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Busch Gardens, SeaWorld raise ticket prices

Starting Sunday, general admission rates are going up at both Tampa's Busch Gardens and Orlando's SeaWorld. The new Busch Gardens general admission is $74.95 for adults (up from $69.95) and $64.95 for children ages 3-9, (up from 59.95). The new SeaWorld general admission is $78.95 for adults (up from $74.95) and $68.95 children ages 3-9, (up from $64.95). For those wishing to buy a 2010 Fun Card annual pass, they are now discounted if bought online. Adult and child Fun Cards are $69.95 now at and, or via the special Florida resident offer at participating AAA offices. Fun Cards can also be bought with a Florida ID at the front gate for $69.95. Otherwise, cards sold at the gate will be priced at the new daily admission price.

Busch Gardens, SeaWorld raise ticket prices 10/30/09 [Last modified: Friday, October 30, 2009 5:56pm]
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