In The Parks: Romance at Six Flags Magic Mountain

Written by Gregg Condon. Posted in Features, In the Parks, Six Flags Magic Mountain, Southern California Parks

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Published on January 20, 2013 at 4:03 am with 2 Comments

We will have a full Six Flags update later this week, but there are a couple of things the park has shared with us that we’d like you to know now. We also have an update on an upcoming coaster event.

The Bachelor at Magic Mountain

Six Flags Magic Mountain will be hosting a date on an upcoming episode of The Bachelor. The episode will feature a special one on one date where the newest Bachelor, Sean Lowe, takes one lucky lady on an exclusive date to Six Flags Magic Mountain theme park where they enjoy the entire park on their own.  In an unexpected twist and selfless act, Sean invites two girls from the Starlight Children’s Foundation to enjoy the day as well. The episode is scheduled to air Monday, January 21, 2013, at 8 p.m. ET/PT on ABC.

This season on The Bachelor, Sean, 29, the successful Dallas businessman and entrepreneur who charmed fans while wooing Bachelorette Emily Maynard, meets 26 potential soul mates and gets another shot at love as the Bachelor.  The Bachelor airs Mondays (8:00–10:01 p.m., ET/PT), on ABC.

New Season Pass Dining Plan

Six Flags Magic Mountain serves up more than world-class roller coasters.  The Valencia theme park has introduced an exclusive opportunity for its Season Pass holders to Pay Once and Eat all year for FREE with the new 2013 Season Dining Pass.  From traditional hamburgers, hot dogs and pizza to fish ‘n chips, tacos and barbeque, Season Pass holders who purchase the Season Dining Pass will receive one delicious lunch and dinner every time they visit the park in 2013.  The price for the Magic Mountain Season Dining Pass is $99.99 and can be purchased online or at the park.  

For an additional $25.00, Season Pass holders can add Hurricane Harbor.

The most value for your money, Thrill Pass, is designed to bring thrill-seeking Southern California consumers the best entertainment package around.  For the lowest price of the season, just $64.99, guests who purchase the new Thrill Pass can enjoy the Thrill Park every operating day, now through the end of the 2013 season – with no blackout dates.  Plus, for a limited time, guests who purchase four or more Thrill Passes will be upgraded to Combo Passes and will receive a free 2013 Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Season Pass with each Pass purchased. Thrill Passes can be purchased online at sixflags.com or at the park’s Main Gate ticket booths.    

West Coast Bash moved to September

Last but not least, Theme Park Review’s popular “West Coast Bash” has been moved from it’s February/March date to September 7th (Six Flags Magic Mountain) and September 8th (Knott’s Berry Farm).

The event will include ERT (Exclusive Ride Time), Backstage Tours, Meet and Greets with Park Management, Food and More!!! Save the date on your calendar! You can find out more about West Coast Bash from our good friends at Theme Park Review.

Enjoy your Sunday and we will see you later this week with a full photo and construction report from the park.

About Gregg Condon

Gregg Condon, also affectionately known as Sir Clinksalot, is MiceChat's Six Flags reporter. He is frequently featured in MiceChat's In The Parks columns.

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  • whitestrat

    Wow! That dining plan is crazy! Can you imagine Disney doing that? ;)

    • jcruise86

      It really is pretty close to crazy. Imagine a family of four with two teenagers that goes to a close 6 Flags every Saturday on Sunday, partly to get their money’s worth on the dining plan by having their lunches and dinners there. That’s 200 hundred meals for each member of the family. Or think of that couple who went to Disneyland EVERY DAY in 2012. They would have each received about 730 meals.