SeaWorld Orlando offers veterans free entry
ORLANDO, Florida – SeaWorld Orlando offers free entry to veterans and their families.
What you need to know
- SeaWorld Orlando offers free entry to veterans
- Veterans can receive free tickets for themselves and up to three loved ones
- Tickets can be obtained by registering on the Waves of Honor website
- Tickets must be used by June 27th
The deal is available to U.S. military veterans and retirees through the company’s Waves of Honor program.
Veterans can get a free day pass for themselves, as well as tickets for up to three dependents, according to SeaWorld.
Veterans must register online at wellsofhonor.com by May 16 to receive tickets. All tickets must be used by June 27th.
“After a challenging year, it is a real privilege to honor the brave men and women who serve and sacrifice so much for our country,” said Marc Swanson, Interim CEO of SeaWorld, in a statement. “We are honored to continue this long-standing tradition as a small gesture of deep gratitude we owe to all who serve their families and offer them the opportunity to create unforgettable memories.”
SeaWorld also offers US Military and National Guard one free year entry as part of its Waves of Honor program.
In response to the pandemic, SeaWorld has a number of health and safety measures in place in its parks. Measures include face mask requirements, physical distancing, and limited capacity.