Save on Darien Lake Season Passes

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Get discounted Darien Lake season passes through May 30th!

You guys know of my love for upstate New York. From Niagara Falls to Ithaca to The Baseball Hall of Fame to visiting old haunts, it’s a place that brings me peace and happiness.

When I was younger, we used to visit Darien Lake, which is located between Buffalo and Rochester. It’s a crazy fun amusement/water park, and this year I’ll be bringing my own kids along.

I haven’t been there since I was a teen and was trying to convince my parents to let me get my belly button pierced, so this will be quite a different experience! (Hopefully I have a few more years before I have to worry about that request with my own kids.)

But I’m not telling you this just to brag about my travels. I’m telling you because they have a deal going on right now where you can get season passes for only $64.99, plus some extra freebies like no-cost parking and a mug. Especially advantageous if you live in the Western New York region! This deal only runs through May 30th, though, so hop on it.

Here’s a little bit more about the park:

Darien Lake’s wide variety of entertainment has made it “destination fun” since 1964. Located 45 minutes from Niagara Falls between Buffalo and Rochester, N.Y., today the park boasts more than 50 rides, including six world-class roller coasters; dozens of family-friendly rides; the region’s largest water park complete with wave pool; a 20,000-seat performing arts center, operated by Live Nation; and world-class in-park entertainment. Schedule your visit today!

What’s your favorite amusement park memory? How do you plan to save when you hit these places up for fun during the summer months? Student passes? Holiday discounts? Employer days? Whatever your methods, we want to hear about them in the comments section!

 

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2 thoughts on “Save on Darien Lake Season Passes

  1. Amanda @ centsiblyrich

    Sounds like fun!

    When we visit our local theme park, I usually find discount tickets through local businesses. We save by taking our own water bottles and pack lunches (we have to eat outside the gate, but get our hands stamped to get back in, and they have a nice grassy area for picnics).

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