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More reasons to get a 2019 Gold Season Pass

Natalie Belfiglio

Social Media Coordinator - Kings Island 

With just a few more days before the price goes up on 2019 Gold Season Pass, here are a few more reasons to get one now!

Soak City Water Park opens for the season this Saturday, May 25 and with a Gold Season Pass you can get early access to the water park. What does that really mean? It means you can claim the best chairs by the water or the shade and enjoy early slide time on Tropical Plunge, Pipeline Paradise and access to Tidal Wave Bay before Soak City opens for the day. Did you forget something at home? Head over to Seaside Supplies for all your Soak City essentials and don’t forget that Gold Season Passholders get discounts on merchandise.

Before you even get into the park, your Gold Season Pass will be useful, such as free parking all season long. Have we mentioned that Gold Season Passholders get Bring-A Friend discounts? You heard right! On certain days you can bring up to four of your friends for just $19.99 each to Kings Island and Soak City when you have a Gold Season Pass. Everything is better with friends and that includes Soak City!

For information on all the benefits of being a Gold Season Passholder, click here.

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