Make your child’s fun unlimited and experience the NEW Planet Snoopy Expansion with unlimited visits to Kings Dominion for FREE! Our limited-time Kings Dominion Pre-K Pass is brand new for 2017 and grants complimentary admission to children age three to five years for the entire 2017 season.
Registration is now available online. Pre-K Pass can be redeemed between September 3, 2016 and April 30, 2017 at the park. Must register online or via mobile app before arrival. Proof of age required to redeem.
Kings Dominion is open for the last weekend of the season this Friday through Sunday, so if your child is turning 6 this winter you could go to redeem it this weekend (as long as they are 5 when you get the pass, they’re eligible); the pass redemption center is located outside of the park so you don’t have to be going for a visit, BUT there is a $15 parking fee.
ALSO, if you are getting a pass for yourself, the Gold Passes are on sale for $90 for three more days, then the price will increase. Gold Pass gets you one visit this season, plus free parking next year, is valid through the fall next year, etc. Silver Passes will go on sale shortly; they are cheaper but don’t have parking and expire at Labor Day 2017.
Note: if you have questions regarding the details of these offers, like what documentation to bring or exactly who is included, please contact the location directly
Kings Dominion – Memorial Weekend Salute: Honoring Our Heroes May 28, 29, and 30 – We are celebrating Memorial Day all weekend long with extended fireworks shows, live entertainment, special offers and more. Plus – all active and retired military personnel get FREE admission to the park! (Note: does not include dependents)
Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden – On Monday, May 30 (only) the Garden will offer FREE admission for military personnel and/or their dependents, with valid military ID card. Anyone else in the party (non-dependents) can receive half-price admission. Also on this day military personnel can enjoy a 10% discount in the Garden Shop. Military members and their dependents can enjoy a 15% discount (excluding alcohol) in the Garden Café.
Colonial Williamsburg – Military families are invited to enjoy FREE Colonial Williamsburg admission, Friday, May 27–Monday, May 30, 2016 during our Honoring Service to America weekend. Celebrate with special events all weekend, culminating in a march and ceremony honoring America’s veterans at 10 a.m. on Memorial Day. Free admission tickets are only valid for May 27-May 30, 2016. Guests must visit a Colonial Williamsburg on-site ticket sales location to receive their free admission ticket. Locations include the Colonial Williamsburg Regional Visitor Center, the Lumber House, and William Pitt Store Ticket Offices in the Revolutionary City, and the ticket window in Merchants Square. All guests in party must be present to receive their free admission ticket. Only one per person. Free “Honoring Service to America” tickets will be provided to dependents of currently deployed troops with appropriate identification, the service member need not be present. Military veterans who separated before retirement can bring a copy of their honorable discharge paperwork, DD Form 214, as identification of service.
Groupon is offering $33 for a one-day admission for one person to Kings Dominion ($66 value), valid through June 30, 2016.
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Right now, you can snag two tickets to Kings Dominion for $64 through Living Social – click here (that’s half-price!). Tickets are valid through July 6.
$64 ($128 value) for two single-day admissions. This deal is nonrefundable. No full or partial refunds are given to customers who miss the redemption window • Limit 4 per customer • Limit 1 redemption per pair per visit • Entry subject to availability and weather conditions • Must be ages 3+ • Valid for select dates between May 27 and July 6 only • Entire value must be used in a single visit
16000 Theme Park Way
Doswell, VA 23047
Kings Dominion celebrates 40 years of theme park fun this year! The single-day gate price is $64 (ages 3 to 61 AND 48″ tall or taller) and $41 (ages 3 to 61 AND under 48″ tall or ages 62 and above.) Ages 2 and younger are free. Parking is $15 per vehicle for regular parking or $20 for preferred.
Usually, plan to buy tickets online before you go to get the best deals. *There is a $5.99 transaction fee per order (not per ticket) online* Here are some codes and promotions to save on Kings Dominion admission during the 2014 season:
Parks and Recreation Days – Henrico County no longer participates in this program, but you can purchase discount tickets online through Virginia Recreation & Park Society for $33 tickets on selected days during the season, or $40 anytime.
Everyone’s a kid – Everyone pays the kids price of $41 when you buy your tickets online for any day the park is open between now and June 15th. You must choose your visit date at checkout
Pass Holders Bring-A-Friend – Season Pass holders can save friends $25 off a Regular General Admission ticket every day of the season, for up to six guests. There are also special “Bring-A-Friend Days”:
Mother’s Day (May 11) – $16
Father’s Day (June 15) – $16
Memorial Day (May 26) – $25
July 3, 4, 5 – $25
Labor Day Weekend (August 29-Sept 1) – $25
September 14, 20 & 21 – $25
Military Days – Join us May 24-26 & July 4-5 as we pay tribute to our brave military service men and women by offering FREE park admission to any active, inactive or retired United States Service men and women with a valid military I.D.
Last year there was also a Kings Dominion Living Social deal offered in June and September for 50% off tickets, which I will post about if it returns!
16000 Theme Park Way
Doswell, VA 23047
Deal on Kings Dominion Halloween Haunt tickets has arrived! Get two tickets for $62 through Living Social. See below for additional $5 savings. This is the best bargain compared to regular online purchase prices if you are planning to go on Saturday.
*Save an additional $5 with code FALL13, through 9/4*. Valid for a purchase of $15 or more. Makes the per ticket cost only $28.50. Note: This deal runs for 13 days unless it sells out, so there’s a good chance an even better discount code will come along in that time.
And, coming this fall, get into the spooky season at Halloween Haunt. This scary experience transforms the park on select nights in September and October into a paranormal paradise featuring more than 450 monsters roaming the midways, ten mazes — including Miner’s Revenge and Zombie High– six scare zones, five scary shows, and more. Luckily for you, the entire family can also check out the new Planet Spooky, featuring a foam pit, several live shows, a children’s hay maze, and more.
REFUND POLICY: This event is nonrefundable. No full or partial refunds are given to customers who miss the event. In the event of a cancellation, your voucher will be fully refunded • Limit 2 per customer • Subject to weather • Purchaser may change the name of the individual retrieving tickets up to 24 hours in advance of event via the LivingSocial website event details section; no name-changes or alternate pick-ups permitted without notice at venue • Entire value must be used in a single visit • Voucher will be available for use 24 hours after your purchase • Valid for select dates between September 27 and October 27 only
Regular discounted prices when purchasing online through Kings Dominion’s website:
Living Social has an offer for *2* one-day admission tickets to Kings Dominion for $62 (the full price of one ticket). They are valid through July 31, 2013.
UPDATE: Even better! Use coupon code CELEBRATE30 to save an additional 30%! Brings the cost down to $43.40. Through 6/30. On the first checkout page in the bottom left there is an option to enter promo code. Restrictions apply, like $30 is the max discount
(Check out the ongoing Kings Dominion deals here.)
Limit 2 per customer, 2 additional as gifts
Single-day admission tickets valid for either adults or children 3 years and up
$62 paid value can only be applied to Single-Day Admission Tickets to Kings Dominion
Voucher subject to weather conditions
Entire value must be used in a single visit
Voucher must be used by July 31, 2013
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Ready for summer theme park fun? Here are six ways to save on Kings Dominion admission during the 2013 season:
2. Buy online – Use promo code PAPAJOHNS to save $20 off one-day tickets, making them $41.99 online. Valid through 9/2.
3. Parks and Recreation Days – Henrico County sells discounted theme park tickets, including Kings Dominion for $32, valid on May 18, 19, 25, 26, or 27; during Park & Recreation Days June 28-August 4; and weekends in Fall. The county also offers “Good-Any-Day tickets” for $39. To purchase the tickets, go to the Henrico County the Recreation and Parks Administrative Office, located in the Human Services Building (8600 Dixon Powers Drive). For more information, call the Theme Park Hotline at 501-7500. Payments accepted: cash (please bring exact change); MasterCard and Visa pin-based debit cards; and Discover Cards. A transaction fee is charged on all Discover Card purchases
4. RetailMeNot – Save $25 with discount code listed on RetailMeNot (making the final price $36.99), or find discounts valid for tickets as low as $29.50 on certain days. To redeem, enter the code in the “Enter Promo” box at the top right-hand corner on Kings Dominion’s website.
5. Pass Holders Bring-A-Friend – Gold Season Pass holders can save friends $25 off a Regular General Admission ticket every day of the season when you flash your pass (one guest per day). There are also special “Bring-A-Friend Days”:
Father’s Day (June 16) – $15.99
Memorial Day (May 27) – $24.99
July 3, 4, 5 – $24.99
Labor Day (September 2) – $24.99
6. Military Days – Join us May 25 -27 & July 4-5 as we pay tribute to our brave military service men and women by offering FREE park admission to any active, inactive or retired United States Service men and women with a valid military I.D.
Full price adult admission is $61.99 for one day.
Season Pass – Buy season passes in the fall for next season when possible. Right now, a silver season pass is $72 and includes admission through Labor Day. A Gold Season Pass is $102 ($96 if you buy 4) and includes parking (regularly $15) and Halloween Haunt.
16000 Theme Park Way
Doswell, VA 23047
Dates, hours, and online prices for the 2012 Haunt season:
Tickets for the above prices can be purchased online through Kings Dominion’s Halloween Haunt website.
Extra savings with promo codes (go to the ticket page and look for the green button at top right that says “Promo Code.” Click the box and enter code):
– Use promo code KDNCMETHODIST to get tickets for $29.99, valid on one of the following dates: 09/23, 09/28-09/30, 10/06-10/07, 10/13-10/14, 10/20-10/21, 10/27-10/28
– Use promo code goodyear to get $35.99 tickets valid any operating day through October 28
*Note: there is a $5 processing fee for purchasing tickets online
Henrico Recreation and Parks also sells $31 “Fall Fun Days” tickets (more info)
Purchasing a 2013 Gold Season Pass for $76.99 will get you one free visit in 2012!
Now’s a good time to pick up a Kings Dominion season pass for next year.
A $76.99 (current price) 2013 Gold Season Pass Includes:
One free visit in 2012
Buy now and you can use your pass one time this season! Visit this Labor Day weekend or experience our great fall events, including Halloween Haunt! New pass holders must process your 2013 Gold Pass to receive one free visit.
Unlimited visits in 2013
Visit as many times as you’d like next year! Come for an hour or stay for the day – you decide with a Gold Season Pass.
Free season-long parking
Flash your Gold Pass and zoom past the parking booth without paying!
In-park discounts, and more
Gold Passholders enjoy exclusive perks all season long that are designed to help you stretch your dollar. Food and merchandise discounts, designated days where you can bring friends at an incredibly low rate, and so much more.
Two key benefits to the Gold Pass over Silver (cheaper, not available for 2013 yet) are the free parking and that it includes Halloween Haunt admission for 2013 – in addition to the one free visit this year. So if you’re planning to go once this fall and at least once next summer, the pass is worth it!
Disclaimer: I’m not a Kings Dominion pass-holder, so if you have additional advice, please share!