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Military Discounts to Busch Gardens

buschgardenswilliamsburg For the first time, Busch Gardens, Williamsburg VA is offering military men and women the chance to “pay for a day and play all summer long” at the world’s most beautiful theme park. Military Fun Cards are now available for purchase at local MWR/ITT bases.

Until now, only members of the military with permanent addresses in Virginia could purchase the Fun Card. The new Military Fun Card is available to both Virginia and non-Virginia residents. All active duty, dependents, retirees and military_logos reservists with valid military ID are eligible. Military can purchase a Fun Card for $59.95 through April 26 at participating Virginia and North Carolina MWR/ITT bases. The Military Fun Card is only available at MWR/ITT bases, and will not be available at Busch Gardens’ front gate ticket windows. The Military Fun Card is valid for unlimited admission to Busch Gardens through Sept. 7. The park also sells discounted military annual passes. 

For all the latest information, visit www.buschgardens.com/va.

 griffonbuschgardens In addition to the discounted passes above Any active duty, active reserve, ready reserve service member or National Guardsman is entitled to free admission under the Here’s to the Heroes Program. The program provides a single day’s free admission to any one Busch Gardens or SeaWorld park, Water Country USA, Sesame Place or Adventure Island for the service member and as many as three of his or her direct dependents. The program is sponsored by Budweiser, the flagship beer of Anheuser-Busch InBev.You only need register, either online at www.herosalute.com or in the entrance plaza of a participating park, and show a Department of Defense photo ID. Also included in the offer are members of foreign military forces serving in the coalitions in Iraq or Afghanistan or attached to American units in the U.S. for training.

Inactive, standby and retired reserve members, military retirees, U.S. Merchant Marine and civilian Department of Defense workers are ineligible for the program. The program does not include Discovery Cove or SeaWorld’s new waterpark, Aquatica.

More info on Here’s To The Hero One Day Busch Gardens Williamsburg Passes Here

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4 Responses

  1. hw does the pass work with our family members such as spouce and kids. thanks for any info. you can provide me with.

  2. do you get a free pass for one day if you have a navy reetirement card or what kind of discount do yo get

  3. No free day pass for retired military,but we’re gonna give all foreign active military a free day pass.
    You can keep Bush Gardens.

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