Six Flags has found a new way to lure in customers, namely by introducing a season dining plan. By paying a one-time fee of $69.99 (€51), customers can eat lunch and dinner at the park for the entire 2013 season.
At Six Flags Magic Mountain in California, $69.99 (€51) will get you free meals for roughly 250 sunny days. Were you to go every day, that would amount to 25 cents (€0.18) per meal.
It sounds like a great marketing stunt to me, as the company offers good value for the amusement park visitors' money.
Daily Finance disagrees, as they believe parkgoers will go for fast-food products and, as a result, gain weight. Although they also offer salads and grilled chicken sandwiches, they have never been crowd favorites.
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