Busch Gardens sells only one-day admissions, but adults can get a discount if they purchase their tickets seven days in advance on the Internet. The following prices include tax. The discounted price is given in parentheses.
One Day Admission:
Adults: $85.59 (74.89)
Children (3 to 9): $77.03 ($66.33)
Children under age 3 are admitted free.
(One day each at Busch Gardens and SeaWorld)
Adults: $133.43 ($122.75)
Children: $124.89 (114.21)
Two-Day Two-Park Ticket:
(One day each at Busch Gardens and Adventure Island)
Adults: $130.97 ($101.16)
Children: $122.45 ($92.64)
Information on “Length of Stay” tickets, which combine two or more parks; the Orlando FlexTicket, which includes five or six parks; and “Passports” (annual passes), which also offer access to multiple parks, will be found in Chapter One.
Just like SeaWorld, Busch Gardens offers an express entry option for roller coaster fans unwilling to wait in line. For $19 to $32 (prices vary seasonally) you can cut the line once at each of the park's coasters and water rides, plus Rhino Rally. An extra $13 to $17 upgrades you to "Quick Queue Unlimited," which allows (you guessed it) unlimited trips on the rides of your choice. Busch Gardens has many more thrill rides than SeaWorld, making its version of Quick Queue more useful (and more expensive). On a peak attendance day, you may find the cost worthwhile to bypass the epic Cheetah Hunt line alone.
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