selective Posted April 23, 2013 Share Posted April 23, 2013 I have three of them and I decided not to go this year so I'm selling them for what I paid for them. $80 each. I'll be busy working all summer, so perhaps I'll be able to enjoy the park next summer. Message me or post a comment. Update: 5/16/2013 ALL GOLD ADULT 2013 PASSES HAVE NOW BEEN SOLD THERE ARE NONE LEFT THANKS TO THOSE THAT BOUGHT THEM FROM ME Update: 4/23/2013 - 8:30am I live in the area, and could meet somewhere public like at a restaurant on a Saturday, to show the tickets before being paid for them. I can't get a refund for these because ticket sales at the park do not allow refunds. The non-transferable only applies to processed passes (with a photo and information), these are not processed yet! The passes are "tickets" before being processed. These are the tickets you hand in upon making your pass with a photo and information for your pass to be made. For those that know nothing about how season passes are bought and processed, here's how it works. 1. You pay for them, and they hand you tickets for them 2. You go to the season passes processing office and hand them the tickets, then they let you make a pass. The tickets for the passes can be bought at the gate or online, if online (names can be left blank) which I have done in the past, but these that I'm selling were bought at the gate on September 1st, 2012. They cost me $80 each, the current price is $105 each, so you save $25 a pass and I get back what I paid for them. They are gold, which includes free parking, so if you pay for parking to get into the park upon having these processed, save the parking receipt and take it with you and they'll refund your parking cost. The "no selling tickets in the park" rule is enforced so no one buys a hundred tickets and then stands next to their ticket booth selling them at cheaper prices to make a profit, I respect that rule and I understand why they have it. That's why I mentioned I could meet somewhere like at a restaurant. Plus I don't want to pay for parking when I'm not going to be going into the park. If you wanted to make sure these were valid, you could show me your money first, then I could escort you to the season pass office to have them made, and once made you could then pay me the money. There are no names at all attached to these passes. They each have their own bar code to be scanned and that's it! LAST UPDATE: YES, one person can buy multiple passes! People do it all the time for their family, friends, and co-workers. AND if the buyer had to have them made for them only, how would kids even be able to get their passes made? I thought everyone in this forum was a Kings Island fan! Doesn't anyone here know anything at all about Kings Island? I would have figured everyone here to already have hand fulls of season passes, and possibly be interested in my passes for additional friends and family. Sorry, but the stupid responses are getting old real quick. If you don't know something, just ask, or if someone told you something that you don't know much about, at least have the common sense to look into it to figure out the bigger picture on your own rather than being a robot and going by vague, unclear, face value information. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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