Six Flags St. Louis
Eureka, Missouri
2012 Opening Weekend
April 6 & 7 2012
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Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

As we left Thunder after one of our rides Greg noticed that someone had wrote "Greg Was Here" with chalk on the pavement.  Of course Greg was there as he is always at his home park taking Thunder, Boss, Eagle, River King, Batman and Freeze for a ride especially on opening day.

Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

It was really warm out and there was no line, so of course we had to take the Log Flume for a spin.  Somehow wherever I sit I always get the wettest.  I think the Log Flume has it out for me. 

Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri's the skinny about the new Six Flags Season Dining Pass.  First off Six Flags is only testing this out at Six Flags St. Louis & Six Flags Great America this year.  When we got our season passes we were given vouchers for our meals for the day.  According to Park President Dave they hope to have the system set up where you just scan your card at the restaurants by the time the park opens up for daily operation but until then you have to get vouchers from Guest Relations and Will Call when you visit.

Six Flags St. Louis, Eureka, Missouri

Six Flags St. Louis's Season Dining Pass works at Colonades Grill, 1904 Classic Hot Dogs, Villains Cafe, Mooseburger Lodge, Cowabunga Burger and all of the Primos Pizza locations in the park.  When you enter any of these restaurants look on the menu board and you'll see a Season Dining Pass logo that is just like the sticker on your season pass next to the items included in the plan .  You get either a basket or an entree and a side.  I went for the Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad (I highly suggest this one) with some onion rings on the side for my lunch at Mooseburger Lodge.

I have to say that I really like this whole idea.  In years past Bond and I would pack a lunch and grab some Taco Bell on the way home for a late dinner.  The Season Dining Pass is $59.99 and we normally visit Six Flags St. Louis 7-10 times a year so meals will work out to being $3-$4 a meal which isn't bad at all especially since the lunch pictured above would have cost $13.  The only thing I don't know about is if you can use my Six Flags St. Louis Dining Pass at Six Flags Great America since they are offering the Dining Pass as well.  It'd be nice if they did.


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