Blood donation could mean free Six Flags ticket on Fright Fest opening

Jeremy Wilcox, in background, and Jerry Wilcox catch up with each other’s family news while they donate blood in Orange, California, on July 23, 2013. They coordinate their schedules and regularly donate blood at the same time, a tradition they’ve kept since 2006. (H. Lorren Au Jr./Orange County Register/MCT)
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Jeremy Wilcox, in background, and Jerry Wilcox catch up with each other’s family news while they donate blood in Orange, California, on July 23, 2013. They coordinate their schedules and regularly donate blood at the same time, a tradition they’ve kept since 2006. (H. Lorren Au Jr./Orange County Register/MCT)

Credit: H. LORREN AU JR.

Credit: H. LORREN AU JR.

Six Flags is out for blood.

The first 60 people to donate blood Saturday will get free admission, the Austell theme park announced Friday. If you have a season pass and donate at the park, you’ll get a voucher for a free visit to a maze.

It also happens to be the opening weekend for Fright Fest.


The spookiest time to be at Six Flags, the one-month of scary festivities runs until Halloween on select days.

There will be 16 mazes, along with "scare zones" and 30 rides altered to add a "sinister element," according to a news release.

Put 275 Riverside Parkway SW in your GPS ... IF YOU DARE.


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Walk thru haunted house at Six Flags Fright Fest

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