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Discounted Tickets to Six Flags Over Texas for Holiday Visitors to the Metroplex (Cotton Bowl or Otherwise)

If you’re thinking about family side trips while in the Dallas-Fort Worth area for either the Cotton Bowl or vacations, the Baylor Alumni Association has secured Six Flag Over Texas in Arlington discounts for park tickets purchased online for visits between Dec. 26, 2014 and Jan. 4, 2015.

Six Flags Over Texas
Six Flags Over Texas

BAA members and students who use the promotional code GoBAA for an online ticket purchase will receive a price of $32.49 (plus $2.60 tax, for a total of $35.10 for each ticket).  Remember, just click on Enter Promo Code in the upper right hand corner and use GoBAA.

It’s a great deal!  If you walk up to purchase a ticket at the gate, it is $64.99 plus tax.  If you purchase Holiday in the Park tickets (now through Dec. 30), it is $49.99 plus tax.  Tickets purchased online for Dec. 31, 2014 to Jan. 4, 2015 are $44.99.  Please note that there’s also an $8.99 processing fee per online order.

Thanks to Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington and Baylor Alum Tracie Seltzer Stewart ’03 for helping the Baylor Family have a fun-filled vacation in the Metroplex!

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