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    Does anyone know of some cheaper tickets than the standard $55-58 I have found so far??? Thank you! We will have 4 adults.

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    that is about the cheapest I know of. You might get a few dollars off if you are a AAA member, or sometimes grocery stores had coupons for $2-$3 off per ticket, but that is if you are in FL.

    also if you live in FL you can buy the tickets and use them over and over for the rest of the year.

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    You mean that you can re-use the regular one-day passes??? I do live in Florida AND have AAA AND have AARP...but I'm still too cheap, um, frugal. Hoping to find some sort of amazing deal....

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    are you or hubby in the Military or Veteran? Here is a link to free tickets if you are! http://www.herosalute.com/

    Budweiser is honored to salute the men and women of our armed forces and their families. Throughout 2007, members of the military and as many as three direct dependents may enter any one of Anheuser-Busch's SeaWorld, Busch Gardens or Sesame Place parks with a single-day complimentary admission.

    For your service and sacrifice, we thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by widget View Post
    You mean that you can re-use the regular one-day passes??? I do live in Florida AND have AAA AND have AARP...but I'm still too cheap, um, frugal. Hoping to find some sort of amazing deal....
    Well, you can't re-use the same pass, per se, but they give you a "Fun Pass," which allows you to come back as many times as you want for the rest of the year. There's no additional charge for the Fun Pass. You just have to pay the regular ticket price ($61.95 adult or $51.95 child) and you get an annual pass for free. It's really easy to get the Fun Pass, too...you just go to this little booth (they'll tell you where it is) and they take your information and fingerprint (they don't do photo cards anymore - I guess fingerprints are more secure) and hand you the pass. DH and I have Fun Passes for Sea World, which has the same deal.

    Here's a link: http://www.buschgardens.com/BGT/florida_residents.aspx

    On edit: I didn't realize it before, but you can even get a Fun Pass that lets you use it at Busch Gardens, Sea World and Islands of Adventure! It costs more (about $160 per person) but it would pay for itself if you just went to each park once! I wish I'd known that before...I'll certainly remember it for next year!
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    THANKS for the info!! Much appreciated.

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