Your Cost To Visit 2022’s Best New Theme Park Rides and Attractions

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Each year, theme parks across the country roll out new roller coasters and attractions to entice thrillseekers and ride enthusiasts to pay a visit. But the cost to ride can vary greatly depending on the park.

Here’s a look at how much it costs to visit these highly anticipated new rides and attractions.

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ArieForce One

  • Location: Fun Spot America in Atlanta
  • Cost to ride: $20 for a single-day pass

The ArieForce One coaster — slated to open later in 2022 — features 16 airtime moments, four inversions and a first-ever raven-truss dive. It will also boast the largest zero-G stall in America.

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  • Location: Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park in Glenwood Springs, Colorado
  • Cost to ride: $39-$49 for a “Caves & Coaster” ticket

Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park officially broke ground on its upcoming Defiance roller coaster in August 2021. The record-breaking coaster will feature a 3-degree freefall — the steepest freefall in the Western U.S. — and sit 7,160 feet above sea level, making it the highest looping roller coaster in America.

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Dr. Diabolical’s Cliffhanger

  • Location: Six Flags Fiesta Texas in San Antonio
  • Cost to ride: $34.99 and up for a one-day ticket

With a 75-foot near-vertical drop, the newly opened Dr. Diabolical’s Cliffhanger is the world’s steepest dive coaster in the world. Six Flags has rated the thrill level for this roller coaster as “maximum.”

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  • Location: SeaWorld San Diego in San Diego
  • Cost to ride: $99.99 and up for a one-day ticket

This Emperor penguin-inspired coaster will be the tallest, fastest and longest dive coaster in California when it opens on March 12. It will feature a 14-story facedown vertical drop.

Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Rewind

  • Location: EPCOT at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida
  • Cost to ride: $109 for a one-day ticket

This attraction — set to open in the summer — will feature a planetarium-like exhibition and the the first-ever reverse-launch Disney coaster.

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Ice Breaker

  • Location: SeaWorld Orlando in Orlando, Florida
  • Cost to ride: $29.99 and up for a reserved seating + Quick Queue Unlimited + 1-time Ice Breaker ticket

The just-opened Ice Breaker is SeaWorld’s first launch coaster. It features the steepest beyond vertical drop in Florida — a 93-foot spike with a 100-degree angle.

Iron Gwazi

  • Location: Busch Gardens in Tampa Bay, Florida
  • Cost to ride: $121.99 and up for a single-day ticket

Iron Gwazi will be North America’s tallest and fastest hybrid coaster when it opens on March 11. It features a 206-foot peak, a 91-degree drop and top speeds of 76 miles per hour.

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  • Location: Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia
  • Cost to ride: $94.99 and up for a single-day ticket

When it opens on March 25, Pantheon will be the world’s fastest multi-launch roller coaster with four launches and a top speed of 73 miles per hour. It also features two inversions, five air-time hills and a 95-degree drop.

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Pirates of Speelunker Cave

  • Location: Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas
  • Cost to ride: $34.99 and up for a one-day ticket
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This boat ride attraction will feature 17 scenes that combine cinematic projection with immersive sets and animatronics.

Wonder Woman Flight of Courage

  • Location: Six Flags Magic Mountain in Valencia, California
  • Cost to ride: $55 and up for a one-day ticket

Set to open in the summer, Wonder Woman Flight of Courage will be the tallest and longest single-rail coaster in the world. The roller coaster reaches heights of 13 stories and speeds up to 58 miles per hour.

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