SANDUSKY, OHIO (KDKA) — A post circulating on Facebook offering free tickets to Cedar Point is fake.
The amusement park went to social media to address the fake post, saying, “Heads up: This post is a SCAM!”READ MORE: Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald And His Doppelganger Jeff Daniels Meet
The fake giveaway promised four free tickets to Cedar Point in honor of the park’s 50th anniversary.
According to the park’s website, Cedar Point officially opened in 1870.READ MORE: COVID-19 In Pittsburgh: Allegheny Co. Health Dept. Reports 320 New Coronavirus Cases In Past 72 Hours
The copyright date on the description of the ticket is 2016, another sign that it is a scam.
Cedar Point also announced that any of the park’s promotions will be posted through their official social channels or a reputable partners.
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— Tony Clark (@TonyClarkCP) July 8, 2019