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Top 5 Reasons to get a 2018 Canada’s Wonderland Season Pass Now

Soulla Lindo

Manager, Digital Marketing

It’s true that a Canada’s Wonderland Season Pass will give you unlimited access to over 130 days of fun and excitement so you can come and go like you own the place, but check out our list of Top 5 Reasons to get a Season Pass and really make the most of your summer.

1. Perks, Perks, Perks!

Membership definitely has its perks. As a Season Passholder, you get exclusive perks and discounts, available only to you! Not only do you get Early Entry to Splash Works, Early Ride Times on your favourite rides, in-park discounts on food and merchandise, and free access to Dinosaurs Alive for renewals, if you register your Season Pass on our Portal, you’ll get exclusive discounts to other partnering attractions around the GTA and across North America.

2. Brand New Rides and Attractions

A new season means new thrills for all ages. Lumberjack will excite thrill-seekers as they soar 360 degrees in the air on two giant swinging ‘axe’ pendulums. The entire family will get a kick out of Flying Canoes – an interactive ride that allows riders to take controls of their flight journey. And be sure to head to Splash Works when it opens May 26 to check out Lakeside Lagoon, where kids can splash and play in the expanded pool with interactive spray features. 

3. More Than Just Thrills

You may come to the park for the thrills, but Canada’s Wonderland has non-stop entertainment, shows, events and street festivals all summer long that the whole family will love. From our Brew & BBQ Festival, to Celebration Canada, to KidzFest, to the Ultimate Thrills Circus, there’s so much to see and do at the park that you’ll never have the same experience twice. Check out our list of shows and events so you don’t miss out on the fun.


4. Two Parks, One Price

Not only does your Season Pass get you unlimited access to the Park which features over 70 rides and two dedicated kids areas, you also get unlimited use of Splash Works, our 20-acre waterpark where you can cool off all summer long. Guests of all ages can swim, slide, splash and soak up the sun this summer at Splash Works. And don’t forget, Passholders get Early Entry to Splash Works making it easier to jump on their favourite water slides.

5. All Season Dining Plans

Having fun makes you work up an appetite. But did you know you can add an All Season Dining Plan to your Season Pass and eat all season long for one low price? That’s right, every time you come to the park, you can get two meals. No matter how often you come. And with 137 operating days, that’s a lot of food, and a lot of savings!
 

So if you’re looking for fun things to do in Toronto this summer, we’ve got you covered. There are literally 100 reasons (we’ve counted) to get a Season Pass. And for as low as $71.99 online, that’s less than the price of two visits. But these prices won’t last so be sure to pick up your Season Passes by May 21. (Update: Offer extended until Monday, May 28 at midnight, so don't miss out!)

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