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Cedar Point no longer requiring reservations for park entry

As of Tuesday, Cedar Point is no longer requiring reservations to access the park.

Upon reopening earlier this month, Cedar Point required that attendees make online reservations before accessing the park.

That, however, is no longer the case.

Taking to Twitter on Tuesday, Cedar Point revealed that online reservations are no longer required. Rather, customers can now purchase admission tickets online, through the park's mobile app, or by purchasing a Season Pass. Due to the shortened season, 2020 passes will remain good through 2021.

Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Cedar Point was unable to open for the 2020 season until July 9. Upon opening, the popular amusement park implemented a number of safety protocols to encourage physical distancing, as well as health and temperature screenings and a requirement for all guests and associates to wear masks or face coverings.

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