You Can Still Buy a 2020 Cedar Point Season Pass for $99


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A regular-price Cedar Point ticket for one day of fun can cost more than $70. But deals can be had for those who prepare, and the park has just announced its extending a hot offer for its Gold Pass.

The $99 deal includes free parking and unlimited visits to the park (including Cedar Point Shores) for the whole of the 2020 season. The special now runs through Jan. 5, just after the holidays — which we're quite sure was done on purpose.

The pass deal was first introduced in late summer and was extended for Halloweekends, which concluded last weekend. Many have already blamed the passes' popularity on clogging up the park more than usual. The park entrances were shut down for a couple hours just two weeks ago, after too many people tried to visit at the same time.

The park celebrates 150 years in existence next season.

Find out all the details about the Gold Pass right here.

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