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Pricing For 2013 Fright Fest Mazes At Six Flags Magic Mountain

By on 09/14/2013

Six Flags Fright Fest Logo

Admission to the 2013 Fright Fest event at Six Flags Magic Mountain is included with every standard park admission. This includes the Fright Fest street and stage shows, the scare zones, and the roller coasters in the dark. However, the haunted Fright Fest mazes require a special wristband, which must be purchased separately.

There are two different kinds of wristbands available for purchase. One is a general access wristband that provides unlimited access to all of the Fright Fest mazes, but you have to wait your turn in line, which can be quite long during busy times. The other is an Express Access wristband, which you can think of as a Flash Pass for the mazes. They provide you with more of a “front of line” type access, which can get you through the Fright Fest mazes much quicker, but they’re also much more expensive.

Pricing for the 2013 Fright Fest mazes varies by date, and you’ll always get reduced pricing if you have a Six Flags Season Pass. There is also an upgrade price, which I’m assuming is for somebody who already has a General Access wristband and would like to upgrade it to Express Access. Here are the prices for the 2013 Fright Fest mazes:

2013 Fright Fest maze prices

These prices are up slightly from last year and do not include park admission. They’re only for the Fright Fest mazes. It looks like the best deal is for Season Pass holders on October 24, the only Thursday they’re open, when you can get a wristband for only $10.

Here is Six Flags’ official 2013 Fright Fest video:

You can find a complete overview of the 2013 Fright Fest event here. For the most up-to-date information on the event and to buy tickets, please visit the official Six Flags Magic Mountain Fright Fest page.


  1. Eric

    09/15/2013 at 1:25 am

    I wonder if the Gold upgrade on season passes gets you any more perks? From the chart posted on the Magic Mountain Fright Fest page you linked, it doesn’t look like it. Maybe I’ll stop by Guest Relations next time I’m there and find out for sure.

  2. Jonson

    09/16/2013 at 11:04 am

    Absolutely Ridiculous ! in 2005 it use to be free in 2007 or 08 they started charging $5 per wrist ban now $13 :0 six flags doesn’t stop raising prices on everything there are not disney come on !

  3. Gregg

    09/16/2013 at 2:12 pm

    Normally I’d agree with Jonson, but since 2008 the quality of FF has gone up every year, we can’t expect them to keep the price so low forever. They really are trying to make this an event that could eventually draw in more people and possibly more nights in the future.
    I’d expect that next year will be even more expensive especially throwing in the blackout dates for the regular Season Passes that will be for FF Saturday nights.

  4. Roger

    10/05/2013 at 7:08 pm

    ^Have to agree with Gregg. FF has been (haven’t been this year) but comparison of years past, is getting better step by step. Having Colossus backwards, is a big selling point!

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