SeaWorld Orlando offers new Annual Pass program with more benefits and lower prices

SeaWorld and Aquatica Orlando announced that this Thursday, they are kicking off their 'Best Year Ever,' to promote a bustle of activity taking place at both parks over the next few months and throughout 2019. 

The parks are also announcing a new Annual Pass program with more benefits and new lower prices. 

SeaWorld Orlando's record-breaking thrill ride, Infinity Falls, serves as the start of a year that the park says will be filled with a number of new and expanded experiences. 

SeaWorld Orlando says that they also have created a new Annual Pass program with more flexibility for guests to pick the pass with the benefits they want the most, such as unlimited admission, parking, free guest tickets, in park discounts and more. No down payment is required and for a limited time, introductory prices start at $9.99 a month for Florida residents.  Combination passes that include Aquatica, and Busch Gardens and Adventure Island in Tampa, provide even more savings.

The new tiers for the Annual Passes are:

  • Bronze Pass: Flexibility equals savings. While some blockout dates apply, guests save on parking, dining, and more.
  • Silver Pass: Membership made easy. Unlimited admission, free parking, one free guest ticket, and extra benefits.
  • Gold Pass: Big savings, best value. Save more with free Preferred parking, two free guest tickets, bigger discounts, plus valuable extras like a free animal encounter, free PhotoKey™ annual pass and more.
  • Platinum Pass: The ultimate way to play and save. Add unlimited admission to 11 SeaWorld and Busch Gardens Parks nationwide, free ride-again privileges, reserved show seating and more.

“Today is the beginning of an incredible and action-packed year ahead,” Pauls said “We are bringing our guests more events, more rides, more thrills, and more value than ever before, and of course, the new Annual Pass is the best way to take advantage of it all.” 

SeaWorld will also introduce new rides to the Sesame Street attraction, a new Aquatica water slide, and a packed event line-up. More announcements will be shared in the coming months.

Attendance continues to climb at SeaWorld Orlando, as attendance is up more than 10% for the park in the third quarter. Total revenues are expected to rise $41 million, or about 9%.