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June 26, 2008

Six Flags America Offers Buy One, Get One Free Admission

Bowie, MD -- Six Flags America announced it's lowering the price of its admission by offering guests a buy one, get one free deal. Guests purchasing tickets online can buy one regularly priced park admission at $49.99 and get a second one free. In addition, the park is reducing the price of a kids ticket (48 inches and under) by $10 to $24.99.

"While families across America are feeling a strain on their wallets, they still want to have fun and spend time together this summer," said Chris Haenn, Six Flags America park president. "We're providing an award-winning entertainment option at an unbeatable value that's close to home."

Tony Hawk's Half Pipe Water Slide
Guests to Six Flags America enjoy the park's newest attraction, Tony Hawk's Halfpipe. The giant waterslide was branded after the pro skateboarder for its resemblance to that of a skateboarding halfpipe.

New this season, Six Flags America and Hurricane Harbor introduce Tony Hawk's Halfpipe water slide. This new attraction located in the waterpark resembles a skateboarding halfpipe.

Riders experience zero-gravity on this first-ever Tony Hawk inspired waterslide. This new addition expands Hurricane Harbor's lineup to 38 rides and attractions, including onf of the largest wave pools in the US.

Six Flags America offers eight thrilling roller coasters including Superman Ride of Steel and the soaring Batman's Batwing.

"The entertainment value at Six Flags America this season is better than ever. In addition to our signature thrill rides and family attractions, we have seven brand new shows, a full-scale water park that is free with admission, a daily parade and more concerts," said Haenn. "With our buy one-get one free offer, we're making a visit to Six Flags America an easy choice for families in search of fun and value."

Six Flags America is now open daily. Six Flags America is located 40 minutes south of Baltimore, 15 minutes east of Washington, D.C. and 20 minutes west of historic Annapolis, MD.

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