A 33-year-old California man says he was able to pay off his student loans by surviving off of two meals a day at Six Flags for years

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After seven years of eating at Six Flags Magic Mountain, a Californian man was able to pay off his student loans.

Mel Magazine reported that Dylan purchased the $150 annual pass in order to eat multiple meals at the park each day.

Dylan also paid off his loans and bought a house. He then got married.

After seven years of eating almost all his meals at Six Flags, a 33-year old Californian man was able pay off his student loans.

WKRC reported that Dylan began to use Six Flags Magic Mountain’s annual pass when he was an intern at an office located just minutes from the park.

Dylan stated that unlimited access to Six Flags is possible for $150 per year. This includes parking and two meals per day. You could have lunch and dinner at Six Flags every day if you timing it correctly.

Dylan said that he didn't "ever go to the grocery store" during the first year. He also acknowledged that the menu at the theme parks, which consisted of pizzas, fries and burgers was not healthy, which was "rough" according to the outlet.

According to reports, Dylan was able, apart from paying off his student loans in full, to purchase a house and marry. His exact student loan debt was not reported.

Mel Magazine reported that he estimates that he's eaten more than 2,000 meals at the park, and paid about 50 cents per meal.

Dylan stated that he had stopped eating at Six Flags after he got married. He still enjoys at least three lunches a week.

Dylan said to Mel Magazine, "We just purchased a house here. So I'm not really moving anywhere." "As long they keep changing their menu, I'm satisfied."

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