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Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park Coming To American Dream Meadowlands

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13 hours ago, Yoshi said:

I wonder if the timed tickets are just for the preview or will be the standard and if there will be annual passes or the option to pay per ride.

 

If this is how tickets will be sold all the time, $50 for 4 hours on the weekend seems like a lot although I guess it was to be expected with it right next to NYC.

 Agreed

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So apparently they just raised prices (again) despite the fact that some of the rides are still not open, and anyone who pre-purchased a ticket will be required to pay the price difference and can't get a refund if they don't want to pay that difference: 

 

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If they aren't allowing refunds, I'd dispute the charge with my credit card. What a horrible thing to do to customers.

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It that even legal? To demand extra money after paying the previously agreed price. It is such a scabby thing to do that is going to burn customer goodwill. Really bad marketing. 

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The water park is opening March 19th.

https://www.americandream.com/venue/dreamworks-water-park/tickets

 

Pricing is $99 for 1 day, The twilight ticket for the last 2 hours a day is $74. That is way more than I was expecting and at that price maybe it will help keep lines shorter but there is no way I'd pay that much for a water park.

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I have a feeling the waterpark is going to suffer from the virus incredibly.  Who is going to visit a water park for $100/person, during a recession, after a global pandemic (a few minutes away from the epicenter in the US).

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1 hour ago, Mr.Six said:

I have a feeling the waterpark is going to suffer from the virus incredibly.  Who is going to visit a water park for $100/person, during a recession, after a global pandemic (a few minutes away from the epicenter in the US).


Agree.  Not to mention once again delaying the opening of the mall’s shops and restaurants.  That thing is cursed!

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On 3/29/2020 at 3:25 PM, 29yrswithaGApass said:


Agree.  Not to mention once again delaying the opening of the mall’s shops and restaurants.  That thing is cursed!

 

And the shops and waterpark were set to open literally the week when NJ really escalated to a shut down! They were so close!

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