It’s that time to start thinking about that summer vacation to your favorite amusement park. I am going to take just a minute to recap they ways to save money and the ways to get the most out of your vacation. [Read more…]
Around here we are always working on some kind of “vacation”. For us getting away for an afternoon or a weekend is just as fun as getting away for a week. We will take whatever we can get.
We are always looking for vacations that we can do on a budget. The cheaper they are the more we can do.
One of the things that we do every year is a roller coaster vacation, thus the name, Vacation Thrills. I didn’t think we would go this year, but right before my back surgery we decided to do one last run. I know crazy, but I was getting a new disc, so I thought I might as well run the ones I had into the ground. Standing in line is what hurts the most, but we keep ourselves entertained to keep my mind off of it. Want to know how to plan the perfect roller coaster vacation?
We also like experiencing things right in our backyard. This year my husband and I celebrated our 20 year anniversary. Since going away for a week wasn’t an option (again that surgery got in the way) we decided to at least get out of town for a couple of days to Hood River. We had the best time ever.
For us the thrills just won’t stop. So check back as we continue to look for fun vacations, find great places to eat and even become a tourist in our own town. Like I said we are always up to something.
We have “discovered” some great tips while visiting Six Flags Magic Mountain, sorry it has taken me so long to get all the details out to you. We have saved some money and time and found ways, that had we know, we could have saved even more money and time. I missed out, but I am sharing with you, so yo don’t miss out.
We like to get to the park just before it opens and stand at the gate and run in. I know we are crazy, but that’s what works for our family.
BEST TIP OF THE YEAR:
We noticed that they have a line for Discover Card Holders. Yep, that’s right. It pretty much looked like an express lane. Masses of people to your right and to your left about 5 people in line. We have a Discover card, but we did not bring it, because we didn’t know. Bring your Discover card!
Also as you go around the park you get an instant 5% off of most things that you purchase, plus the discount for being a season pass holder. These signs were in all the windows of the gift shops and some of the eateries. I think we also get 1% cash back on most purchases using our Discover card, so this really does start to add it. Slowly, but every little bit helps.
All that to say, I guess it really does pay to “Discover” at all Six Flags nationwide.
Check back tomorrow as I share some more great money saving and time saving ideas.