Darn, this deal has expired.
I didn’t get a Kings Dominion season pass this year because I knew my summer would be too packed to make good use of it, but it’s on the list for next year. I’ve been waiting for this end-of-season deal to snag my 2013 pass:
Through October 28, 2012, if you buy a Kings Dominion Gold season pass ($76.99), which includes parking, in-park discounts, & more, you’ll get one free visit in 2012.
I’ll be using my free day to check out Halloween Haunt, which opens on September 28, 2012.
Only want to go for the day? During the Haunt One Weekend presale, tickets for Halloween Haunt are $29.99 each. Presale tickets are valid September 28-October 7, 2012. FYI–Halloween Haunt activities will not be available on September 30, 2012. And you can buy discount tickets online for Halloween Haunt. Tickets are $31.99 for Friday night admission, $49.99 on Saturdays, and $33.99 Sundays.
Or you can buy discount tickets to Kings Dominion at the Henrico County Recreation and Parks Administrative Offices, located in the Human Services building. Tickets are available for $31 each for ages 3+. The $31 tickets are valid for the following dates: September 28-30; and October 5-7, 12-14, 19-21, and 26-28. To save on other days, buy a Good Any Day ticket for $40 for adults & $30 for seniors & juniors (under 48″). To get the deal, you’ll need to buy the tickets in person & pay with cash (bring exact change), a Mastercard or Visa debit card, or a Discover card.
If you have a 2012 season pass, take advantage of Kings Dominion’s Bring-A-Friend Day discounts to get your friends in on the cheap. It’s only $19.99 to bring a friend on September 28, 29, & 30, and $21.99 to bring a friend on October 5, 7, 12, 14, 19, 21, 26, & 28. The rest of the season, you’ll save $25 off regular general admission. Limit one friend discount per pass; offer valid at the front-gate only.
While you’re there, check out Kings Dominion’s newest addition, WindSeeker, a 301-foot-tall tower that spins riders 30 stories above the park. And if you have a dinosaur fan in the family, save time to see the new Dinosaurs Alive! exhibition ($5 in addition to admission), which features almost 40 full-sized animatronic dinosaurs in six-acre outdoor Jurassic forest setting.