SeaWorld Orlando today introduced a new pass that allows you to bring a different guest every day.
It works like this:
You buy an annual pass to SeaWorld for the normal price of $168. You can buy a second transferrable pass at the same time for $208. Whenever you visit on your "host pass", a different person can come with you using the transferrable one. So you can bring your husband one day, your mom the next, and so on.
You must buy a transferrable pass at the same time as a host pass. The holder of the host pass must accompany the person using the transferrable one.
The transferrable passes are good for one visit per day.
"It provides a level of flexibility that I think is new in the marketplace," SeaWorld Orlando park president Donnie Mills said.
SeaWorld also introduced a pass deal today that tacks on three months free. That means people can get 15 months worth of visits for the price of 12.
A transferrable pass that also includes SeaWorld's Aquatica water park costs $232. A host pass for both SeaWorld and Aquatica costs $192.
SeaWorld Entertainment also is offering the transferrable pass at its Sesame Place theme park in Pennsylvania.
Looks like Sea World might be hurting a little more than we thought. I think this is a great idea though. Wonder if Busch will be included with all of this.