During the month of June, if you make a purchase at Walmart on Wednesdays or Thursdays, you can buy a four-pack of tickets to Six Flags for $99. With admission to Six-Flags normally at $50, you can save money while still enjoying a fun and exciting weekend trip.
In addition to the discount, your ticket pack will give you the option to enter the park an hour early (Rise & Ride) on Wednesdays in June. This is only on Wednesdays in June, but it is a good benefit if you can make it to the park on that day. You will also be able to take your ticket pack to Guest Services in the park to get some additional in-park coupons. More details for these two benefits are listed below.
To Get your Tickets here’s what you need to do:
- Make a t purchase at Walmart in June on Wednesdays or Thursdays to get the discount code on your receipt
- Enter the code found on your Walmart receipt and register to receive an email with the Walmart offer.
- In the Walmart offer email there will be simple instructions to purchase the 4 tickets for $99 package, as well as the printable Rise & Ride admission invitation and discount coupon voucher.
Rise & Ride
- You have an option to attend any of the Rise & Ride dates (All Wednesdays in June starting June 9th). This also means that any consumer who purchases the tickets on June 30th & July 1st will miss out on Rise & Ride. Consumers will have the opportunity to attend one of the 4 events, by selecting which date works best for them (June 9th, 16th, 23rd or 30th).
- Present the printed out invitation at the turnstiles along with your tickets to enter the park one hour early. One invitation is good for up to four people to enter early (You must all enter together).
- Only Walmart customers who have this $99 package will be able to enter the park for Rise & Ride events. They will have the park all to themselves! Park opens 1 hour early for Walmart ticket package holders, with select rides available for guests to enjoy.
Additional discounts with Walmart deal
- The coupon sheet offers various discounts on food, games and apparel (savings include $10 off Family Deal, $1 off games, Buy One Get One Go Karts or Sky Coaster, $5 off Hat and T-Shirt, and more)
- The printable invitation to the Rise & Ride events will include a voucher at the bottom with instructions for guests. Simply bring the voucher and ticket package receipt to Guest Relations upon park entry and receive your in-park savings coupon sheet to enjoy.
Okay, so let’s recap:
You’ll get 4 tickets for the price of 2. You’ll get to enter the park an hour early if you go on Wednesday – allowing extra time to ride + less people in the park to hit your favorite rides! You’ll get coupons for other things at the park (food, apparrel, games, etc).
Some other ways to save:
- Pack a picnic lunch – the food in amusement parks are expensive! Limit your food purchases to a special treat – not a whole meal! Our Six Flags park has a great little shady picnic area. You can just get your hand stamped to leave the park and go have a relaxing picnic. Then re-enter the park after lunch and a short break (great for little ones who tire out too!)
- Packing a picnic is out of the question? Even leaving the park to get fast food is cheaper than eating lunch in the park. So, if your not into packing a picnic, get your hand stamped and get cheaper (and tastier) food right outside of the park.
- Bring a water bottle. There are water fountains around the park . You can even bring in some flavor packs (like Crystal Light Pure Fitness – no artificial sweetener, or Kool-aid). It will make water more appetizing and keep more money in your pockets. Sodas at amusement parks are ridiculous!
- Pass on the souvenirs if at all possible. Just take pictures – they’ll make for a great way to remember the trip – a lot better way to capture the moment than some little trinket. Plus the cost is zero – you can’t beat it (besides developing pictures).
I am a participant in the Walmart Moms program. Walmart has provided me with a 4 pack of Six Flags tickets in exchange for this post. Participation in this program is voluntary. All opinions expressed are my own.