VIDEO: Discovery Cove Sweetens Florida Resident Discount, Unlimited Visits To Seaworld, Aquatica
By Space Coast Daily // September 15, 2016
unlimited admission through January 31, 2017
ABOVE VIDEO: Take a tour of Discovery Cove and then receive great discounts to attend other parks
ORLANDO, FLORIDA – Florida residents can now enjoy exclusive savings on admission to Orlando’s most unique destination, Discovery Cove.
In addition to special ticket pricing, the park has sweetened its resident discount and added unlimited admission to SeaWorld and Aquatica, SeaWorld’s Waterpark, through January 31, 2017.
“Florida residents are our greatest ambassadors and we love having them visit our park,” said Stewart Clark, vice president of Discovery Cove.
“We are proud to offer our best pricing of the year to our neighbors and our community.”
The Florida resident All-Inclusive Dolphin Swim Package at Discovery Cove starts at $219 per person and includes a 30-minute personal interaction with bottlenose dolphins as well as a full day of snorkeling, swimming and playing in the sun.
During their visit to Discovery Cove, guests enjoy freshly prepared meals, snacks and beverages including beer, wine and frozen daiquiris included with admission. Complimentary wetsuits, snorkel gear, showers and changing facilities, towels, lockers and environmentally safe sunscreen are also provided.
To take full advantage of this offer, Florida residents must purchase and redeem their Discovery Cove passes by December 31, 2016.
As part of the Florida resident package, guests also receive unlimited admission to SeaWorld and Aquatica from the time of their Discovery Cove visit through January 31, 2017.
Fall is an exciting time to visit SeaWorld.
In addition to world-class coasters and up-close animal encounters, admission includes the park’s annual holiday events: SeaWorld Orlando’s Halloween Spooktacular in October and SeaWorld’s Christmas Celebration in December.
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