Every year I see people asking or searching the same thing. How to get any savings on theme park tickets. Even free parking or a couple dollars off. I decided to compile a list of free ways into theme parks around the US.
Sea World San Diego– FREE Fun Pass for Preschoolers. San Diego and Orange County CA residents only. Valid only at SeaWorld San Diego only for children 5 years old and younger at time of redemption. Unlimited Visits.
Sea World Orlando– FREE Fun Pass for Preschoolers. Florida residents only. Valid only at SeaWorld Orlando only for children 5 years old and younger at time of redemption. Unlimited Visits.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg Va & Water Country USA (Double Pass Ticket!)- FREE Fun Pass for Preschoolers. Children ages 3-5. Unlimited Visits to both parks. Children 0-2 can also Dine with Elmo & Friends FREE!
These 8 Theme Parks allow a Free single day admission for active duty member and up to 3 dependents. One complimentary admission per year, per person to one park of choice. Not available at the front gate.
- Sea World Orlando
- Sea World San AntonioSea World San Diego
- Busch Gardens Tampa
- Busch Gardens Williamsburg
- Sesame Place Langhorne
- Aquatica San Diego
- Adventure Island Tampa
- Water Country USA Williamsburg
Kings Dominion offers Military days. Usually in May & July they pay tribute to our brave military service men and women by offering FREE park admission to any active, inactive or retired United States Service men and women with a valid military I.D.
These 4 Theme Parks allow a Free 1 year Annual Pass for Teachers in Florida
- LEGOLAND® Florida Resort
- The Orlando Eye
- Madame Tussauds
- SEA LIFE Aquarium
California Legoland allows California Teachers a free admission day on (dates are for 2016):
- January 2 – 17
- March 5 – 13
- April 30
- May 1
- May 7 – 15
- September 3 – November 19
If you are a teacher from a participating school district (below), you can receive a complimentary full day pass to SeaWorld:
Read to Succeed is an exciting program that encourages students in grades K through 6 to read for fun. Students who complete six hours of recreational reading earn a free ticket to Six Flags! The program is available to teachers and schools at no cost to participate, and it’s a great way to motivate kids to read.
Do you know some others I missed? Let me know below.
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