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Two pieces of general advice:
Walt Disney World continues to offer its dining plan for free for visitors who book a five-day vacation through the Disney website.
In addition, Disney World is offering to extend annual passholders three extra months free with a 12-month renewal.
Disneyland continues two nights free with a three-night hotel purchase, as well as two days free with a three-day theme park ticket purchase.
Both Disney World and Disneyland continue to offer free admission on your birthday, too.
The following deals continue to be available via Universal Orlando's website:
In addition, Universal Orlando is offering a $150 discount guide for food and merchandise with any theme park ticket purchase via the Universal website.
At Universal Studios Hollywood, the best deal for local residents is a $60 unlimited admission pass that is good for six months. For tourists, USH is offering two days for the price of one, when bought online. Both offers are available via Universal's website.
AAA offers a one-day Universal Hollywood ticket for $52.99. (The AAA deals for Universal Orlando are no better than the $99 7-day pass available on the Universal website.)
SeaWorld Orlando offers adult one-day tickets at the kids' price, $64.95, with a second day free.
SeaWorld San Diego offers the same deal, priced at $55. If you use the promo code SWCAAASmr09 you can get the same price on adult tickets and kids tickets for $27.50.
At Busch Gardens Williamsburg, adults can buy a one-day ticket for the kids' price of $49.95, or a Fun Card that provides admission for the rest of the year for $59.95. See the BGW website for links and additional offers.
Busch Gardens Tampa also offers adults at the kids price, which is $59.95 for the Tampa park, but you also get a second day free.
Six Flags offered $15 tickets through its Twitter account last month, and has suggested additional short-term sales might be available to its Twitter followers in the future.
If you have a Flip video camera, you can bring it to a park on Sundays before Sept. 6 and you'll get a free Flash Pass. Details.Tweet
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