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Old 02-06-2013, 05:28 AM   #1
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seaworld multi day ?

there was a post on another thread about a seaworld multi day ticket , just sea world no other parks , somebody had posted a link but now i can seem to find it

i think it was a seapass or something but i have tried google and can only find the 2/3 park multi day tickets

if anybody knows the link please
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Old 02-06-2013, 06:54 AM   #2
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Was it a funcard? one price for unlimited visits in 2013.

$89 on the official seaworld website seaworldparks.com.

The 2/3 park tickets are marketed in the UK. You can buy off the seaworld website though.
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Has anyone completed the purchase of a Funcard recently?
Seaworld have tightened who to and how they sell tickets.

Last week I realised they had not taken a monthly payment for our SW/Busch passports. My fault as the credit card on their records had expired. I updated my card online but they would not re-activate my account, told EZpay was for Florida residents only now. I had to ring to discuss my options, I was told EZpay and Funcards(nothing to do with me but she did mention it) had now changed to Florida residents only but put me on hold. She said as I was existing customer she had swung it with her superior to re-instate my account.
Glad they did as we only pay $120/year for both parks with no increases as long as we keep paying every month. To buy now would be 30% more and no option to fix price with EZpay.

Back to Funcard. Lets me add to basket but its all down to if it accepts payment with a UK card.
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Old 02-06-2013, 07:28 AM   #4
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Has anyone completed the purchase of a Funcard recently?
Seaworld have tightened who to and how they sell tickets.

Last week I realised they had not taken a monthly payment for our SW/Busch passports. My fault as the credit card on their records had expired. I updated my card online but they would not re-activate my account, told EZpay was for Florida residents only now. I had to ring to discuss my options, I was told EZpay and Funcards(nothing to do with me but she did mention it) had now changed to Florida residents only but put me on hold. She said as I was existing customer she had swung it with her superior to re-instate my account.
Glad they did as we only pay $120/year for both parks with no increases as long as we keep paying every month. To buy now would be 30% more and no option to fix price with EZpay.

Back to Funcard. Lets me add to basket but its all down to if it accepts payment with a UK card.
I couldn't see any small print saying US only but agree it all comes down to if a Uk card will be accepted.
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Has anyone completed the purchase of a Funcard recently?
Seaworld have tightened who to and how they sell tickets.

Last week I realised they had not taken a monthly payment for our SW/Busch passports. My fault as the credit card on their records had expired. I updated my card online but they would not re-activate my account, told EZpay was for Florida residents only now. I had to ring to discuss my options, I was told EZpay and Funcards(nothing to do with me but she did mention it) had now changed to Florida residents only but put me on hold. She said as I was existing customer she had swung it with her superior to re-instate my account.
Glad they did as we only pay $120/year for both parks with no increases as long as we keep paying every month. To buy now would be 30% more and no option to fix price with EZpay.



Back to Funcard. Lets me add to basket but its all down to if it accepts payment with a UK card.
I did a dummy booking for the funcard the other day and manged to get as far as i could without paying so it should still work
as for payment i usually pay with my fairfx card
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Old 02-07-2013, 03:44 AM   #6
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yes that was definatley it as i remember it was 89$ thank you
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