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Top 5 reasons to add All Season Dining to your Season Pass

Natalie Belfiglio

Social Media Coordinator - Kings Island 

With the 2019 Kings Island season quickly approaching, it’s time to map out your game plan! Your game plan should not only include which coasters to ride first, but also where to stop along the way to refuel. That’s where the All Season Dining Plan comes in. Here are just a few reasons why you’ll want to add this onto your Gold or Platinum Season Pass before Opening Day on April 20.

1. It Pays for Itself

If you’re a frequent visitor to the park, this is the plan for you! With two meals a day and good quality portions, it’s a deal that’s too good to pass up!

2. Everyone Loves Variety

With the All Season Dining Pass, you have access to a variety of options ranging from Coney Bar-B-Que and our newest addition, Miami River Brewhouse all the way to Island Smokehouse in Soak City. Don’t forget that Kings Island also has food options for those with dietary needs. With so many delectable meal choices, everyone is sure to be satisfied. 

3. It Includes Two Meals Each Time You Visit

Let’s be honest, Kings Island is an all-day adventure. That includes lunch and dinner! With the All Season Dining Plan, you can stay at the park even longer, while enjoying a wide variety of food options. Want to have a chicken sandwich and waffle fries for lunch at Chick-fil-A and then treat yourself to a pulled pork sandwich at Coney Bar-B-Que for dinner? Of course you do!    

4. Don’t Forget About Soak City!

Picture this. You just got done riding Zoom Flume and suddenly you realize it’s lunch time! No need to panic about drying off and getting your money wet and going into the main park to grab some grub. There’s Coconut Cove, Island Smokehouse plus more when you have the All Season Dining Plan on your Gold or Platinum Season Pass! Crisis averted and now it’s time to go relax in Splash River.

5. Halloween Haunt and WinterFest

Just when you thought it couldn’t get better, it does! Not only does the All Season Dining Plan include the summer season, it also includes Halloween Haunt and WinterFest! Imagine digging into roast beast with sides including corn bread pudding and house made mac and cheese at Coney Bar-B-Que while enjoying the magic that is WinterFest.

Tip: Feeling thirsty? Quench your thirst with an all season refill bottle, or get a new cup each time with a refill plan directly on your pass for one low price of $29.99!

For more information on All Season Dining Plans and other offers, please click here.

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