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Six Flags "membership" passess ( Great Adventure)

I read on the Six Flags site yesterday about membership passes, just wanted to know what any one else thinks about them and if any one already has one. It seems it has it's benefits, but for me, my park is Great Adventure,it doesn't make sense to pay for 5 to 6 months on a membership and not be able to use in the winter . ?

Sure, you're going to be paying for months that you may not be using your pass, but when you think about how much money you'll be saving monthly by breaking down your payments over time, it almost makes it worth it.

Right now I currently use their payment plan for my gold season pass which means I'm paying about

$6 a month (plus the initial higher payment for the first month) over a period of 12 months. That comes out to be about $80 by October 2013 (I bought it in October 2012) for six months of use.

With the new membership plan, if I buy a gold membership in October 2013 (at the end of this season), I'll be paying

$8 over a period of a twelve month commitment, ending in October 2014. My total payment for the first year will be about $96, as long as they don't raise monthly membership prices (my one of two minor red flags with this new system -- see below for the other one).

While this may be a bit higher than the gold season pass prices for this year, I suspect they will be raising season pass prices overall for 2014 since they've been offering them at a bargain in recent years and the economy is doing better. At the end of the day, my membership pass will probably come out to be about the same as a season pass bought in full for 2014.

If that still doesn't make sense, Six Flags's FAQ explains it by saying that with the payment plan, you were basically being lent money for your pass that you then had to pay back each month. With the membership pass, you're basically signing into a one year commitment and paying each month similar to what you would do with a cell phone bill and/or gym membership.

In reality, it's the same thing and it's just Six Flags's attempt to change it up a bit and get people locked into paying a monthly bill for 12 months, if they weren't already on the payment plan. And for me, that's okay, but it's going to be different for each person.

My only other small red flag that the FAQ doesn't address is what happens once you cancel after 12 months. Do you you have to commit to another 12 months or can you just reactive your pass and begin paying for each month you want to use it. Seems like they suspiciously left this out of the FAQ for a reason.

* This post was modified at 7/12/13 10:56:48 AM *

Sure, you're going to be paying for months that you may not be using your pass, but when you think about how much money you'll be saving monthly by breaking down your payments over time, it almost makes it worth it.

Right now I currently use their payment plan for my gold season pass which means I'm paying about

$6 a month (plus the initial higher payment for the first month) over a period of 12 months. That comes out to be about $80 by October 2013 (I bought it in October 2012) for six months of use.

With the new membership plan, if I buy a gold membership in October 2013 (at the end of this season), I'll be paying

$8 over a period of a twelve month commitment, ending in October 2014. My total payment for the first year will be about $96, as long as they don't raise monthly membership prices (my one of two minor red flags with this new system -- see below for the other one).

While this may be a bit higher than the gold season pass prices for this year, I suspect they will be raising season pass prices overall for 2014 since they've been offering them at a bargain in recent years and the economy is doing better. At the end of the day, my membership pass will probably come out to be about the same as a season pass bought in full for 2014.

If that still doesn't make sense, Six Flags's FAQ explains it by saying that with the payment plan, you were basically being lent money for your pass that you then had to pay back each month. With the membership pass, you're basically signing into a one year commitment and paying each month similar to what you would do with a cell phone bill and/or gym membership.

In reality, it's the same thing and it's just Six Flags's attempt to change it up a bit and get people locked into paying a monthly bill for 12 months, if they weren't already on the payment plan. And for me, that's okay, but it's going to be different for each person.

My only other small red flag that the FAQ doesn't address is what happens once you cancel after 12 months. Do you you have to commit to another 12 months or can you just reactive your pass and begin paying for each month you want to use it. Seems like they suspiciously left this out of the FAQ for a reason.

I'm not sure why you are paying so much for a season pass (unless you got it this year and were not a pass holder last year). I have the premium pass (combo with waterpark) from Great Adventure and with season parking plus the processing fee mine came to $130 total. Would have been $124 if I got it at the park (which I will do this year) and add a 5% Discover discount and it's $117. When you have a season pass they always offer a huge discount if you purchase your season pass for the following year in the fall. If I were to get the membership it would cost around $160/year - that's an extra $43 from the lowest price. No way will they raise prices that much. Now the waterpark was a bonus they gave to last year season pass holders and I don't normally get it so I'm not worried at all about the price of the season pass going up dramatically. They haven't done that in a very long time - if anything the prices have been going down. My season pass for this year was $59.99 for the 2 parks since I had a pass from last year and that's at Gadv - one of the most expensive parks. With the membership you are locked into that price no matter what discounts they offer. I think it's a rip off.

* This post was modified at 7/12/13 11:37:31 AM *

The water park isn't a separate charge at SFA and my gold season pass includes admission and parking to every other Six Flags property with the exception of Great Escape and the separate-gate water parks.

According to my statement, I'm actually paying about $90 over one year using their payment plan instead of the aforementioned $80 (I rounded down, not up in the previous post).

Payment Date Amount Status

1 10/19/2012 $14.94 Paid

2 11/19/2012 $6.79 Paid

3 12/19/2012 $6.79 Paid

4 01/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

5 02/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

6 03/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

7 04/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

8 05/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

9 06/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

10 07/19/2013 $6.79 Pending

11 08/19/2013 $6.79 Pending

12 09/19/2013 $6.79 Pending

I've been a season pass holder for two years now and, when I renewed, I received a free upgrade to gold since I did it before a certain date.

But now looking at the price of a gold season pass at this point in the season and what I'm paying each month, it adds up to be about the same price of $90 regardless if I chose to pay upfront or through a payment plan. So I'm wondering what the hell happened or if they did something wrong.

Even still, I'd rather pay monthly than all at once. With a platinum season pass to both Cedar Fair and Seaworld parks, and with the amount of traveling I've been doing this year to different amusement parks, paying by the month for these passes seems much more logical -- I only make so much a month that I'd rather not blow my wad early on in the season only to be struggling to make up for it later.

* This post was modified at 7/12/13 12:44:02 PM *

The water park isn't a separate charge at SFA and my gold season pass includes admission and parking to every other Six Flags property with the exception of Great Escape and the separate-gate water parks.

According to my statement, I'm actually paying about $90 over one year using their payment plan instead of the aforementioned $80 (I rounded down, not up in the previous post).

Payment Date Amount Status

1 10/19/2012 $14.94 Paid

2 11/19/2012 $6.79 Paid

3 12/19/2012 $6.79 Paid

4 01/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

5 02/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

6 03/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

7 04/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

8 05/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

9 06/19/2013 $6.79 Paid

10 07/19/2013 $6.79 Pending

11 08/19/2013 $6.79 Pending

12 09/19/2013 $6.79 Pending

I've been a season pass holder for two years now and when I renewed, I received a free upgrade to Gold since I did it before a certain date.

But now looking at the price of of a gold season pass at this point in the season and what I'm paying each month, it adds up to be about the same price of $90 regardless if I chose to pay upfront or through a payment plan. So I'm wondering what the hell happened or if they did something wrong.

Even still, I'd rather pay monthly than all at once. With a platinum season pass to both Cedar Fair and Seaworld parks, and with the amount of traveling I've been doing this year to different amusement parks, paying by the month for these passes seems much more logical -- I only make so much a month that I'd rather not blow my wad early on in the season only to be struggling to make up for $

400 worth spent all at once on season passes as the months go by.

I didn't realize you had a SFA pass - that includes the parking unlike SFGAdv. I don't know why your pricing is so close to what they are offering now - that doesn't make sense. My service charge was $5.99, was yours higher?

For those of us that have Great Adventure as our home park the membership package doesn't really make sense since it ends up being so much more expensive. It's $8.07/month for the pass I have now without parking which comes to $96/year per membership alone (I paid $59.99). Different pricing for different areas. I got my season pass at SFA in 2011 since I was going there but the price difference isn't enough to warrant a trip each year if you take into consideration the travel expenses, the lack of use of the coupon book at my park (which I use often) and the lack of early entry it just isn't worth it IMO.

I don't remember exactly what my service charge was but it had to be somewhat high to make my first payment close to

I do remember them offering a cheaper renewal online if you had a pass already. I'm wondering if I mistakenly chose the wrong option during check out or because I chose the payment plan, it automatically assumed I was buying a new pass.

Looking at the fine print, it looks like parking is only valid at Six Flags America for a membership, so you'll still need to buy parking at other parks. This significantly changes my perception as if you are getting a gold pass, you'll still be responsible for steep parking at other parks when you travel.

I wonder if they will be doing this for their 2014 gold season passes as well. If so, that'd be mean Six Flags season passes would be in essence one of the most expensive if you plan on traveling alot.

* This post was modified at 7/12/13 1:02:50 PM *

I don't remember exactly what my service charge was but it had to be somewhat high to make my first payment close to

I do remember them offering a cheaper renewal online if you had a pass already. I'm wondering if I mistakenly chose the wrong option during check out or because I chose the payment plan, it automatically assumed I was buying a new pass.

Looking at the fine print, it looks like parking is only valid at Six Flags America for a membership, so you'll still need to buy parking at other parks. This significantly changes my perception as if you are getting a gold pass, you'll still be responsible for steep parking at other parks when you travel.

I wonder if they will be doing this for their 2014 gold season passes as well. If so, that'd be mean Six Flags season passes would be in essence one of the most expensive if you plan on traveling alot.

I just checked and the parking for the membership pass here only includes parking at Gadv too - that further changes the scope of this (and it's the same price that I paid for parking at all SF parks!). Season pass parking is good anywhere at all parks. I'm sticking with the season pass - much better bang for the buck at Great Adventure.

They'll just send you a new card each season.

I have a gold membership. Came with parking.

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Six Flags over Texas Admission

Here you’ll find all sort of information about Six Flags over Texas tickets, season passes, and memberships, and how the Flash Pass can cut down on your time spent in lines.

Admission prices change frequently throughout the season, so we recommend visiting the official site to get the latest and most accurate pricing.

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Difference between Tickets, Season Passes, and Memberships

Tickets are standard, one-day admission passes that grant entry to the park. Tickets are probably your best option if you know you won’t return or visit any other Six Flags park for that season.

Season Passes and Memberships both offer unlimited visits (to all Six Flags parks) but differ in how they’re paid for. A season pass is paid for in-full at the time of purchase and is good for that season (March through January). Memberships, introduced in 2013, cost a smaller, monthly fee that can be cancelled anytime after a full year. A season pass or membership is typically worth it if you plan on visiting Six Flags parks 2 or more times during a season.

Since memberships don’t expire, you also don’t need to go through the season pass processing at the beginning of each season. Keep in mind though that membership fees continue even when the park isn’t open, e.g. February.

Season Pass and Membership Cost Comparison

When the monthly membership fee is compared annually to the cost of a season pass, it’s slightly more. You’re paying a smaller amount on a monthly basis and for the privilege of being able to cancel at any point (after a year). You can’t “cancel” a season pass and get a partial refund.

Gold passes offer three benefits over regular passes: included season parking, early park entry, and additional bring-a-friend tickets on specified dates.

Combo passes mean that admission to the nearby Hurricane Harbor waterpark is included for the season.

Dining Passes are like a season pass for food that you buy for the season and includes meals and snacks with each park visit. Six Flags offers three levels of dining passes. Information on which restaurants accept dining passes and what meals are offered are available on the Six Flags website.

Lunch + Snack Each Visit

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Pass is Valid at All Six Flags Parks

If you shop a lot at Six Flags over Texas, a shopping pass could save you money. After purchasing a shopping pass, all retail purchases come with a 20% discount (with no minimum purchase).

Six flags membership paymentsThe Flash Pass is an electronic device from the British company accesso (formerly Lo-Q plc) that lets you virtually wait in ride lines while enjoying other park attractions. Purchased either at the Flash Pass reservation window at the park or online, the Flash Pass allows virtual queuing, meaning users can ride other rides, enjoy a snack, or see a show instead of physically waiting in a line. Essentially, the Flash Pass allows park guests to multitask.

There is a limited number of Flash Passes available each day so if you plan on using it, it’s recommended that you purchase it when you first arrive at the park.

* Gold and Platinum Flash Passes also reduce the wait time, in addition to allowing virtual queuing.

Users of the Flash Pass determine which ride they want to virtually queue for and select it from the Flash Pass. The Flash Pass will then display a timeframe, based on the length of the line, that the users can return to the ride and skip the line. Users can only wait in one virtual line at a time, but multiple rides can be scheduled back-to-back and each wait time begins when the previous one ends.

When riders return for their ride time, they can skip the line and board the ride (although typically Flash Pass users still wait in a much smaller line within the ride’s station beyond the normal line). Riders can ride anytime after their appointment but cannot ride early. Users can also manually cancel rides on the Flash Pass device themselves.

The Flash Pass will automatically compensate wait times to account for ride closures due to inclement weather or mechanical issues and will display a message stating the updated ride time.

Regular Flash Passes let you wait the full length of the actual queue line, just outside of the line.

The Gold Flash Pass also reduces wait time by 50%.

Introduced in 2010, the Platinum Flash Pass not only reduces wait time by 90%, but also has a “wait once, ride twice” feature.

So should you buy a Flash Pass on your next visit to Six Flags? The answer is, as usual, it depends. Obviously if the park is empty and wait times are non-existent, a Flash Pass is not going to provide any benefits. It’s this reason that we recommend waiting until arriving at the park and getting a feel of the crowds before buying a Flash Pass, even though they can be pre-purchased online. Our one exception would be if you’re certain the park will be busy during your trip; for example, during a concept or holiday.

In terms of being worth it, some scenarios must be considered. Although the price can seem steep to park locals who may own season passes, it can be an attractive option to out-of-towners who want to do as much as possible in their short trip, especially a trip that may have been constrained into occurring on a busy day.

The average cost-per-user is about $30 for a Regular, $50 for a Gold, and $75 for a Platinum Flash Pass. If you’ve decided to use a Flash Pass the real question is then, is it worth it to pay an additional $20 per user to reduce wait times by 75%? Or Pay an additional $45 a person to reduce the times by 90% and get to ride twice? It all depends on your situation and your riding preferences.

Our take: only get the Flash Pass if you’ve seen the long lines or are fairly confident that the park will be crowded. And if you’re going to spend the money on a Flash Pass, why not spend a little more and get a Gold or Platinum version so that your wait time is drastically reduced? The regular Flash Pass only has the benefit of getting to wait the full length of the line while doing other activities.

This is a list of Flash Pass-enabled attractions, with the caveat that not all these attractions feature Flash Pass usage every day. Be sure to check with the Flash Pass reservation center or call the park to see which rides are Flash Pass eligible for the day.

* These rides are only available with Platinum Flash Passes


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5.4.8 Partial Debits and Returned Payments. If your full order is not processed by us at the same time, you hereby authorize partial debits from your bank account, not to exceed the total amount of your order. If any of your payments are returned unpaid, Next Jump reserves the right to charge you a returned item fee of twenty-five dollars ($25.00) or the maximum amount allowed by law, which may be added to your payment amount and debited from your bank account if we resubmit an ACH debit due to insufficient funds. We may initiate a collection process or legal action to collect any money owed to us. You agree to pay all our costs for such action, including any reasonable attorneys' fees.

5.4.9 Cancellations and Refunds. To cancel a purchase and request a refund, please follow the instructions and procedures contained on the Next Jump Website. When you cancel a purchase in accordance with these procedures, Next Jump (or its agent) will initiate a credit to your bank account for the correct amount.

7.2 Next Jump, Inc. reserves the right to modify the Agreements at any time. You are responsible for regularly viewing the Agreements. Continued use of the Service following any such changes will constitute your acceptance of such changes.

7.3 Next Jump, Inc. reserves the right to charge fees at any time for access to all or portions of the Service with your full understanding and acknowledgement of the charge. If Next Jump, Inc. so elects, it shall notify you via email and shall post notice in other appropriate locations on the Service.

7.4 Next Jump, Inc. reserves the right to not refund users if the Service is cancelled for any reason before their membership is up.

8.2 Any information, ideas, suggestions, or communications sent by you to Next Jump, Inc. through the Service becomes the exclusive property of Next Jump, Inc. Subject to the terms of the Privacy Policy Next Jump, Inc. is entitled to use, reproduce, disclose, and distribute any information submitted for any purpose without restriction or compensation to you.

8.3 You acknowledge that in order to administer the Service, Next Jump will collect information about you and your Payment Transactions from participating vendors. You authorize third parties and their respective agents to disclose to us any and all information with respect to your Payment Transaction from such participating vendors. In addition, by transacting with any participating vendor by means of any Payment Instrument other unique account or identifier, you hereby authorize us and our agents to collect any and all information from any merchant, credit card processor, issuing bank, other card issuer or any available source with respect to the Payment Transactions made using your Payment Instrument or other unique account or identifier. You authorize us to use any such information and to disclose such information (a) to our representatives and agents, (b) to third parties, where necessary or convenient for transfer or redemption of your accumulated rewards or otherwise in connection with the program, (c) to comply with requests, orders or subpoenas from courts of law or any regulatory, legislative or administrative bodies and (d) otherwise in accordance with the terms of the Next Jump Privacy Statement on our website. You represent that you have full authority to transact with Payment Instrument and other unique account or identifier registered in the Service and to receive information about the Payment Transactions effected using Payment Instrument identifiers. You authorize us to disclose such Payment Instrument, accounts and identifiers to affiliated and unaffiliated third parties for the purposes set forth in this paragraph, even if you never make use of the service provided by one or more of those third parties.

11.2 NEXT JUMP, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECULATIVE DAMAGES, OR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING FROM: (A) THE USE OF THE SERVICE; (B) OR FOR THE COST OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES; (C) OR RESULTING FROM ANY GOODS OR SERVICES PURCHASED OR OTHERWISE OBTAINED OR RECEIVED OR TRANSACTIONS ENTERED INTO THROUGH OR FROM THE SERVICE; (D) OR RESULTING FROM UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO OR ALTERATION OF YOUR TRANSMISSION OF DATA, INCLUDING WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, AND SPECIAL DAMAGES, REGARDLESS WHETHER THERE WAS ANY ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF ANY SUCH DAMAGES.

11.3 NEXT JUMP, INC. SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECULATIVE DAMAGES, OR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND ARISING FROM INTERRUPTION, SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION OF SERVICE, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITING THE FOREGOING, CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL, AND SPECIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER SUCH INTERRUPTION, SUSPENSION OR TERMINATION WAS JUSTIFIED OR NOT, NEGLIGENT OR INTENTIONAL, INADVERTENT OR ADVERTENT, REGARDLESS WHETHER THERE WAS ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE POSSIBILITY OF ANY SUCH DAMAGES.

12.2 In addition to the rights applicable to any Submission, when you post comments or reviews via the Services, you also grant Next Jump the right to use the name that you submit with any review, comment, or other Content, if any, in connection with such review, comment, or other content. You represent and warrant that you own or otherwise control all of the rights to the reviews, comments and other Content that you post via the Services and that use of your reviews, comments, or other Content by Next Jump will not infringe upon or violate the rights of any third party.

12.3 You are entirely responsible for such Submission. You agree not to transmit, upload, post, e-mail or otherwise make available via the Services any Submission that (a) is unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, tortious, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, libelous, invasive of another's privacy, hateful, or racially, ethnically or otherwise objectionable In addition, you agree not to transmit, upload, post, e-mail, or otherwise make available any software viruses, unsolicited or unauthorized advertising, solicitation or promotional material, including chain letters, mass mailings, or any form of "spam." You further agree not to (i) impersonate any person or entity, or falsely state or otherwise misrepresent your affiliation with any person or entity; (ii) "stalk" or otherwise harass, entrap or harm any third party; (iii) forge headers or otherwise manipulate identifiers in order to disguise the origin of any Submission; (iv) intentionally or unintentionally violate any applicable local, state, national or international law; or (v) collect or store personally identifiable data about others.

12.4 You understand that by using the Service's, you may be exposed to other people's submissions that are offensive, indecent or objectionable to you. Under no circumstances will we be liable in any way for any submission, including, without limitation, for any errors or omissions or for any loss or damage of any kind incurred by you as a result of the use of any submission transmitted, uploaded, posted, e-mailed, or otherwise made available via the Services.

13.2 If a court of competent jurisdiction finds any provision or portion of the Agreements to be unenforceable, the remaining provisions of the Agreements will continue in full force and effect.

13.3 You agree that in the event of a dispute, the law of the State of New York applies, without giving effect to its conflict of law provisions, and you agree to submit such disputes exclusively to courts in New York City.

13.4 Any notices to you or Next Jump, Inc. shall be made via either email or regular mail. Next Jump, Inc. may also provide notices of changes to the Agreements or any other matter by displaying notices to you generally on the Service.

13.5 You agree to comply with U.S. law regarding the transmission/export of technical data through the use of the Service.

2.2 Cancellation of Card Registration: If the member cancels all card registrations, the member will not have access to accrued WOWPoint balance nor have access to WOWPoints offers.

3.2 Next Jump reserves the right to modify the terms of the Service at any time. You are responsible for regularly reviewing the terms. Continued use of the Service following any such changes will constitute your acceptance of such changes.

3.3 Next Jump reserves the right to charge or modify fees at any time for access to all or portions of the Service. Next Jump so elects to modify its fees, it shall notify you via email and shall post notice in other appropriate locations on the Service. It is your responsibility to ensure that Next Jump has a correct email address for you. Next Jump is not responsible for any failed communication due to an incorrect email address or your failure to view any email from Next Jump.

4.2 WOWPoint Accumulation: To access a given merchant offer and accumulate WOWPoints points, your purchase must be charged in full to a registered Eligible Card as defined in 5.1 through 5.5 below. Each merchant offer is only valid during the times and on the conditions specified for each such offer, and we have no obligation to give you WOWPoints points if you do not fully comply with the terms of the merchant offer as described through the Service. Provided you have complied with the terms of the merchant offer, WOWPoints points will be issued to your registered WOWPoints account based on the total price of your purchases (measured solely in United States dollars at the then-current exchange rate if the merchant has accepted payment in any other currency), inclusive of discounts or refunds. Shipping and handling costs and taxes may or may not, be included as a portion of the purchase price.

4.3 WOWPoint Accounting: WOWPoints will appear on your account statement within 7-14 days following your purchase [in some circumstances WOWPoints may be pending on the account statement for 1-90 days]. In any event, Next Jump Inc. will attempt to credit your account with WOWPoints points on a timely basis. However, you have the responsibility of making sure that your WOWPoints points are properly credited. Please retain copies of your purchase receipts for your records. Any claim you may make for WOWPoints points which you earned through the Service but which we did not credit accurately to your account must be received by us within six months of the date you claim you earned them.

4.4 Expiration of WOWPoints. WOWPoints that we awarded (notwithstanding the WOWPoints listed as pending) do not expire.

4.5 Next Jump Disclaimers: Next Jump has no liability for any printing, production, typographical, mechanical, or other errors in any medium regarding the earning, redemption or accumulation of WOWPoints points or any other aspect of the Service or for any delay or failure to credit WOWPoints points to your account. Next Jump reserves the right to remove WOWPoints points from your account if Next Jump determines that such WOWPoints points were improperly credited to your account or obtained fraudulently. Next Jump reserves the right to require proof of purchase for the accumulation of WOWPoints points, and Next Jump Inc. reserves the right to delay the processing or redemption of any WOWPoints points without notice to you as Next Jump deems reasonably necessary to enforce compliance with these Terms of Use.

4.6 Returns: Should you return an item or items purchased through the Service to the merchant for any reason or reasons, the associated WOWPoints points you earned on that purchase or purchases may be debited from your WOWPoints account and would not be eligible for redemption.

5.2 American Express® Cards: Most consumer American Express® branded or issued payment cards, issued to you in your name by American Express Travel Related Services Company, Inc. or its affiliates ("AXP"), may be Eligible Cards. Certain AXP-issued or branded cards, including healthcare related cards, any prepaid cards, corporate cards, and any AXP Cards that were issued by a third party bank issuer, are not eligible and will not be accepted into the service.

5.3 Visa® Cards: Most consumer Visa® branded Member Bank issued payment cards, issued to you in your name by Member Banks, may be Eligible Cards. Certain Visa branded cards, including those issued by non-U.S. based Member Banks, or issued to cardholders with foreign (non-U.S.) addresses, are not eligible and will not be accepted into the Service.

5.4 MasterCard® Cards: Most consumer MasterCard® branded Member Bank issued payment cards, issued to you in your name by Member Banks, may be Eligible Cards. Certain MasterCard branded cards, including those issued by non-U.S. based Member Banks, or issued to cardholders with foreign (non-U.S.) addresses, are not eligible and will not be accepted into the Service.

5.5 Terms and Conditions Applicable to Eligible Cards: Neither the Service nor the merchant offers that you select to be provided to you through the Service will amend, supplement, change or replace any other notice or information that you may receive in connection with your eligible payment card account, including, but not limited to, any information provided to you on your periodic statement or cardmember/cardholder agreement. If you have any questions or concerns about your payment card account, you should contact the issuer of your payment card (such as by calling the number provided on the back of your payment card or use the online customer support for the payment card).

5.6 Information Collected: You agree to allow us to collect information about you and your purchases from Merchants and other sources of transactional data. In addition, by transacting with any Merchant by means of any registered credit card, debit card, charge card, loyalty card or other unique account or identifier ("payment card"), you hereby authorize us and our agents to collect any and all information from any payment card processor, issuing bank, association, merchant, other card issuer or any available source with respect to the purchases made using such payment card. You authorize us to use any such information and to disclose such information (a) to our representatives and agents, (b) to third parties, where necessary or convenient for transfer or redemption of your accumulated rewards or otherwise in connection with the program, (c) to comply with requests, orders or subpoenas from courts of law or any regulatory, legislative or administrative bodies and (d) otherwise in accordance with the terms of the Next Jump Privacy Statement on our website. You represent that you have full authority to transact with each payment card registered in the Service and to receive information about the transactions effected using such payment cards.


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