Six Flags Review

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Six Flags Review

Natalie Seagroves, Opinion Writer

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Over spring break I went to Six Flags Magic Mountain for the millionth time. Once again I had a blast there. I’m definitely an adrenaline junkie. Many people in this world can relate to that. They just love getting their heart pumping while going on like 40 different roller coasters. Six Flags Magic Mountain is for sure the place to go for all those adrenaline junkies.

Six Flags Magic Mountain can be very expensive for the tickets, also the parking, and food while you’re there, not to mention if you want a souvenir to remember your time there. The prices can all add up at the end of the day. One day passes are about $68 and that doesn’t include parking. I don’t think it’s a rip off, because there’s a lot to do at Six Flags Magic Mountain. There’s over 10 rides there. It’s also a very family friendly place because there’s a couple rides for the younger kids to ride. Me and my family have the season passes which we pay monthly for and that includes free parking and then discounts for the shops and food stands throughout the park. Those season passes are about $90. In my personal opinion it’s still worth it.

If you’re into rides and roller coasters then Six Flags Magic Mountain is a place you would love and have a blast at. If you’re bored and have enough money and are willing to drive like 7 hours to California then I would recommend going to Six Flags. I would even say just go once to see what it’s like. It doesn’t hurt to look up more information on the amusement park if you’re interested.

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Natalie Seagroves, Opinion Writer

I love animals and going on adventures with my friends.

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