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SeaWorld Orlando Raises Ticket Prices

Discussion in 'SeaWorld, Discovery Cove and Aquatica News & Rumou' started by Wendy, Jul 5, 2012.

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    SeaWorld Orlando has raised the cost of the gate ticket prices from Tuesday 3rd July.

    Guests will have to pay $3 more to visit SeaWorld Orlando for a total of $84.99 plus tax.

    Tickets for children ages 3–9 and under will now cost you $76.99 each.

    Online prices are $10 cheaper for both adult and child one-day passes.

    Multi-park combo tickets that also include Aquatica water park and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Aquatica will now cost $10 more.

    However, there is no increase to the SeaWorld-Aquatica combo ticket, and the cost of annual passes will also remain the same.

    SeaWorld's price for a one-day ticket remains cheaper than its nearest neighbors, Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando, which both charge $89.
     
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    Publix is selling Universal tickets; both parks one day for $123 or an annual pass with three extra months for $164! Durrrrr, now which would anyone prefer? Sheesh.
     
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    It's crazy isn't it, unfortunately unlike Disney and SeaWorld, you can't buy an annual pass for Universal unless you are a Florida resident.

    I called them to ask, explained that we come twice a year but she said it was only for residents. I did suggest it might be clearer if they called it a Florida Resident AP, I don't think that went down too well :lol: :lol:
     
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    Seriously?! I didn't know that. Too weird. I'll have to check the Publix ones and see what they say...
     
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    Theres a surprise eh! Now, i wonder if they will just raise their prices the once or go for twice?!
     
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    We buy Universal annual passes every year with no problem. I've just bought them online again for our next trip.
    Hope they let us in the park :unsure::lol:
     

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