SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Active-duty military, veterans and their families can enjoy free admission to SeaWorld San Diego through the end of 2017, the park announced Thursday.
The offer is good for one person with military identification and up to three additional guests, for one visit in 2017.
"The service and sacrifice our veterans have given our country is something that should make us all proud," said Marilyn Hannes, SeaWorld's park president. "At SeaWorld, we appreciate all they have done and we are again extending our appreciation by offering them free admission to the park. We hope they can spend a great day with us at the park with their families and friends."
Tickets must be obtained by Sept. 30 and can be redeemed for park admission through Dec. 30, 2017.
Veterans must register online at the Waves of Honor website in advance.
SeaWorld said it has had more than two and a half million free military visitors since it started the complimentary ticket program in 2003.