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SeaWorld Orlando increases ticket prices by up to 5.5%

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SeaWorld Orlando has raised its single-day ticket prices for the second time in a year, with the cost of children's tickets rising by an above-inflation 5.5%.

The park has pushed adult prices up to $87.32 (including tax), an increase of 2.5% or $2.13. Meanwhile, the cost of bringing kids aged 3-9 to the park has been raised significantly, from $72.75 to $78.80. The cost of parking at SeaWorld Orlando has also been increased, to $14 per day.

SeaWorld Orlando previously raised prices by $1 per ticket in November 2010. In June 2011, it also withdrew the Fun Card promotion, which allowed Florida and Georgia residents to save money on repeat visits.

Tickets for the park, owned by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, continue to be priced slightly lower than tickets for Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando parks. Both resorts charge $90.52 (including tax) for a basic single-day, adult ticket.

Small discounts on ticket prices for Florida theme parks can be found through independent resellers such as Maple Leaf Tickets, Undercover Tourist and the Official Ticket Center.

For further details on how to reduce spending on visits to SeaWorld Orlando, see Theme Park Tourist's article on saving time and money at SeaWorld Orlando.


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All local parks have deals to give anyone, not just Florida residents discounts. The biggest one around is soda, that's right soda. Coke and Pepsi one of those normally does $5-$10 off per ticket on each can. I know that right now Mountain Dew gives a free child ticket to LegoLand with the purchase of an adult ticket. Multi-day tickets are where the real money gets saved. You can try many different places to find these tickets some even come with hotel stay to discount things further making booking easy.

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