We here at All Get Out get lots of people asking if Disney will offer the FREE ADMISSION special again. The answer is: we’ll have to wait to see if the overwhelmingly popular promotion makes a come-back again in 2011 (its expired in 2010 after it hit its max).
In the meantime, there are a number of other amusement parks that ARE offering freebees. Among them-
Knott’s Berry Farm: Now through November 25, its Knott’s 21st annual Military Tribute. That’s free admission to active military and U.S. veterans, plus one guest. Valid ID is required. If you’re “”Knott” familiar with this park, its 160-acres, featuring 165 rides, an authentic Old West Ghost Town, roller coasters, restaurants, and Camp Snoopy’s children’s area. Right now, the all-new “Everybody Loves Snoopy” live ice-skating show is running for the holidays.
Knott’s is located at 8039 Beach Blvd. in Buena Park, California. Admission for non-military: $53.99, adults ($44.99 for Southern California residents); $23.99, seniors (62+) & kids 3 to 11 and FREE for children 2 and under; knotts.com.