Super Grover Pass on Sale Now

Discussion in 'Sea World / Discovery Cove' started by Belle & Ariel, Nov 13, 2012.

  1. mieuxmew

    mieuxmew DIS Veteran

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    I have been a faithful purchaser of Sesame Place Super Grover passes for years. Each and every year, sadly, the prices have soared. (In 2008 we paid $113 per SG pass!) We go to Williamsburg once or twice a year and decided this fall to buy Busch Gardens Williamsburg passes. The passes were $320 for 2 years (so same price as Super Grovers) and the pass started the day I purchased them, whereas Super Grovers always expire December 31st. The price for BG-Williamsburg has gone up to $360. We are locked into the $320 price and pay for the pass monthly over 24 months (about $14/month per pass). At the end of the 2 years, BG will continue to bill us monthly at the $14/month rate until we cancel, effectively locking in the price.

    Not for everyone, but if you plan on visiting any park a few times year I thought this was a better deal in the long run.

    I considered the San Antonio pass, but I really felt weird having my home park as a park I don't have plans to visit.
     
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  3. mieuxmew

    mieuxmew DIS Veteran

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    I have been a faithful purchaser of Sesame Place Super Grover passes for years. Each and every year, sadly, the prices have soared. (In 2008 we paid $113 per SG pass!) We go to Williamsburg once or twice a year and decided this fall to buy Busch Gardens Williamsburg passes. The were $320 for 2 years (so same price as Super Grovers) and the pass started the day I purchased them, whereas Super Grovers always expire December 31st. The price for BG-Williamsburg has gone up to $360. We are locked into the $320 price and pay for the pass monthly over 24 months (about $14/month per pass). At the end of the 2 years, BG will continue to bill us monthly at the $14/month rate until we cancel, effectively locking in the price.

    Not for everyone, but if you plan on visiting any park a few times year I thought this was a better deal in the long run.
     

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