SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa are to end the long-running Fun Card ticket promotion, which allowed Florida and Georgia residents to save money on repeat visits.
The Miami Herald reports on the demise of the Fun Cards, which were priced at $79.99 and enabled guests to return as many times as they liked for the rest of the calendar year. Local residents will now need to buy annual passes (which are valid for a full 365 days and include free parking), with prices beginning at $109.99.
There are a variety of other ways for guests at Busch Gardens Tampa and SeaWorld Orlando to save money at the parks. Florida residents can buy discounted single-day tickets via the Busch Gardens Tampa and SeaWorld Orlando websites, while a range of combination tickets can be purchased that allow entry to both parks.
For further details on how to reduce spending on visits to the two theme parks, see Theme Park Tourist's articles on saving time and money at Busch Gardens Tampa and saving time and money at SeaWorld Orlando.