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Six Flags Cutting Cost

ST. LOUIS, MO (KAIT) - The theme park in St. Louis, Six Flags, plans to help out with the declining economy by reducing their ticket prices this summer.

The will reduce their price by $10 at the gate and online. They hope to draw in more people to the park with the lower prices.

Because of the slumping economy, Six Flags representatives believed lower ticket prices would allow more families a cheaper vacation.

Families can now enjoy the park for the price of $29.99 online, or $39.99 at the main entrance.

Six Flag also announced a new ride at their park. It is a wooden roller coaster named after the famous dare devil, Evel Knievel.

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