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One day at Sea World during Disney trip?

Discussion in 'Sea World Orlando' started by JohnD, Apr 28, 2016.

  1. JohnD

    JohnD Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    I still have plenty of time. I would be going on check-out day (November 4) as I'm attending homecoming activities in DeLand November 4 - 6. So, I would either spend the day in MK or the day at Sea World before driving up to DeLand on the parking lot that is I-4.
     
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    JohnD Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    If you're staying at Uni after Disney, then you wouldn't have far to go for Sea World.
     
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    JohnD Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Don't dispute that at all. Just haven't been to Sea World in a long time and it's the kind of park that can be done in a day. Unlike Uni where I would need to devote more time.
     
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    JohnD Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    So, you can purchase tickets for online for $25 less than the regular price for $74.99 ($99.99 - $25 = $74.99). Then purchasing the Advanced Queue feature for $19 (most days) is almost like purchasing the ticket for the regular price with advanced queue thrown in free.
     
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    Crazydisneyfanluke Well-Known Member

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    You dont need the advanced queue. Only if its is a major holiday or weeks around christmas.
     
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    JohnD Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    Even better!
     
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    We are planning to go either the first or second week in June. Do you think we would need it then?
     
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    Crazydisneyfanluke Well-Known Member

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    Nope. Only if you dont plan on waiting in a 10-45min line.
    Also, if you plan it well. Go to a ride as a show is starting in that area. DO NOT go to a ride after a show has ended close by. Majority of those people will go to that ride.
    Example: One Ocean just finished, Wild Arctic (usually a walk on) will have a 10-20min wait.
    The only exception would maybe be Mako (Just opened)
     
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    Thanks!
     

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