$22 for Unlimited Amusement-Park Rides with Access to Roller Coasters at Luna Park at Coney Island (Up to $44 Value)

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In a Nutshell

Flights on two thrilling roller coasters supplement unlimited rides on Coney Island park’s 19 regular attractions for all ages

The Fine Print

Expires Sep 3rd, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 5/29/12. Not valid for The Cyclone; can upgrade to The Cyclone at full cost. Each wristband is valid for 4 hours and 1 ride each on the 2 coasters in Scream Zone. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Roller coasters were developed to counter the dull pace of early amusement-park attractions such as the ennui house and tilt-a-loiter. Experience modern thrills with this Groupon.

$22 for a Rides and Roller Coasters Package (Up to $44 Value)

  • One wristband valid for unlimited rides on all 19 regular attractions on any day, including the weekend (up to a $30 value)
  • Credit for one ride each on the Steeplechase and Soarin’ Eagle roller coasters at the Scream Zone (a $14 value)

Luna Park at Coney Island

The successor to Coney Island’s iconic amusement parks of the 20th century, Luna Park delights families with games, entertainment, and attractions ranging from classic spinning teacups to The Cyclone, an 85-foot roller coaster originally built in 1927. As youngsters acclimate to adrenaline on low-fi rides such as the Big Top Express, a colorful circus train featuring clowns, elephants, and a bright-red caboose, bigger kids and stilt-wearing toddlers dive in to such exciting diversions as the Wild River, a log flume that culminates in a sopping, 40-foot plunge. The Scream Zone packs even bigger thrills into rides such as the Steeplechase, which accelerates from zero to 40 miles per hour in less than two seconds, and the Soarin’ Eagle, which glides above crowds on the paths below. Throughout the day, magicians and hula-hoop artists entertain audiences on the Dreamland stage, and games such as Whack-a-Mole and Duck Pond challenge players’ skills at naming every animal’s Latin taxonomy.

Luna Park in Coney Island

The successor to Coney Island’s iconic amusement parks of the 20th century, Luna Park delights families with games, entertainment, and attractions ranging from classic spinning teacups to the Cyclone Roller Coaster, an 85-foot roller coaster originally built in 1927. As youngsters acclimate to adrenaline on low-fi rides such as the Big Top Express, a colorful circus train featuring clowns, elephants, and a bright-red caboose, bigger kids and stilt-wearing toddlers dive in to such exciting diversions as the Wild River, a log flume that culminates in a sopping, 40-foot plunge. Luna Park packs even bigger thrills into roller coasters such as the Steeplechase, which accelerates from zero to 40 miles per hour in less than two seconds, and the Soarin’ Eagle, which glides above crowds on the paths below.

Soon, the park will unveil an even bigger thrill—the 125-foot tall "Thunderbolt" roller coaster, currently under construction, will send riders careening up to 65 miles per hour over more than 2,000 feet of track. Throughout the day, games such as Whac-a-Mole and Duck Pond challenge players’ skills at naming every animal’s Latin taxonomy.

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