Living in and near Orlando for the last fifteen years, we’ve always had annual passes to at least one theme park in the area. If you go relatively often like we do, the passes pay for themselves by keeping your family busy instead of out spending money on other amusements. Luckily, our favorite marine life park has made it easy on us to visit often by offering the SeaWorld Preschool Pass!
What is the SeaWorld Preschool Pass?
Most parks offer free admission for kids aged two and under. The SeaWorld Preschool Pass extends that age range all the way to five years old for the children of Florida residents. All you have to do is visit their site and register your child. Then, on your first visit to the park you take the printed confirmation, your proof of Florida residency, and your child’s birth certificate to the ticket counter and pick up their free annual pass which is valid through the end of the year. That’s it!
What’s the catch? (Haha, it’s a fish joke! Get it?!)
Admittedly, there are two catches here but I think they’re both pretty easy bait to swallow (I crack myself up). The first caveat is that this is a limited time offer. Even though the ticket is valid through the end of the year, the SeaWorld Preschool Pass has to be registered for in advance and picked up by May 2oth, 2018. Secondly, your kid’s ticket may be free but yours is not so you will still have to purchase a ticket of your own unless you are planning to send your toddler to the park alone. Still though, it’s a pretty darn good deal!
But wait… there’s more!
This was a pretty amazing deal on it’s own. (If it’s free, it’s for me! Am I right?) But just this week, the SeaWorld Preschool Pass was updated to also include admission to Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. So, not only are you getting two parks for the price of one, you’re getting two parks for the price of none! How awesome is that?! If you decide to register your little ones for the SeaWorld Preschool Pass, drop me a comment and let me know. I love hearing that we’ve helped hook somebody up with a great deal! And if you’re looking for more ways to keep your kiddo entertained, check out this post about flying with a toddler; even if you aren’t going anywhere soon the ideas will work for restaurants, waiting rooms and anywhere else you need a little quiet time.