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Six Flags parks have better service than SeaWorld

Discussion in 'Sea World Orlando' started by Tom Morrow, May 30, 2017.

  1. raven

    raven Well-Known Member

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    I don't know where you are gathering this information from. Maybe just your personal experience? Could it be that you went to their parks with an extremely high expectation and already had it in your mind that you weren't going to enjoy yourself?

    I've been to MANY Six Flags parks and can say they are no comparison to Busch or Sea World. Both of those parks offer so much outside of their rides and shows. They are Animal based and Six Flags is Ride based. So comparing them to Six Flags makes no sense.
     
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  2. Tom Morrow

    Tom Morrow Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    I'm only comparing the guest service aspect. In all other areas, the SeaWorld and Busch parks are definitely superior. But smaller changes like improving guest service could be made to put SeaWorld on the same tier of theme park as WDW and UOR.
     
  3. UCF

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    I mean, if we're comparing SeaWorld to Six Flags, SeaWorld Orlando is the top park in the US that isn't owned by Disney/Universal... the top Six Flags park, even with Seaworld's drop in visitors has over a million more people a year visiting it. Along with Busch Gardens. Seaworld has very real issues obviously, but they just are still a top 10 theme park in the US, something no Six Flags park can say.

    I'd say its apparent that the biggest thing seperating Sea World from the class that Universal and Disney are is a lack of resorts. The fact they haven't built any with all the others building them is astonishing.
     
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  4. Tom Morrow

    Tom Morrow Well-Known Member Original Poster

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    It does have the benefit of being open year round and being in Orlando, though. Almost no Six Flags parks are open every day of the year.
     

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