The 2021 Busch Gardens Preschool Card is back!!! If you are heading to Busch Gardens this year, you are going to want to register quickly for the Busch Gardens Preschool Card and get free admission for your little ones ages 5 and under. But that’s not all, because the 2021 Preschool Card will also get you free admission into Adventure Island too! Busch Gardens and Adventure Island have an offer you can’t refuse! All preschoolers have unlimited access to these theme parks for FREE through December 31, 2021, with the FREE Busch Gardens Preschool Card! All you need to do is Pre-Register Online and pick up your 2021 Busch Gardens Preschool Card at the park.
Get all the info on the Free 2020 SeaWorld and Aquatica Preschool Card here.
FREE 2021 Busch Gardens Preschool Card
Theme parks are tons of fun, but it’s never cheap. Between the cost of entry, food, and souvenirs, your budget can quickly unravel. Fortunately, Busch Gardens in Tampa and Adventure Island are now offering all local preschoolers ages 5 and younger free admission throughout 2021. Kids 5 and younger can enjoy all the sights and splashes of both Busch Gardens AND Adventure Island for FREE.
Florida Residents Register for the 2021 Busch Gardens Preschool Card Plus Adventure Island – valid through December 31, 2021!
Parents will need to register online and be Florida residents. The child must be 5 years old or younger at the time of redemption. This offer does not include taxes, services fees, parking, separately ticketed events, or other discounts. You must register no later than March 31, 2021. You will need to provide proof of residency as well as a copy of your child’s birth certificate or travel passport to redeem your confirmation certificate to the ticket window at the theme park.
I’m glad to see more and more theme parks making these kinds of offers. It entices families to visit far more often knowing that you can save big. The newest children’s theme park to offer a similar deal is Legoland – also offering free admission to preschoolers at Legoland through 2021.
Do you have a favorite theme park your children love to visit?