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SeaWorld Veterans Discount for 2013

SeaWorld just announced a new discount offer for Military Veterans and Retirees.

SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment™ is honoring all the men and women who have previously served as members of the U.S. armed services.

Qualified service members and veterans include active duty, retired, honorably separated officers and enlisted personnel of the U.S. military.

The special offer provides 50 percent off single day admission to the SeaWorld® and Busch Gardens® Parks, and Sesame Place® for veterans and service members, and as many as five guests.

Tickets must be purchased by November 11, 2013 and redeemed by December 20, 2013.

SeaWorld Waves of Honor

Press Release:

ORLANDO, Fla. – In addition to the current Waves of Honor™ military salute program offering complimentary admission to members of America’s armed forces, SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment™ is honoring all the men and women who have previously served as members of the U.S. armed services. Qualified service members and veterans include active duty, retired, honorably separated officers and enlisted personnel of the U.S. military. The special offer provides 50 percent off single day admission to the SeaWorld® and Busch Gardens® Parks, and Sesame Place® for veterans and service members, and as many as five guests. Tickets must be purchased by November 11, 2013 and redeemed by December 20, 2013.

Qualified U.S. service members and veterans must purchase discounted tickets in advance at www.wavesofhonor.com/specialoffer or at participating military bases and present valid military ID and/or proof of service.*

Active duty military who have visited the parks using the Waves of Honor complimentary admission can also take advantage of this special offer. The SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment military salute program, previously known as Here’s to the Heroes, was created in 2001. The parks have played host to more than 6 million service members and their families since the program’s debut.

Proof of service can include military photo ID for active duty, retired, reserve or National Guard, DD214 form, Veterans Administration (VA) card or driver’s license stating “veteran.”

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