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SeaWorld Orlando offers buy-one, get-one ticket for Florida residents

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Published: June 11, 2009 at 2:39 PM

Florida residents who buy a one-day ticket online to SeaWorld Orlando can pick a free one-day ticket to either Aquatica or Busch Gardens Tampa, starting today.

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The second ticket must be used by the end of the year. Tickets are available at SeaWorld's website, and cost the regular SeaWorld one-day price of $74.95 for adults and $64.95 for kids.

Readers' Opinions

From on June 11, 2009 at 10:32 PM
AND, any full priced one-day ticket to Busch Gardens you get a second day at Adventure Island for free. I know the Busch Gardens offer is available online and in-park. I believe the SeaWorld offer is available in-park as well.

Remember, if you're in SeaWorld and choose to get the free park visits to BGT or Aquatica, then you forfeit the "second day free to SeaWorld" that has been going on all year. And you forfeit their other offer "pay for a day and come back all year"

This is great for non-Florida visitors. AND it drives up traffic to the other Busch parks. I hope it works out for A-B or else these new offers could be real killers for the company.

From William Clark on June 12, 2009 at 9:31 AM
This is a decent deal for folks from say the Miami or north Florida areas. Anyone in Central Florida from Daytona down to Tampa would be better off with the annual pass though I'm thinking. Florida resident annual pass to both Seaworld and Busch Tampa, separated by about 70 miles, is just $160.00. Throw in either Aquatica or Adventure Island water parks depending upon whether you live in Orlando or Tampa, and it's just $60 extra. Great deal here as it includes free parking plus discounts on food and merchandise. Seaworld and Busch Gardens have always worked hard to give people their money's worth.

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