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Does Costco Sell Discount Attraction Tickets?

Darlene

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Locally (SLC) Costco sells discount attraction tickets to Lagoon, Raging Waters, etc..Does Costco in Southern California sell discount tickets to Sea World, Wild Animal park, Six Flags?
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Yes... and if you are in Carlsbad, they have your pick of the lot. We were just there yesterday (staying at the Palisades this week.)
 

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You are right. The only place I saw Sea World was in the City Pass at Costco. That might still work for you or this sight might as well. http://arestravel.com/392_attraction-info_a36.html We just came from that area. Warning Wild Animal park VERY hot. They are open in the evening and if I were to do it again that is when I would go. We were so hot that we were misrable. After the tram ride we looked around a little bit and just wanted to leave.
 

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Sometimes the attractions have better deals on line. AAA offers discounts to all. Sea World has something for residents if purchased on line.
 

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This is what we have decidied to do -
Buy Dual membership to San Diego Zoo/ Wild Animal Park $71 for me /hubby + 2 child memberships $25 each = $121
Sea World use Southwest Rapid Rewards Discount 20% off, so day ticket about $44
We found Six Flag discount tickets on cereal box for $29.00 for a day.
What do you think?
Darlene
 
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Darlene said:
This is what we have decidied to do -
Buy Dual membership to San Diego Zoo/ Wild Animal Park $71 for me /hubby + 2 child memberships $25 each = $121
Sea World use Southwest Rapid Rewards Discount 20% off, so day ticket about $44
We found Six Flag discount tickets on cereal box for $29.00 for a day.
What do you think?
Darlene
That sounds good. Hey, another thing I just thought of is this- do you know anyone who is union. Our union, CSEA, has tickets for the Animal Park= $22 A & $14.50 C, Zoo= $26 A & $16.50 C Sea World= $41.50 A for 2 days & $36.50 C for 2 days. I always forget to use their discounts and they can often be a really good deal. Like for my daughters trip to Marine World with her friends the reg. ticket price is $49.99 and if I would have thought ahead of time the union has them for $28.00 :wall:
 

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You might also look at ebay for discounts. We're going to legoland in Aug and bought coupons on ebay for by an Adult ticket and get a child ticket for free. That was the best discount I found. Also, there were offers for discounts to sea world, animal park, zoo, etc.
 

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If anyone is interested in a 2-for-1 coupon for Legoland, please send me a pm.

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I have not looked at EBAY. I know that some people have sold expired tickets on EBAY for WDW, and not found out until they were at the gate.
We went to Legoland a couple of years after it opened. It seems that the rides are really for kids under 12.
$121 for both the Zoo and the Wild Animal park is a great deal for us. There are 5 in our family, and we could have easily spent that much at each park for tickets. By buying the membership, you also get discounts on stuff in the park/zoo, too.
I did check out the credit union ticket prices. The Sea World prices close to the same, but the Southwest Airlines discount is slightly better at $43.50. I
like that we don't have to buy any tickets ahead of time, since you never know what the weather could be like and then we have greater flexibilty.
Darlene
 
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I found buy one get one free coupons at Wendy's for the Massachusetts Six Flags.
 
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