The warmer weather isn’t just for tourists, and neither are some of the great theme park ticket deals for Florida residents; now is a great time to catch up on area theme parks at a fraction of the normal cost.
This week, Universal raised the price of a one-day, one-park ticket to $88 before tax. That’s $3 higher than a similar ticket at Walt Disney World.
If you are a Florida resident, price for a day’s admission is only $9.99 through June 30 at Gatorland in Orlando, Florida.
The Kenneday Space Center (KSC) Visitor Complex is offering annual passes for the low price of $50 for adults and $46 for children ages 3-11.
Beginning January 14, SeaWorld is programming a festival called “Just for Kids” which includes a daily concert by kid-friendly performers.
SeaWorld is offering discounted admission as a special Christmas gift to guests.
If you are a Florida resident, NOW is the time to go to the theme parks!
Florida teachers and a guest of their choice can receive free admission into Gatorland during the months of September and October.
LegoLand has recently announced a shuttle service plan with a round-trip shuttle bus departing from Orlando Premium Outlets on Vineland Avenue in Orlando.