We just got a dispatch from Florida, where SeaWorld Orlando confirms it has joined Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando in hiking ticket prices past the $90 mark.
SeaWorld Orlando's single-day admission is now $92 adult, $84 children (ages 3 to 9), plus tax.
Busch Gardens Tampa has also raised prices, but it still shy of the $90 threshhold: $89 adult, $81 children aged 3 to 9.
The park management reminds us, though, that guests can get $10 off those prices if they purchase tickets in advance, including online.
That is is not something that Disney World offers. SeaWorld also allows visitors to come back all year for unlimited visits using its "Fun Card," which is the same price as a one-day ticket at the gate.
I would also like to point out that SeaWorld and Universal also participate in something called the Orlando FlexTicket, which discounts the price if you buy unlimited park admission to the five parks (two at Universal, SeaWorld and its water slide park Aquatica, and Wet 'n' Wild water slide park) as a package.