Planning a visit to Kings Island to experience Halloween Haunt this fall? Before you go, download the park’s mobile app for iPhone and Android. The app has everything you need for your night of fright at your fingertips.
Users can use the app to locate the park’s nine haunted mazes, four spine-tingling scare zones, three sinister shows and the more than 20 rides open during Halloween Haunt, plus food locations like Coney Bar B Que and restrooms with the assistance of a GPS enabled park map and guide.
The haunted attractions and rides are categorized with photos, description and ride wait times.
The app can also be used to find information like operating hours for Kings Island and Halloween Haunt, entertainment show times and social media sites. Users will also receive money-saving offers and notifications reserved exclusively for those who carry the mobile app.
You can also purchase or renew 2019 Gold Season Passes and tickets instantly from your phone! Simply show the barcode at the front gate for admission when you arrive – no ticket lines to stand in or e-tickets to print out. Season passholders can store their pass on the app and always carry it with them on their phone.
There’s no need to pick up a Haunt Fright Guide at the park. Everything you need for a visit to Kings Island this fall is readily available on the app.
The Kings Island app is available to download for free from the iTunes app store and Google Play Store on Android phones. Simply search “Kings Island” to find and download the app.
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