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March 22, 2008


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Now since they have a new ride attraction, somewhere down the road, they have to make up the profit in building it. Why do I get this feeling they will be charging a higher admission price this year to get in? I don't recall ever seeing Kings Island dropping their prices on admissions and don't even get me started on merchandise within the park. The place is great, don't get me wrong, but it can be a very expensive outing, especially if you have a large family.

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