Michael Owen

Published: August 18, 2011 at 11:01 AM

An interesting offer, but I don't see it being enough to make any sort of dent on the occupancy rates at either Disney or Universal.

Front of the line access is nice, but it isn't as valuable at SeaWorld as it is at Universal, with arguably only Kraken, Manta and Journey to Atlantis needing a QuickQueue during the peak periods.

The dining plan over at Walt Disney World works because even if guests only spend one day per-park that's still four days in which the dining plan can be used. Those who book SeaWorld vacation packages are likely to only spend a day, possibly two, at the park with the rest of their time being dedicated to Disney, Universal and other Orlando destinations.

Manny Barron

Published: August 18, 2011 at 2:02 PM

This sounds sweet. I stayed at the SpringHill Suites at Sea World Orlando last summer, and enjoyed my stay and with this new offer I can't wait to visit again. Plus the free transportation to Universal is pretty nice too, although a bit surprising.
Anthony Murphy

Published: August 18, 2011 at 5:14 PM

Not suprsied. I would think the Seaworld hotels kinda get pushed to the side. Its a shame since I have heard that are actually pretty nice