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SeaWorld Orlando follows other parks with ticket-price hike

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SeaWorld Orlando has raised ticket prices for the third time in a year, following price hikes at Central Florida's other major theme parks.

Starting today, a one-day park ticket is $92, an increase of $3. Just 11 months ago, the same ticket cost about $82.

In addition to one-day passes, the price hike also applies to Fun Cards for Florida and Georgia residents who pay for one-day passes and continue visiting for the remainder of the year.

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