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Old 02-19-2012, 07:15 PM   #1
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Discovery cove pricing?

When I visit the DC website, the only prices I can find are for the trainer for a day package. I would love to be able to do that one but I know not everyone that I would be going with would want to/couldn't. Where do I find info about non dolphin swim and regular dolphin swim prices? We are looking at going in May or June 2013 (I know only 2012 prices are available right now). Thanks!

Oh, and do all the prices include the free tickets to SW or only certain packages? I'm not sure we'd do SW if we do DC (we'll only have a week and are doing at least 2 days at Disney and want to do IOA also)
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Old 02-19-2012, 07:26 PM   #2
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When you are on the site up on the top bar is Begin Purchase and choose All Inclusive Day. If you are going in May the prices for a non swim package is $149 and then $229 for Swim.

As long as your not getting the AP rate they include the 14 day ticket, I saw somewhere there was a special where you could get the ticket for all 3 parks at no additional charge but I don't know if that promotion is still going on.

I also recommend a Cabana with a 3 year old. We got one last year and it was so nice to have an area that you can be able to contain the kids in without having to worry about them heading for the water Our DD was only 1 1/2 last trip but this trip I still plan on getting one.

Now they are hoping the new freshwater area opens late April early May, but we are going around the 18th so that means it will open up the Friday after that Last year we missed the new reef by one weekend too.

Also - if you don't want to do SW then you can get 1 Annual Pass and get the non swim tickets for $69 each in May. You can buy 6 of those per pass. Or you can add the swim for $100 more. With those you don't get the 14 day ticket.
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Old 03-02-2012, 01:06 PM   #3
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Also - if you don't want to do SW then you can get 1 Annual Pass and get the non swim tickets for $69 each in May. You can buy 6 of those per pass. Or you can add the swim for $100 more. With those you don't get the 14 day ticket.
Hi, what is SW? Trying to figure out the cheapest way. I will not be doing the swim at all and we don't live in FLA. Going with 4 who will do the swim.

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Old 03-02-2012, 02:01 PM   #4
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SW - Sea World, you don't have to live in Florida to get an annual pass. You will just need to do the math to see which way is better for you. In our case if we all do the dolphin swim then it is less expensive to just buy the dolphin swim package that includes the 14 day ticket to one of other parks, but if we have people that don't plan on doing the swim then it is less expensive to go with one annual pass at $119 and then get the $69 resort only package, this does not include a 14 day ticket to another park.
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