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FREE Sea World San Antonio Tickets for Military Families & 50% OFF for Veterans (Pssssst ~ Pass this Along!)

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If you know a veteran or someone in the military, please thank them for their service and pass this along…

SeaWorld in San Antonio is honoring active duty military families and veterans with FREE and 50% OFF tickets to SeaWorld.  Here’s the scoop:

:: FREE Single-Day Admission for Active Duty U.S. Military Families: SeaWorld is providing FREE admission to active duty military, activated or drilling reservist, or National Guardsman through their Waves Of Honor program. Active military personnel and up to 3 of their direct dependents  will receive one complimentary admission per year to either SeaWorld, Busch Gardens, Adventure Island, Water Country USA, or Sesame Place or Aquatica SeaWorld’s Waterpark. Offer expires December 31, 2013.  Register for free tickets and learn more here.

:: 50% OFF Single Day Admission for Military and Veterans: Through Monday, November 11, 2013, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment is also honoring our U.S. military and American veterans by providing 50% off single-day regular admission tickets.   Qualified service members and veterans can purchase up to six single-day admissions in advance to  SeaWorld (San Antonio, Orlando and San Diego), Busch Gardens (Tampa and Williamsburg), and Sesame PlaceThis offer is available exclusively online (go here) or at participating military bases.

Qualified service members and veterans must present valid military ID and/or proof of service.

Go here to learn more and register to get your FREE & 50% OFF Military family tickets.

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FREE Sea World San Antonio Tickets for Teachers & Military Families (Pssssst ~ Pass this Along!)

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If you know a teacher or someone in the military, please thank them for their service and pass this along…

SeaWorld in San Antonio is honoring teachers and military families with FREE tickets to SeaWorld.  Here’s the scoop:

:: FREE Unlimited Admission Teacher’s TicketSea World is offering a FREE Adult Fun Card to all active, employed, and certified K-12 grade school instructors in the state of Texas.  This Teacher pass is a 2012 Fun Card that allows unlimited admission to SeaWorld San Antonio now through the end of the year.  Teachers are also able to purchase additional passes at $5 off for their family and friends. Registration ends June 30, 2012 and redemption of your Fun Card must take place by August 31, 2012. Required credentials include a copy of your Texas Teacher certification, a Valid Texas I.D., copy of paystub from within the last 30 days, and the e-voucher you’ll get when you register.   Similar offers available to teachers at Sea World in Orlando, Florida (here).

Go here to register for your FREE Teacher’s pass.   

:: FREE Single-Day Admission for Military Families: SeaWorld is providing FREE admission to active military and up to 3 of their direct dependants. Dependents may take advantage of the offer without their service member, though an adult must accompany minor dependents, and dependent ages 10 and over must present valid dependent I.D.  A Department of Defense photo ID will need  to be presented at the entrance plaza to SeaWorld (or click here and submit your information). This offer is valid at SeaWorld San Antonio, San Diego, or Orlando. 

Go here to learn more and register to get your FREE Military family passes.

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