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Seaworld Unveils New Lower Priced Passes

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  • Seaworld Unveils New Lower Priced Passes

    Seaworld San Diego, which has been struggling to reverse its slumping attendance, announced Wednesday that it would introduce a new $99.99 annual pass designed to induce repeat visits from the Southern California market.

    The park decided to focus on making visits more affordable for regular visitors from throughout the Southern California region rather than deeply discount single day tickets, park president Marilyn Hannes said.

    The new $99.99 offering, which represents a $60 discount off the previous year-round pass and includes in-park discounts, will go into effect on Thursday.

    While the theme park will also be offering an even lower priced pass called the Fun Card, at $89.99, that promotion does not include daily parking at $17 and it also comes with certain blackout days. It will be available for advance purchase starting Thursday and will be valid through 2018.
    Interestingly, despite being called the "SOCAL" pass the new $100 pass appears to be available to anyone.