If you plan on visiting Canada’s Wonderland at least 2 times this year, getting a season pass is definitely the way to go. This year there are more options than ever before and you won’t find lower prices than right now.
2019 Season Pass - $93.99
Unlimited admission during the regular season. Does not included Halloween Haunt or WinterFest.
2019 Gold Pass - $114.99
Unlimited admission during the regular season. Includes Halloween Haunt and WinterFest.
2019 Platinum Pass - $218.00
All Gold Pass benefits plus free parking at Canada’s Wonderland and admission at all Cedar Fair Parks in the US.
Canada’s Wonderland season passes are one of the best annual pass values in Toronto and you have 3 great options to choose from. Those planning to attend Halloween Haunt or the brand new WinterFest will greatly benefit from the Gold Pass. The Platinum Pass is a great idea for anyone thinking of visiting one of the 12 Cedar Fair locations in the US, including the popular Cedar Point in Sandusky, OH which is just a short 5-6 hour drive from the GTA.
Returning season pass holders from 2018 and those purchasing more than one season pass will receive additional savings.
If you know for sure that you’ll only be visiting for one day, single day tickets are your best bet.
Online 2019 Good Any Day Ticket - $39.99
Valid for admission on any regular operating day up until October 27, 2019. $26 savings from the front gate price.
Funday Bundle - $49.99
Includes Admission, Parking and a Single Meal Deal (entree, side, & pop at participating locations). $52 savings from the front gate price. Valid until September 2, 2019.
Time Limited Promotions
Every now and then Canada’s Wonderland will hold time limited flash sales (like this one) which offer extra savings on top of their regular online pricing. These deals are typically announced through their social media feeds and/or email newsletter.
If you’re an Air Miles collector, you might just have enough saved up for some free tickets. In 2018 you could redeem 475 Air Miles for a single day ticket which is an average redemption value for Air Miles. Some lucky collectors managed to get tickets for a single Air Mile but don’t count on that happening again this year.
Typically around June/July, Costco starts offering single day tickets for a discount. In 2018 they sold them for $31.99 and we expect to see a similar discount again this year.
Some workplaces offer a corporate discount for Canada’s Wonderland. During the 2018 operating season these could be purchased for as low as $27.99. Check with your companies HR department to see if they offer any discounts.
Canada’s Wonderland is going big for their 38th anniversary. They just completed construction on the track for their brand new dive roller coaster, Yukon Striker. This year also marks the first time in history that the park will be open in the winter as they open up their gates in November and December for WinterFest.
Stay tuned to our news section for our preview of everything that’s new at Canada’s Wonderland for their 2019 season.