New Discounts Available on SeaWorld Orlando Tickets

October 16, 2020, 1:57 PM · If you're looking for a deal on an Orlando theme park, our travel partner has a Flash Sale going right now.

One-day weekday tickets to SeaWorld Orlando are available at more than half off the gate price — just $55.50 per person. And if you want to add an All-Day Dining package, that combo ticket is available through our travel partner for $83.19.

Want to hit up a water park? There's a two-day SeaWorld and Aquatica ticket available for $76.80 per person. (And if you just want Aquatica tickets, those are available at a discount, too.)

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The Flash Sale is over October 25, so you must buy before then. But you have up until one year from date of purchase to use the tickets. And other tickets and packages available, too. Check our partner's SeaWorld Orlando tickets page.

And remember, they have deals on Universal Orlando as well, including three days free with the purchase of a two-day pass.

We first reported this SeaWorld Orlando Flash Sale on our email newsletter, so please do sign up for that if you haven't already, to stay up to date on all the latest theme park news and discounts.

Replies (5)

October 17, 2020 at 8:05 PM

Great deal, used the money we saved to buy Quick Queue passes. Finally going to this place!

October 18, 2020 at 9:51 AM

Maybe their lackadaisical approach to their virus safety protocols didn’t draw the crowds they thought it would?

On Thursday (its the heart of fall break in Florida) Magic Kingdom, Disney Studios and Universal’s parks had 1 and 2 hour lines for many attractions. Drove by SeaWorld, 5 rows of cars in the middle of the day.

Maybe more people than not want to be in a park with more strictly enforced virus protocols?

October 18, 2020 at 2:08 PM

So, Rave, you are saying more people would rather be safely crowded at Disney than dangerously spaced out at Seaworld? Hmm...

Dismissing my sarcastic logic, I don’t think that is necessarily true as Universal has been reportedly crowded on weekends with (also reportedly) not much enforcement on masking and distancing. But that could be those crazy local Floridians, too (back to being sarcastic).

October 19, 2020 at 7:51 AM

I'm starting to believe that stories of Sea World's adherence to coronavirus policies have been greatly exaggerated. Health Department inspectors are definitely out there and inspecting theme parks across the state, and Fun Spot is reportedly facing huge fines and a potential shut down for violating their own internal operational procedures. If the conditions at Sea World were as awful as some are making them out to be, we would be hearing a lot more than unsubstantiated claims on blogs and competitor fan sites.

October 19, 2020 at 8:21 AM

Russell ... you are correct. My friend twisted my arm to go yesterday (Sunday) so she could get some candy for the grand-kids, and I was impressed by how they handled the beer-fest and Halloween events being on at the same time. We didn't arrive until mid-afternoon, so we walked straight thru the temp-check tent and into the park.

Sure, there's always going to be the few that flout the mask mandate, but I see that at Disney as well, so no problems there. The one thing I will say is they have nowhere near as many 6ft markers as Disney. I don't think there can be a line long enough at Disney that will go beyond the 1000's of 6ft markers they have put down, but at SeaWorld there was nowhere near as many, and so it tended to get a little bunched beyond those. Not as awful as the blogs would suggest though, as people were still keeping a gap between each other.

Of course I'm not riding the rides, so I have no idea what's going on there. Mako was 50mins when we walked past, so not too bad for a Sunday mid-afternoon.

We ate at Mango Joes, and the social distancing there was very good, in and out of the restaurant. It was a nice breezy day, so even with our masks off we both felt very safe eating outside. The food was actually very good, so maybe a sign of the less people eating, the better the food ??

Despite my initial concerns about going at the weekend, I'm glad I did end up going. It's a night and day comparison when going mid-week, it truly is a ghost town as one person said. But all in all I commend Seaworld for doing a great job in their efforts to enforce the social distancing and mask wearing at the park.

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