Luna Park at Coney Island Coupons and Deals
Roller coasters were developed to counter the dull pace of early amusement-park attractions such as the ennui house and tilt-a-loiter. Experience modern thrills with this Groupon. $19 for Four Hours of Unlimited Rides and One Cyclone Ride (Up to $38 Value) One wristband valid for unlimited rides on 21 attractions at Luna Park (up to a $29 value) One ride on the "The Cyclone Roller Coaster" (up to a $9 value)
This hub of thrills promises 27 rides, including three that are brand new for 2013, an extreme Scream Zone Park, and of course, the Cyclone Roller Coaster, an 85-foot tall coaster that debuted on Coney Island more than 80 years ago: • $19 ($38 value) for a 4-hour unlimited-ride wristband and one ride on Cyclone • Includes the Soarin' Eagle and Steeplechase coasters • Open weekends 'til May 28 (not valid Memorial Day weekend); then open daily For the Whole Family The fun starts from the moment you set foot inside this iconic park, which has delighted more than a million visitors since its debut in 2010. Kiddos can enjoy milder rides like the Big Top Express or Happy Swing, while the more adventurous will graduate to the big-timers like the Electrospin, Brooklyn Flyer, or the Air Race. Luna Park at Coney Island's Website | Facebook
The Fine Print
Offer is for a 1-time event. Unredeemed offers will not be refunded after 10/28/2012. Each ticket is valid for 1 person on 1 of the following weekend nights (6pm-12am): 10/12-10/14, 10/19-10/21, 10/26-10/28. Includes unlimited access to 12 moderate/high-thrill rides and 2 haunted mazes at Luna Park; not valid toward Scream Zone and Cyclone Rollercoaster. No re-entry allowed. Recommended for ages 14 and up. Admission will be refused to guests who attempt to enter the park wearing masks, costumes, or face paint of any kind.
It turns out trick-or-treating—the centuries-old tradition of accepting candy from strangers—might not be the brightest of ideas after all. For another scary rush (with or without sugar), head to Coney Island’s Nights of Horror, the spooky, nighttime-only amusement park occurring over three weekends in October. Gear up for Halloween (but leave the face paint, masks, and costumes at home) and hit the boardwalk for a fright night featuring unlimited access to 12 moderate-to-high thrill rides and two haunted mazes, the Coney Carnival and the Cudie Farm. Enter if you dare because, if you ask the Carnies of Luna Park, keeping you trapped in terror is like taking candy from a baby.
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