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Old 06-26-2011, 01:11 AM   #31
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Found out the Publix $59.95 one day ticket is the greatest deal so far, waiting on SW to email me back with answers
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Old 06-27-2011, 05:14 PM   #32
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Would love to get a good code for 20.00 off again....this will be the first time my family has been to Sea World (I went years ago before I was married with kids). With a family of 7 it's not cheap even with a discount but the discount helps ease the pain a bit LOL
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Old 06-28-2011, 11:53 PM   #33
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well got this email from seaworld regarding the Publix deal ..it looks like they will be asking for ID for anyone over 18, which sucks for anyone from out of state..


"Thank you for contacting our SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment family of parks. We appreciate your questions as they are invaluable in helping us provide you with world class service.



The SeaWorld Orlando single day tickets sold at Publix are individual. Each person must have one ticket, therefore, you will need to buy 10 for your family members. Please note that these single day tickets do not include a second day free. I encourage you to plan to arrive at our park early in the morning and stay as late as you possibly can to fully enjoy your visit. The tickets you will buy at Publix are scanner ready and cannot be replaced if lost, please keep them all in a safe place and they are not refundable. Adults are required to show a photo ID, ages 18 and up.



I would also like to recommend that you add a Behind-the-Scenes tour to your next visit to SeaWorld Orlando. On this 90-minute tour, best suited for guests ages 5 and up, you’ll discover how SeaWorld animal experts care for rescued manatees and sea turtles. You’ll also explore the back areas of our Shark Encounter, Wild Arctic and Penguin Encounter where you’ll not only learn about the amazing animals there, but also get the unique opportunity to touch a small shark and a penguin. Your knowledgeable tour guide will provide fascinating facts about SeaWorld and our commitment to wildlife throughout the entire tour. To book your Behind-the-Scenes tour, please visit our website at http://commerce.4adventure.com/EStor...SWF/Tours.aspx or call 1-888-800-5447. (Advance reservations are recommended.)



Thank you again for contacting our SeaWorld Orlando. We hope to see you soon!"



My inlaws were going to visit Orlando and wanted to visit SW on a budget ...looks like this will be a questionable trip to SW ....
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Old 07-01-2011, 03:44 PM   #34
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Another family going in January 2012, so I'm starting to look for deals. I appreciate all the Sea World posts...I didn't realize how $$$$ SW has become.
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Old 07-02-2011, 06:15 AM   #35
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[QUOTE=fanoforlando;41653077]well got this email from seaworld regarding the Publix deal ..it looks like they will be asking for ID for anyone over 18, which sucks for anyone from out of state..


Is the Publix offer for Florida residents? Is that why there is an ID problem?
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Old 07-05-2011, 05:44 PM   #36
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We got the publix tickets last week, although I had to call three different Publix stores before we found one that had them. And actually, when we went through the turnstiles, the person there told us that we could get a second day with those tickets and to go to guest services before we left. I can't confirm that you can actually do this, as we were leaving the next day and would not be going back.
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Old 07-06-2011, 05:34 PM   #37
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We are planning a trip for Dec 2011, and I know if you are military, you get in free, and up to 3 dependants are also free...
This also applies for Busch Gardens tickets. Expires end of Dec 2011.
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Old 07-08-2011, 11:43 PM   #38
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Just found another deal which I'm going to take advantage of. We were recently switched from our Chase Freedom Plus to Chase Freedom Ultimate Rewards.

One of the option for "cashing out" your points is SeaWorld tickets. Each ticket is 5,000 points which is a great deal, because 5,000 points usually gets you either a $50 gift card or $50 cash, so this is a much greater value for your points.

I was lucky enough to have enough to cash out for 5 tickets. We will just have to buy 1 ticket for my mom which is great!

Just thought I'd share in case anyone else has this card and it would be useful.
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Old 07-09-2011, 04:13 PM   #39
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codes

Does anyone know of anymore promo codes that haven't expired yet?
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Old 07-09-2011, 05:49 PM   #40
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I was there on 03/22/11. Bought park admission at the gate.

Regular admission price: $85.19
I asked about the Southwest Airlines frequent flyer discount. She said it was 20%. That brought the price down to $68.15.
$85.19 - $17.04 = $68.15
I asked if that was more than the AAA discount.
She said yes, the AAA discount is only $3.

You can go online to join the Southwest frequent flyer program, and print out the card. You don't have to fly Southwest to get the discount at Sea World.

Not sure how long the discount will last.

Does anyone know if the Southwest discount is good on kids tickets too? In other words, if we are just buying a kids ticket, does it take 20% off of its price too?

I bought 5 tickets through the deal I posted above, but we still need one more ticket (my mom is going with us too), so I thought I could just buy our son's ticket at the gate - hopefully with the southwest discount.
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Old 07-12-2011, 12:01 PM   #41
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don't know about the southwest discount but with the Wendys11 discount the tickets are $67.99
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Old 07-29-2011, 10:07 PM   #42
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don't know about the southwest discount but with the Wendys11 discount the tickets are $67.99
oh bummer that code did not work.

Wondering what the price is if you are a AAA member.
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Old 08-03-2011, 08:20 PM   #43
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I just put the wendys11 and got $69.99 and $61.99 for kids. And im going on Sept
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Old 08-03-2011, 09:15 PM   #44
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Does anyone know if the Southwest discount is good on kids tickets too? In other words, if we are just buying a kids ticket, does it take 20% off of its price too?

I bought 5 tickets through the deal I posted above, but we still need one more ticket (my mom is going with us too), so I thought I could just buy our son's ticket at the gate - hopefully with the southwest discount.
Where you able to purchase you tickets with the southwest online before you went to SW? I would like to have the tickets in hand as well, just in case. The wendys11 code did just work but it is only good for one day and the southwest deal is better for us.

Anyone know of any other codes out there?
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Old 08-03-2011, 09:55 PM   #45
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Where you able to purchase you tickets with the southwest online before you went to SW? I would like to have the tickets in hand as well, just in case. The wendys11 code did just work but it is only good for one day and the southwest deal is better for us.

Anyone know of any other codes out there?
As far as I know you cannot do the southwest deal online. When we went, I just showed a rapid rewards membership printout and they gave me the 20% discount. I didn't think about it before we left, but you could call SeaWorld and ask if you can purchase them with a code online. Southwest sponsors some things in SeaWorld, so they definately have a connection.
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