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Six Flags Pricing

This is the price guide for Six Flags Mexico City, because believe me, visiting this amusement park costs more than just general admission.

It is important that you know the costs at Six Flags so you can plan your visit well, adjust your budget and avoid unpleasant surprises.

Here you will also find important tips that will help you reduce costs and save a little money when visiting Six Flags Mexico.

How much does it cost to go to Six flags

What you will find in the Video

  • 00:00 How much it costs to visit Six Flags Mexico
  • 00:18 Prices at Six Flags that you should consider
  • 01:12 Mandatory costs to visit Six Flags Mexico
  • 01:34 Tips to reduce costs
  • 03:06 Six Flags Mexico Real Price (Minimum Budget)

Cost of admission to Six Flags Mexico

If you are wondering how much is the entrance fee to Six Flags? I have to tell you the following:

There are 2 types of tickets to the amusement park:

  • General Access (this is the common ticket that most people buy and we could say that it is the cheapest one).
  • The Six Flags Mexico Vip price (The price is high and therefore includes the advantage of skipping lines).

The entrance fees to six flags are as follows:

If the children are less than 90 centimeters tall, they get in for free

‼ EYE ‼ Buying tickets at the box office is more expensive than buying them online. The best price we have found here

Price of the VIP Experience at Six Flags Mexico

The price of VIP tickets is 3500 pesos ( minimum 4 people), quite expensive but with great benefits.

What does the VIP experience include?

  • Unlimited access to the mechanical games through the fast lane. (In the case of Kilahuea and Wonder Woman Coaster includes only one fast lane access).
  • You will have a reserved place in the park’s shows, although you should know that there is limited space.

Attractions with additional cost do not apply.

To buy it

You can buy it online or directly at the box office. To activate it you must go to the VIP activation center located in the Mexican Village where you must show your purchase ticket to receive a VIP Experience bracelet, which you must show before entering the rides.

Other Prices to consider inside Six Flags Mexico Park

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Once inside the park we will be invaded by a lot of additional prices, I consider that the first thing we should mention so that they do not surprise you is:

Additional Cost Attractions at Six Flags

It will be your decision whether to pay them or not. These are the games that have an extra cost to experience them

  • All games of skill.
  • Sling Shot.
  • Go Karts Teen Titans
  • X -Flight
  • Horror attraction

Flash Pass pricing at Six Flags

These are extra tickets that you can buy to use the fast lanes for 3 games of your choice. The best idea is to use them in those attractions that have the most tails. The cost is approximately 345 pesos.

Locker Pricing

Watch out for this! The lockers are an amusement park bargain. We suggest that you go light and without a backpack.

According to this you can bring a fanny pack and you will have no problem to enter the rides. It’s a lie! We brought a fanny pack and to get on the roller coasters they forced us to rent a locker.

Price of souvenirs and products at Six Flags Mexico

Prices can range from 100 pesos to 800 pesos. I’m not going to lie, the products sold at Six Flags Mexico City are really nice. They are expensive but beautiful.

As an example: A sweatshirt at Six Flags can cost from 450 to 800 pesos.

How much does parking cost at six flags

The price of parking is around 200 pesos (all day) + the gas you use in case you use your own car.

If you are arriving by public transportation, you may want to consider

  • The cost of using the subway to get to Universidad station. There you should ask for the bus stop to Six Flags.
  • The cost of the bus that will take you to the amusement park.

Remember to consider the cost of return as well.

Meal prices at Six Flags Mexico

Probably one of the most common questions when visiting Six Flags is “How much does the food cost at Six Flags?

There are plenty of restaurants and places where you can eat, unfortunately like all amusement parks, food prices are inflated and abusive, there is not much you can do and it is an expense you should consider. Consider about 150 pesos per person

What to eat at six flags CDMX (Tip)

When it comes to food at Six Fags you should know that you can choose from restaurants to esquites, churros and more. Depending on what you choose, the price will change.

The cheapest place to eat, according to us and according to what we have found, is in front of “La Medusa” and it is a flute place.

Johnny Rockets is one of the most popular places to eat and also one of the most expensive. Their hamburgers are good (I must admit it) and, to give you an idea of their prices, consider that the double hamburger costs 159 pesos approximately, it includes fries and does not include a drink.

How much does a pizza cost at six flags?

A Large Pizza costs around 299 pesos

Tip: The cheapest place to eat at Six Flags that we have found is in front of “La Medusa” and it is flutes.

How much does it really cost to go to Six Flags Mexico?

Let’s review an example of how much it would cost to actually go to Six Flags Mexico (per person):

  • Access: $999 pesos or $849 pesos here
  • Parking: 200 pesos
  • Meal: 150 pesos
  • Water: 80 pesos
  • One Souvenir: 200 pesos
  • Locker: 20- 180 pesos

Total: 1729 pesos. It’s crazy! that is why I am sharing with you how to make this experience as cheap as possible:

  • Access: $849 pesos here
  • Parking: 0-40 pesos (Arrive by public transportation or go with 5 friends to split the price.
  • Meals: 120 pesos (Eat at stalls and avoid restaurants)
  • Water: 80 Pesos (Sorry, there’s no way around this one)
  • Souvenir: 0 (Do not buy souvenir)
  • Locker: 0 (Go light)

Total: 1050 pesos per person (if you don’t pay parking)

Now you know all about Six Flags Mexico Prices and what is the cheapest way to go. You can reserve your six flags tickets by clicking on “See availability”.

Six Flags Hours

Schedules are changeable and also depend on the season of the year. Regularly they are:

  • From 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
  • From 10:00 – 22:00

How to get the most out of Six Flags

Watch out! DO NOT wear this

No backpacks, bags or things to carry They won’t let you on the rides and will force you to rent a locker! A vile and evil system that steals your money because there is only one place where you can rent lockers all day long. The rest of the locker locations charge you 20 pesos per hour and a maximum of 3 continuous hours, if you go over your time, you will be in trouble and pay a penalty!

No cameras, no Gopros, no in-game recordings, no selfie sticks. Save yourself problems.

When to attend Six Flags CDMX?

The best days to attend are in low season and Monday-Thursday; on Fridays, weekends and vacations you are more likely to be at an amusement park where there will be long lines.

If you’ve never been to the park before, you’ll want to start from the back to the front.

How to avoid queues?

You can arrive very early at the amusement park to head to the 3 rides you most want to experience and avoid long lines.

There are special tickets called Flash Pass that you can buy at the souvenir stores; they allow you to skip the line for 3 games so I recommend you use them wisely and for the games that have the longest lines.

You can also find the VIP experience that allows you to skip lines and costs 650 pesos for children under 1.20 mts. and 950 pesos for children over 1.20 mts. in addition to the entrance fee. This bracelet basically allows you to skip rows in the games and that is why it is so expensive.

Other Tips

Blocker is better than cap, you don’t want to be worrying about the cap flying off at any moment.

If you don’t want to get wet, avoid the water rides, you can lose a lot of time drying off or changing clothes and they won’t let you go on the rides wet.

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