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scotlass
09-14-2009, 12:11 PM
Hey....:)

I have just remembered I have not booked my Busch garden tickets ( dont ask me how I forgot them...we LOVE busch :confused3 ) but Im struggling to find BG only tickets.

Every site I check its Busch/Sea World or Busch/Aquatica.

We only want to go to Busch...

Any help would be much welcome.:flower3:

wayneg
09-14-2009, 12:34 PM
You won't go far wrong buying direct from Busch. They have an offer on now $10 off at $59.99 if bought online and get 2nd day free. Works out just under 39/ticket incl tax.
http://www.buschgardens.com/bgt2/Purchase/Visitors.aspx

Pegasus928
09-14-2009, 12:35 PM
Busch Gardens own website - there is a link to it in my tickets thread - does sell Busch only tickets for $69.95 (adult) and gives the option to purchase them online in the form of an e-ticket, which I assume you then exchange at the gate.
At the moment they are also offering single day "Adults at kids prices" tickets for $59.95, you then get a second day free.

Pegasus928
09-14-2009, 12:41 PM
Snap

wayneg
09-14-2009, 12:48 PM
Must be good info if we both said the same.:thumbsup2

I know 1 day Disney tickets attract a service fee if bought thru an agent, they are always cheaper to buy direct from Disney, maybe its the same with Busch and thats why you don't see them, only multipark tickets.

sunshiner
09-14-2009, 12:48 PM
Oh, you will love Busch Gardens. I love to go there. And if you can go the second day, do it, since it will be free.

scotlass
09-14-2009, 12:48 PM
Thank you....I leave on the 8th oct,do you think they will arrive in time ?

wayneg
09-14-2009, 01:00 PM
Thank you....I leave on the 8th oct,do you think they will arrive in time ?

They are e-tickets.

eTicket lets you purchase and print tickets from the convenience of home; that means no cost for shipping and no time spent waiting for a ticket to arrive in the mail. Plus, don't wait in ticket lines. Take your eTicket straight to the turnstile for entry to the park. If you lose your eTicket, all you have to do is print another copy. Click here for more information.

scotlass
09-14-2009, 01:04 PM
They are e-tickets.

eTicket lets you purchase and print tickets from the convenience of home; that means no cost for shipping and no time spent waiting for a ticket to arrive in the mail. Plus, don't wait in ticket lines. Take your eTicket straight to the turnstile for entry to the park. If you lose your eTicket, all you have to do is print another copy. Click here for more information.


:lmao:

I just realised and was comin on to EDIT ( delete ;) ) my post before any one noticed...too slow !! :laughing:

wayneg
09-14-2009, 01:08 PM
:lmao:

I just realised and was comin on to EDIT ( delete ;) ) my post before any one noticed...too slow !! :laughing:

:rotfl2: You need to be quicker than that:thumbsup2