Today Only: Deep Discounts On SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Tickets

SeaWorld and Busch Gardens are back with valuable Daily Getaways offers this year.  If you’re thinking about a visit, these deals are definitely worth a look.  They have 3 deals up today:

Any SeaWorld or Busch Gardens Ticket for $55

Florida Two-Park Ticket for $75

Discover Cove Dolphin Swim Package for $195

This is one of a few successful Daily Getaways I’ve taken part in.  I used two browsers and purchased tickets in both my wife’s name and mine so I could get enough before the deal quickly sold out.

Face Painting At Busch Gardens

These deals aren’t the absolute best we’ve seen from Daily Getaways.  Quite a few years ago the deal was 50% off.  But, today’s deals are solid for certain parks.  Just make sure you know how much SeaWorld/Busch Gardens are selling tickets for at the park you intend to visit.  SeaWorld and Busch Gardens frequently change up their promotional offers, though Daily Getaways usually takes the cake.  Here’s a sample of the current pricing offered if you buy direct:

SeaWorld Orlando: $84.99

Florida Two-Park Ticket: $104.99

SeaWorld San Antonio: $37.50

SeaWorld San Diego: $71.99

Busch Gardens Williamsburg: $74.99

The Final Two Pennies

Families can easily enjoy a full day at SeaWorld and Busch Gardens’ parks.  I don’t know that there’s a ton of value in scheduling multiple days in a row.  These prices are definitely more gentle than Disney World and the financial drain of Universal Orlando.

If you want to snag this deal, you’ll need to be ready right at 1pm ET.  Don’t be discouraged if you don’t grab them right away.  With over 1,000 certificates up for grabs, there will be plenty of folks who don’t complete their purchase.  Just keep hitting refresh and you’ll be rewarded with a cheap park ticket.

Even though there are a lot of these passes available, this one sells out pretty quickly every year.  So, be ready a few minutes before 1pm EDT.  I’ll do my best to send an update on Twitter.

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5 Comments

  1. Please skip Sea World. I don’t know if they still feature an Orca “act,” though I think they do not. However, performing dolphins are just as bad/exploitative. They may have cleaned up their act since the Blackfish movie expose, but presenting wild sea animals as entertainment is fundamentally bad for the animals and gives young humans the wrong mindset toward these creatures. Surely there are plenty of fun things to do that don’t hurt living beings? As a supporter of compassionate treatment for all animals, I had to put in my 2 cents.

  2. Thanks, Ed! We are taking one of our grandchildren to San Diego in a few weeks and your timing was perfect.

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