News: Six Flags Adds Sleeper Cars To Its Roller Coasters For Passengers Who Prefer More Restful Ride

Cargo Shorts's avatar

GRAND PRAIRIE, TX—In an effort to accommodate passengers who wish to relax and get some rest during their ride, amusement park operator Six Flags confirmed Friday it had begun to add sleeper cars to all its roller coasters throughout North America.

Now that is actually a good idea. I can remember being at the park from 6AM to 2AM for Coastermainia, then all day Saturday. By Sunday morning, I was really tired, and tired to sneak a 30 second nap on the Millennium Force lift hill, while hoping I'd get stopped on the lift hill to make that nap last a little longer. A sleeper car would have made that nap much easier.

Much needed on MF. :)

GL2CP's avatar

What’s the point here?

First ride; Magnum 1994

Vince982's avatar

CEDAR point.

We'll miss you MrScott and Pete

Walt's avatar

I didn't LOL, but I chuckled softly. :)

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I chuckled a little louder at the bit about the private lavatories

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