November 7, 2006
New York -- Six Flags "Dream Nite" sweepstakes will give six lucky winners at each of their sixteen theme parks the party of a lifetime. The selected winners will each host an exclusive night at their local Six Flags park with up to 100 of their friends and family.
For one extraordinary night, winners and their guests will have Six Flags all to themselves. The party will include rides on the park's best thrill and family rides, dining with Looney Tunes and Justice League characters, riding in the Six Flags parade and a customized fireworks show. The best part is the party will be free of crowds and of course, there will be no charge.
"We know that everyone -- kids, teenagers and parents -- have dreamed about all they would do if they had a whole Six Flags park to themselves for a night," said Mark Shapiro, Six Flags President and CEO. "Dream Nite will make this fantasy a reality for a lucky six guests in each of our parks. Our guests know that a Six Flags season pass is already a tremendous value and Dream Nite will be our special thank you to our most loyal guests."
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According to Six Flags, the Dream Nite parties will take place on a selected evening in September from 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm. The value of the actual prize is estimated at $4,480 and that includes a $1,280 cash stipend Six Flags will pay each winner to offset the estimated taxes the winners will owe.
The Six Flags Dream Nite sweepstakes follows Disney's earlier announcement of the "Year of a Million Dreams" giveaway. The Six Flags promotion sounds very similar.
Disney's marketing the Year of a Million Dreams where they claim to be giving away over a million dreams. On October 4 one winning family got Disney's Magic Kingdom theme park in Orlando all to themselves for the morning. Another prize in Disney's contest is a one-night stay inside Cinderella Castle at Magic Kingdom.
To purchase your 2007 Six Flags Season Pass log onto Six Flags.com, where you can buy Six Flags season passes and tickets at discounted prices.
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