Sea World San Antonio Single Day Ticket Only $30 (Regularly $69)

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Through July 23rd, head over to where you can score a Sea World San Antonio 30th Anniversary Celebration Single Day Ticket for only $30 (regularly $69)!

This ticket is valid for one visit for children ages three and up and/or adults on operating days through 9/3. Note that this price does not include parking or taxes, and there is a service fee of $5.99 per order.

Or, you could snag a Sea World San Antonio & Aquatica 30th Anniversary Celebration Three Day Flex Ticket for just $50 (regularly $79).

This ticket will gain you unlimited access to Sea World and Aquatica for three consecutive days for children ages three and up and adults through 9/3.

(Thanks, Shannon!)

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  1. K

    please don’t support this terrible place. Those animals are slaves in a tiny prison.

    • Ashley

      OMG. Typical. There’s always someone to comment that. Keep your views to yourself please! This is just a coupon site, we’re here for deals, not your option. Start your own blog.

      • shop4mybabies

        sadly that isn’t a view or an opinion, it is a documented over decades upon decades fact. While they have gotten better, and try to spend a lot of money towards conservation, the large animals are often ill and on several occasions have harmed humans. They do not belong on display doing tricks for our amusement. Years ago my inlaws took us, and there were people drinking and smoking all over the place. It isn’t family friendly if you want to avoid those things, and it’s hard to teach your kids about conservation and the environment and planet in a place like this…

    • LC

      Absolutely agreed!!

    • JC

      Agreed. Will never spend $$ there. I’m not even sure how this place is still in business when they have been caught countless times responsible for the deaths of animals that could have been easily prevented.

  2. Jamie

    Pretty sure that’s a fact and not a “view”.

    • mommaof3


  3. kristi

    Fact, view or opinion, this is a couponing website. Colin and her team just provides good deals and if you don’t support them, move along. They can’t vet every company whether they are “good” or not. Personally, there are certain stores I don’t support. Don’t like, don’t click on it and MOVE ALONG.

    • John

      My thoughts exactly!

    • JC

      This simply doesn’t seem true, since this is a controversial company. And coupon or not, I’m sure there is some sort of decision process on which ones to post and which ones not to.

    • kristi

      Another controversial company would be Target. There are still plenty of posts for Target. Personally, I don’t support male organs inside female bathrooms, whether or not they identify as male, female or whale. Anything and everything I see that says Target, I skip. Is that hard to do? NO. If I want other’s political opinions, I’ll visit FOX news instead of a couponing website.

  4. Stephanie

    I agree, SeaWorld is offering these promotions because they are having trouble getting people in the door, now that their horrible practices have been exposed. I don’t think they should be advertised/utilized.

    • Rose

      While that may be true for Promotions. They have to they have alot of rescue Animals that need care for on the daily. Alot of the animals need Meds and some cant survive on their own. There is always two sides of a story. Someone always comes to my childrens school and teaches them about the animals and the ones they have rescued.

    • JC

      Agreed Stephanie. Not sure how they are still in business at all.

  5. Stephanie

    Please don’t support SeaWorld.

    • Hollyc

      I would have to say that I work for a local law enforcement agency in San Diego. We get calls several times a day regarding sea animals that are sick or injured. Or even worse moved from the sea and out into a pool in someone’s back yard. Who goes to help these animals? It’s always seaworld. Always have and probably always will. I have been there for 12 years and they have never turned down a call that came their way.

      This was all done behind the scenes and never really put on the news. If you are going to protest sea world, there’s about 100,000 other companies out there that mistreat animals that you should protest as well.

      • Kate

        EXACTLY! There are always two sides to the story. I worked at Sea World and there are animals always being rehabilitated at the parks and set free when they are well.

  6. shannon

    I went to sea world san antonio a few years ago and I didn’t see anyone smoking or drinking and the animals looked ok? to me. It wasn’t super crowded like disneyworld and we had a good time although I did nearly pass out due to pregnancy and the Texas heat which was embarrassing! lol

    • Jennifer

      I agree. We went to San Antonio a couple months ago and there was no drinking or smoking. Good grief.

  7. Rose

    I Agree someone came to my kids school and teached them things about these animals. I have seen them rescue some as well.

  8. Rose

    I Agree

  9. Rose

    someone came to my kids School and teached my children alot about the animals. I have seen some rescues also

  10. Rose

    How else will they continue to help these Animals if we dont support them.

    • Brinkleye2

      If they lose money and funding then it will force them to either stop the practices that are harming and killing animals or shut down entirely. A shut down would mean transferring animals to other various zoos and aquariums (which they do all the time). Yes, it would be a lot to do in the immediate, but in the long run it would help way more than it would hurt. That’s simply how a boycott works. Sea world must change their policies, and we the potential costumers must make that clear to them.

      Now if someone decides they want to go and have a fun vacation. That’s not terrible or anything, but keep in my where your money is going and what it’s being used for.

      • Jennifer

        And who is going to take over the animal rescue aspect, since you want them to go out of business? And how is that a good thing?

    • JC

      I think yoy have sanctuaries vs. a for profit company mixed up. Profit is always going to be put above the animal’s welfare in a business like that. There are better ways to support wildlife.

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