Cedar Fair Season Pass Class Action Lawsuit Investigation On Behalf of Unused Season Passes Due to COVID-19
A potential lawsuit is on the horizon for Cedar Fair, a company that owns several amusement parks across the U.S., as it allegedly shortened, restricted, and/or completely canceled the 2020 season at its amusement parks in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The problem arose when season pass holders may not have been given their refunds for their 2020 season pass.
Are you affected by the Cedar Fair Amusement Parks Season Pass Refund allegations? Send us a message today to see if you are entitled to join the lawsuit investigation.
The Cedar Fair Amusement Park Season Passes
A “season pass” at Cedar Fair entitles the holder to unlimited visits to one Cedar Fair theme park and ranges from range from $60 to $200 or more depending on the pass benefits.
This provides a steady revenue for parks such as that of Cedar Fair. However, the COVID-19 pandemic hit, and all Cedar Fair parks were closed following regulations and protocols.
A lot of its parks were scheduled to open in April or May, but this did not push through. Cedar Fair said in its statement that “given the continued uncertainty surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, the Company has undertaken proactive cost-reduction measures to provide it with enhanced financial flexibility while its parks remain closed.”
The parks have remained closed with others attempting to open but closed again after a short period which left season pass holders unable to use their passes.
Despite these, Cedar Fair is allegedly not providing refunds to season pass holders, which received complaints from disappointed consumers.
The Cedar Fair parks affected by the lawsuit investigation include:
- Knott’s Berry Farm (Buena Park, Calif.)
- California’s Great America (Santa Clara, Calif.)
- Canada’s Wonderland (Vaughan, Ontario)
- Carowinds (Charlotte, N.C.)
- King’s Dominion (Doswell, Va.)
- Valleyfair (Shakopee, Minn.)
- Cedar Point (Sandusky, Ohio)
- Dorney Park (Allentown, Pa.)
- Worlds of Fun and Oceans of Fun (Kansas City, Mo.)
- Michigan’s Adventure (Muskegon, Mich.)
- Schlitterbahn (New Braunfels, Texas)
- Schlitterbahn Water Park (Galveston, Texas)
- King’s Island (Kings Mills, Ohio)
Editor’s note on Cedar Fair Season Pass Class Action Lawsuit Investigation:
This piece is written about the Cedar Fair Amusement Parks Season Pass Refund Lawsuit Investigation. If you are considered eligible to be among the class of consumers described in the class action lawsuit investigation, you may eventually be able to participate in receiving any compensation the court may award.
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