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Old 9 Sep 19, 10:09 PM  
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We go on 12th Oct and want to do SeaWorld for a day ... but not spend a fortune on tickets ... anyone know of any offers :-)
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Have you tried undercover tourist?
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Old 10 Sep 19, 01:44 AM  
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We go on 12th Oct and want to do SeaWorld for a day ... but not spend a fortune on tickets ... anyone know of any offers :-)
As archibald said, try undercovertourist $90.51, roughly £73.34 for a single day ticket, or a 2 park ticket for $107.24, roughly £86.91, second visit must be within 14 days of the first visit. Cheaper than buying direct from the SeaWorld site.

Also check the groupon.com site to see if they have any deals, although I have never used them so I cannot comment on what they are like.
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Does an e ticket get you straight in at the gate? Is the all day dining option worth it how many meals does it get you?
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Has anyone used magic tickets before?
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Originally Posted by lyn1 View Post
As archibald said, try undercovertourist $90.51, roughly £73.34 for a single day ticket, or a 2 park ticket for $107.24, roughly £86.91, second visit must be within 14 days of the first visit. Cheaper than buying direct from the SeaWorld site.

Also check the groupon.com site to see if they have any deals, although I have never used them so I cannot comment on what they are like.
Looks like the undercover tourist ones don't come with "free" parking. Of course nothing to stop you buying one of those for one of your party and the undercover tourist ones for the rest of your group.
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Has anyone used magic tickets before?
No but I think that other members have without any problems. It's looks like they are cheaper than undercovertourist £69 [I completely forgot about them], good spot.
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No but I think that other members have without any problems. It's looks like they are cheaper than undercovertourist £69 [I completely forgot about them], good spot.
Can't find ticket prices on magic tickets. Am I being stupid?
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Looks like the undercover tourist ones don't come with "free" parking. Of course nothing to stop you buying one of those for one of your party and the undercover tourist ones for the rest of your group.
As the OP is only going for 1 day they might as well pay for the parking [unless they are going by coach] when they get there.

The cheapest that I can see for the SeaWorld 3 for 2 ticket that includes free parking is £110 from floridaescapes.co.uk. I am not 100% sure of the parking cost as I have read a few different accounts, but I am almost sure that it's cheaper to buy a 1 day ticket and pay for the parking rather than buying a SeaWorld 3 for 2 ticket, but I could be wrong.
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