SeaWorld launches Black Friday deals: Here’s how you can save

ORLANDO, Fla. — SeaWorld announced its Black Friday deals on Monday.

During the sale, shoppers can save on tickets, passes, fun cards and upgrades.


The sale runs from now through Nov. 26.

Here’s how you can save:

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Save up to $35 on SeaWorld Orlando Annual Passes during the Black Friday sale. Passes start at $135, or $11.25 per month for Florida residents (+ tax and fees).

Guests can purchase a SeaWorld Orlando 2022 Fun Card and get the rest of 2021 for free. During the sale, it’s $84.99 (+ tax and fees) compared to its regular price of $127.99. You also have the option of a SeaWorld and Aquatica Fun Card for $125.99 (+ tax and fees), which is regularly $181.98. Note: Fun Cards have several blackout dates on admission, and do not come with any of the benefits that Annual Passes have.

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For guests looking to visit for a single day or just a few days, the sale has savings on tickets up to 60% off the regular prices. A single-day ticket is available for as low as $49.99 (+ tax and fees), a savings of up to $68 off the gate price. A two-park ticket for Busch Gardens and SeaWorld Orlando is available for as low as $79.99 (+ tax and fees).

Buy one All-Day Dining Deal at regular price ($44.99) and get one at 50% off ($22.49) as part of the Black Friday sale. The deal allows one entree, side or dessert, and select non-alcoholic beverage per hour at participating restaurants.

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Guests can save up to 50% on select animal tours on select dates. There are limited spaces available for each tour.

Guests can save $75 on SeaWorld Orlando’s summer day camps.

Guests can save up to 50% on Quick Queue products on select dates which allow visitors to skip the line on some of SeaWorld’s most popular attractions, including the all-new Ice Breaker, opening February 2022.

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Sarah Wilson

Sarah Wilson,

Sarah Wilson joined WFTV Channel 9 in 2018 as a digital producer after working as an award-winning newspaper reporter for nearly a decade in various communities across Central Florida.