SeaWorld offering free admission in exchange for your photos

April 15, 2007, 9:21 PM · Got a bunch of photos from past trips to a SeaWorld theme park? SeaWorld would like to see them, and might give you a free pass for four to one of its theme parks in exchange.

The photos will go on a new SeaWorld website, and the company is looking for all sorts of photos, from shows to family candids, from recent trips as well as ones in the distant past.

Photos may be submitted via You have to have contact info for everyone whose faces are shown in the photos and be willing to allow SeaWorld to republish them. If SeaWorld picks one of your photos for its site, the park will give you a family pass, good for four people to visit a SeaWorld park for a day. (There's no stated deadline for submitting, expect a note that the free ticket offer is "for a limited time.")

FWIW, we're always happy to get your attraction photos on TPI, too. Though, um, we don't have any tickets to give away.... :-(

Replies (4)

April 16, 2007 at 7:45 AM · I have to win with what i just submitted...
April 17, 2007 at 7:03 PM · I think six flags great adventure is totally spontaneous!
I probably arrived at the park at 9:00am. My friends and i visited the animal safari . At the safari some of the animals were awesome. the bengal tigar and the african elephant. We spent about 2 hours in the safari until 11:00am. My friends and i got hungry so we went into the tent to eat. My friend at lots of ice cream it was a flavor blast. At 11:30am we headed for rides. The first ride we took was the freefall. My friend was thirrled and convinced me to ride the 128ft. kingda ka! My friend and i were freaked out and got scared. By 3:00 pm we rode the ferris wheel and ate funnel cakes. We spent the next 8 hours checking out all the rides and stuff. At 11:30 pm we left for home. I slept at 1:30am and only had 5 hour rest. That was the best day in history!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
April 17, 2007 at 7:51 PM · uhh... This is an article about SeaWorld.
April 17, 2007 at 10:04 PM · Somewhere on the Internet is an exquisitely-detailed shot of a male orca and their trainer, involved in ... well, let's just say that the trainer is preparing to take a small 'collection' from the whale for future AI (and I don't mean artificial intelligence) work.

I have to wonder if the original owner of that particular photo would have the nerve to submit it. Along those lines, I have to wonder if they'd actually win anything...

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