Posted by: Willenator - 12-04-2016, 01:31 AM
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Here is the breakdown for Lagoon's 2017 season pass prices now that Black Friday has ended:
Lagoon's holiday pricing is now in effect. Season passes are $105.95 per person. These prices will be good through January 6th then Lagoon will launch their regular pricing for 2017. Prices for people 65 and older will remain at $54.95 throughout 2017. A season parking pass is $55.
A couple of notes on the sale: Lagoon charges a $2 fee for each pass you purchase online, and the buy 4 or more and save deal is not in effect right now. The price is $105.95 per pass regardless of how many your purchase.
If you are curious what the prices may be starting on January 7th, Lagoon has increased the cost of season passes by $12 after the holiday sale the last few years in a row. Should Lagoon continue the pattern, season passes will probably be $117.95 for 1, 2, or 3 passes and $107.95 per pass for 4 or more. People who purchase 4 or more season passes at the Annex or the park in 2017 will probably pay the same as someone purchasing passes during the Holiday Sale with the $2 fee ($107.95). Of course, it is possible Lagoon increases season pass prices more than $12 this year. Regardless, the Holiday Sale is a good deal if you still need to pick up your season passes.
It's that time of year that always makes me a little sad: the end of Lagoon's season. 2016 is coming to a close for Lagoon, and there is only one more week to enjoy the park until next year. Unlike the past few years, Lagoon will not be open extra days to finish out the season. The final weekend will be this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Do you plan to head to Lagoon during its last weekend, or will your next trip be in 2017?
The dark side of Lagoon is back, and it begins this Friday at 5pm! As mentioned here on the forum, Lagoon is introducing their 5th haunted house: Frightening Frisco located in the Pioneer Pavilion up by Rattlesnake Rapids. This is the first year Lagoon has put a haunted house in this location, so it will be interesting to see the new house. I'm excited for this location and look forward to it.
20 Years of Terror is returning with a tweaked name: Terrors of the Past. Other returning attractions include the Fun House of Fear, Zombie Lockdown, Nightwalk, Spook-A-Boo, and Scary & Crow's Straw Maze. Entertainment choices include two shows this year: Hackenslash Chainsaw Demonstration Team over on the Monster Stage in front of Game Time and Into the Dark at the Carousel Theatre. Windy the Witch will be back wandering Kiddieland and Pioneer Village. She will also be doing Story Time with Windy over by the Lagoon-A-Beach Entrance.
There is plenty for everyone in the entire family to enjoy this year. Frightmares runs for 7 weekends, and the schedule for most weekends is as follows:
Friday: 5pm to 11pm
Saturday: 11am to 11pm
Sunday: 11am to 8pm
The one exception to this is UEA weekend where Lagoon will be open the 20th and 21st from 11am to 11pm.