Kenban Posted April 17, 2016 Share Posted April 17, 2016 I was at Six Flags Magic Mountain a little over a month ago. The line to talk to customer service was over an hour, the line to get through the turnstiles into into the park was an hour long as well (used a discount coupon from ACE which did not allow me to use the regular ticket booths). Yet the food lines moved, the cashiers knew what they were doing and the food came out at a decent rate. I also really preferred how Six Flags put in a line with switchbacks at most of the larger food locations. That way everyone waits in a single line and you don't have groups splitting up with one person waiting in each line to see which one is the fastest. The ride operations were pretty good as well. Except not all of the trains were even on the rides you could tell that most of the rides were missing at least one which was likely due to off season maintenance. Also it was VERY windy so several rides had operations issues and several never opened. Six Flags dining plan is a lot cheaper then Kings Islands, they claim normal price is $199.99 which would be more expensive but it has been on sale all year so far for $84.99. It is good for the entire chain and includes a snack each visit, and even includes the season long drink cup. The problem with the plan is that you are required to eat the lunch, snack, and dinner in certain set windows. You can check out the brochure at Six Flags Magic Mountain. But I would love a snack option so I could go pickup an Ice Cream, fries, cookie, chips, and I really liked seeing the fresh fruit cups. I would be willing to eat lunch and dinner in set windows to have that option. But Kings Island has to work on the food service issues and it feels like 90% of the problems is not food prep but the cashier. 9 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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