In the aftermath of Hurricane Irma, SeaWorld Orlando is providing Florida residents with a limited time offer to help locals take their mind off of the storm. The Florida Neighbor Offer will provide guests with an opportunity to buy one park ticket and get the second ticket free.
Floridians must purchase and use tickets between Wednesday, September 13th and Sunday, September 17th to be eligible for the offer.
Joel Manby, president and CEO of SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, said on Tuesday,
“Floridians have been through a lot this past week. We’re pleased that this offer lets families, friends and neighbors take a break and reconnect for the day.”
This offer also applies to SeaWorld’s sister park, Busch Gardens Tampa Bay. Both SeaWorld and Busch Gardens have been closed since Sunday due to the hurricane.
Only Florida residents may take advantage of the offer, and there is a limit of six paid tickets per person. SeaWorld Orlando currently offers single day tickets at $99.99; a single day ticket at Busch Gardens runs $104.99.
Source/Image: The Orlando Sentinel