Buy a Fun Card for the same price as one-day admission to SeaWorld or Busch Gardens and get free admission for the rest of 2020 and all of 2021!
The popular Fun Card returns to SeaWorld Orlando, SeaWorld San Diego, SeaWorld San Antonio, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay and Busch Gardens Williamsburg for 2021, offering guests unlimited admission to the park through December 31, 2021, all for the price of one-day admission (some blackout dates apply; Busch Gardens Williamsburg dates are seasonal).
SeaWorld’s annual events, Halloween Spooktacular and Christmas Celebration, are included with your Fun Card entry. All entry to the park, including during events, requires a specific date and time reservation made in advance, as capacity is strictly limited to allow for physical distancing.
“As a parent and grandparent, I know firsthand that now more than ever, families are looking for fun activities that are both safe and affordable,” said Marilyn Hannes, president of SeaWorld San Diego. “We are very excited to launch the 2021 Fun Card so our guests can enjoy all of our great seasonal experiences and the rest of the park for the rest of 2020 and all of 2021.”
Purchase a SeaWorld Orlando Fun Card for $110.99 (ages 3 and up); SeaWorld San Diego Fun Card at $93.99 (ages 10 and up) and $88.99 (ages 3-9); and SeaWorld San Antonio Fun Card at $79.99 (ages 3 and up).
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Fun Card is available for $111.99 (ages 3 and up; Howl-O-Scream not included) and the Busch Gardens Williamsburg Fun Card is $95.99 (ages 3 and up; valid through March 1). November 2020, and again from March 20 – September 12, 2021).
All “Pay for a Day” Fun Cards are available for a limited time, so get them early to avoid disappointment!
For more information, park hours, blackout dates, COVID-19 safety rules, and to purchase tickets or a Fun Card, visit SeaWorld Orlando; SeaWorld San Diego; SeaWorld San Antonio; Busch Gardens Tampa Bay; or Busch Gardens Williamsburg. As always, your ticket purchase helps fund wildlife rescue and rehabilitation, habitat protection, and ocean health initiatives.