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Bit of Help please!- Parks in Florida

Sam

Giga Poster
I'm currently in Florida... been rocking out in Miami, smashing the Americans at cash games in the casinos and spending money in the evenings like it's going out of fashion.....

Anyway, whilst I'm here I plan to visit Busch Gardens and possibly Universal Studios (when in Rome and all that....)

Does anyone know where I can get some cheap tickets/bogofs etc? (Be it online or off coca cola bottles or the like- I know they do them every so often.

Any help/deal suggestions or indeed any other tips would be greatly appreciated!

Ta!
 

davidm

Strata Poster
Florida parks don't really go in for those BOGOF / cheapo deals - captive tourist audience and all. Best value entrance tix are the online ones, but you only save a few $ over the gate prices, never a huuuge bargain.

Only real money savings is the combo-ticket things that only save if you are visiting multiple parks.
 

walker1104

Mega Poster
Walmart usually do cheaper tickets I think. Not too sure on individual day tickets, but they definitely do for multi-day tickets. Might be worth checking their prices against the gate prices?
 

Sam

Giga Poster
Thanks guys....

looks like Busch Gardens and Universal can both suck my balls....

$80 for a single day pass yet it's only $117 for a **** annual pass?

**** daylight robbery.

Do they not realise that some tourists don't want to spend their whole holiday going to **** theme parks and may just want one day at one?

Priced themselves right out of that one.

Bastards.
 

SaiyanHajime

Strata Poster
I think Busch and SeaWorld do a reasonably priced combine ticket, if you're interested in SeaWorld? I doubt you are. I can't imagine you at SeaWorld watching Shamu.
 

Venom2053

Hyper Poster
Joey said:
I think Busch and SeaWorld do a reasonably priced combine ticket, if you're interested in SeaWorld? I doubt you are. I can't imagine you at SeaWorld watching Shamu.

Yea but they do have Kraken and Manta Ray. They're worth ride if you've got some spare time, but it should definitely be the last park on your list :p
 

CoasterCrazy

Giga Poster
Sea world were doing a two day ticket (one day free) when I went last year...not sure if they're doing it any more....
 

Pierre

Strata Poster
Joey said:
I think Busch and SeaWorld do a reasonably priced combine ticket, if you're interested in SeaWorld? I doubt you are. I can't imagine you at SeaWorld watching Shamu.

He's woke up in bed a few mornings with some Shamu look-a-likes so you never know.
 
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