Last minute Summer Travel and Labor Day Fun- Six Flags and Gogos Crazy Bones

FREE KID’S TICKET ON FRIDAYS OR $10 OFF ONE (1) FULL PRICE GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET ANY DAY WITH GOGO’S CRAZY BONES PROMOTION.

Still have summer travel in the future with the kids or making Labor Day travel plans??? Take the family to Six Flags any day of the week-buy a Series 1 Package of Gogo’s Crazy Bones and download the coupon at www.gogoscrazybones.com and kids get in free OR kids get in free on Fridays.

Gogo’s were inspired by games from ancient Greece where children played by bouncing and throwing sheep knuckle bones. Todays Gogos are reminiscent of old school favorites such as marbles and jacks, with a modern twist! Each Gogo has a unique name, design, personality and special ability with an individual number stamped on each one for collecting. Not only designed for interactive old fashioned fun, but also offers educational play time without your child’s knowledge with practice in math, logic, reading and creativity.

Gogo’s Crazy Bones are available at: Walgreensâs, Walmart, ToysRUs, Target, Big Lots, Learning Express, Mastermind Toys, Five Below, The Paper Store, Permed, Caramagica.com, and Olympia Sports.

The offer is only valid at participating Six Flags theme parks, including: Six Flags Over Texas, Georgia, Great Adventure, Great America and New England, until September 30, 2012! *Each promotion is honored only with a Full Price General Admission Ticket. See website for details.

Do you know about Gogo’s Crazybones? They have been the most popular toy fad around the world for years and now these small colorful characters are flying off the store shelves in the USA. With the popularity of Gogo’s, Six Flags is weighing in on the action by offering $10 discount off of admission with a coupon downloaded from Gogo’s Crazybones’ website .

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