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SeaWorld Says Thank You to Florida First Responders with a Free Ticket

August 3, 2016
by Jamie Cattanach
Contributor

Want to get up close and personal with sea life? Have a kid or two who’d love to meet Nemo and the gang?

If you’re a first responder and a Florida resident, you can snag an introduction to Dory without paying a dime.

SeaWorld Orlando is honoring Florida first responders’ service and sacrifice by offering a free single-day ticket this month.

And since it’s way more fun with friends and family, you can get up to four guest tickets discounted to just $49.50 — a pretty decent deal, since they usually start at $69.

Free Tickets to SeaWorld Orlando for Florida First Responders

SeaWorld’s deal extends to current and former law enforcement officers, fire rescue first responders, emergency medical technicians and 911 operators.

Although the registered first responder must be a Florida resident, her guests need not be residents to use the discounted tickets.

Both complimentary first responder tickets and any discounted guest tickets must be purchased by Aug. 30, but they can be used through Sept. 30.

Law enforcement, fire rescue and EMTs can register online here, but 911 operators must present valid identification in person at the park in Zone B.

Thanks for working hard to keep our community safe, first responders! Now go have some fun — even if it gets a little wet.

Your Turn: Will you take advantage of this free ticket to SeaWorld, Orlando?

Jamie Cattanach is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. Her writing has also been featured at The Write Life, Word Riot, Nashville Review and elsewhere. Find @JamieCattanach on Twitter to wave hello.

by Jamie Cattanach
Contributor for The Penny Hoarder

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