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A day of thrills makes you hungry!

 

Six Flags Great Adventure introduces a new Season Dining Pass that lets you eat lunch and dinner at the park every time you visit for just one upfront payment. Our $69.99 Dining Pass provides meals through September 8. For just $5 more, you can add meals during Fright Fest in October.

 

How Does It Work?

Buy one pass that lets you eat both one lunch and one dinner every time you visit the park. The dining pass is available to Season Pass Holders and is added onto the Season Pass card. Each meal comes with one of several entrees. The program features a wide variety of entrees at restaurants all over the park including pulled pork sandwiches, chicken strips, cheeseburgers, pizza, salads, hot dogs, grilled chicken sandwiches, nachos, brisket sandwiches, meatball subs, chicken wings and more.

 

Combo Season Dining Pass

If you have a 2013 Combo Season Pass, then you can purchase a combo dining pass good at both Six Flags Great Adventure and Hurricane Harbor New Jersey for just $20 more. Enjoy lunch and dinner each time you visit the water park too. Nothing makes you hungrier than a day of sun and swimming!

 

Refillable Souvenir Bottle for $9.99

Season Dining Pass members can purchase a refillable 2013 Souvenir Bottle for just $9.99 — a 30% savings. Enjoy free refills on your first visit and 99¢ refills for the rest of the season. The discount Souvenir Bottle can be purchased at the park when you present your Season Dining Pass on your first visit.

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 

•How can I purchase the Season Dining Pass?

There are two ways to purchase the pass—online or at the park. At the park you can purchase dining passes at the ticket booths outside the entry gates or at the Season Pass Processing Center.

 

•What do I do after I purchase the Season Dining Pass online?

The first step is to print out the voucher(s) at home. You will receive one voucher for each Season Dining Pass purchased. On your first visit to the park, you will need to go to the Pass Processing Center to process that voucher. If you have already processed your 2013 Season Pass, the Pass Processing Center will add the Dining feature to your Season Pass ID. If you have not processed your 2013 Season Pass, the Pass Processing Center will process your Season Pass and Season Dining Pass at the same time.

 

•What do I do after I purchase the Season Dining Pass at the park?

Once you purchase the Season Dining Pass at the park, you will receive a voucher to process at the Pass Processing Center. If you have already processed your 2013 Season Pass, the Pass Processing Center will add the Dining feature to your Season Pass ID. If you have not processed your 2013 Season Pass, the Pass Processing Center will process your Season Pass and Season Dining Pass at the same time.

 

•How will the park know I have purchased a Season Dining Pass?

It will be indicated on your 2013 Season Pass ID.

 

•How do I redeem my meals?

When you scan your Season Pass ID at the turnstiles to enter the park, your meal vouchers for the day will automatically be added to your Season Pass card. If your arrive before 3:00 p.m., then both a lunch and dinner voucher will be added onto your ID. If you arrive after 3:00 p.m., only a dinner voucher will be added. As you're enjoying the park, you simply stop by one of the participating dining locations and present your Season Pass ID when placing your order for lunch or dinner. The Six Flags Team Member will verify the photo on the Season Pass, ring up your selection and serve your meal which will be automatically deducted from your Season Pass card. If you wish to order any additional items, you'll pay for them at that time.

 

•Where can I redeem my Meal Vouchers?

There are several restaurants in the park where the Season Dining Pass is accepted which are listed below.

 

•Are there specific times that we are allowed to eat?

The lunch voucher is valid from noon until 3 p.m. and the dinner voucher is valid from 4 p.m. until

7 p.m. If you have purchased a Combo Dining Pass, lunch at Hurricane Harbor is available from

11:30 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. and dinner is available from 4 p.m. to 6.p.m. Shortened park hours may cause meal times to vary.

 

•Do the meals include a drink?

The meals do not include a drink. With a Season Dining Pass, you are able to purchase a 2013 Souvenir Bottle for a discounted price of $9.99. Refills are free on your first visit and $.99 each on subsequent visits.

 

•Can anyone use my Dining Pass Voucher?

Vouchers are non-transferrable. The dining pass is only available to the Pass Holder shown on the Season Pass ID.

 

Participating Locations

•Best of the West

•Granny's Country Kitchen

•Load It Up

•Macho Nacho

•Main Street Pub

•Primo's Pizzeria — Liberty Square

•Primo's Pizzeria — Nitro

•Primo's Pizzeria — Wildside

•Superheroes' Snacks

•The Great Character Cafe

•Totally Kickin' Chicken — Boardwalk

•Totally Kickin' Chicken — El Toro

 

Menu Options:

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Season Dining Pass is only available to 2013 Season Pass Holders, valid at Six Flags Great Adventure. Designated lunch and dinner timeframes vary by day. Vouchers are non-transferable and Season Pass ID must be presented when ordering meal. Locations and meal options are subject to change. Season Dining Pass is not eligible for Easy Pay Payment Program.

 

$69.99 Dining Pass is valid through September 8, 2013. $74.99 Dining Pass is valid through October 27, 2013. Add $20 more for Combo Dining Passes, valid at both Six Flags Great Adventure and Hurricane Harbor New Jersey. With a Combo Dining Pass, you may only enjoy one lunch and one dinner per day at either park. Prices do not include tax. $5.99 service fee applies to online orders.

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I have heard of people doing that.

If I understand your question correctly, your 2017 dining pass should work until the close of the season here at Great Adventure but since that is January 1 I don't think I follow your exactly.

I wonder if the meals that normally come with a side like fries will still include them like a burger or chicken strips or if it will be just the main item only. I know last year at the parks they tested it at, the side that normally came with the meal was included but looking at the list I notice pizza specifically notes that fries are included and nothing else says that. Even if it is just a sandwich/entree, it is an awesome deal. Looks like I won't be going to WaWa anymore either before going to the park or after leaving the park.

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Why is the Chinese, the Teriaki place or the Cheessteak place not on it. Those are 3 places our family would eat if we didnt bring a lunch.

 

*** Also does anyone know if the Season Dining Pass will work at other SF parks. Was going to try and go to SFA this year and dont want to bring a lunch.

 

I'm also thinking of just getting 1 on my season pass and not on the rest of the families. Most of the time my daughter and I just go and we split the meal(s). Then it would be worth it but we usually split Panda Express or a Cheesesteak.

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Those are contractors and not run by the park.

 

I believe the dining pass is only good a park of purchase. It will also be interesting to see if people who buy passes from other parks (to get them cheaper) will be able to add the dining pass for Great Adventure or if they will be SOL for being cheapskates.

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i always ate at the park. my wife and i would eat at best of the west. we both would get chicken fingers, fries and a drink. Definately gonna get this! i buy my season pass through my job, i hope they offer it soon!

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It really is a great deal, I bought 2 with Hurricane Harbor and Fright Fest, with the Discover discount the total was $198.11. We went opening day and got lunch and dinner, the total would have been $51.00 so it won't take very long to reach what I paid. I remember last year I bought chicken strips with fries and got another one for 50% off with the coupon in the book, along with the souvenir cup and the total was over $32.00. Remembering that made paying for the dining pass an easy decision. Now I have my eye on the new Six Below ice cream and frozen yogurt stands that popped up, can't wait to try those.

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^ I totally agree! Not only is it a great deal, but the park has made it really easy to use by identifying which restaurants are participating and clearly posting which items are included on the menu boards.

 

Here is the pamphlet that they are handing out at the park to explain the program.

 

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I'm kind of surprised that it is valid at Nathans, since I wasn't expecting any of the chain restaurants to accept it. I'll have to try it sometime this season.

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In case anyone was intrested, the Dining Pass in now valid at Nathans in the Boardwalk. There are also a couple of meals that you can get at the park that are not on the online menu.

 

As of Saturday, there was no mention of the Dining Pass at Nathans (on the menus or signage at the restaurant).

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When I waked in around 4:00 on Saturday, it showed 4 or 5 items on the menu board with the dining pass logo next to it. It was just the hot dog (a few different choices) and I think corn dog nuggets with no side (prices were $4.49 to $5.99 for the items included) so I decided to go somewhere else.

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I think the park should offer a drink option where you don't need to have the refillable soda bottle. Even for a few dollars more they could embed or print it on your season pass and offer it for an initial purchase price with the 0.99 "refill" offers. I hate carrying things around all day. I think a lot of people feel the same way and would be willing to purchase this option.

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I would purchase that if it was offered. I never buy the refillable souvenir bottle even though it's a good deal and would be willing to pay another $10 - $15 for the option of getting a soda with the meal and not have to think about bringing the souvenir bottle with me.

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I'm excited that it will include the Garden State Grill, as last year they did not include any of the Asian restaurants, which normally have healthier food options. But now im sure to eat there!

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They should be back but the price might be going up to $4.99 I saw a report from SFOT opening weekend and there was a sign up saying all day refills are now $4.99.

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