by Photo courtesy of SeaWorld via Instagram

SeaWorld San Diego offers "Fun Cards" to teachers and preschool-aged students to provide free unlimited admission throughout the year. 

Cardholders are eligible to enter the theme park through Dec.31, 2022, and for a limited time. All active and certified Southern California and Arizona credentialed school teachers are eligible to apply for a Teacher Fun Card. Qualified applicants will also receive two free single-day tickets valid during specific times for a limited time. Those who wish to apply must verify their identity on SeaWorld's website. 

Children between the ages of 3 and 5 who live in San Diego and Orange Counties are eligible for the Preschool Fun Card to visit all year for free. These cards are limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis, and a maximum of two cards will be granted per family.

The park will verify preschooler-aged visitors before entering the park by either a copy of a birth certificate, travel passport, or other valid ID. Further information on the Preschool Fun Card can be found here.

Families may purchase a maximum of two cards for $20 each if the free cards run out. An accompanied adult must accompany children with separate ticket admission. Both cards will be offered until March 31, 2022, and blackout dates apply for each card.

SeaWorld's general Fun Card is available to purchase for $99 online and can be used for unlimited visits throughout the year.

The park also offers one complimentary visit per year to any active duty US military member and up to three direct dependents through the park's Waves of Honor program.

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