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SeaWorld to end popular ticket promotion

Orlando Sentinel

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May 31, 2011

With attendance rebounding, SeaWorld Orlando is ending a popular ticket promotion that allows Florida and Georgia residents who buy one-day tickets to keep coming back for the rest of the year.

Beginning tomorrow, SeaWorld will stop selling $79.99 "Fun Cards," as it aims to shift more guests into pricier annual passes, which begin at $109.99. The annual passes are good for 365 days from the date of purchase — rather than the remainder of the calendar year — and include some extra perks, including free parking.

SeaWorld will also begin offering guests who buy single-day tickets an option to pay an extra $5 to continue returning through the rest of 2011.

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment will also cancel its Fun Card promotion at Busch Gardens Tampa Bay, effective tomorrow.

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