Kings Island Tickets Available June 3-4 at KBC June 1, 2024

KBC Giving Away Kings Island Tickets at Select Donor Centers

Kentucky Blood Center donors can enjoy a day at Kings Island on KBC if they donate blood June 3-4 at KBC's Pikeville, Somerset or Tri-County donor centers.

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky Blood Center donors can enjoy a day at the amusement park on KBC if they donate blood Monday, June 3 or Tuesday, June 4 at select donor centers.

All donors who give blood at KBC’s Pikeville, Somerset or Tri-County locations June 3-4 will receive a one-day general admission ticket to Cincinnati’s Kings Island, good for any day this summer. KBC’s other five donor centers have already participated in the ticket giveaway. 

Donors will also be entered into a drawing (all KBC donors May 28–June 29) to win two tickets to see Taylor Swift perform live Nov. 3 in Indianapolis, plus a $500 Visa gift card to help with travel. The Nov. 3 show is the final U.S. show of Swift’s record-breaking two-year Eras Tour.

Donor centers are open both days from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

KBC provides lifesaving blood products to more than 70-plus in Kentucky. Nearly 400 donors are needed daily at KBC to ensure blood is available for everything from cancer treatments to premature births, surgeries, anemia, diseases, car accidents and more.

Appointments are highly recommended during the Kings Island promotion. Donors can schedule at any of the three donor centers at the links below, by visiting or by calling 800.775.2522.

Blood donors must be at least 17 years old (16 with parental consent), weigh at least 110 pounds, be in general good health, show a photo I.D. and meet additional requirements. Sixteen-year-old donors must have a signed parental permission slip, which can be found at

About Kentucky Blood Center

KBC, the largest independent, full-service, nonprofit blood center in Kentucky, has been saving local lives since 1968. Licensed by the FDA, KBC’s sole purpose is to collect, process and distribute blood for patients in Kentucky. KBC provides services in 90 Kentucky counties and has donor centers in Lexington, Louisville, Frankfort, Pikeville, Somerset and the Tri-County area (Corbin).