All active, VETERANS, and retired Military will get in the park for FREE. Just show valid identification or proof of service and enjoy FREE entry July 2- 4.
Join us throughout the whole weekend at the Main Street Gazebo for special games, live DJs, and tons of other great entertainment! There will be plenty of opportunities to win great prizes like Season Passes, tickets to Fright Fest and some great Coca-Cola® swag! Don’t miss out!
Although the Six Flags New England website does not specifically mention veterans for this July 4 deal, we contacted them directly, and they confirmed eligibility for veterans.
Six Flags New England is the Coaster Capital of New England and we’ve taken that reputation to the next level with the opening of Wicked Cyclone in 2015. The Wicked Cyclone offers the ultimate in thrills and adrenaline combining the extreme characteristics of both steel and wood to build the first hybrid roller coaster to hit the East Coast. This only adds to Six Flags already impressive lineup of rides including: New England SkyScreamer, Flashback, Pandemonium, Mind Eraser, Batman the Dark Knight, Goliath and Bizarro. Rated as one of the top steel coasters on the planet, Bizarro offers thrills second to none with two tunnels, fly through S-shields and a 220-foot drop.
When it comes to fun for the little ones, Six Flags New England offers four areas dedicated to children including Looney Tunes Movie Town, Kidzopolis, Whistlestop Park and Splash Island. We’re also home to New England’s largest water park, Hurricane Harbor. Hurricane Harbor offers a tropical oasis in the middle of New England with two sandy beaches, two wave pools, numerous slides and a lazy river that will float all of your worries away. All of this is included FREE with your park admission, two parks for the price of one!
While we try to keep our website updated, military and veteran discounts can change at a moments notice. Always check with the business to ensure the discount is still valid, and what ID(s) are acceptable for proof of service. Always have your proof of service available when redeeming a military discount.