Halloween is over, the ax-wielding ghouls have returned to their mundane day jobs, and most seasonal theme parks have closed their gates until next spring. But Six Flags Magic Mountain in (relatively warm) Southern California will continue to operate weekends, holidays, and selected weekdays. And the park is offering a great deal to get people to visit during this normally slow period. Pay the regular, non-discounted fee of $47.99 and receive a Play Pass good through the end of 2005. The pass also includes admission to Magic Mountain concerts and events, such as next season's Fright Fest, as well as unlimited admission to all U.S. Six Flags parks. But wait, there's more! Six Flags is throwing in a coupon book that includes a free admission for a friend, a pass to Hurricane Harbor, and other discounts and promotions. Upgrade to a $125 VIP pass, and you'll get FastLane skip-the-lines vouchers, free parking, and other primo goodies. If you live in the area, and you're a coaster freak, you might want to check this deal out. It would also make a good holiday present for a SoCal park fan.
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