SeaWorld Orlando BOGO Deal

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Mrs. Weekly Flyer and I are thinking about planning a trip to SeaWorld Orlando for Baby and Toddler Weekly Flyer’s first amusement park experience this summer. I was browsing around SeaWorld offers trying to figure out how much tickets cost and trying to plan ahead so that we get a good deal on the admission when I stumbled across this offer. I thought it was worth posting because it really seems to be a pretty good deal when you compare it to the 1 day admission price.

SeaWorld Orlando BOGO Deal 

Through February 28, 2015, you can purchase an annual pass to Sea World Orlando for $156 and you will get one annual pass free! That makes each annual pass only $78. When I compared this to the price of a 1 day admission (any day vs. weekday) it seems like a great deal because the 1 any day ticket is $80! The real question is whether we will go a second time during the year, I guess. But, since the BOGO annual pass sale actually saves us $2/ticket versus the one day ticket, who cares! With the annual pass, at least we have the option to go back again for free. This seems like a really great deal especially if you live close to Sea World and can go often.

SeaWorld Orlando BOGO Deal

SeaWorld Orlando BOGO Deal


The Deal
Buy One Get One Free SeaWorld Orlando Annual Pass

SeaWorld Orlando 1-Year Pass Members currently receive the following benefits:

  • UNLIMITED 1-Year access to SeaWorld Orlando
  • Complimentary general parking
  • 50% off Preferred Parking (limited availability)
  • 10% off food, beverages and merchandise
  • Savings on single-day admission for accompanying visiting friends and relatives (up to six people on date of visit)
  • Savings on strollers, wheelchairs and motorized cart rentals
  • Savings on select Adventure Camps, Tours and Animal Interaction Programs

Additional Offer Information

  • Restricted to residents of United States and its territories, Canada, and Puerto Rico.
  • One free item per each paid item.
  • Limit six
  • Both paid and free items must be added to cart at the same time using the quantity selectors available for each item in order to receive the discount.

Pass valid only at park(s) of membership unless otherwise specified. Parking is not included in the first visit, unless the Annual Pass is purchased online prior to visit. Pass is non-transferable and non-refundable. Some special events not included. All benefits subject to availability, change or cancellation without notice.One free pass item per each paid pass item. Limit six. Both paid and free items must be added to cart at the same time using the quantity selectors available for each item in order to receive the discount. Buy One Get One Free Pass offer only available for purchase through February 28, 2015.Restricted to residents of United States and its territories, Canada and Puerto Rico.

Bottom Line

Overall, this seems to be a pretty good deal that you might want to think about getting in on as it is only good through the end of February. I’m planning on grabbing this offer because it just seems to make sense for us. If you want the BOGO annual SeaWorld Orlando passes, go here. 

If you have an suggestions for our first family trip to SeaWorld Orlando, please post in the comments section!

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  1. I know you’re dong your job and just want to give your kids a good time. I have a three year old myself. Please please however consider what a disgusting place SeaWorld is. I’m guessing you haven’t seen “blackfish”.

    To keep these majestic creatures captive in almost any conditions is wrong, but in such tiny tanks for their size is tragically upsetting to anyone with a heart. They also torture them in a terrible way by all accounts. It’s Valentine’s Day… If you have a heart and a conscious, don’t go or promote the evil corporation on your blog.

    Many sponsors and partners are severing their ties and jumping ship. Southwest airlines for one. I’m not attacking you I promise, just asking for you to look closer.

    Happy Valentines

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