Enjoy this big discount on Orlando theme parks!
SeaWorld Orlando, Aquatica Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay offers special prices on entrance tickets for the remaining months of 2020 and for all visits in 2021l!
The SeaWorld Orlando Fun Card, priced at $109.99 (kids under 3 free) lets you visit for the remaining months of 2020 and all through 2021.
There’s an option to upgrade that ticket to add a 2nd park, Aquatica, for $54.99 more. If you prefer visits to only Aquatica, a 2021 Fun Card that gets you 2020 entrance and all of 2021 is priced at $79.99 (kids under 3 free).
Reservations are required prior to each visit and can be made after your purchase is complete and confirmed via email.
Pre-paid parking is strongly encouraged. Prices start from $25 for General Parking to an Express Park Entry + Preferred Parking (up-close parking and VIP entrance) for $59.99.
Busch Gardens also announced offers its new 2021 Fun Card. Get the rest of 2020 free and enjoy visits through December 31, 2021. The price is $111.99 per person (kids under 3 free).
Busch Gardens’ 3rd Annual Bier Fest returns every Saturday and Sunday from September 12 through November 15 with plenty of craft beers and bites. Bier Fest will offer 45 different beers and cocktails for purchase, as well as a variety of brew-inspired dishes from 16 “culinary cabins” spaced out throughout the park for ample social distancing.
Like nearly all Orlando theme parks, both SeaWorld and Aquatica Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa have implemented safety protocols for employees and guests, including temperature screening, face coverings, physical distancing and enhanced sanitation measures. Additionally, all guests must make a reservation to visit in advance in order to manage park capacity and maintain physical distancing.
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(Editor’s note: The travel industry is currently under great stress, and the money you pay now may be lost if companies go out of business. See more here.)