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    Hi there, just wondered if anyone has any tips for seaworld tickets. We were going to go to Discovery Cove (and get a Seaworld pass with that) but have decided it is just sooooooo expensive. We now need just a day ticket to Seaworld, have looked at website but am still unsure of the best way to go.

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    Are you just going to SeaWorld or are you planning on going to some of the other parks too, like Universal Studio's, Islands of Adventure, Busch Gardens etc?
    We usually get a 6 park Orlando Flexticket which covers alot of parks, but obviously if you are just doing SW theres no point at all in getting that!



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    Single day SeaWorld tickets are best bought online through SeaWorld as they have an offer on at the moment. There is $10 off the standard single day ticket which is $76.67 including tax - using a flat exchange rate of 1.50 this works out to 51.12. You will get an e-ticket which you take to the window when you get there.

    With this you get the option of extending it and getting a 2nd day free which has to be used within 7 days. All you do is go to the correct window which is signed and exchange your card.

    If you are going to Universal Studios, you could consider the Flexticket, this is a 14 day ticket that gives you free admission to SeaWorld, Aquatica, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Wet and Wild. It costs 175 from Orlando Ticket Deals.









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    and Aquatica if you get the 6 park one



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    Quote Originally Posted by Kate, post: 271135
    Are you just going to SeaWorld or are you planning on going to some of the other parks too, like Universal Studio's, Islands of Adventure, Busch Gardens etc?
    We usually get a 6 park Orlando Flexticket which covers alot of parks, but obviously if you are just doing SW theres no point at all in getting that!

    Because we thought we would get tickets via Discovery Code we have already bought US & IOA 2 week passes. Also got 2 week flexi disney tickets, so well covered for those parks but don't want to miss out on Seaworld.

    Think it is going to have to be the one day pass.

    Thanks for advice, never heard of the 6 park pass - think we did one similar when we went to Los Angeles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wendy, post: 271136
    Single day SeaWorld tickets are best bought online through SeaWorld as they have an offer on at the moment. There is $10 off the standard single day ticket which is $76.67 including tax - using a flat exchange rate of 1.50 this works out to 51.12. You will get an e-ticket which you take to the window when you get there.

    With this you get the option of extending it and getting a 2nd day free which has to be used within 7 days. All you do is go to the correct window which is signed and exchange your card.

    If you are going to Universal Studios, you could consider the Flexticket, this is a 14 day ticket that gives you free admission to SeaWorld, Aquatica, Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure and Wet and Wild. It costs 175 from Orlando Ticket Deals.

    Thanks, will check out the website as we already have US & IOA passes booked with Virgin.

    Montymouse


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    Hi
    We went Last September and wanted to do just one day at seaworld, I found the websited below was the cheapest, its the sea would site but the USA one not uk, I dorderd and payed for them printed my tickets and then just handed them in at the gates, they worked out much cheaper than anywhere else. Im not sure what the prices are like now but its worth alook,

    Have a good time

    Kate.

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    http://www.seaworld.com/sitepage.aspx?PageID=199


    sorry forgot to add the link .

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    Quote Originally Posted by katycoco, post: 271278
    http://www.seaworld.com/sitepage.aspx?PageID=199


    sorry forgot to add the link .

    Kate
    Thank you
    Montymouse


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