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I lost my season pass!

Question Posted Saturday July 22 2006, 2:30 pm

I lost my season pass to Six Flags and I'm at a loss as to what I should do. I called the guest relations office and I'm about to call the Six Flags of America number. I can't believe I lost it but I figure since I have my license for identification, it shouldn't be that hard to get a new one.

Any ideas?

Thanks for anyone who has a clue on what to do!

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OooSooPreppyX3 answered Sunday July 23 2006, 8:37 pm:
I would deffidently call them and give them your information and they could re-send your season pass. Be nice to them on the phone, you could get them in a good mood and voila they'll send it. [[Sucking up never hurts anyone..right? lol]]
There might be a little fine on making a new one - but atleast you got it back, right?
<br/>Sorry I couldn't help that much!<br/>
&hearts; Christina

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orphans answered Saturday July 22 2006, 9:45 pm:
at six flags they have a place where you go and you say that you lost your card in the park and need a new one(right after the medal detecter thing but before you go in) and they'll give you a knew one for about 10 bucks. this also happened to me before..they'll ask if you lost it there..say yes or you wont get one...then they'll check to see if they found it and if not they'll print you a new one. hope i helped! &hearts; terri

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VixenDark answered Saturday July 22 2006, 7:57 pm:
Go to guest services next time you are at Six Flags, tell them you lost your pass. They'll probably ask for an id, and may charge like $5 for a new card.

But it's no big deal. I used to lose my passes all the time. ^^

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kick_me answered Saturday July 22 2006, 7:08 pm:
ok well im sure you can solve this problem but i think you will have to pay some money to replace your id , ok when you go to sixflags go to the reception or that place where you make the id in the first place and tell them your problem that you lost it and they will ask for all this information and stuff ok well i hope i helped

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