General Carowinds discussion
#109257
I personally happy they are staying closed, all themeparks for that matter, grant it yes I’m beyond coaster withdrawals. I see as the park keeping them safe too. Last thing we need to hear all over the news is someone catching covid19 at Carowinds. That’s exactly how the media would say it “BREAKING NEWS PERSON TESTS POSITIVE FOR COVID19 AT CAROWINDS”. Not a good look which could the lead to lawsuit knowing people.
#109289
Cedar Point has a different announcement, basically just like Carowinds's current announcement and dated the same day, 3/20, in the form of a release by Zimmerman:

https://www.cedarpoint.com/park-update

"For 2020 Season Passholders, we will be adding days to the park’s operating calendar to accommodate for the days the park is temporarily closed (against original 2020 operating calendar). Additionally, 2020 Season Passholders will enjoy added-value benefits to be announced at time of park opening."

I wouldn't be surprised if this changes later to match Knott's. It's good business and keeps customer satisfaction and expectation high, even though it will hurt base revenue obviously.
#109290
jeffdavis wrote:
I wouldn't be surprised if this changes later to match Knott's. It's good business and keeps customer satisfaction and expectation high, even though it will hurt base revenue obviously.

What days could be added to the schedule that would benefit passholders, or anyone for that matter? There's a reason the parks are scheduled to close when they do.

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