Holiday World implements weather guaranteeJune 10, 2020
From Local Sources
SANTA CLAUS — Holiday World’s Worry-Free Weather Guarantee for inclement weather is new for the 2020 season.
Guests who visit on a day where weather forces attractions to close will now be able to visit another day of their choosing by bringing their original ticket back to the park. The Worry-Free Weather Guarantee is activated when the weather closes major attractions for a period of two cumulative hours on the day of a guest’s visit.
“After an abnormally rainy June last year, we wanted to do more for our Guests who had picked stormy weather days through no fault of their own,” said Park President Matt Eckert. “We’ve worked a little magic on our end so all Guests get a fair shot at having a fantastic day here.”
Here’s how it works: Guests will need to keep some form of their tickets from their visit — either the original ticket, a picture of the ticket or a screenshot of their digital ticket — just in case the guarantee gets activated.
If Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari rides are down for a total of two or more hours, the guarantee is activated and the date will be posted here. Guests will need to bring the photos or original tickets with them on whatever day they pick to return.
“We don’t get to pick rainy days, but neither do our Guests,” Eckert added. “Rain or shine, every day should be a worry-free day to visit Holiday World.”
Holiday World will open to the general public on June 17.
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