Save a little cash on your next Six Flags Over Georgia visit

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This is a sponsored post, for which I received compensation.  However, all opinions are my own.  Super-special thanks to Octopus Mommy, for sharing a few pictures of her recent trip to Six Flags Over Georgia!

 

Just because school is back in session for most of the metro area doesn’t mean summer is officially over! Squeeze every last ounce of out this summer.  Cross off one “must do” this summer, and keep a little extra in your pockets with coupons to Six Flags Over Georgia!

 

Six Flags Over Georgia Thunder River

You just can’t go to Six Flags without experience a classic, like Thunder River!

As part of their recent marketing partnership with Six Flags Over Georgia, Atlanta-based Pantech Mobile and AT&T are providing coupons offering a $15 discount for in-person admission to Six Flags Over Georgia and $20 discount off online admission. The  in-person discount will be available at AT&T retail stores across Atlanta, Greenville, SC and Birmingham, Ala. The online coupon can be downloaded at www.pantechusa.com/sixflagsoffer.  In addition to the coupon, if you’re a Discover card holder, you can enjoy some additional perks.

Six Flags Over Georgia Pantech Mobile coupon

One feature to check out this year at Six Flags include The Georgia Scorcher, which has been re-themed with graphics featuring Pantech Mobile and AT&T, and exclusive video spots from Pantech’s recent Discover marketing campaign will be shared through the in-park Six Flags TV network. A Pantech Mobile-branded media panel mister will be featured in the park to keep guests cool.

Six Flags Over Georgia - Sky Screamer

Other must-see features this year include the SkyScreamer, an extreme swing that’ll take you up 24 stories high!  And the whole family will enjoy Bugs Bunny and Friends show, as well as the Looney Tunes Dance Off.  And, of course, there’s the classics, like Thunder River and even Tweety’s Swings for the wee ones.

Six Flags Over Georgia Tweety Swings

Mark your calendars: Pantech Mobile and AT&T will host a Demo Day Sept. 7 – when Six Flags Over Georgia will capture guests having fun through photos taken on a Pantech smartphone. Guests can then receive their free Pantech/AT&T-branded digitally-framed photo via text or email.  It’s a super-cute, super-easy, instant souvenir!

Additionally, Six Flags over Georgia offers Military appreciation days, as well as “Live and Local” shows.  Check calendar for specific events.

So grab your discounted tickets and enjoy a day of fun at Six Flags Over Georgia!

Six Flags Over Georgia

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Comments

  1. My kids still haven’t gone this season. Maybe we’ll go Sept. 7.

  2. Thanks for sharing this BIG offer! I didn’t realize how expensive Six Flags has gotten over the years until our recent trip there. Any little bit helps 🙂

    • Barbara says:

      You’re welcome — yes, everything is getting pricier these days, right? I believe I recall going to Six Flags with friends in middle school, and it was about $40-50 for a season pass — we used it three times, and it paid for itself! (Plus, it came with a coupon booklet, which included passes for friends, etc. I’ve NO idea if they still do that.)

  3. Might have to take advantage of this. We have yet to take our kids for their first Six Flags trip yet.

    • Barbara says:

      Go for it, Katherine! And if the weather stays cool like it is now, it should be a great time to go. 🙂

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