Six Flags Magic Mountain Tickets and Specials 2020

Looking for discounts to Six Flags Magic Mountain Theme Parks? There are many ways to get discount tickets to amusements parks including Six Flags Magic Mountain . We will be constantly scouting for these discounts and posting them here.

It is always a good idea to purchase Six Flags Magic Mountain park tickets before you go to the park. Often beverage vendors offer discounts with their product containers or labels. Chain restaurants like subway often have theme park tickets at a discount.

So if you are looking for Magic Mountain Tickets you have come to the right place. Whether you want to go for a day of for a week it is always a good idea to plan ahead. Look for Six Flags Magic Mountain California discounts on line. Check you local paper for Six Flags Magic Mountain coupons.

During certain low-traffic seasons or at other times when the Six Flags California wants to drum up business, these can be great values, indeed.

Massive monster coasters. Awesome adventure rides. Fun family attractions.

We're talking serious thrills at Six Flags Magic Mountain California, home to the most coasters on the planet! Coasters such as Tatsu, Apacolypse, Batman The Ride, and X2.

Six Flags Magic Mountian put in three new coasters in 2020 — Green Lantern: First Flight, Superman: Escape from Krypton and Road Runner Express.

For 2020 they are adding the worlds largest looping roller coaster.

Coming in 2020 to Six Flags Magic Mountain

Blast Backwards this Spring


It’s official. Coming in 2020, Six Flags Magic Mountain will introduce an exciting season-long line-up of thrills. In spring, BATMAN The Ride and Colossus will run backwards, and in summer, the children’s area will expand with a family-friendly coaster and a new show.

For a limited time next season, Six Flags Magic Mountain will intensify your ride experience and twist your view on BATMAN The Ride. The thrill ride will run backwards, giving you a whole new experience as you face the other direction. As you fly in reverse along the 2,700-foot track, with your feet dangling below, your ride is unpredictable, because you won’t be able to see the hairpin turns, vertical loops, and heartline spins coming up next.

No matter how many times you’ve been on the classic Colossus before, you’re going to be completely surprised during the reverse experience that is usually reserved for Fright Fest. As you elevate up the 100-foot-tall lift hill, you’ll be staring right back down at the ground you just traveled, and unpredictably plunge down the drop. You’ll race up and down 14 hills and a triple jump before you can even prepare to scream.

Full Throttle: The World’s Tallest and Fastest Looping Coaster

In 2020 Six Flags Magic Mountain is going Full Throttle with another world-record: the tallest, fastest looping roller coaster in the world! Unlike traditional coasters, this unique, one-of-a-kind triple launch coaster will take the coaster experience to the next generation with a never-been-done-before launch up and over a “Top Hat” that traces the outside of a world-record 160-foot loop — plus a zero to 70 miles-per-hour acceleration on two forward launches and one backward launch into and out of an underground tunnel.

Your record-breaking adventure will take place through the park’s distinctive mountainous terrain onboard sleek trains that suddenly accelerate from zero to 70 miles-per-hour in the first of three launches, sending you blasting through the first inversion, the inside of the world-record 160-foot tall loop. You’ll then enter into a high-banked curve to the right and then to the left as you approach the second gut-wrenching inversion — a Dive Loop that rapidly drops you into a dark underground tunnel. After a brief stop, you’ll suddenly be launched backwards up to the high point of the Dive Loop where you’ll be dropped and magnetically launched a third time, racing out of the tunnel and through a high G-turn to the left. You’ll then shoot up and over the outside of the World Record loop, where you’ll experience significant air time and a breath-taking view of the park as you drop back down to Earth, rapidly decelerating and taking the final 180-degree turn to the left, returning to the station where you can catch your breath.

AAA's ticket savings: Members of the AAA (American Automobile Association) can get a discount through the AAA's "Show your card and save" program. At times, even cheaper ticket deals are available through the AAA.

Magic Mountain Ticket Prices at the Gate

  • General Admission $59.99
  • Child Under 48" $34.99
  • 2 & Under FREE
Online Special Magic Mountain Discount Tickets


Print your tickets at home and go straight to the gate.

DC Comics' Superhero GREEN LANTERN

This ride focuses the might of his Power Ring at Six Flags Magic Mountain with the launch of this exciting new thrill ride. Featuring a never-been-done-before completely VERTICAL zigzag pattern track, this new spinning coaster takes coaster riding to another galaxy.

Fearless riders brave the ride sitting in eight-person vehicles — four abreast and back-to-back,
each rotating independently. The two minute thrill begins with riders going up the 107-foot lift hill before spinning their way down through 828-feet of twisted vertical track, featuring 360-degree head-over-hill spins.

Coke my rewards Buy One Get One Free Six Flags Tickets

Coke discount time has begun for 2020!
Every summer, Six Flags Magic Mountain runs a buy-one-get-one-free ticket deal on specially printed cans of Coca Cola and other Coke products (like diet Coke and Sprite.) 2020 is no exception...and in May, 2020, the specially marked Coke cans began appearing on store shelves. Keep your eyes open for them! With the 2020 Magic Mountain Coke can discount, you can get buy-one-get-one-free admission to Six Flags Magic Mountain for you and a friend! (Or, you may use your Coke can discount offer to get admission to Hurricane Harbor for $19.99.) Grab your specially-marked cans of Coca Cola now and save them for later, if you like. The 2020 Coke can offer can be used through December 31st at Magic Mountain (or September 27th at Hurricane Harbor.) However, once the cans bearing the special offer have disappeared from store shelves, there won't be a new batch printed! To receive the discount, you must bring your can to the ticket windows at Magic Mountain; bring one can for every discount ticket you need to purchase. discount Coke cans will appear again!

Walmart and Vons sells buy one get one free cans in the Sprite 12 and 24 packs. I have yet to see any Six Flags Coupons on Coca Cola cans so far this year (only seen them on Sprite cans). It seems like there is still a lot of soccer cans left on Coca Cola.

If you find some of the 2010 Six Flags Coke or Sprite cans, save them! You'll get buy-one-get-one-free tickets to Six Flags Magic Mountain for you and a friend! But once the final batch of Coke cans are gone, no more will be printed. You need to hang onto them until you're ready to visit the theme park! The 2010 Coke can offer will be good through September 30 at Six Flags. To receive the discount, you must bring your can to the ticket windows at Magic Mountain. Bring one can for every set of BOGO discount tickets you need to purchase.

I have read that there is NO WAY to combine the Coca Cola promotion with tickets purchased online. The only way to take advantage of the Coca Cola promotion is to show up at the ticket window with a Coca Cola can with the buy one get one free coupon on it. You must have a can with the coupon on it. The Coca Cola promotion is redeemable any day of the week including weekends. You have to pay full price for the original ticket and then the second admission is free. Again, there is no way to take advantage of the promotion online. Online tickets are already significantly discounted. If you show up with Coca Cola cans and online tickets in hand, they will laugh in your face, because it’s only redeemable at the ticket booths.

So Which Six Flags Discount is best?

Is it better to buy tickets on line at a discount or use the coke can buy one get one free "BOGO" offer. Well lets look at the math.

Standard ticket = $$59.99
Two tickets = $119.98

Online ticket = $34.99
Two Tickets = $69.98

BOGO two tickets $54.99

Ant the winner is..... Coke BOGO

The only catch is that the six flags coke can offer is only accepted on weekdays Monday-Thursday

Pack in all the thrills and excitement you can with The Flash Pass. Six Flags Magic Mountain's virtual ride reservation system holds your place in line electronically, so you can spend more time having fun and less time waiting for our most popular attractions. When it's almost time for your turn to ride, an alert is sent to your Flash Pass. It's that simple.

A Regular The Flash Pass allows you to enjoy your day at Six Flags by avoiding long lines at your favorite rides. With a Regular The Flash Pass, you wait as long as everyone else is waiting, but not in line—you can enjoy your free time elsewhere in the park.

With a Gold The Flash Pass, you enjoy a discounted wait time of up to 75%—allowing you to ride more rides with less wait. With a Gold The Flash Pass you will also be able to reserve a seat on X2 or Terminator® Salvation™: The Ride. (X2 and Terminator® Salvation™: The Ride require an additional fee per person and has limited availability).


The Flash Pass can be purchased online and at The Flash Pass Booth behind Guest Relations in Six Flags Plaza. (Rental fee and valid drivers license, season pass, military I.D., state I.D. or passport are required. School IDs are not accepted.)

Prices for The Flash Pass vary, depending on level of service, number of riders and day of the week. Regular The Flash Passes are priced from $34.00 for the first person. Gold The Flash Passes start from $62.00. Extra riders can be added to your The Flash Pass for an additional charge. Xtreme Pass Passholders receive a discount on The Flash Pass pricing. Theme park admission tickets sold separately and are required for entry to the park.

Six Flags Magic Mountain has more roller coasters than any other park on the planet. There are currently 18 roller coasters at the park including some awesome new variations. The Green Lantern is a bizarre twist on the roller coaster concept.
APOCALYPSE 48" Cyclone Bay
  Dare to take on APOCALYPSE at Six Flags Magic Mountain. Get ready to ride a wooden coaster like no other. Once you experience the full assault of sight and speed, you’ll think you just stepped into a post-apocalyptic world.
BATMAN The Ride 54" DC Universe
  BATMAN The Ride combines state-of-the-art thrill ride technology with BATMAN movie magic.
Colossus 48" Colossus County Fair
  For a colossal good time, think big. Take a giant ride on a classic dual track wooden coaster.
Déjà Vu 54" Cyclone Bay
  Experience the sensation of flying forwards and then backwards Déjà Vu. 54" min. to ride, 76" max.
Dive Devil 48" Cyclone Bay
  Try skydiving—without a parachute—on this 15 story, 60 mph free fall. Ride solo or with two other friends. Ride requires an additional fee.
Goldrusher 48" The Movie District
  The rush is on. Experience a rush of dips, dives, twists and turns on this runaway roller coaster.
Goliath 48" Colossus County Fair
  Hold onto your hat (and stomach) as you climb 26 stories, then race down at 85 mph on one of the fastest coasters around. Presented by SNICKERS®.
GREEN LANTERN: First Flight 52" DC Universe
  Designed for the bravest of thrill seekers, GREEN LANTERN: First Flight is the first vertical spinning coaster in the U.S. A GREEN LANTERN must be someone who has the fortitude and willpower to overcome great fear. Face your fear through 825 feet of twisted vertical track. 77" height max.
Ninja 42" Samurai Summit
  The thrills are awesome, but you won’t see them coming till it’s too late on Ninja—the black belt of all steel coasters. Presented by M&M’S®.
Revolution 48" Baja Ridge
  Join the revolution and swoop onto the first looping coaster ever built.
Scream 54" Colossus County Fair
  Scream with delight as our unique floorless train design lets you soar through the air at 65 mph. Presented by STARBURST®.
SUPERMAN: Escape from Krypton 48" Samurai Summit
  SUPERMAN The Escape flies again as SUPERMAN: Escape from Krypton, taking the record-breaking 100-mph-in-seven-seconds feature and elevating it to the next level of extreme by reversing the direction of the vehicles and sending riders backwards.
Tatsu 54" Samurai Summit
  Get ready to fly at the speed of fear. Soar on the tallest, fastest and longest flying coaster on Earth. Presented by Stride® Gum.
The Riddler’s Revenge 54" The Movie District
  Stand up to The Riddler in the world’s tallest and fastest stand-up roller coaster.
Viper 54" Baja Ridge
  Take on the dark coils of Viper and experience an amazing seven head-over-heels inversions. It’s a Viper’s nest of fun.
X2 48" Baja Ridge
  We’ve taken extreme to the next level with X2. Completely redesigned trains and state-of-the-art visual, audio, and sensory effects move X from the
4th dimension to the 5th as it transforms into X2!

The Flash Pass is available for X2 for an additional fee, limited availability.
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