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The Pre-K Pass is Back

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Kicking yourself for missing out on the free 2017 Pre-K Pass? No worries, it’s back!  With this pass, children ages 3-5 can experience Valleyfair with unlimited FREE visits for the 2018 season!

The Pre-K pass is a limited time offer, so you need to take advantage of it while you can!

Step 1: Register. 

Register your child online before going to the park. Registration must be completed by May 28, 2018.

The offer is NOT available at the Valleyfair front gate. You must register online before you get to the park.

Step 2: Activate.

Bring your child to the park to activate their pass by June 29, 2018!

When you arrive at Valleyfair to activate the pass, please make sure you have these 2 things:

  • The Child receiving the Pre-K Pass.
  • Either a birth certificate or passport to prove their age.

Step 3: PLAY!

This FREE pass has so many great perks! Other than the unlimited visits in 2018, if you register your child before October 29, your child can receive free visits for the rest of the 2017 season, including The Great Pumpkin Fest!

Not only will your child get unlimited visits to Valleyfair during the 2018 season, but they can also enjoy Soak City, Planet Snoopy, and admission to Dinosaur’s Alive!

But Wait...?

“But wait, what if my child turns 6 before the deadline?” 

No problem! Just make sure that your child is 5 years old at the time of registration and activation, and they are still eligible for the Pre-K pass!

“But wait, what if my child turns 3 after the deadline?”

If your child turns 3 during our 2018 operating season (May - October), they will still be able to sign up for a Pre-K Pass.

If you have any questions, visit our FAQs page and learn more! Parents, be sure to purchase your Season Pass so you can join your kids for unlimited summer fun!

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