Weighing arguments over a revocable license versus a contractual right, Ohio’s high court tossed out a woman’s purported class action that claimed the state’s largest amusement park owed season pass-holders money after it closed down because of government-mandated, pandemic-related orders.

The Ohio Supreme Court reversed an intermediate appellate court’s decision in the case and reinstated the state trial court’s judgment, finding that the 2020 pass bought by plaintiff Laura Valentine to Cedar Point park only afforded her the right to enter the property pursuant to her “Gold Pass” terms and conditions.

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