Skip to Main Content

Kings Island

Skip to Next Section

Top 10 reasons to buy a Kings Island Gold Season Pass today

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Do you really need a reason to buy or renew a Kings Island Gold Season Pass? Listen, there’s literally 100 reasons to get a Gold Season Pass but I’ve narrowed the list down to 10.

No. 10: Unlimited visits to Kings Island in 2019

Having a Gold Season Pass means unlimited visits every public operating day. Each event brings with it new entertainment, new decorations and new foods to try! You can go as often as you want, whenever you want, with a Gold Season Pass.

No. 9: Free parking!

Hold onto your cash and zoom past the toll booths by presenting your Gold Season Pass any time you visit Kings Island during the 2019 season.

No. 8: Early ride time

Gold Season Passholders can use their pass to enjoy early rides on select attractions 30 minutes before the park opens every public operating day through October except for Frida nights during Halloween Haunt.

No. 7: The region’s premier water park

With a Gold Season Pass, you’ll enjoy unlimited visits to Soak City Water Park where you can splish, splash and laugh on more than 50 water activities! Soak City is the perfect place to beat the heat this summer. Plus, your Gold Season Pass will also get you early entry into Soak City and time to experience Tropical Plunge and Tidal Wave Bay 30 minutes before the water park opens each day.

No. 6: Bring-a-Friend Days

Enjoy all of the fun and thrills with friends this summer! Simply present your Gold Season Pass at any ticket window to purchase up to four discounted tickets on select dates. Or save time and by online in advance!

No. 5: Access to special discounts on food and merchandise

With a Kings Island Gold Season Pass, you get discounts on select food and merchandise locations throughout the park.

No. 4: Kings Island is home to the world’s best kids’ area

Voted “Best Kids’ Area in the World” 18 consecutive years by Amusement Today, Planet Snoopy features an elaborate collection of PEANUTS-themed family rides and attractions, including kiddie rides specifically designed for children. For families that function best first thing in the morning, you can enjoy select attractions in Planet Snoopy 30 minutes before the park opens every public operating day with a Gold Season Pass.

No. 3: Seasonal events

Enjoy unlimited visits to seasonal events including Grand Carnivale, an all-new international festival and parade June 15 through July 7, and all the way through Halloween Haunt, The Great Pumpkin Fest and WinterFest with a Gold Season Pass.

No. 2: Value

Simply put, there’s no better entertainment value around than a Gold Season Pass. It pays for itself in just two visits. Kings Island is fun for the whole family, with family rides and attractions like the Grand Carousel, Scrambler, Dodgem, Shake, Rattle & Roll, Congo Falls, and debuting this year, the Kings Mills Antique Autos. For thrill-seekers, there’s The Beast, Banshee, Diamondback and Mystic Timbers roller coasters. All for as low as three easy payments of $32 after an initial payment of $40.

And No. 1: Gold goes away July 7

You don’t want to miss out on anything going on at Kings Island throughout the year but hurry, because Gold goes away July 7.

Go to visitkingsisland.com for more information and buy a Gold Season Pass today, before it's too late! 

Related Topics:

Share This

Don Helbig

Area Manager Digital Marketing - Kings Island

Twitter: @DonHelbig 

  

Post a Comment

Skip to Next Section

Hollywood actor with more than 150 film credits has Kings Island roots

Doug Jones is an actor millions have seen, but most don’t realize it. He’s had starring roles in blockbuster movies like Hocus Pocus, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Hellboy, and Pan’s Labyrinth. He even played the lead role in 2017’s Oscar Winner for Best Picture, The Shape of Water. With more than 150 acting credits in his nearly 40 year career, he’s certainly in an elite group of actors.
Read More

On this day 40 years ago, The Bat let out of the bag

On this day 40 years ago (Oct. 29, 1980), a revolutionary, groundbreaking Kings Island attraction gained national attention. The original Bat roller coaster was announced to members of the news media.
Read More

Tricks And Treats Fall Fest among top things for families to do in Cincinnati this weekend

The all-new Tricks And Treats Fall Fest presented by HERSHEY and Kroger at Kings Island has been immensely popular with guests of all ages and for good reason.
Read More

One year ago today, we said goodbye to the Vortex roller coaster 

One year ago today marked the end of an era as thrill-seekers descended upon Kings Island to say goodbye to the Vortex roller coaster.
Read More

21 Kings Island associates earn Over the Top awards for the week ending October 25

This past weekend, Kings Island’s vice president and general manager Mike Koontz surprised 21 deserving seasonal and part-time associates by presenting them with the “Over the Top” award.
Read More

45 years ago, Evel Knievel made history at Kings Island 

Evel Knievel, the death-defying daredevil, made his most successful motorcycle jump on this day 45 years ago, October 25, 1975, at Kings Island.
Read More

This Date in Kings Island History: The Beast welcomes 50 millionth rider

On October 24, 2014, an Ohio man became The Beast’s 50 millionth rider. It was one of several milestone rides that Kings Island attractions gave that year.
Read More

Kings Island Foodie News: Saturday's Chef's Plate a Taste of India

Chef’s Plate, introduced earlier this summer by our culinary team, takes place on Saturdays only at Wishbone Grill on International Street, offering guests a menu option that’s fresh, exciting and unique to Kings Island.
Read More

12 Kings Island associates earn Over the Top awards for the week ending October 18

This past weekend, Kings Island’s vice president and general manager Mike Koontz surprised 12 seasonal and part-time associates by presenting them with the “Over the Top” award.
Read More

50th Anniversary Series: Kings Island construction uncovers forgotten cemetery

Surveying the 80-acre landscape of what would become Kings Island’s parking lot when the park opened in 1972, the construction project manager had 35,000 dump truck loads of dirt to move. He needed the project to stay on schedule and standing in his way was a cemetery, hidden somewhere on the giant plot of land. Before excavation could begin, his crew needed to find the cemetery and protect it. The clock was ticking.
Read More