Military members: Free tickets to SeaWorld Orlando available

SeaWorld Orlando is currently offering free tickets to active-duty military personnel and veterans.

The theme park made the announcement on Monday, April 22, through email and social media.

“To show our appreciation for those who have served our country, we are offering up to four FREE tickets to U.S. veterans and military members,” reads a statement by SeaWorld Orlando.

The tickets may be used by military members and up to three guests. Additional tickets can also be purchased for 50% off the ticket price.

To redeem this ticket offer, click here to verify your military status through GOVX ID. The tickets must be obtained by May 12, and park entry is good through July 7, 2024.

In addition, active military members and veterans can purchase four all-day dining deals for $150, which is 25% off the regular adult price. This program allows guests to eat all day in the park, as often as once every 90 minutes.

For more information on reserving tickets for members of the military, visit the SeaWorld Orlando website.

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