SeaWorld Orlando offers First Responders free admission

SeaWorld First Responders free admission
SeaWorld Orlando is offering free admission to Florida’s First Responders now through September 30.

As a thank you to those who protect and serve, SeaWorld Orlando is now offering First Responders free admission for themselves and discounts for their families through September 30 if they register online before August 31.

SeaWorld Orlando, Firehouse Subs and Coca-Cola are honoring Florida first responders for their bravery, sacrifice and service with a special opportunity to spend a day at the park with their families. Now through August 31, first responders can register to receive free admission to SeaWorld Orlando through September 30.

In addition to complimentary admission, qualified first responders receive up to four discounted tickets for friends and family for just $49.50 per person, a savings of 50 percent off general admission.

Qualifying first responders include Florida Fire Rescue First Responders, Florida EMT/EMS Employees, Florida Law Enforcement Officers, and Florida 911 Dispatchers.

Qualifying first responders should visit for more information on how to register. Tickets must be used by September 30, 2016.

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment also has a tribute program called Waves of Honor. Created in 2001, the Waves of Honor military salute program provides free admission to the SeaWorld and Busch Gardens parks, and Sesame Place for active members of U.S. armed forces and as many as three direct dependents per service member. Information on current active duty and veteran ticket offers is available at


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