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Cedar Point reopens with discounted tickets

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SANDUSKY, Ohio - Cedar Point reopened on Monday morning after being closed down for the entire weekend. The theme park was closed due to a water main break on the main line that goes into Cedar Point. The necessary repairs have been made to the line and all safety checks have been completed at the park to reopen the gates. Cedar Point is offering a $20 discount per ticket this week to get more traffic into the park. The park is also offering a free Soak City ticket with the purchase. Park officials would not comment on how much money was lost this past weekend due to the water main break.

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