Sea World Florida breaks $50 mark with admission price
Posted Friday, January 5, 2001 6:30 AM | Contributed by Jeff
As a sign of the times in Orlando, Sea World will raise its admission price to just over $50. Because prices tend to increase uniformly in Orlando, you can bet that the other parks will not be far behind.
Jeff - Sea World Ohio updated their website around end of Nov. early Dec. to include all other Anheuser Busch owned parks in the Season Pass Deal. I think the other parks do or will have similar deals, just more expensive.
Darn right! And it's good up until Feb 28, 2002 so when I go to FL for New Years this year, I still get BGT and SWO comp admission! I already purchased my Sea World Ohio pass, there's no way I'd let a deal like that pass me up! I'll be usung it at:
-Sea World Ohio (just to get it processed and maybe ride a simulator or something...I dunno how long I'll be there with BKF looming across the lake!) -Sea World Texas (Great White and Steel Eel baby) -Busch Gardens Williamsburg (Mmmm...Apollo's Chariot. Maybe I'll like Alpengeist this time around :)) -Busch Gardens Tampa (Montu still my #1 inverted after riding every single inverted design in the country [save Top Gun at PGA]!) -Sea World Orlando (Kraken is only floorless in my top 10...best heartline in existence!)
As you can see, I'll definitely be getting the most out of my pass this year!
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The best price I've seen in a long time is the SFo season pass, only 42.99, which is great considering the ticket price is 30.99. When you visit once, you've already payed for 72 percent of the pass! Plus you get into all the other SF parks !!!
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*** This post was edited by Zero-G on 1/5/2001. ***
I don't know that any park is worth $50, much less a Sea World. I know that they have a few thrill rides, but I don't know how many families can afford $50 a head to see a whale flop around in the water.
Lets see, I have an SF season pass and a membership at Brookfield zoo. Go to SFGAm and enjoy 11 coasters and then go to Brookfield zoo and enjoy all kinds of animals. I just got the same if not better experience then Sea World and spent far less then $50. They have become a rip-off in Orlando.
If you go to Florida, get the 5 park Orlando flex pass. Good for 2 weeks from the first date of use gets you into Both Universal parks, Sea World, Busch Gardens and Wet and Wild. The total cost is about $210. It's good for 15 days. You can get it at most International Drive area hotels.
Hmmmm, my wife and I just renewed our 2-Park/2-Year pass for SW and BGT for a total of $150 each and thought that was a pretty good deal. Does anyone know if the same deal with season passes being good at all AB parks also applies to full annual passes? If so then our 2002 trip to BGW, Hershey, etc would be a bit cheaper!
Also, Disney just announced their price hike to $48 for an adult one day. Surprising they didn't match SW.
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Well i think its funny if Sea World think we can spen 50 dlls for one day admission, its not congruent with reality. because you can find a season pass to Six Flags Mexico in $30 dlls, i think Sea World are out of his minds.