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Hack Your Season Pass with These 5 Money-Saving Add-Ons

Danny Messinger

As area manager of digital marketing, I get to tell the incredible stories of our park to the world—and take our biggest fans Between the Lines. I’ve been an incurable amusement park fanatic since I was a kid and have worked at two other parks (shout-out to Cedar Point and Valleyfair!). Now, I can’t wait to share my passion with our readers! Find me @DannyMessinger on Twitter.

If you’re a Season Passholder, you’ve already proven that you’re someone who knows a good deal when you see one. But did you know that there are even more ways you can maximize your California’s Great America experience by adding special perks to your Season Pass? Make the most of your Season Pass with exclusive add-ons to get incredible deals at incredibly low prices.

Two Meals Every Visit

If you’re going to be visiting Great America all year long and you plan to eat while you’re in the park, you should definitely consider the All Season Dining Plan! With this money-saving plan, you can stay fueled for the thrills all season long. For one low price, you’ll be able to enjoy lunch and dinner every visit! Best of all, there’s only a four-hour interval time between meals and the plan is accepted at over a dozen locations throughout the park. If you just can’t get enough of our tempting foods, this is definitely the plan for you.

Quench Your Thirst All Season Long

All that screaming, riding and walking can work up a major thirst. Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered. With an All Season Drink Plan, you pay once and get unlimited drinks all year long. Choose between a collectable souvenir bottle or a bottle-free plan to get paper cups with every refill. You can enjoy refreshing Coca-Cola products including Minute Maid Lemonade and Fuze Iced Tea all 2020!

Skip the Regular Lines

Season Pass Fast Lane is the fastest way to fun all season. Add Fast Lane to your 2020 Season Pass and speed past the regular wait lines on your favorite rides and attractions, including RailBlazer, Gold Striker, Flight Deck, Mass Effect: New Earth and more, every time you visit the park. We only offer a small number of these exclusive Fast Lane passes to ensure lines stay super short, so get yours today if you’re interested!

Keep Your Valuables Safe All Season Long

Plan to spend all summer in the new-for-2020 South Bay Shores waterpark? You might want to consider getting a Season Pass Locker Rental to keep your valuables secured all season long. With this add-on, you get a standard size locker rental during each visit at Great America and South Bay Shores for one low price.

Capture! Collect! Share!

Capture a season of memories when you add FunPix to your Season Pass, and get unlimited digital, professional park photos from every visit to California's Great America. FunPix lets you capture, collect and share your on-ride photos and all the pictures that our roaming photographers get for you.

There are so many ways to maximize your Season Pass in order to make the most of Great America. Be sure to check out all the options and start planning your next trip today!

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Danny Messinger

As area manager of digital marketing, I get to tell the incredible stories of our park to the world—and take our biggest fans Between the Lines. I’ve been an incurable amusement park fanatic since I was a kid and have worked at two other parks (shout-out to Cedar Point and Valleyfair!). Now, I can’t wait to share my passion with our readers! Find me @DannyMessinger on Twitter.

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