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Contacting Six Flags Customer Service Center

Six Flags is an amusement park with locations in Maryland, California, Texas, New Jersey and Illinois – among MANY other locations. Some of the amusement park rides are similar, but others are location-specific, so some roller coaster addicts travel all over the US just to say they’ve ridden all the Six Flags rides.

Contact Info:

Phone Contact Numbers

The Six Flags phone number list we’ve provided is for the main office and all US/Canada locations. If you don’t see the Six Flags phone number you need, visit that National Contact page  for a complete listing and address information. There is an extension listed after some phone numbers. This extension is for the Guest Relations department.

  • Six Flags America: 1-301-249-1500 X 3289
  • Six Flags Discovery Kingdom: 1-707-644-4000 X 374
  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas: 1-210-697-5000
  • Six Flags Great Adventure: 1-732-928-1821 X 2838
  • Six Flags Great America: 1-847-249-4636
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor – TX: 1-817-265-3356 X 3867
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor – CA: 1-661-255-4527 or 4103
  • Six Flags Hurricane Harbor – NJ: 1-732-928-2000 X 1821
  • Six Flags Magic Mountain: 1-661-255-4100
  • Six Flags Mexico: 52-55-53-39-36-00 X 1426 or 1234
  • Six Flags New England: 1-413-789-9300
  • Six Flags Over Georgia: 1-770-739-3400 X 3298
  • Six Flags Over Texas: 1-817-938-5300 X 3139
  • Six Flags St Louis: 1-636-938-5300 X 397
  • Six Flags White Water: 1-770-590-4067
  • Six Flags Wild Safari: 1-732-928-200202 X 2838
  • The Great Escape (Splashwater Kingdom): 1-518-792-3500 X 3269
  • La Ronde: 1-514-397-2001 X 2623

Mailing Address

The mailing addresses for each for each of the Six Flags parks are listed on the official website, but we think you’d rather contact the big bosses than the little bosses with your problem or praise. Here are two mailing address for Six Flags corporate.

Six Flags Corporate924 Ave J EGrand Prairie, TX 75050

Or

Six Flags Corporate230 Park Ave16th FlNew York, NY 10169

Official Website

Check out everything Six Flags has to offer on the official website at http://www.sixflags.com. You can find your nearest park, plan your Six Flags trip and even purchase your tickets online. If you have a large family, plan on traveling for a group meeting or organization, check out the group rates for large ticket purchases.

Customer Service Email

There is also a contact form listed on the Six Flags corporate website. You can access the contact form at http://www.sixflags.com/national/footerNav/contact.aspx. We decided to contact the customer service team about roller coaster maintenance and cleaning to test how long it takes to answer a customer question.

The corporate officers receive customer service email at: corporategr@sixflags.com

Our Experience

The call to Six Flags was a bit challenging. Considering Six Flags closes during select seasons, we afraid our call would go unanswered. Fortunately, the customer service team answered the call. Our question to them was, does the customer service department close when the park closes? The agent answered no. The customer service team is available by phone, email, traditional mail or through social media throughout the business day.

Have you had a different experience with the customer service department at Six Flags? Share your thoughts with us.

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12 Comments on “Contact Six Flags Customer Service
  1. what is the ticket price for six flags there are 2 adults 3 kids how much would that be if i was in new jersey jackson

  2. Hurricane Harbor – While visiting the park yesterday, my daughter & friends had $2500 worth of things stolen. Phones, keys, money, clothes etc.. I tried contacting park mgr. & corperate. When I contacted local police I was told its a HUGE PROBLEM THERE! High volume of theft! No one in management etc.. will return my calls. Supervisors said “oh well, to bad so sad”!!! Take my advice & go ANYWHERE BUT SIX FLAGS!! They take your $$$ and RUN!!!.

  3. What a shame. Upon arriving at Six Flags in Gurnee, Illinois, the weather changed for the worst. All rides were closed before we could ride on any of them. I had kids with me ages 8-13. When asked if we could just have a ticket for a return day, we were told, NO! Policy states no rain checks. We didn’t even want our money back, we only wanted to visit again. Shameful that the kids left unhappy. Can anything be done about this? We just want to return on another day???

  4. First I would like to ask when does the 2013 season pass expire? I am a man with cancer which in no way is your fault. Every year I purchase 20 season passes for unfortunate children in San Antonio and Houston. This year because of my illness I was not able to get to Houston to bring the children to San Antonio. I have 4 tickets that have not been used. Please tell me if there is anyway you can help me so I do not lose my $240.00. At this time my health is not great but is alot better. Thanks.

  5. I’m really upset I’m rying to go to the site to order ticket for a discount. The site will not let me purchase tickets. I call the Illinois customer service number to get help and they tell me they cannot help me with that issue. How do I get a discount before I get to the park? I do not want to pay full price due to a site not working and POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE.

  6. At 6 flags Magic Mountain, I rented a ACV (cart) so I could enjoy the park without being in pain, due to a recent knee replacement. The ACV broke down on a hill, and they left me sitting there in the heat for 2 1/2 hours before sending someone to fix it. Customer service was terrible, and they actually had a security guard standing 5 ft from me in a menacing manner while I complained to guest relations. Will be my last trip there for sure! A week after the complaint filed, still no contact from the park or management.

  7. In response to the treatment of the Marine Vet who was denied access to your New Jersey park,I too am a veteran and I can promise you this my family or myself will never step foot in any of your parks I know alot of other veterans who feel the same way,now we know how you treat our veterans,you treat them like crap over a shirt with a Marine charity,you owe that man more than an apology thats for sure

  8. If you wish to purchase a season pass with a payment plan think about it twice. It’s been over a year and they still charging me for that season pass. They said that you have to cancel by going on the web because no one answer the phone. . I keep on calling,going on the web and went to the office of the park but no one to help cancel the pass and get my money back. Very bad customer service.

  9. I hardly get an answer. “the wireless customer is not available” is the usual answer. here’s another one. the recording gets to the end and magically right when you think you’re going to get a number, interference scrambles it. get real. i’m cancelling if I don’t hear from you.

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