SeaWorld parks offer kids' admission ticket for $5
Written by Robert Niles
The three SeaWorld theme parks announced today that they are cutting the price of children's tickets to $5 for the remainder of 2010... and donating that money to wildlife conservation.Tweet
The offer's good for kids 12 and under, but you must purchase a full-price adult ticket for each $5 kid ticket.
From SeaWorld's press release:
Through the SeaWorld Cares offer, now through Dec. 31, with each full-paid, SeaWorld single-day, adult admission purchased online, any child age 12 and under gets a $5 admission, all of which goes to fund non-profit organizations that are working right now on wildlife conservation projects. The offer is good for SeaWorld San Diego, as well as SeaWorld parks in Orlando, Fla. and San Antonio. Families even can choose which wildlife conservation effort receives their donation. Complete details are available at www.SeaWorldCares.com.
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