Updated 4/10 – This just in, Busch Gardens has been added back to the Preschool Card. Get all the info on the Free 2018 Busch Gardens Preschool Card here.
It’s back! The 2018 SeaWorld Preschool Card is back and provides free admission for children 5 and under to the SeaWorld Park locations in Orlando and San Antonio! Thinking about visiting theme parks this year with the kids? SeaWorld has an offer you can’t refuse! All preschoolers have unlimited access to these themes parks for FREE through December 31, 2018 with the FREE SeaWorld Preschool Card! All you need to do is pre-register online and pick up at the park.
FREE 2018 SeaWorld Preschool Card
Theme parks are tons of fun, but it’s never cheap. Between the cost of entry, food and souvenirs, things can quickly get out of hand. Fortunately SeaWorld Orlando and San Antonio are now offering all local preschoolers ages 5 and younger free admission throughout 2018. Kids 5 and younger can enjoy all the sights and splashes of SeaWorld for FREE.
Florida Residents Register for SeaWorld Orlando – valid through December 31, 2018!
Parents will need to register online and be Florida residents. The child must be 5 years old or younger at time of redemption. This offer does not include taxes, services fees, parking, separately ticketed events or other discounts. You must register no later than May 13, 2018. You will need to provide proof of residency as well as a copy your child’s birth certificate or travel passport to redeem your confirmation certificate to the ticket window at the theme park.
Texas Residents Register for SeaWorld San Antonio – valid through January 6, 2019!
Parents will need to register online and be Texas residents. The child must be 5 years old or younger at time of redemption. Be ready to enjoy free admission to SeaWorld throughout all of 2018, including Wild Days, the brand new Sesame Street Party Parade debuting in May, Halloween Spooktacular and SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration. This offer does not include parking or other park admission. You must register no later than May 31, 2018. You will need to provide proof of residency as well as a copy your child’s birth certificate or travel passport to redeem your confirmation certificate to the ticket window at the theme park.
I wish all theme parks made these kind of offers. I know I’d be inclined to visit far more often knowing that we could save big. Most theme parks, unless solely focused on children, don’t have enough rides to entertain children under 5, so justifying high entry fees is tough. While you are in the area you should also definitely check out Florida’s hidden treasure – Discovery Cove!
Do you have a favorite theme park your children love to visit?