Last week, SeaWorld began offering a limited time deal that allowed guests who make reservations at Sharks Underwater Grill as part of Magical Dining Month to enjoy free admission to the park for the rest of the day after they check in for their meal. And now it looks like the park is offering another free admission deal beginning today for educators in the state of Florida.
The park has announced that beginning today educators in Florida can register to get a new Florida Teacher Card pass that includes free admission from now through August 31, 2021. In order to receive this deal, Teachers can pre-register online using the ID.me process to receive the SeaWorld Florida Teacher Card eVoucher. To take advantage of this offer, select the Teacher ID button in the top-right, select "Sign up" and then enter an e-mail address (personal e-mail address recommended) and a password. Right now this offer is only open to active and certified K-12 Florida teachers.
Eligible private school teachers can provide a letter from the principal on school letterhead confirming employment as a K-12 teacher along with a Florida photo ID and most recent (30 days) paystub to SeaWorld front gate entrance.
Once registered, teachers may also take advantage of the following additional offers:
- Up to three additional guest tickets for the reduced rate of $27.99 through September 30, 2020
- Up to four $10 off of All-Day Dining Deals
- Up to four 50% off of Quick Queue Unlimited through September 30, 2020
Though Universal Orlando Resort and Walt Disney World have been offering some fairly good discounts post-reopening, it looks like SeaWorld Orlando has really been pulling out all the stops when it comes to getting people to their park. And it looks like this strategy has been working, as the theme park recently switched to full week operations to meet increased demand for admission.
As a reminder, all visitors to SeaWorld Orlando are required to make a reservation prior to visiting here before heading to the theme park.