Michigan’s Adventure Tickets at Meijer: Prices, Availability Detailed

Short Answer: You can buy Michigan’s Adventure tickets at most Meijer stores for $36 a ticket. This is the same ticket price you’ll find for online purchases made directly from Michigan’s Adventure’s website; however, purchases from the Michigan’s Adventure website also incur service fees. For more details on Michigan’s Adventure ticket prices at Meijer, see below.

Michigan’s Adventure Tickets at Meijer

Meijer sells Michigan’s Adventure tickets for $36 at most store locations, Meijer corporate customer service representatives said. Where available, you can purchase Michigan’s Adventure tickets from Meijer’s customer service desk. We confirmed this information by contacting a number of Meijer store locations.

Keep in mind, Meijer only sells day passes to Michigan’s Adventure, and ticket prices at Meijer are the same as online ticket prices when you order through Michigan’s Adventure’s website. However, you do avoid online service charges by purchasing tickets from Meijer instead of the Michigan’s Adventure website. Online ticket purchases incur service fees of $6 to $10 per order; the service fee varies depending on how many tickets you are buying. Tickets purchased at the gate are $39. The price of admission is the same for everyone ages 3 and up; those 2 and under are admitted free of charge.

Tickets purchased from Meijer are good for Michigan’s Adventure, Wild Water Adventures, and Funland Farm. To buy season passes, you’ll need to visit Michigan’s Adventure’s website.

You can also purchase Cedar Point tickets and King Island tickets from select Meijer stores. Wondering if Meijer sells Holiday World tickets? See our article for details.

In Summary

You can purchase Michigan’s Adventure tickets from the customer service desk at most Meijer locations. Day passes are available for $36. This is the same price you’ll pay for online ticket purchases made directly from Michigan’s Adventure’s website, though online orders also require a $6 to $10 service charge. Tickets are $39 at the gate; those 2 and under are admitted free of charge.

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  • Only difference is online there is a service fee, which actually makes buying online cost even more than buying at the gate…

    • Lindsey Desmet says:
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      Thank you for bringing this to our attention, Lindsay! We have updated our article to include information about the online service fees.