Knott’s Berry Farm Military Discount

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Military Discount at Knott’s Berry Farm

Knott’s Berry Farm is a 57-acre theme park in Buena Park, CA, owned and operated by Cedar Fair Entertainment.

What is the discount for military?

During Military Tribute Days (dates below) qualified individuals may receive discounted admission to Knott’s Berry Farm for themselves and up to 5 guests.  Tickets can be purchased online for $19.99 (plus taxes and fees) at Knotts.com or at the Knott’s Berry Farm ticket booths.  Discounted admission is also available at a participating Military Ticket Office for $20.

Please note: Purchases are only good for certain days of the week, Monday through Thursday.

Spouses and children are not eligible to purchase these tickets without the military member present.

  • November 1 – November 18, 2021 (Mon-Thurs)
  • November 29 – December 16, 2021 (Mon-Thurs)

Also, year-round military discounts are available when purchasing your tickets online. You would have to sign up at ID.me in order to purchase.  You can also visit your local Military Ticket Office on base.

Who’s eligible?

This military discount is for:

  • Active Duty
  • Veterans
  • Retirees

How do you get the discount?

You need to show one of the following forms of ID:

  • US Military ID card
  • Government ID card with VETERAN designation
  • US Veterans Affair ID
  • DD214 with photo ID

Can the Knott’s Berry Farm military discount be used online?

Yes.  At Knotts.com.  Also available at participating military ticket office.

For more info or to take advantage of the discount, please go here.

About Knott’s Berry Farm

The park is on the site of a former berry farm that was established by Walter Knott and his family. In the 1920s, the Knott family sold berries, berry preserves, and pies from a roadside stand. In 1934, they started selling fried chicken dinners on the property, eventually calling it, “Mrs. Knott’s Chicken Dinner Restaurant.” They added several shops and other attractions to entertain visitors. Ghost Town went up in 1940 and was the beginning of the present-day theme park. In 1968, they added an admission price of $.25. In the 1990s, the Knott family started to sell off their businesses, selling Knott’s Berry Farm to Cedar Fair in 1997. They normally offer Military Tribute Days in November and December. 

 

For more info or to take advantage of the discount, please go here.

 

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