As soon as you go through the ticket turnstile, head to the front office immediately to the right. Have your children's height measured and given wrist bands. The measuring devices they use at the rides err on the tall side plus you can avoid having your kids pulled off rides to be measured if they have the writbands. If you want to ride some of the coasters, get a parent pass that will allow one adult ride and then let a second adult enter through the exit to ride while the first adult watches the kids.
posted: May. 7, 2010 @ 2:49p
your link takes to a page with no information on the tickets...
posted: May. 7, 2010 @ 2:54p
I think the Mods edited out the Company ID information from your link...Mods - heard of case by case basis?!?
Great price!! I'm tired of Kings Island, but I end up going every year anyway. Thanks!
posted: May. 10, 2010 @ 9:09a
It looks like this is supposedly for Ford Workers ... any chance they will check when you show up?
posted: May. 10, 2010 @ 10:57a
pjs22 said: It looks like this is supposedly for Ford Workers ... any chance they will check when you show up?
Last year some friends used the discount for the Kentucky Credit Union League and they had no problemn using their $22 tickets.
I don't see any where on the Kings Island link where it states you need to bring id. This UAW Webiste references the link for the KI discount but does not mention the need for an id. When you print off the ticket, it should come with a list of terms and conditions. KI can't just ask for an additional id unless it's stated on the ticket.
posted: May. 12, 2010 @ 2:26p
Has anyone purchased and printed the Ford workers ticket yet? I was just wondering if it says anything about showing ID in the terms. I doubt it but was just wondering. Thanks!
posted: May. 12, 2010 @ 3:51p
While I have not tried these tickets. I doubt very very seriously that the gate children will try and stop someone who might not be UAW while using these tickets. Quick answer, my uncle Bob gave these to me. Seriously. These may be a benefit, or sale offered to UAW members. And in that capacity, perhaps were not supposed to buy them. But someone who is UAW purchasing them, they can give them to anyone they want to.
I've been plenty of times over the years on P&G day. I have never worked for Profit and Gawd, But my friends parents do. And many years the parental units didn't want to go so they gave the tickets to us.
Thanks for posting. We have family passes, so I won't be buying them. But it's nice to know. And if I wanted to bring someone . . .
posted: May. 13, 2010 @ 7:02a
I agree with you Bear, but I just wanted to make sure things haven't changed. My dad is a UAW (has worked at Navistar for years) and used to always get discounted tickets like these for KI. They were for friends or family of the UAW - it didn't matter to them who they were for. Unfortunately, Navistar quit selling them years ago.
And thanks to both people who posted the links!
posted: May. 13, 2010 @ 10:36p
do you know of any good deals on the pay once visit twice tickets? we are going for 2 days in June and it is expensive... Thanks
posted: May. 14, 2010 @ 12:26p
Thank you for the websites..just bought 8 tix and saved a bundle!!
posted: Jun. 25, 2010 @ 3:33p
Sounds like a great deal, I want to take the kids in July - but the link is not working.
posted: Jul. 3, 2010 @ 12:49p
The link in the sixth post of this thread ($23 per ticket)is still working.
posted: Jul. 6, 2010 @ 10:37a
Updated link in Quick Summary to one that works. Different link but still $21.99.
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