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SeaWorld increases ticket prices

SeaWorld Pacific Wildlife Preserve Orlando

An egret stands guard over sea lions at SeaWorld Orlando’s Pacific Point Preserve

July 2012: It’s almost tradition: SeaWorld Orlando raised its ticket prices shortly after Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando boosted their prices. And, while the amount of the increase was similar, SeaWorld continues another tradition: It keeps its daily park ticket costs a few dollars below its Orlando competition.

A one-day admission to SeaWorld now costs $85 plus tax (all prices rounded up by a penny), an increase of $3 off the earlier price. Aquatica (SeaWorld’s water park in Orlando) prices remained the same: $50.

SeaWorld also offers combo tickets for admission to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, Aquatica, or a combination of both. Kid prices (3 to 9) in each category cost roughly $8 less than adult tickets.

Combo tickets:

  • SeaWorld and Aquatica unlimited admission for 14 days: $125
  • SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay unlimited admission for 14 days: $135
  • SeaWorld, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, and Aquatica unlimited for 14 days: $145

Advice: book online: In all cases, it saves money to book online before arrival – $10 per person. For a family of five, that amounts to $50 and enough (almost) for a meal inside the park.

For more info, visit SeaWorld’s website.

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