The tree in your living room will look beautiful, covered in shimmering ornaments and glowing, twinkling lights, and the windows decked with holiday candles. Everything soon will be ready for another Christmas Day.
On that day, gifts wrapped in festive paper and colorful bows will be opened, and there will be excitement over the things in those packages. But soon thereafter, that initial excitement will fade and some of those gifts – a number of which may have been of great cost – will be put aside and forgotten in the days ahead.
They are gifts of things – possessions – which are now a thing of the past. Things are things that don’t endure.
What people value now over things and possessions are experiences.
Experiences that are fun, thrilling and memorable. Experiences that you can do with family and friends over and over again. Like riding the world’s longest wooden roller coaster. Spending quality time with your kids in an award-winning kids’ area. Exploring a 33-acre water park. Driving antique cars. Blue ice cream.
And that’s what makes a 2019 Kings Island Gold Season Pass the perfect gift for everyone on your holiday shopping list.
Give the gift of amazing with unlimited visits and free parking to WinterFest this year and all four seasons of fun next year. A Gold Season Pass also includes exclusive discounts and events, early park access and more in 2019.
Gold Season Passes can be purchased online for as low as eight easy payments of $10.50 after the initial payment of $18.
Simply put, it’s the holiday gift that everyone will love and use the whole year through.
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