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    Knott's now offering payment plan for Season Passes

    Knott's announced on their Facebook page today that they are now offering a payment plan for their AP's.

    This is not the "Disneyland" type plan where you can pay it off over a year, but instead over the span of 3 months.

    Season Passes | Knott's Berry Farm, Buena Park, CA

    Want access to limitless excitement and entertainment at a great price?

    Knott’s is home to Season Passes. A Knott’s Season Pass gives you full access to rides with world-class thrills like Silver Bullet, GhostRiderŪ and WindSeeker and the best shows and attractions around. You can also use your Season Pass to receive discounts on food and merchandise throughout the park! (Excludes special ticket events e.g. Halloween Haunt.)Buy your Knott's Season Pass online now for:

    Knott's Season Pass - Adults
    Just $64.99 or 3 installments of $22.99
    Knott's Season Pass - Juniors
    Just $64.99 or 3 installments of $22.99
    Knott's Season Pass - Seniors
    Just $64.99 or 3 installments of $22.99


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    Re: Knott's now offering payment plan for Season Passes

    Quote Originally Posted by sir clinksalot View Post
    This is not the "Disneyland" type plan where you can pay it off over a year, but instead over the span of 3 months.
    Probably because Knott's Season passes only cost $64.99 and Not $300 like Disney

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    Re: Knott's now offering payment plan for Season Passes

    You know...I'm not a huge Knotts fan, but the price is right!!!
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    Re: Knott's now offering payment plan for Season Passes

    i rather pay it full
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    Re: Knott's now offering payment plan for Season Passes

    Obviously it's not as much as Disney, but if you have a family of 4 or 5 people, paying it over the span of 3 months may make it a more attractive offer.

    Six Flags has been offering this for a few years and I'm sure it's been working for them. At this point, don't all parks pretty much offer this service? I don't recall if Universal does yet.


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    Re: Knott's now offering payment plan for Season Passes

    you know the time our tough if u have to make payments on a pass that only cost 64.99. And they charge a processing fee unlike disney.

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