Sea World tickets

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  1. Vikki

    Vikki Well-Known Member

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    We'd like to go to Sea World for a day in August. Is it cheaper to prebook or to buy on the door? Not been for years so not sure which is the best option.
     
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    General rule of thumb is that it is cheaper to buy in advance. Now sometimes that just means a couple of dollars of savings but it all adds up
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Administrator

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    I think you can only buy a 2 day ticket over here and that costs about £21 for an adult and £9.

    If you buy at the gate a day ticket is $89 for an adult and $81 for a child.

    Not much help really, but it will give you some idea of cost.
     
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    £21 for a 2 day ticket? Where's that from?
     
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    Wendy A hui hou kakou Makuakane Administrator

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    Sorry Vikki, I got it wrong :sorry: that price was for a behind the scenes tour, the correct price is Adult $88 and child $81 for a 2 day park to Seaworld/Aquatica or Seaworld/Busch Gardens.

    I feel bad for getting you excited :sorry:
     
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    Hehe, didn't think that could be right ;)
     

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