• FREE 2020 SeaWorld Passes for Preschoolers (San Antonio & Orlando) – Last Day!

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    Through today February 3rd, if you have a preschooler aged 5 or under, you can snag a FREE Preschool 2020 Card for your kiddo! Your little one will get FREE admission to SeaWorld throughout all of 2020, including the Sesame Street Kids Weekend, Halloween Spooktacular and Christmas Celebration.

    These are valid at SeaWorld locations in Orlando Florida and San Antonio Texas. To get these cards you need to register online, they are not available at the park.

    Here’s How To Score a FREE Preschool Card:

    • Click Here for SeaWorld
    • Scroll to the bottom of the webpage
    • Select SeaWorld Orlando or SeaWorld San Antonio Parks
    • In the search bar, search for “Preschool”
    • Select “Preschool Free Admission”
    • Enjoy 🙂

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  • 13 good-looking people commentedLeave a comment
    1. 1

      Mine keeps saying “Error” I tried checking out with the $10 donation and without. Also did not select but 1 pass so was not “over used”

    2. 2

      Thank you, I was able to get one for my daughter!

    3. 3

      It says for Florida residents only am I missing something?

    4. 4

      Wow! Thank you! Cant wait for our summer trip to SA!

    5. 5

      It says you must visit the park by March 31st 2020??

    6. 6

      Seasworld is disgusting and cruel! If uou have never seen blackfish i suggest you do and ban seaworld for good. #IDONTSUPPORTANIMALCRUELTY

    7. 7

      Its only for Texas & Florida residents . I live in Georgia so I cant get the deal

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