SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — SeaWorld San Diego is reintroducing its popular annual SoCal Pass as the park prepares to offer new attractions for guests.
The SoCal Pass, also known as the "Silver Annual Pass," is available for $101.99, or $6.24 a month with a down payment, the park says, and contains hundreds of dollars in benefits. The deal is only good online.
Pass holders can access the park throughout the year and get free parking, two guest tickets for promotional events, discounts on dining and shopping, and do not have to worry about any blackout dates.
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The park announced Wednesday it will also extend free admissions for military veterans through July 15, giving veterans and up to three guests free admission.
SeaWorld's SoCal Pass comes back just as the park introduces its Tidal Twister roller coaster and updated Journey to Atlantis attraction. The park's summertime Sesame Street Party Parade and nighttime Electric Ocean show also look to bring in guests looking for more entertainment in the park.
SeaWorld's offerings will continue into 2020, when the park debuts what it calls the tallest, fastest, and longest dive coaster in California, called "Mako."