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Coney Island's Luna Park to open Saturday

Mike Romano
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(BROOKLYN, N.Y.) Coney Island's Luna Park, the largest amusement park in New York City, is set to open Saturday, kicking off the summer season with the egg cream christening of the Coney Island Cyclone.

The first 95 guests on the Cyclone get to ride free in celebration of the wooden rollercoaster's 95th year in Coney Island. Those 95 guests will also receive a free egg cream treat while supplies last.

The park is also offering discounted extraordinary wristbands, which provide an all-access experience for four hours, on Saturday for $20, down from the normal price of $62. The wristbands will be sold exclusively at ticket booths at Luna Park.

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