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This Week, Military and First Responders Get Into Schlitterbahn for Free

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Through June 4th, military service members and those who work as first responders can gain access to the New Braunfels Schlitterbahn waterpark for free! Click2Houston clarifies, “Invited members of military include active duty, retirees, veterans, reservists and Department of Defense employees.” And since it’s no fun to go to Schlitterbahn alone, the company is offering a 50 percent discount for spouses and children of military members and first responders. All that’s needed is proof of employment or a military ID to show the theme park employee at the ticket booth.

Schlitterbahn makes an effort to show that they care about military members and their families. The Kansas City location recognized the sacrifice of veterans last month (on May 25th) when they worked together with the American Fallen Warrior Memorial Foundation to place 8,000 small American flags (donated by Home Depot) along the sidewalk bordering the Schlitterbahn Kansas City theme park and the highway. As seen on Facebook, the result was a moving, patriotic sight for everyone who passed by.

For those who want to join their veteran friends at Schlitterbahn, the price of admission this weekend at the door is $62.99 for general tickets and $50.99 for children and seniors. Get a discount when you buy “Any Day Admission” tickets online here