Vote of the week: Are the theme parks' discounts luring you in?
Written by Robert Niles
Theme parks have been turning to discounts to drive traffic as the U.S. economy remains sluggish. Disneyland's offering a three-day park hopper for $99. Universal Orlando is offering free tickets for kids. SeaWorld and Busch Gardens have been keeping their Fun Card promotions going, and are offering two days for the price of one online at many parks. We've detailed many of the deals, and some guy's been talking about them on TV, too.Tweet
But are the deals good enough for you? Have the discounts been enough to entice you to plan a trip you wouldn't have taken without the deals? Here's your chance to tell the parks how well their attempts to lure you in are working.
Tell us in the comments about the deals you've used. If you haven't taken advantage of any discounts this year, tell us what deals you would like to see, ones that would make you more likely to book a trip.
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