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Cedar Point Press Release
SANDUSKY, Ohio, Oct. 24, 2011 — Summertime fun will officially end on Sunday (Oct. 30) when HalloWeekends at Cedar Point will close for the season.
This will be the last weekend to enjoy the park’s roller coasters and the fun and frights of HalloWeekends.
During HalloWeekends, the park combines its vast assortment of rides with dozens of Halloween attractions that range from scary fright zones and haunted houses to live entertainment and children’s attractions that include the Monster Midway Invasion Celebration parade (4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday afternoon), the Magical House on Boo Hill, the Hay Bale Maze and a sleeping ogre.
With two new fright zones, Blood on the Bayou, featuring zombies and a self-taught butcher, and Screamworks that is inhabited by creatures donning gas masks and goggles, HalloWeekends has more haunted attractions than ever before!
Guests interested in frights can find their fill all weekend long. All of the haunted attractions are ready to scare each night. Plus, the park’s rides and roller coasters will be in operation from open to close. (On Friday night, there will be a reduced ride offering.)
There are also several ways to save money on a visit to the park. A four-pack of tickets can be purchased online for only $156, a savings of nearly $11 per ticket. Seecedarpoint.com for all of the details. (Tickets must be purchased in advance online.)
Plus, Sunday (Oct. 30) is also the last day of the park’s Climbing to a Million contest when current and new Facebook fans of Cedar Point will be able to receive a $10 discount on admission to the park ($39.99 per person) by downloading and printing a special voucher from Facebook and redeeming it at Cedar Point.
There is also still time to save money on summer fun for next year. Cedar Point Season Passes and Cedar Fair Platinum Passes for 2012 are now on sale for the lowest rate available through the end of the weekend. See cedarpoint.com for great ways to save!
On Friday, Cedar Point will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight; noon to midnight on Saturday; and noon to 9 p.m. on Sunday.
For more information about HalloWeekends at Cedar Point, please visithalloweekends.com or call the park’s General Information Line at 419.627.2350.
Cedar Point Press Release
SANDUSKY, Ohio –- Time is running out! There is only one weekend left to ride all the best roller coasters or enjoy all the fun and frights of HalloWeekends at Cedar Point.
This will be the last weekend of operation for Cedar Point this year. The Sandusky, Ohio, amusement park/resort will only be open on Friday night, Saturday and Sunday (Oct. 30-31 and Nov. 1) before it closes for the season.
During this last weekend, all nine of Cedar Point’s haunted attractions: five outdoor scare zones and four haunted houses including the new G.A. Boeckling’s Eerie Estate and Happy Jack’s Toy Factory haunted houses, will be in operation all three nights. All outdoor scare zones will be open until midnight on Friday and Saturday. And now, because of the time change on Sunday morning, they will be open from 6-8 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 1, making the entire HalloWeekends’ experience available on Sunday!
It is also $25 SuperSaver Sunday if you plan ahead. Admission tickets for Sunday are available for only $25 at cedarpoint.com. Tickets must be purchased before midnight on Thursday, Oct. 29 and are only valid on Sunday, Nov. 1. Admission tickets for $29.99 are also available at cedarpoint.com. These tickets can be used any day of the remaining three-day weekend. But hurry, there is only a limited supply of these tickets available.
On Friday night and Sunday, Cedar Point Season Passholders and Cedar Fair Platinum Passholders can Bring-a-Friend for only $14.99. Tickets can be purchased at the park when you show your season pass. Other deals on admission tickets, overnight accommodations and meals are also available. Please visit cedarpoint.com for all the money-saving details.
During HalloWeekends, the park combines its huge assortment of rides and roller coasters with dozens of Halloween attractions that range from outdoor scare zones and haunted houses to live entertainment and children’s attractions that include the Monster Midway Invasion Celebration parade (4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday afternoon), the Magical House on Boo Hill and the Hay Bale Maze.
This will also be the last weekend to ride Demon Drop at Cedar Point. At the end of the season the free-falling thrill ride will be relocated to Knott’s Berry Farm in Buena Park, Calif. On Sunday, lucky guests who find a “Golden Ticket” can be one of the last riders on Demon Drop. See cedarpoint.com/demondrop for all of the details.
This weekend, Cedar Point will be open from 6 p.m. to midnight on Friday, noon to midnight on Saturday and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.
For more information about HalloWeekends, guests can visit the new halloweekends.com or call the park’s general information line at 419.627.2350.