For limited time, guests can save more than 50 percent on single-day admission
and more than 65 percent on a two-day ticket
SAN DIEGO (Aug. 9, 2019) – For a limited time, visitors can take advantage of sizzling summer savings on admission to SeaWorld San Diego. A single-day weekday-only ticket is only $41.99, a savings of more than 50 percent, while guests can save more than 65 percent on a two-day ticket for only $59.99 ($29.99 per visit).
Tickets offered in this end-of-summer sale must be purchased by Aug. 18, and visitation must take place by Sept. 30. These offers are available online. Every visit to SeaWorld helps support the park’s animal rescue efforts. Over that last 55 years, SeaWorld has come to the aid of more than 35,000 ill and injured animals giving them a second chance at life.
There’s still plenty of summer fun left to enjoy at SeaWorld.
Electric Ocean, the award-winning nighttime spectacular that transforms the park after dark into a sea of glowing color and energy, will continue to ignite at SeaWorld on select dates through Sept. 2, 2019.
SeaWorld’s summer concert series continues on weekends through Sept. 1 with a lineup that is hotter than ever including performances from Craig Morgan, Jesse McCartney, Never Stop Believin’ and Jefferson Starship. The live concerts, which are free with park admission, are performed twice daily each Saturday and Sunday at the park’s outdoor Nautilus Amphitheater.
SeaWorld is open 365 days a year and is located on SeaWorld drive off of I-5. For more information visit www.SeaWorldSanDiego.com.
SeaWorld San Diego is one of the most popular marine parks in the world and is a global leader in marine animal care and welfare, education, conservation, research and rescue. Through exciting and educational attractions, shows and exhibits, SeaWorld creates fun and meaningful experiences—experiences that matter—where guests can explore, become inspired to care about animals and wild wonders of the world and to act to help protect them. SeaWorld San Diego, which opened in March of 1964, is one of 12 parks operated by SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment.