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While Six Flags Fiesta Texas hasn’t announced reopening dates just yet, the company has begun creating a reservation system for when the park is set to reopen.

“In the interest of guest safety, social distancing and creating the best possible experience for our visitors, we are introducing a new guest reservation system,” a statement no the official Six Flags website reads. “We will be limiting the capacity of our parks to meet national, regional, and health officials’ recommended social distancing guidelines.”

Here’s how it will work. You’ll go to the Six Flags website where you can select a date and time you want to visit the park. If the time slot is open, you’ll be able to make a reservation and attend. From there, you’ll watch a video that goes through new sanitation and social distancing guidelines and procedures, as well as acknowledge the company health policy.

It’s pretty simple!

If your date isn’t open, you’ll be able to join a waiting list, assuming you can’t attend another day. Diamond and Diamond Elite Members receive top priority, followed by Season Pass Holders.

The system will help Six Flags to limit park capacity, thereby adhering to federal and local social distancing guidelines.

When the system goes live, you will be able to access it here. We suggest you bookmark the page and check back often if you’re planning on going, as there will me limited space to aid in social distancing.

For more information on Six Flags, in particular how to save, read our Six Flags Fiesta Texas guide.

Lynn Miller