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January 22, 2007

Six Flags To Continue To Thrill Guests In Southern California

Valencia, CA -- Six Flags Magic Mountain and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor outside Los Angeles will remain part of the Six Flags family of theme and water parks.

Both parks are open for business in 2007 and beyond, according to Six Flags. This announcement follows the news of the sale of three of the company's water parks and two of the theme parks to a Jacksonville, FL company. The Los Angeles parks were excluded from this sale.

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"We are excited about our future and the tremendous growth opportunities under the Six Flags umbrella," stated Del Holland, Park President of Six Flags California. "We're known world-wide as the industry leader in thrill rides and thrill ride innovation. We will continue to build on this great reputation while broadening our appeal to young families. Our focus this year is on our guests and providing a world-class experience."

To reward Six Flags' loyal guests, Six Flags Magic Mountain is offering a special season pass promotion. Each purchase of a "Play Pass" through the end of February 2007 will include a free child's season pass for those under 48 inches and the chance to skip the line to ride Tatsu, the park's newest roller coaster. Guests who process their Six Flags Play Pass by February 25 will receive a front-of-the-line pass for Tatsu good through the end of March.

Purchase your Six Flags Play Pass now.

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