ITOGON, PHILIPPINES - SEPTEMBER 18: Coffins that will be used for the people who were killed by a landslide are seen inside a tent on September 18, 2018 in in Itogon, Benguet province, Philippines. At least 36 people are feared to be buried by a landslide in the mining town of Itogon, in Benghuet province, after Super Typhoon Mangkhut triggered a massive landslide in northern Philippines which destroyed hundreds of homes and killed over 60 people. The storm slammed into the main Philippine island of Luzon over the weekend and continued its path through Hong Kong and Southern China, killing four people in the province of Guangdong as 2.5 million people were evacuated in Guangdong and on Hainan island. (Photo by Basilio Sepe/Getty Images)
Six Flags is offering a brave couple $600 if they can lie in a coffin for 30 consecutive hours. During park hours, couples are allowed to accompany each other but when the park closes, you must be in the coffin alone.
To make it more interesting, there is no technology allowed in the coffins including smartphones, smart watches or tablets. The only exception is you get one free “Get Out of the Coffin Free Card” which gets you six minutes to get out of the coffin to stretch, eat, go to the restroom or wonder why you are doing it in the first place.