Knott’s Berry Farm Extends Season Passes Again

Back in the Spring Cedar Fair, in a very guest friendly move, announced all 2020 season passholder at any of their parks would have their passes extended to include the 2021 season. That included year-round park Knott’s Berry Farm. With California parks still closed as we get into 2021, Knott’s announced that they’re going to extend Knott’s season passes even further.

In a post on their website on Friday, Knott’s Berry Farm told passholders that in addition to having 2020 passes extended through all of 2021, they’ll be offering a day for day extension into 2022 for each day the park remains closed this year. So, for example, if the park is closed through the end of April, then 2020 and 2021 passholders would have their passes valid through the end of April 2022. Basically your pass will be good for a full year from the date the park re-opens. Which also hopefully means you’ll get a full season of the new Knott’s Bear-y Tales, which we’re told is basically ready whenever the park re-opens.

We haven’t heard anything yet, but I’d guess California’s Great America will do the same thing if it remains closed past their normal opening date in mid to late March. Also interesting that Knott’s made this announcement just a day after Disneyland told its passholders that the whole annual passholder program is being shut down. Probably just a coincidence, but still curious, right?

In the meantime, you can still shop at the Knott’s Berry Farm California market and get some fried chicken from Mrs. Knott’s to-go if you’re needing to fill a theme park itch.

And as always, please keep wearing masks, keep distance, and not hanging out indoors with people you don’t live with. We really want these parks to re-open, and that’s the only way we’ll get there.

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