Get Half Off Busch Gardens and SeaWorld Theme Park Admission With Daily Getaways

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This could be a fun idea for a family vacation or road trip!  Daily Getaways will have $45 single-day admission tickets to Busch Gardens and SeaWorld theme parks on sale April 5, 2016, at 1:00 pm Eastern Time.  You’ll save over 50% on the regular price with this deal!

Tickets tend to sell out very quickly, and quantities are limited.

Get Half Off Busch Gardens And SeaWorld Theme Park Admission With Daily Getaways

Take the Kids to Busch Gardens or SeaWorld! With This Daily Getaways Deal, They’ll Have a Fun Time – and You’ll Get Big Travel With Small Money!

I’ll share the offer details so you can decide whether to take part!

Save Big on Theme Parks With Daily Getaways

Link:   Daily Getaways Travel Deals

Link:   Daily Getaways Busch Gardens Deal

Link:   Daily Getaways SeaWorld Deal

Each year for 5 weeks, the US Travel Association partners with hotels, airlines, and other providers to offer deals on travel called Daily Getaways.  Some of them are great values!

Get Half Off Busch Gardens And SeaWorld Theme Park Admission With Daily Getaways

Spot the Dolphins at SeaWorld, Then Enjoy the Fun Rides!

On April 5, 2016, at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, you can buy single-day tickets to any Busch Gardens theme park for $45 or SeaWorld for $50. Considering walk-up tickets can be $99, that’s a savings of about half off! 

All of the deals are offered in limited quantities.

There are:

  • ~1,100 Busch Gardens tickets available
  • ~2,200 SeaWorld tickets available

In past years, they’ve sold out within minutes!  And once they’re gone, the sale is over.  So set a calendar reminder or phone alert if you’re interested!

Get Half Off Busch Gardens And SeaWorld Theme Park Admission With Daily Getaways

Save ~50% on Busch Gardens or SeaWorld Admission. The Tickets Are $45 to $50 and Are Valid Through May 13, 2017

With either deal, you can buy a maximum of 6 tickets.  They’re valid until May 13, 2017.  And there are NO blackout dates.

After you purchase the deal, you’ll receive tickets in your email within 3 to 5 business days.  To redeem them, simply print them out and head to the park of your choice!

The Busch Gardens tickets are valid at:

And you can use the SeaWorld tickets at:

Note:   Parking, and any separately-ticketed events or rides are NOT included with either deal.

Are There Drawbacks?

Not really!  This is a straightforward deal without too many restrictions.

If you’re looking for something fun to do with the family, this is a terrific deal!  If you buy the maximum amount of 6 tickets to Busch Gardens, you’ll pay $270.  And $300 for 6 SeaWorld tickets.

But if you paid the full price of $99 per ticket, you’d pay $594 to $600.  That’s a huge savings if you have a big family or a large group!

The tickets are valid for over a year, so you have plenty of time to use them.  But don’t let them sit forgotten in your email inbox!  It’s not a good deal if you spend your money, then never redeem the tickets!

Parking, special events, and food aren’t included in the price, so be sure to plan for those expenses.  But otherwise, this is an easy way to save!

Bottom Line

Daily Getaways deals are a great way to get Big Travel with Small Money for hotel stays and other fun experiences.

On April 5, 2016, at 1:00 pm Eastern Time, you can buy $45 single-day admission tickets to Busch Gardens and $50 for SeaWorld theme parks.  These tickets can cost up to $99, so you save about half off the regular price!

If you want to snag tickets, set a reminder, because tickets have sold out quickly in past years.

The tickets are valid until May 13, 2017, so you’ll have plenty of time to redeem them.  This is a fun opportunity to save on a family trip if you want to visit a theme park this summer or beyond!

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10 responses to “Get Half Off Busch Gardens and SeaWorld Theme Park Admission With Daily Getaways

  1. It’s so disheartening to see you promoting SeaWorld. Please watch Blackfish to see what really happens in those tiny tanks. Pretty disappointed in this 🙁

  2. If you’re thinking about going to SeaWorld, watch Blackfish first

  3. They are just letting people know of a promotion, it’s what they do. It’s up to others to choose if they go. It’s not like they are writing a full article of sea world. This doesn’t express their personal views or anything so saying this is not necessary to tell them anything is their job. If you don’t want to go then it’s up to you. I think they do a very good jobs letting us know if what deals are out there! Thanks Million Miles for what you do!

  4. Let’s not perpetuate the animal captivity->cruelty. There has to be a threshold where each one of us draw the line and also think and NOT react before you discard a different idea!

  5. SERIOUSLY??? You are promoting Whale Captivity when the rest of the world is trying to stop this horrible act???


  7. So captive mammals are wrong but reptiles, amphibians, birds etc are okay? Give me a break. The article was about a promotion and expresses no personal opinions. If you are opposed don’t go. If you are really opposed feel free to protest. But you dont get to decide if someone else has the right to go to a zoo or any other sort of park with captive animals.

  8. This is seriously disappointing for a fairly new follower of the blog. No, one cannot please everyone, and no, no one turns to this blog for moral guidance. But Sea World is not merely another ‘zoo’, whatever one’s feelings about those — it is one of the worst of the worst of catpive animal shows, with not only the inhumane treatment of massive, extremely sensitive sea life on its hands, but the death and other harms of trainers. Movies like ‘Blackfish’ don’t come along every day. This page is actively promoting Sea World, so it si not enough to say ‘give me a break, don’t go if you don’t want to *see* the harm!’. It is seriously disturbing for a blog run by people in a position to know better (if they care, which I suppose is the operative question…).

  9. Charles said it better than I could. Needless to say, I agree with him 100%. SeaWorld is an evil organization that not only profits on the suffering of orcas, but also has a history of mistreating the human beings on their payroll.

  10. While I have tremendous reservations about the keeping of relatively intelligent, social animals in captivity merely for entertainment/entertainment business purposes (or even as pets, supposedly for companionship purposes that are but a form of entertainment-seeking too), I can’t ignore the reality that zoos, aquatic parks/aquariums also have some history of inculcating a sense of appreciation for nature and conservation efforts that help improve the odds for animals in the wild from decaying as fast as it has with the massive human attacks on the environment through our lifestyle habits. Those lifestyle habits including that of flying, driving and boating around like we do, eating like we do, trashing stuff like we do, and so on.