: Six Flags to pilot surge pricing program as attendance trends improve


Shares of Six Flags Entertainment Corp. rocketed Monday, toward their best day in more than three years, after the theme park operator reported record first-quarter revenue beat expectations, as record guest spending helped offset a decline in attendance.

“There continues to be a growing consumer demand for local, out-of-home entertainment, and we believe Six Flags sits squarely in the middle of everything a consumer is looking for,” said Chief Executive Officer Slim Bassoul in a conference call with analysts, according to…

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