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Auto Club: It's a Great Week for Theme Park Bargains; Most Southern California Amusement Parks Offer Steep Discounts.



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LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 16, 2001

Deep discounts are available for Southern Californians at area amusement parks This page contains a list of amusement parks by
  • region, and
  • links to amusement parks listed alphabetically, beginning with the name of the park. The size of the list has required it to be broken into separate pages:
 because a summer of high gasoline gasoline or petrol, light, volatile mixture of hydrocarbons for use in the internal-combustion engine and as an organic solvent, obtained primarily by fractional distillation and "cracking" of petroleum, but also obtained from natural gas, by  prices and news of a slowing economy has kept many vacationers close to home.

The Automobile Club of Southern California The Automobile Club of Southern California was founded December 13, 1900 in Los Angeles as one of the nation's first motor clubs dedicated to improving roads, proposing traffic laws and improvement of overall driving conditions.  reminds members that separate discounts may be available by showing the Auto Club membership card.

Universal Studios Hollywood -- Children 11 and under are free with each full-paid adult admission of $43. Children usually pay $33. Auto Club members save $3 on regular general admission (up to six persons). Also, they save 10 percent at select dining and merchandise locations within Universal City Walk.

Sea World -- 14-day pass for admission to Sea World and Universal Studios Hollywood -- $65 for adults, $45 for children 3-11. Auto Club members can buy four tickets to Sea World for $105. Normal admission is $41.95 for adults, $31.95 for children.

Knott's Berry Farm Knott's Berry Farm is a brand name of two separate entities: a theme park in Buena Park, California, and a manufacturer of food specialty products (primarily jams and preserves) based in Placentia, California.  -- Tickets bought at Ralph's grocery stores are $21.95 for adults, $9.95 for children 3-11. Auto Club members save 25 percent on full-priced admission (up to six persons) and save 10 percent on merchandise. Regular admission price is $40 for adults, $30 for children.

Legoland -- Admission is $25 for adults and children. Regular admission is $39 for adults and $33 for children.

Six Flags Magic Mountain Six Flags Magic Mountain is an amusement park located just west of the Valencia neighborhood of Santa Clarita, north of Los Angeles. It opened on Memorial Day weekend on May 29, 1971 as Magic Mountain, by the Newhall Land and Farming Company,[1]  -- Admission is $36 by presenting a Coca-Cola can at the gate. Auto Club members save $4 on adult tickets (up to six persons). Regular admission is $42.99 for adults, $21.50 for children 48 inches and shorter.

Disneyland California Adventure -- Southern California Southern California, also colloquially known as SoCal, is the southern portion of the U.S. state of California. Centered on the cities of Los Angeles and San Diego, Southern California is home to nearly 24 million people and is the nation's second most populated region,  adults admitted for the children's price of $33, instead of the usual price of $43; one child, age 3-9, admitted free with each adult.

The Automobile Club of Southern California, the largest AAA AAA: see American Automobile Association.


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 affiliate, has been serving members since 1900. Today, Auto Club members benefit by the organization's roadside assistance, financial products, travel agency and trip planning services, highway and transportation safety programs, insurance products and services and automotive pricing, buying and financing programs. Information about these products and services is available on the Auto Club's Web site at www.aaa-calif.com.
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