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Be One Of The First To Ride Six Flags’ New Ride SUPERMAN: Escape From Krypton

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So the good people at Six Flags Magic Mountain are doing what they can to hook up AMP listeners!

By make sure that you’ll be one of the FIRST people to test out the brand new SUPERMAN: Escape From Krypton ride during a special rehearsal this Saturday?

Launch 100mph backwards and up 415 feet on this awesome upgrade of the original Superman ride.  But wait, it gets better!

AMP listeners will be able to enter the park at half price (only $29.99 a person) and get to ride SUPERMAN: Escape From Krypton on Sunday between 12pm-5pm.

That’s a great deal AND you’ll be part of the first group to get to try out the new ride. Can’t argue with that much awesomeness, can you?


Escaping at super speeds has never been so much fun. Your escape starts in Superman’s Fortress of Solitude, where newly-designed sleeker cars carry you backwards, then accelerate to 100 mph in seven seconds before shooting straight up a 41-story tower.

Unlike traditional coasters, SUPERMAN: Escape from Krypton will blast riders at 100 mph backwards on a dual track that spans 900 feet and looms 415 feet in the air, forming a gigantic “L” shaped superstructure. Riders will hang face first with a birds-eye-view of the entire Santa Clarita Valley before plummeting back down to earth.

  • State-of-the-art electromagnetic motors
  • Acceleration from zero to 100 mph in just seven seconds
  • 6.5 seconds of weightlessness
  • Trains free-fall straight down from the L-shaped track
  • Spans more than 900 feet across the theme park
  • 415 feet high
  • Dual-track coaster

Click the image to expand and get the full size coupon. Then, download and print it!

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