Thursday, March 15, 2012

FREE Sea World and Busch Gardens Preschool Pass!




Sea World and Busch Gardens have a hot freebie for Florida residents! Get a FREE children's pass for Sea World and Busch Gardens for 2012. Parents and older siblings can get a 'Fun Card' where you pay for one day and get the rest of the year free!

Teachers can get into SeaWorld for FREE too! (Find details here)
You need a photo id, teacher certificate, and pay stub from the past 30 days.

And, active Military Members can get in FREE! (Find details here)

Here is a link to their Frequently Asked Questions

"Sign up your preschooler for the SeaWorld & Busch Gardens Preschool Pass. Children ages five and younger can now explore the wonders of Africa and the depths of the ocean with this special free pass offered to Florida residents ages 5 and younger.

It gives them all access in 2012 to Busch Gardens’ Sesame Street Safari of Fun, the play land filled with kid-size rides and cool water fun. Take a dive on Air Grover, the new junior coaster for parents and kids to ride together. Splash in Bert & Ernie’s Watering Hole, a wet adventure filled with bubblers, geysers, jets, dumping buckets and more. A photography studio offers photos with characters daily, and a musical stage show brings safari tales to life in a celebration of imagination and the spirit of adventure.

The Preschool Pass is an online-only offer, and is good for all of 2012 at both SeaWorld Orlando and Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Parents and older kids can join in on all the excitement with a Fun Card, when they pay for a day and play all year through Dec. 31, 2012, with no blackout dates.
Visit our web site to sign up for your Free Preschool Pass."

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3 comments:

  1. Hmm, only if I were to live in Florida! I would so take this offer up!!! Got anything for Massachusetts people??

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  2. what a great deal, I wish they were doing this is California

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