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Check Walt Disney World's website at http://disneyworld.disney.go.com/special-offers/ for current deals. Now featuring free Disney Dining Plan on 5-night, 6-day packages, valid for stays most nights Aug. 16 to Oct. 3.
At Disneyland, the park's Special Offers page lists:
A 3-day park-hopper ticket for $99, available to local residents, will go on sale June 1, both on the website and at area grocery stores.
Both Disney World and Disneyland continue to offer free admission on your birthday, too.
This month on Universal Orlando's website, http://www.universalorlando.com/tickets/hot-deals.html:
At Universal Studios Hollywood, these deals are available:
AAA offers a one-day Universal Hollywood ticket for $54.99. (The AAA deals for Universal Orlando are no better than the $99 7-day pass available on the Universal website.)
Last week, Universal Hollywood announced that it would offer a six-month pass to local residents for $60 (presumably replacing the buy-a-day, get-the-year deal), but it has not made that available for purchase on the website yet.
SeaWorld Orlando offers these deals on its website:
For SeaWorld San Diego, use the promo code SWCAAASmr09 at SeaWorldSanDiego.com for the following deals:
Additional AAA discounts are available at AAA.com/seaworld.
The Busch Gardens Williamsburg special offers page promotes its Fun Card for $59.95.
At Busch Gardens Tampa, the special offers page adults at kids price, $59.95, with a second day free.
If you are in AAA, you can get Busch Gardens Williamsburg tickets for $51.95 (adult) and $41.95 (kids) using the Busch AAA link. The Busch Gardens Tampa AAA offer is no better than that available on the BGT website.
Six Flags' tickets website is at http://www.sixflags.com/national/tickets/Tickets.aspx. Top deals are
You can get one-day tickets via the Legoland website for $53 (adults) and $48 (kids).
In addition, promo codes good for $10-$17 off each ticket are available from RetailMeNot.
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