM
Vince982's avatar

No mention of Passholder Appreciation Day. I find that strange. I only knew about it because of an email I got from the park. Had I not been signed up for the newsletter I never would have known because it's barely even on the website.

We'll miss you MrScott

Saturday, September 11, 2010 9:23 AM
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