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Thursday, June 14, 2012

Giveaway: 2 Knott's Berry Farm Tickets

Knott's Berry Farm Circa 1980
 
 Summer is the perfect time to grab a Season Pass to Knott's Berry Farm!
Why? 
Because they are SUPER AFFORDABLE and Knott's is a fun place to be!
Plus, the prices go up July 1st, so don't wait!

Knott's Season Passes
 $69.99 for adults and $64.99 for seniors (62+) & kids (3-11)


Some of the perks of being a season pass holder include:
  • Dining Discounts
  • Merchandise Discounts
  • No Blackout Dates
  • Bring A Friend Discount Days
  • Special invites to Passholder only events
  • Exclusive Season Pass Holder Collector Pins
Knott's Berry Farm circa 1980

So it's time to grab a Season Pass and start making memories
that your kids will carry into adulthood - just like I did as a kid
and hopefully my kids are too!
 
 

You can find Knott's on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram (@KnottsBerryFarm)!

GIVEAWAY TIME!!! 
Knott's has given me 
a pair of regular admission tickets to giveaway!
Hooray!

Mandatory entry:
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and leave me a comment on how you enjoy
amusement parks with kids!

 






Giveaway ends June 21st at 12:00PM PST.
Winner will be chosen at random by Rafflecopter.
This is not a compensated post.

13 comments:

Jaime said...

Lots of snacks, and bring clothes to layer.

Brooke Kenny said...

Make sure you have a stroller with storage on it and also bring a lot of water!

Melanie said...

Oooh!! How fun! I haven't been there in years!

Livin' La Vida Lanphear said...

When we go to an amusement park with our kids we always bring the stroller, even though they are pretty much too big for it, we load it up with snacks to keep them happy and save money. We also try to buy the souveniers at a discount place before we go to the park: happy kids for less money!

Christy said...

I should have great tips for going to amusement parks with kids since I live by Disneyland & Knotts but our older 2 kids are just now getting to the stage where it's super fun to take them so we've only gone a few times to Disneyland. I would say my tips are...
1. Bring bottles of water because you get super thirsty and won't want to have to pay a fortune on water (or juice boxes for kids if it's easier).
2. take as little with you as possible that you wouldn't want to leave in the stroller. You leave your stroller unattended during rides and won't want to carry a ton of stuff onto rides with you. Did that make sense?

April @ PolkaDots n' PinkySwears said...

Bring:
1. Lots of water &
2. Snacks

They're either always thirsty or hungry. Other than that, their usually fine :)

Ashlee said...

Can't say I've done amusement parks with kids, since I've got a 1 and 4 year old, but I'd love to see what others do!

The Castro Family said...

2 tips: LOTSA snacks & Lots of sunscreen! :)

Donna said...

I love taking my 4 year old to the amusement park. We bring lots of snacks, sunscreen and the stroller.

Lady Cupcake said...

Snacks nd bribery that if they behave we can buy a sucker at the gift shop on the way out for them to eat in the car on the ride home.
iamladycupcake at gmail dot com

Kikal said...

I enjoy my parks in bits at a time. That's why season passes are the best, you can go do a little in the mornings without the heat and crowds and still come back and play another day!

The Galloway Clan said...

I love Snoopy and have the tattoo to prove it. :-P

The Galloway Clan said...

My two tips for amusement parks:

Bring some Wet Wipes and snacks.

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