Looking for gifts for the theme park fan in your life? Or are you the theme park fan who needs some gift suggestions for your family and friends? Let's look at some of the Black Friday discount sales from top theme parks this year.
Some deals are available now, while others start on Thanksgiving, Black Friday, or Cyber Monday. Quantities might be limited, too, so check the links for availability.
Disneyland Resort — We told you yesterday about Disneyland's new ticket discount, with a $70 price cut on three-day tickets. This one is available to everyone this year — not just Southern California residents.
SeaWorld Orlando — SeaWorld's "Blue Friday" deals include saving up to 50% on admission and upgrades, including buy one get one free on QuickQueue and Dining with Shamu.
SeaWorld San Diego — Buy one, get one free or 50% off passes, plus buy one, get 50% off another on animal encounters.
SeaWorld San Antonio — The Texas park is offering 35% off tickets and 25% off passes, plus 30-50% discounts on dining packages and animal tours.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg — Save 50% on a two-park Fun Card, or 40% on Christmas tours.
Busch Gardens Tampa — The park will reveal is 2018 Black Friday sale deals at 8am ET on Thursday.
Six Flags — Six Flags Magic Mountain is offering up to 65% off passes, plus a free Gold upgrade, and 60% off memberships. Other Six Flags parks are also running Cyber Sales. Check the individual park links via SixFlags.com.
Holiday World — $10 off anyday tickets with the promo code "GIFT."
Legoland Florida — Three months free on annual passes, plus 30% off hotel stays.
Midsummer Scream — Ready for Halloween again? The largest Halloween convention runs August 3-4 in Long Beach next summer and is offering a Gold Bat pass, plus swag and free shipping for $85.
Theme Park Insider T-shirts — Get 15% off plus free shipping with the code "CYBERSALE" on Monday. And we'll love you (even more) forever if you pick up a copy of Stories from a Theme Park Insider this holiday season, too!Tweet
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