DARMSTADT, GERMANY - OCTOBER 19: A person dressed as a monster places a costumed visitor in a coffin at Frankenstein castle on October 19, 2013 in Darmstadt, Germany. Grotesque monsters, howling werewolves, long-nosed witches and Frankenstein's monsters feature in the annual weekend event at the castle, which is now one of Europe's most popular Halloween events. The festival started in 1978 after American troops stationed at Rhein Mein Air Base decided to use the famous castle as a venue for hallowen celebrations. (Photo by Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images)

Six Flags America wants to put that whole “till death do us part” thing to the test – by paying couples to lie in a coffin for 30 straight hours.

To promote its Fright Fest, the Maryland theme park is inviting couples to remain sealed together in a 65-by-72 inch coffin.  No phones are allowed, although contestants will get occasional breaks for eating and checking social media, as well as bathroom breaks ever three hours. Any couple that makes it through the ordeal will get $600, a Fright Fest prize package, and a pair of gold season passes for next year.

The contest begins Friday, Sept. 27th and runs through 10pm the following day. Read the full article HERE.