Six Flags Great Adventure Coupons

Based on sheer size, comprised of 21 locations throughout North America, Six Flags Entertainment Corporation is the largest amusement park business in the world. While the bulk of those 21 properties are theme parks, there are also thrill parks, water parks, and family entertainment centers in the mix as well.

Everything is Bigger in Texas

Texans say that everything is bigger in Texas, and Angus G. Wynne of Arlington took that spirit to heart when he built Six Flags Over Texas and started the Six Flags chain in 1954. Perhaps not so big by today’s standards, it was a big park then, and it included a gondola ride, a Native American village, a railroad, a stagecoach ride, Wild West shows, and a pirate-themed attraction called Skull Island. Over time, Six Flags would replace most of those early attractions with modern technology, but they still maintain and operate the original railroad in honor of their origins.

Pennsylvania Railroad

In 1966, the Pennsylvania Railroad was actively pursuing non-railroad investments in order to diversify its portfolio and secure the long-term health of the business. One of those investments was the purchase of the original theme park in Arlington. The theme park chain remained untouched for another two years as Pennsylvania Railroad hammered out a merger agreement with New York Railroad. When they completed that deal, Penn Central Corporation was born, and Six Flags now had a parent company with a great deal of muscle. Penn Central began flexing that muscle by opening Six Flags Over Georgia in 1967 and Six Flags Over Mid-America in 1971.

A History of Growth & Looney Tunes

Penn Central Corp.’s company continued to grow not by building new parks but by purchasing and renovating established ones. In this way, they acquired Astroworld in Houston Texas in 1975, Great Adventure in Jackson, New Jersey in 1977, and Magic Mountain in Valencia, California in 1979. Six Flags was thriving but the company was so far outside Penn Central’s profile now that they decided to sell it to Bally Manufacturing Corp. in 1982. Within two years of the sale, Bally acquired the rights to Warner Bros.’ Looney Tunes animated characters for use in their own properties in return for a stake in the business. In retrospect, this was a brilliant investment. The iconic nature of the Looney Tunes brand made Six Flags instantly recognizable.

Premier Parks

Warner Bros.’ leverage in the company continued to grow. By the 1990s, a lot had changed, and Time Warner owned Six Flags almost entirely. In the late 1990s, Time Warner was a massive company undergoing and necessitating sweeping changes in order to remain viable. One such change came when they sold Six Flags in its entirety to Premier Parks in 1998 for $1.86 billion dollars. Premier immediately began applying the “Six Flags Over” brand to many of the smaller parks that they already owned, including some in Europe such as Belgium and Holland.

Current Six Flags Parks

• La Ronde, Montreal, Canada
• Six Flags America, Baltimore, Maryland
• Six Flags Discovery Kingdom, Vallejo, California
• Six Flags Dubailand, Dubai
• Six Flags Fiesta Texas, San Antonio, Texas
• Six Flags Great Adventure, Jackson, New Jersey
• Six Flags Great America, Chicago
• Six Flags Great Escape Lodge & Indoor Waterpark, Lake George, New York
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Arlington, Texas
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Jackson, New Jersey
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor, Los Angeles, California
• Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, Louisville
• Six Flags Magic Mountain, Los Angeles, California
• Six Flags Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico
• Six Flags New England, Springfield, Massachusetts
• Six Flags Over Georgia, Atlanta
• Six Flags Over Texas, Arlington, Texas
• Six Flags St. Louis, Missouri
• Six Flags White Water Atlanta
• Six Flags Wild Safari, Jackson, New Jersey
• The Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom, Lake George, New York

The Roller Coasters

Six Flags has made an iconic name for itself in many different ways. There is the Fun-O-Meter, Mr. Six, yearly company-wide as well as local themes, and even an Asian mascot that drew controversy for being what some deemed an offensive caricature. However, the world best knows Six Flags as the greatest selection of roller coasters ever assembled. Magic Mountain is the top spot for roller coasters in highly competitive California, and some of Six Flags’ roller coasters attract roller coaster hunters from across the globe. Here is a current ride list that denotes roller coasters (*) and exclusive attraction (location).

Ride List

• Alpine Bobsled
• American Eagle (*)
• Batman & Robin: The Chiller
• Batman: The Dark Knight (New England)
• Big Fury
• Bizarro (Great Adventure)
• Blackbeard’s Lost Treasure Train
• Boomerang: Coast to Coaster
• The Boss (*)
• Canyon Blaster (Great Escape)
• Catwoman’s Whip
• Chang (*)
• Cobra (Discovery Kingdom)
• Comet (Great Escape)
• Dahlonega Mine Train
• Déjà Vu (*)
• Ednör – L’Attaque
• El Toro (*)
• Evel Knievel (*)
• Flashback (New England)
• Flashback!
• Georgia Cyclone
• Georgia Scorcher
• Goliath (Six Flags Over Georgia)
• Goliath (Fiesta Texas)
• Goliath (Magic Mountain)
• Greased Lightnin’
• Great American Scream Machine (Great Adventure)
• Greezed Lightnin’ (Astroworld)
• Greezed Lightnin’ (Kentucky Kingdom)
• Gulf Coaster
• Iron Wolf
• The Jester (*)
• The Joker’s Jinx
• Judge Roy Scream
• Kingda Ka
• Kong (Discovery Kingdom)
• Little Dipper (Great America)
• Mayan Mindbender
• Mega Zeph
• Mind Bender (Six Flags Over Georgia)
• The Mind Eraser
• Mr. Freeze (St. Louis)
• Nightmare at Crack Axle Canyon
• Ninja (Magic Mountain)
• Ninja (Six Flags Over Georgia)
• Ninja (St. Louis)
• Nitro (*)
• Oil Derrick (Six Flags Over Texas)
• Pandemonium (*)
• Poltergeist (*)
• Psyclone (*)
• Rattler (*)
• River King Mine Train
• Road Runner Express
• Road Runner Express (Discovery Kingdom)
• Road Runner Express (Kentucky Kingdom)
• Road Runner Railway
• Rockin’ Roller
• Rolling Thunder (*)
• Runaway Mine Train (Great Adventure)
• Sasquatch
• Screamin’ Eagle
• Serpent (*)
• Shockwave (Great America)
• Six Flags New Orleans
• Skull Mountain
• Spacely’s Sprocket Rockets
• Steamin’ Demon
• Superman: Ultimate Flight
• Suspended Looping Coaster
• Texas Cyclone
• The Great American Scream Machine (Six Flags Over Georgia)
• Titan (*)
• Tony Hawk’s Big Spin
• Ultra Twister
• V2: Vertical Velocity
• Vertical Velocity (*)
• La Vibora
• Viper (Astroworld)
• Viper (Great America)
• Viper (Magic Mountain)
• Whizzer (*)
• The Wild One (*)
• Wile E. Coyote Canyon Blaster
• Wile E. Coyote’s Grand Canyon Blaster
• X² (*)
• XLR-8
• Zonga

How to Find Coupons Offline

The best offline deal is the season pass, which are available at most Six Flags park. Some parks are exclusive. For instance, if you purchase a season pass for American Adventures, Atlanta, it is only good there. The larger season passes give customer season-long access to up to 14 parks. There are some exceptions though. For example, Six Flags excludes access to La Ronde, Montreal with the pass unless you purchase the pass at La Ronde.

How to Find Coupons Online

Coke cans and online Coke adverts are great source of Six Flags discounts in distribution areas where there is a Six Flags theme park nearby. Other than that, you will have to head online and seek out the coupons. Fortunately, they are not very difficult to find because Six Flags is very aggressive about their online promotion. Just type ‘Six Flags coupons’ into your favorite search engine, and you should find a buy one ticket, get one free coupon code in seconds. These same coupons appear on the Coke cans. Just carry the can or the printed promotion into the park with you.

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One Response to Six Flags Great Adventure Coupons

  1. dina garay linares says:

    I wish going to me and my family..

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