(Last Updated: April 12, 2018)
Splash, scream and soar your way into summer with an exhilarating experience at Six Flags Great America!
General Admission: For adults and kids over 48 inches: $74.99
Child Admission: For kids under 48 inches: $54.99
Children 2 & Under: Free
Hurricane Harbor: additional $5 to admission ticket
* Hurricane Harbor is open Memorial Day weekend, May 26-28, June 2-3, June 9-August 19, August 25-27 and Labor Day weekend September 1-3.
Choose Your Day Ticket: Buy tickets in advance. Daily tickets starting at just $54.99. Save $20
Any Day Ticket: $64.99
Order tickets online at www.six flags.com/greatamerica/store/tickets for $15–20 off
General Admission Ticket (sell through 11/6): $54.99
Season Pass Individual: $88.57
Season Pass for 4 or more: $78.27 (get 1 free parking pass with this while supplies last
Coke Can Promotion: Now until 11/6
General Admission Ticket: $53.99
Purchase advanced parking online for $26
Thrill Pass Individual: $74.99
What will it get you?
For the same price of a general admission ticket, you can buy a Thrill Pass and get unlimited admission to Six Flags Great America. That’s right! You can use the Thrill Pass through September 3 for unlimited visits to the park (Does not include Fright Fest).
Regular Season Pass Individual: $189.99
Gold Season Pass Individual: $249.99
All season 4 or More: $77.99 (for limited time) each
What will it get you?
Everybody loves summer, but not when you’re waiting in line for your favorite coasters. That said, you should get your hands on a Flash Pass. There are three types, so pick the right one so you can zip through lines like a member of the Justice League. (Prices subject to change.)
The FLASH Pass: $50 – Reservation equal to current wait time
The FLASH Pass Gold: $75 – Up to 50 percent faster than the current wait time
THE FLASH Pass Platinum: $120 up to 90 percent faster than current wait time.
The following rides are available for THE FLASH Pass:
For a limited time, buy a 2018 all season THE FLASH Pass and use it now through the end of the 2018 season for $399.
For more FLASH Pass info, continue here.
Dining Passes can mean significant savings for individuals or families that plan on visiting the park more than four times.
Purchase a dining plan as an add-on online, print out the voucher, and bring the voucher to the Pass Processing Center at the park to be validated on your first visit of the season.
Gold Dining Pass: $92.99 each
The gold plan has all of the Basic Dining Pass benefits plus a free sports bottle for unlimited drinks all season, 20 percent off bonus and lunch, dinner and a snack each visit.
Basic Dining Pass: $54.99 each
Includes lunch and a snack each visit, various eateries to choose from and a wide selection of entrees, sides and snacks.
What does it get me?
There are three main rules when it comes to the Dining Pass…
1.) You get a lunch and a snack each day you visit the park
2.) You can use your dining pass every day you visit during the regular season, even if you visit the park every day!
3.) There is no sharing of dining passes
4.) Flexbility to replace a meal with a snack
Tip: Six Flags has stated that it’s an excellent deal for anyone visiting the park 4 or more times, based off of average food costs. Click here for an upclose and personal look at the menu.
How Do I Redeem My Meals?
When you scan your Season Pass ID at the turnstiles to enter the park, your meals for the day will automatically be added to your Season Pass card. If you arrive before 3:30 p.m., both lunch and dinner will be added. If you arrive after 3:30 p.m., only dinner will be added. As you’re enjoying the park, stop by one of the participating dining locations and present your Season Pass ID when placing your order for lunch or dinner. The Six Flags Team Member will verify the photo on the Season Pass and serve you your meal. If you wish to order any additional items, you’ll pay for them at that time. (More info: https://www.sixflags.com/greatamerica/store/season-dining-passes).
Continue here to visit our dining guide.
Disclaimer: Visit Lake County is not an official source of information for Six Flags Great America. All info is courtesy of Six Flags Great America. Please contact Six Flags Great America with any questions.