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Seven easy ways to save money at Kings Island

Don Helbig

Area Manager, Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig

From admission tickets to drinks, there are many ways you can save both time and money on your next visit to Kings Island. Check out this list of seven money-saving tips to get the best deal possible when you go.

1. Buy tickets in advance online

For Kings Island veterans, this might be a given, but many park guests still buy tickets upon their arrval at the park at the admissions window. Buy your tickets before you get to the park! The lowest price tickets and biggest savings for your visit to Kings Island are available online or through the park’s mobile app. In addition to saving money by purchasing your tickets in advance, you’ll save time waiting in line at the admissions window when you arrive at the park.

2. Buy tickets in advance at Kroger

Groceries aren’t the only thing to pick up when you go Kroger. You can save big off the front gate admission price when you buy Kings Island tickets at your local store. Look for the Kings Island display in a shopping aisle.

3. Buy a Two Day Ticket

Enjoy two visits of your choice any day the park is open to the public through the end of October for one low price. Spend one of the days riding roller coasters and watching live shows and the second day soaking up the sun in Soak City Water Park, for a lower price than purchasing two single day admissions. Your visits do not need to be on consecutive days. You choose the two days you want to visit.

4. All Inclusive Ticket

Bundle your fun and save big with the All Inclusive Ticket. This ticket lets you experience virtually everything in the park for a lower price than purchasing each item separately. It offers the best value on every part of your day, from saving money on meals to saving time waiting in line for rides. Save up to $96 a person when you buy online and get the following:

  • One Single Day Admission ticket
  • Parking
  • Fast Lane Plus
  • All Day Dining
  • One Regular Souvenir Bottle
  • One Single Day FunPix Photo Pass

5. After 4 p.m. Admission Ticket

You can do a lot after 4 p.m. at Kings Island, including your favorite rides, Soak City Water Park, enjoy a meal and live shows.

6. Coaster Combo Ticket

This offer is a great value for coaster enthusiasts or those who just can’t choose one amusement park to visit. With the Coaster Combo Ticket, you get one day at Kings Island and one day at Cedar Point any day the parks are open to the public during the season through the end of October. Between the two parks, you have access to 33 of the best roller coasters in the world, including The Beast, Diamondback, Mystic Timbers, Steel Vengeance, Maverick and Millennium Force.

7. All Day Dining

A day at Kings Island can work up quite an appetite and with the All Day Dining Plan you’ll never go hungry while saving a bundle. Enjoy an entrée and side every time you choose to stop in at one of the participating restaurants inside the park during your visit. And here’s the great thing about this plan, there’s only a 90-minute interval time between meals.

Kings Island can be an affordable and best day of the year experience for you and your family when you buy everything you need for your visit in advance. Be on the lookout for limited time offers and other discounts by following Kings Island on Twitter.

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