SANDUSKY, Ohio, Aug. 21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Summer is winding down, but these last two weeks before Labor Day are a great time to head to Cedar Point for one last vacation! Many students are going back to school this week, giving families an opportunity to enjoy shorter lines and save a bundle of money.
You can save big on a trip to Cedar Point in the final weeks of summer with the following offers:
- Passholder Bring-A-Friend
From now through Sept. 3, plus the Bonus Weekend of Sept. 7-9, all Season and Platinum Passholders will be able to bring a friend for just $14.99! Tickets are available at the gate only and must be used on the date of purchase.
- Student ID Days
Treat yourself to one last vacation before hitting the books. Through Sept. 3 and on the Bonus Weekend of Sept. 8-9, students of any age with a valid student identification card will save $20 off a regular daily admission ticket. The offer is available at the gate only and must be used on the date of purchase.
- Ride & Refresh Ticket
Screaming your way down sky-high hills and through heart-pounding inversions is sure to make you thirsty. Why not pay one price and enjoy unlimited ice-cold Pepsi beverages all day long? Through Sept. 3, guests can purchase a special Ride & Refresh ticket for the low price of $46.99 for guests 48 inches or taller and $25 for juniors and seniors. The offer is available online only and includes a savings of $5 off park general admission and a wristband for unlimited beverages.
- Weekday Saver Ticket
Families looking for great deals can save even more money by visiting Monday through Friday and taking advantage of a special $36.99 regular one-day admission ticket. This is available online only through Aug. 31.
Cedar Point will be open daily through Labor Day, Sept. 3, plus Friday nights, Saturdays and Sundays, Sept. 7 through Oct. 28. For a complete operating calendar and more information about the 2012 operating season, guests can log on to www.cedarpoint.com or call the park's general information line at (419) 627-2350.
SOURCE Cedar Point