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Announcing the All-New Season Pass Drink Plan!

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We’ve made quenching your thirst even easier this year with the NEW Season Pass Drink Plan. Now, instead of carrying around a souvenir bottle all day (which of course you can still do if you want a keepsake of the 2017 season), you can choose to receive a paper cup every time you refill your drink!

No more having to remember to bring your bottle with you, or trying to figure out which one is yours when you hop off Leviathan, unless you want to!

How does it work?

Both the All Season Souvenir Bottle and the Season Pass Drink Plan are only $29.99 and allow you to refill your drink every 15 minutes at dedicated refresh stations throughout the park every time you visit. That’s up to 48 refills in just one day! And with more than 130 operating days this season, that’s A LOT of refills. (Warning: please refer to the park map for all washroom locations.)

How to redeem?

New this year: bring your drink voucher with you when you process your Season Pass, and the drink plan will be added to your card. It’s that easy!

Already purchased the Souvenir Bottle but want to switch to the new drink plan? No worries! When you redeem your voucher, you’ll be asked which plan you want and can then make your selection. But keep in mind, if you change your mind anytime after that, there will be a $2.99 fee to switch plans.

Be sure to take advantage of this great deal and stay hydrated at the park all season long!

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