Sesame Place Introducing Transferable Season Pass - Coaster101

Sesame Place Introducing Transferable Season Pass

Could this be a new trend for family-oriented theme parks?

Sesame Place, the theme park based on the Sesame Street TV show has introduced an all-new “Transferable Season Pass” that is available for purchase in conjunction with a 2015 Sesame, Big Bird or Super Grover Season Pass.


“At Sesame Place, our goal is to create a fun and enjoyable experience for the entire family,” said Robert Caruso, Sesame Place Park President. “We’re thrilled to be one of the first theme parks to offer this new Transferable Pass which allows our Season Pass Members to bring a different guest with them each time they visit.”

As a kid-centered park, Sesame Place has decided to allow Season Pass Members to bring along an extra pair of hands to help navigate their day at the park.

With a Transferable Season Pass, a grandparent, friend or babysitter can accompany a Season Pass Member and share in the fun at Sesame Place — rather than the same person each visit.

Sesame Place 2015 Season Passes are now available and are valid for the remainder of the 2014 season as well as the entire 2015 season including the park’s annual Very Furry Christmas event.

Below you’ll find some of the pricing details (as of this posting):

The Transferable Season Passes ($163) must be purchased in addition to a 2015 Season Pass – Sesame ($111), Big Bird ($153) or Super Grover ($231). Season Pass Members can enjoy unlimited visits to the park in 2015, plus the rest of this year FREE, including 2014 & 2015 The Count’s Halloween Spooktacular and A Very Furry Christmas!

Benefits for the Transferable Season Pass include: 30% savings on in-park food, merchandise, and character dining; free general parking; exclusive character meet & greets; advance seating at shows; early ride times on select attractions and much more. Learn more at Sesame Place’s website.

What do you think of a transferable season pass? Could you see other parks adopting a similar system? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.


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