SeaWorld admission is $5 through December for children

Children 12 and under can get into SeaWorld’s three theme parks, including San Diego, for $5 with each full-price, single-day adult admission purchased online, now through Dec. 31, it was announced Monday.

Through the “SeaWorld Cares” promotion, the money collected from each child’s ticket will go to fund nonprofit organizations that are working on wildlife conservation projects, according to SeaWorld. Families can also choose which wildlife conservation effort the money will go to.

“This offer makes it easy for families and friends to reconnect during a vacation, a getaway or even just a day trip to SeaWorld,” said Andy Fichthorn, the park’s president.

The deal, which is available at www.SeaWorldCares.com, is good at SeaWorld locations in San Diego, Orlando and San Antonio.

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