I understand that Six Flags requires you to keep your account for at least 12 months, but I still see a cancellation fee where, if you terminate your account prematurely, you will have to pay a $10 cancellation fee, which I really want to do, but I have no idea how to do it. When I try to terminate my account, it is said that it is too early and that I cannot terminate it if I try to contact them via their “Contact” link and say that I want to cancel my subscription, it tells me that I cannot send them a message about it because it is too early to cancel my subscription. All payments must be made via the Six Flags online payment portal under sixflags.com/payments. This agreement between you and Six Flags requires you to purchase Season Passports, as stated on the email confirmation confirmation as part of this transaction. You agree that all items you purchase today – plus all related fees and taxes – will be charged to your credit card on March 1, 2015. You understand that your purchase today is non-refundable and non-transferable. Membership also brings a large number of additional benefits that our current members communicate to us, which they consider valuable. To learn more about memberships, please visit our seasonal card and membership page. We want to be able to repay all the deposits, but there are certain circumstances in which we cannot do that. These are described in a very clear and detailed way in your affiliation contract.
There are three circumstances in which bonds expire: 1) the inability to make all members` payments up to the date of termination of membership; (2) be one or more months late in membership payments; and (3) that one or more of the membership passports on an account be permanently revoked due to an indiscretion committed in the park. If a passport holder is the winning party to an arbitration proceeding under this Agreement, the passport holder shall have the right to recover the passport holder`s reasonable lawyers` fees and expenses, but if the passport holder is entitled to attorneys` fees under another applicable law, the passport holder shall not be entitled to a double reduction in attorneys` fees or fees. . . .