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Spending time with our families is one of our most prized commodities. Take advantage of every moment and enjoy discounted tickets at the great parks below as an added value of your GFB membership.

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Six Flags Over Georgia is the largest regional theme park in the Southeast. For more than 50 years, Six Flags has celebrated being the Southeast's destination for thrilling family fun.


The park boasts some of the fastest, tallest, wildest, gut-wrenchingest rides in the country - including a few record-breakers! Ride the hyper-coaster Goliath, ranked as one of the top coasters in the world and reaching 200 feet in the air.  Or Dare Devil Dive, a beyond-vertical coaster that sends riders soaring through 3 inversions. Don't forget JUSTICE LEAGUE: Battle for Metropolis, featuring next generation interactive thrills and the latest technology of 4D gaming .  And there's Drop of Doom VR, the country’s first-ever permanent drop tower VR attraction is a thrilling, immersive encounter with giant, mutant spiders!

Guests can cool off on Thunder River, a wild rafting adventure or splash around Skull Island, a towering water play structure with hundreds of water elements. Also visit the DC Super Friends kids area, offering five pint-sized experiences themed after popular Super Heroes and villains; and Bugs Bunny Boomtown, featuring seven great attractions.


Six Flags Over Georgia Ticket Prices 

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Six Flags + Hurricane Harbor (2 parks for the price of 1)

$33.99 + tax

Six Flags + Hurricane Harbor + White Water (Combo Pass)

$49.99 + tax




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The official Six Flags app allows you to make the most of your next visit. Whether you’re visiting us for the day, or planning for season-long thrills, we have something for everyone!

• View and share your ride and park photos*
• Navigate the park with our interactive maps**
• Access ride wait times***
• View Show and Character Meet-and-Greet Schedules!
• Purchase tickets, parking, meal deals and more
• Plan your meals with restaurant menus
• Check park operating hours
• Find upcoming special events
• Learn about all of our rides, restaurants and shops

Exclusive Passholder Perks!

• NEW! Members can register for the Six Flags Membership Rewards program, earn points by checking into rides and shows, and redeem their points instantly and at any time!****
• Store up to 15 passes for family and friends on your phone for easy entry*****
• View and redeem your pass holder benefits

Use this app for all Six Flags' parks in North America, including:

• Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
• Six Flags Darien Lake
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Concord
• Six Flags Magic Mountain
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Los Angeles
• Six Flags Over Georgia
• Six Flags White Water
• Frontier City
• White Water Bay
• Six Flags Great America
• Magic Waters
• Six Flags New England
• Six Flags America
• Six Flags St Louis
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Phoenix
• Six Flags Great Adventure & Safari
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor New Jersey
• Great Escape & Splashwater Kingdom
• Six Flags Fiesta Texas
• Six Flags Over Texas
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Arlington
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Splashtown Houston
• Six Flags Mexico
• Six Flags Hurricane Harbor Oaxtepec
• La Ronde

*My Photos available for U.S. theme parks and water parks only.

**Maps available for theme parks only.

***Ride Wait Times are available when you’re in the park after 12 pm. Enable Location Services to view wait times in the Rides section.

****Gold Plus, Platinum, Diamond and Diamond Elite Members are eligible for the Six Flags Membership Rewards program.

*****Only biometric (finger scan) passes can be used for gate entry. Pass holders with non-biometric (photo) passes, including young children, must continue to bring their plastic card with them to the park.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5

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Florida family having fun

We suffered through hurricane Michael. Now at the end of the summer we are just about to have our home rebuilt and have our lives back. We bought platinum memberships to six flags and came here for an end of the summer fun before school starts family vacation. Six flags has been awesome. We got the platinum flash pass and the experience was improved 10 fold by having that added feature. It’s like having a park super power to skip all the lines and just say let’s go do that then go do it. Thank you six flags for letting us unwind and forget about the mess at home for a little while!!!
We will definitely be back...

Can’t wait until another water park opens in W. Valley

This place is a joke. . I understand being over crowded because there is no competition for the park to compete with. You can’t order chicken nuggets on the app because of a shortage. The park WiFi is terrible without them having their own WiFi for guests so the app is super slow to non existent. When ordering other food the time slots fill up too fast. Customer service is a joke. Good luck getting a hold of someone over the phone. I had issues with my membership post Pndemic which I kept paying even though there was an option to put on hold. My fault for thinking that they would be able to compensate you for being a good patron. This place needs a reality check which will hopefully come once the new lark opens by WestGate. I was excited when they did an in park survey so that I could give them some constructive criticism instead posting on a site like this. Unfortunately the survey was very controlled with just trying to find their demographic without asking for feedback or comments. This place knows it’s a joke and that we in the west valley are trapped. If you can wait until next year when the other park opens. Do it. Oh yeah, one more thing, they make you rent tubes instead of providing enough park tubes to service their customers. Terrible!!!

App is garbage

A friend bought her ticket for one day and had all time slots open, I have a platinum member pass and no time slots were available for the exact same day. We did this at the same time so it’s very hard to believe the entire day sold old within one minute. So annual members don’t get the same days and time slots as someone who is just purchasing a one day ticket on the spot. Weird how these “benefits” are working. Also when you go to make a reservation it’s beyond glitchy half my page disappeared when I was trying to make the useless 4:15 time slot? (The first time buyer got 11:15 am ) made me type in my membership number about 5 times even tho I am fully logged into the app. Ive tried, multiple times, to speak to an actual human about the issues and can’t get through to anyone it had me waiting then the page froze and logged me out. You just get transferred to multiple robots that don’t answer your questions at all. I’ve had nothing but problems with this and regret buying this membership, not worth it at all.

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Six Flags Membership benefits

Last year, I took the plunge for my family and purchased the top tier, Diamond Elite, of the relatively new Six Flags membership benefits plus a basic season dining pass for the four of us.

I wanted to see exactly what benefits we’d use most, whether those benefits would be worth it, and whether we’d continue to pay for the memberships and the dining pass.

Six Flags: Why I Wanted Membership Passes

First, a few things about why I wanted the membership. We live within twenty minutes of Six Flags New England, we usually go three to four times a year, and we usually eat while we’re in the park.

We love the rides, especially the roller coasters, and we generally have a great time while we’re there. This isn’t so much a review of the park as a review of what the benefits of membership can be for those who already enjoy Six Flags parks.

In the past, I’ve purchased season passes, which expire at the end of the operating year, but never a dining pass, and never The Flash passes, which provides quick access to the most popular rides at the Six Flags parks.

What I found with the season passes is that I’d have to make certain I had enough budget for food and any swag purchases, and while the season passes do come with free parking (it’s normally $20), the parking is in the same basic lot that everyone uses at Six Flags New England. That means either walking to the park or taking the tram but, more, it means sometimes hitting traffic going into the park or leaving the park, especially on days like the Fourth of July.

I hate traffic.

The season passes also didn’t cover Flash passes, which are a separate purchase at Six Flags parks. So I had to decide when was the best time to go for the minimum waiting time on the popular rides.

Note: for the record, the best time to go to avoid crowds is early in the season, particularly on a colder day, and right as the park opens.

Six Flags New England

When I saw memberships had become available, I noted a couple of benefits that could solve both the traffic and ride -waiting problems.

Six Flags Membership Benefits

Let’s get the cost out of the way first. Diamond Elite membership right now is available on Six Flags online sites for $17.99 per month. A regular Six Flags admission ticket ranges from $50-$70 depending in sales, coupons, and the whims of Six Flags marketing. If you go six times a year, you’re definitely ahead.

The basic season dining pass is currently $55.99 each, so that’s $17.99 plus $4.66 each month, which equals $22.65 per pass each month. Meaning, it cost me about $1000 for the 2019 year with dining. (The membership was cheaper last year than this year.) Overall, about $250 per person for my year. For this year, it would be $271.80 or $1087.20 total.

These memberships and the dining pass are good at any Six Flags location.

Crunching the numbers, six visits with $50 park admission for four people would cost $1200. Add a low estimate of $20 for food each visit per person and the total cost increases on $1680. We’ll leave out any souvenirs as a cost but also remember parking can cost $20 per visit as well.

If you’re only going a few times, the costs obviously slide in favor of day passes.

The main benefits of Diamond Elite membership include:

  • Diamond Elite Priority Preferred Parking
  • Skip two ride lines every visit
  • Save up to 50 percent on almost everything
  • Unlimited soft drinks every visit
  • Waterpark Diamond area access
  • Diamond bonuses, upgrades, and surprises
  • Six Flags membership rewards.

The basic season dining pass includes a lunch and a snack each visit. What’s meant by lunch? It’s not specific menu items but rather a time limit: you have to buy the meal before 4 p.m.

I grabbed the Elite membership because of the first two items, the preferred parking, and the skip two lines each visit but I found it had other benefits I didn’t anticipate, such as the surprises. There are lower tier memberships that start at $6.49 per month.

The Six Flags Membership Benefits We Found Most Useful

We found once we had the memberships and pre-paid, it made going to Six Flags an easy decision. No more worrying about fitting in the budget that week, I’d already pre-budgeted. That was the first change: in our thinking.

This resulted in more park visits. I’d anticipated going at least six times, from Spring break to the summer, a waterpark visit, plus Fright Fest, plus Holiday Lights.

We ended up going 12 times in 12 months. That increased our savings a great deal. The main reason we went so often is that the membership benefits made it a much more mellow experience overall.

Six Flags membership benefits

Preferred Parking

The Preferred Parking lot is location on the same side of the street as the main park entrance at Six Flags New England, and it’s a much shorter walk. It’s also much easier in and out than the vast main parking lot. The only catch is having to make a reservation for the parking space and that you can only make one reservation at a time per membership.

This is an advantage if you manage multiple passes, because you can make up to four different parking reservations at once.

We used this benefit every time. I loved it. It eliminated traffic. It made getting into the park easier. It made getting out easier. It eliminated the tram. It made it easier to dump souvenirs in the car rather than having to carry them around. (Or dump swimming gear after a day at the waterpark continued into the regular park.)

Rating: Total Win

Skip Two Lines Per Visit

When arriving at the park, we entered the Flash pass area, showed our passes, and received slips of paper that allowed us to use the Flash pass lines for a particular ride. Two rides, no lines, each visit. Meaning, we could keep going on old favorites or swap them up, so over the course of the season, we never had to wait for that one ride (or two rides) we really wanted that day.

It’s much easier to have patience waiting in a line after that.

When he went to the Six Flags in New Jersey on a weekend in the summer (not a good life decision!), the skip-a-line passes, which were handed out at a kiosk with a short line that day, saved us. Despite the crowds, we used them on two coveted rides–the Justice League Battle for Metropolis and Skull Mountain, making the stop, though short, worthwhile.

(Sadly, it didn’t mitigate the waiting for food. All food service places had mega-lines that day. As I said, the timing of a summer weekend was not a good life choice.)

Rating: Absolute win. Well worth the Elite level membership.

Saving 50 Percent on Retail Items

If you have never visited a Six Flags park, you might not be aware that they have THE BEST selection of DC Comics character clothing. More specifically, the best and most varied selection of Wonder Woman stuff anywhere.

Not to mention Batgirl, too. But there’s also Supergirl, Superman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, Cyborg, and lots of Justice League. I’m still bummed at the lack of Lois Lane and I could do with far less Joker, but let’s just say with the 50 percent off benefit, I might have bought a lot of geeky clothing this year and at reasonable prices.

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I ended up with an awesome Green Lantern jacket as well as several Wonder Woman hats and a couple of sweatshirts. The Green Lantern jacket is so perfect that I’m going to use it as part of a GL cosplay this year.

Rating: Total win if you’re a clothing geek for DC Characters.

Surprises/Special Member Benefits

These were surprises to me that were bonuses. There are special ride times for members, particularly on new rides. We took advantage for the Cyborg ride (which we love), plus some of the early openings. Frequently, there’s even some free food/swag. Keep an eye on the membership newsletter for them.

Six Flags Cyborg

One of my favorite perks, aside from the Cyborg ride, was the preferred admission to the winter show at Holiday Lights, which provide great seating. There are also some exclusive early opening and late closing times for members.

But my favorite unexpected benefit was for Fright Fest, which had a special member event that also offered the Fright Fest passes for admission to the special experiences for only $5 each.

Fright Fest 2018

Rating: Total win, depending on one’s schedule and availability.

The rest of the benefits were good to have but not in the “100%  awesome” category.

The free soda was great, though I was less than thrilled at having to carry around the special Six Flags bottles all the time. Not to mention, it gets crowded at times and without many self-serve areas, it can take time to refill the bottles.

Six Flags New England has an attached waterpark, Hurricane Harbor, which is also fun but can be crowded.

The waterpark Diamond access passes were useful in that they provided guaranteed seating at tables with umbrellas, not easy on days the waterpark is busy. The downside is that the Diamond seating isn’t located right in front of a water area, meaning a parent can’t keep an eye on their kids from the Diamond areas. We had to drop our stuff (shoes, socks, etc.) to claim the seats, then head to the rides we wanted in the waterpark. We used the table/chairs for eating and I used them to mellow out as my teenagers (19) did the waterpark slide circuit, but families with little kids who need constant watching might not find the Diamond seating useful at all.

Plus, you have to cancel out the preferred seating pass for the waterpark, it has to be done 48 hours in advance. It’s impossible to cancel on that day. And failing to cancel can result in loss of the benefit altogether. So if your kid is sick or rain threatens, you still have to show up and at least claim the seating to preserve access to the benefit.

Some of the other special offers were fun too. During the Holiday Lights, we bought discounted game pass books for $14 each, $28 total, and ended up winning four stuffed animals, a holiday Wonder Woman hat, and a few small things, plus we had fun playing the games as well.

But special offers, like the superhero popcorn bucket, were only available at select dining locations, and not always in stock.

Six Flags: The Dining Pass

Here’s where I get more on the negative side. It’s not the food, which is about the fast food quality level that I’d expect at an amusement park, though I find the pizza is good and the sandwiches a level about Subway. (Really, it’s stuff like the fried dough that’s the best.)

No, it’s that the food service restaurants (and we tried them all at Six Flags New England) were invariably understaffed. The people working did the best that they could but there were times when being understaffed caused long, long waits. For instance, several times, one person was in charge of making all the shakes at the Johnny Rockets location. Those shakes take a few minutes each. Worse, there’s no self-service soda, so the same person doing the shakes is also filling soda orders.

You can imagine how that line gets backed up, enough that by the time drinks are obtained, sometimes the food is cold. (Or, if you’re nice to the rest of your party, your food is cold but their food was eaten by the time you arrive at the table.)

This happened at the place on Main Street too, where you can get great fried dough ice cream sundaes. At times, one girl was taking and making all the orders, leading to a nearly twenty minute wait. Again, employees were doing their best but they needed more staff.

In short, the monetary value of the food is fine. But ordering and receiving the food could be a frustrating experience.

In Conclusion

I’ve kept my Six Flags memberships and the basic dining plan for this coming year as well. The convenience of the preferred parking and the skip a line passes is well worth the cost for me.

It’s obviously not worth the cost if you only plan on going once or twice but If you plan on visiting your local Six Flags more than four times per year, I would definitely recommend a Six Flags membership going forward. Once budgeted, it does save considerable money in the long run and makes going to be park a more relaxing experience.

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How To Cancel Six Flags With DoNotPay

Despite priding itself as a theme park that offers a unique experience, the only “unique experience” Six Flags seems to offer is poor service. Visitors complain that it often takes up to 30 minutes to get served and that security staff is not welcoming and can kick you out without a real cause. This is more than reason enough to want to cancel your Six Flags season passes and other benefits that come with your membership.

DoNotPay is at your service to help you cancel Six Flags. Follow this simple guide to find out how.

How Can I Cancel Six Flags Manually?

Canceling a Six Flags membership is not a walk in the park. If you want to do it yourself, you will need to pay for your first 12 months of service before you’re allowed to cancel the membership. You will also have to pay a deactivation fee of $10.001 per membership under your account.

How Can I Cancel Six Flags via Website?

To cancel your Six Flags membership, you need to be the account owner, a Six Flags member for at least 12 months, and current on all your payments. You must submit your cancellation request a minimum of 60 days before the purchase date anniversary or two weeks before your final payment date if you’ve been a member for longer than a year. 

Be sure to prepare your account confirmation number to complete your cancellation. Here is how to cancel your membership through the website:

  1. Go to the Six Flags website
  2. Click on Manage Your Account under the Members page
  3. Scroll down and click on Cancel My Membership
  4. Enter your last name and your account ID number
  5. Click on the green Begin Cancellation button at the bottom

If your account is still in arrears, you will not be able to cancel your membership until 24 hours after you have paid it.

How Can I Cancel Six Flags Using DoNotPay?

If you don’t have time to cancel Six Flags via the website, DoNotPay can help you out in no time. Follow the steps below to cancel your membership successfully:

  1. Sign up for DoNotPay in your favorite browser 
  2. Type ’cancel subscription’ or any similar keyword in the search bar
  3. Click the Manage Subscription feature
  4. Enter Six Flags as the name of the service you’d like to cancel

It doesn’t get any easier than this. You can now wait for DoNotPay to get in touch with Six Flags and request a cancellation at your behest. You should receive a confirmation email within 48 hours.

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Can I Pause My Six Flags Membership?

You can pause your membership at any time, but you have to be current on payments. This is what you have to do to pause your membership:

  1. Head over to the Six Flags website
  2. Click on the Members tab
  3. Tap on Manage Your Account under Account Service
  4. Scroll to the bottom and click on Pause Membership
  5. Enter your account number and your last name
  6. Hit the green Begin icon at the bottom of the page

After this, your membership will be paused, and you will not incur any costs until you reactivate it.

How To Monitor All Your Subscriptions Using DoNotPay

Have you ever signed up for a free trial and forgot to cancel before the trial period ended? Statistics show that an average American spends $237 on forgotten subscriptions. DoNotPay is here to ensure you don’t get charged for unused subscriptions again. Here is what you have to do:

  1. Sign up for DoNotPay from your favorite browser
  2. Link your email address or bank details to our app
  3. Look through a list of all your active subscriptions

In case you find any subscriptions that you don’t use or need, DoNotPay will help you get rid of them in no time.

We can also help you terminate any other theme park subscription, such as the Universal Annual Pass. Our app can also help you secure a refund for Six Flags rides, Disney tickets, and Universal Studios tickets.

Explore Alternatives to Six Flags

If you are tired of Six Flags and are looking for alternatives, we have got you covered. Here are theme parks that you might want to consider visiting.

Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom
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  • Platinum pass is $39 per month
  • Pre-K pass for kids aged three to five 
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Canobie Lake Park
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  • Platinum season pass is $199
  • Castaway Island water park with up to 85 rides
  • Critters Live! show
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Kings Dominion
  • Platinum pass is $202
  • Gold pass is $89
  • Silver pass is $75
  • Pre-K pass with free admission for kids aged three to five
  • 20-acre water park soak city
  • Military discounts for vets and front line warriors

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