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    Six Flags New England kicked us out on Halloween night. My cousin, who does not speak English well and had two beers was stopped by security. When I explained my cousin was from Europe, and did not speak fluidly the security guard SNICKERED at me the whole time. He was almost unable to contain his laughter as he ruined our entire holiday evening. P..S. Don’t plan to dress up for Halloween, if you wear a costume with face makeup or a mask they will make you wash your face and confiscate you mask as well as any costume props they deem to be unsafe. After they kicked us out, they even refused to give me back my costume props. They escorted us out with NO REFUND!BE WARNED! Six Flags is full of power-trip security guard bigots, they will find any reason to steal your money and refuse entry on a discriminative basis for their own entertainment or satisfaction.

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    I worked there last year and got injured they didnt give a crap and refused me first aid when I and a friend asked for it. I hated it, my knees ewersre shattered for about 5 months, not being able to kneel, and having trouble squahting and my knees cracking everytime I walked. BUT>>>>>>>>>>>>>>I went back in, this year got a pass, and am going today. i had a good tme and yes they can be really really uncaring but all you have to do if your unhappy with the situation is to go to another ride or see an employee (someone with a radio/phone but radios are better.) Then say can i talk to the manager of this ride i have a conplaint or if its really good say i have a complement of a worker/show/ect…In the end you have to understand they work fromits always 1-1 1/2 hrs b4 opening Ceremonies till a hr after park closing.

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    The rides were amazing but it was pretty pricey. The first time I went without a flash pass and it was torture. Every single line was crammed and it wasn’t like we went on a holiday. The next time I went we had the gold flash pass and it was amazing! You would just choose a ride and the longest wait was for bizzaro which was only 30 min and we didn’t even have to wait in line. Also that ride we only went on twice so it was well worth it. All in all, don’t go to six flags without a flash pass unless you have a season pass or you are going on like a Wednesday afternoon on a school day. 3 out of 5 because of needing the expensive flash pass.

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    I love six flags I am a from new england but everytime I come for certain ride its always down and to top it off the number online never gets anyone real and hangs up all this money they charge to get it and no one can give a straight anwser

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    Worst experience! If there were no stars, I’d give it that. We had 2.5 hours to spend at the park as part of a road trip. There were seven of us in our group. It was $59.99 per person to get into the park. The lines were unbelievably long with very little movement. We arrived at the park at 3pm. When I realized that it was looking like riding ANY rides was becoming a reality quickly, I decided to share my frustration with one of the ride managers. She said that she feels bad because some people end up chasing the closures of the pools without getting on rides or even in water as the pools have to be closed frequently to check ph and such. Her suggestion was that they offer other programs (for MORE money) such as skip the line perks. But, my issue with this is anyone skipping the line leaves the hundreds of other ppl waiting to WAIT even longer….total marketing ploy to make even more money. $59.99 and not one ride? WE’LL NEVER GO BACK! THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE, RIDICULOUS LINES, OUTRAGEOUS MONEY, NOT WORTH IT!