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15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego

SeaWorld San Diego is one of the premier attractions in San Diego and a must-do for any visit to Southern California. The marine park offers incredible views of sea life and other animals through up-close and even hands-on encounters, shows and exhibits. Alongside the animals, there are some incredible attractions that can make it hard to decide what to do first. With a little planning and these SeaWorld San Diego tips, you can maximize your time and have a splashin' good time!

Our Top SeaWorld San Diego Tips to Maximize Your Time

1. Buy your tickets in advance and bring payment cards.

You will save money and time if you purchase your tickets in advance, since you can find great discounts and you won't have to stand in line and pay high gate prices. You can purchase a pass, Fun Card or a discount ticket from Undercover Tourist. We even sell two-park tickets to SeaWorld and Sesame Place!

15 Tips to Maximize Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego - Dolphin lookin at people at Dolphin Reef

Be sure to bring credit, debit or gift cards. SeaWorld San Diego is now cashless! The park accepts mobile payments. If you froget alternate payment options or only have cash, you can convert cash to a Visa prepaid debit card for no extra cost at kiosks throughout the park.

2. Pick the best times to visit. 

The summer months and days around major holidays are when SeaWorld San Diego is busiest. Basically, whenever kids are out of school, you can expect major crowds. But this is also when SeaWorld San Diego's hours of operation are the longest. You'll find more shows and more showtimes, so you have to decide whether you want to visit with fewer crowds or fewer shows. A weekend in January is uncrowded, but you'll find fewer show times as well. There are a number of fun SeaWorld San Diego events and holiday celebrations that may make it extra fun to visit at certain times. Many of the events take place on weekends. There are lots of family-fun events and new events heading our way! Coming soon in 2023, tadpoles can enjoy the Rescue Jr. splash pad and climbing area. Bigger frogs can get their thrills on the new Arctic Rescue launch roller coaster.

3. Consider purchasing Quick Queue and Quick Queue Premier if you are visiting during the busiest times. 

15 Tips to Maximize Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego - Manta Ride

Quick Queue is the easiest way to maximize your time at SeaWorld San Diego. With a new ride — Emperor — you can use Quick Queue skip the lines and save time for more animal fun. The offerings recently changed for Quick Queue:

  • Quick Queue Unlimited allows you unlimited single-day access to the express entrances at Electric Eel, Shipwreck Rapids, Manta and Emperor.
  • Quick Queue Premier includes reserved seating at most SeaWorld shows, including Orca Encounter, Dolphin Adventures and Sea Lion & Otter Spotlight, PLUS the Regular Quick Queue Unlimited rides.
  • Year-Round Quick Queue Premier is for you local frogs and tadpoles. You can get skip-the-line and reserved seating all year long.
  • SeaWorld San Diego reserved seating in the SeaWorld San Diego app. If shows are more important to you than rides, purchase just the shows in the SeaWorld San Diego app to save money. Just tap on the show in the schedule to purchase.
  • Quick Queue Junior is for the tadpole-friendly rides including Octarock, Sea Dragon Drop, Aqua Scout, Tentacle Twirl and Riptide Rescue. Once Rescue Jr. opens, those ride may be included as well.

You may purchase Quick Queue online in advance or through the SeaWorld San Diego app. It does sell out on busy days. Prices vary by day, and pass members can log in to save money. At times, you may be able to purchase smaller or seasonal select shows individually.

4. Eat breakfast before you get to the park.

You'll save time and money if you fuel up before you head to the park. While there are great dining options at SeaWorld San Diego, we think your money is better saved for lunch. When your tadpoles enter the park, they will want to visit the animals and are not going to want to wait in long food lines or take time to sit and eat. Plus you'll encounter low crowds in the morning, so you'll want to take advantage of the less-crowded times.

5. Arrive ahead of park opening. 

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Kids look at sea turtle

That old saying, "the early frog gets the fly" is especially true at SeaWorld San Diego. We're not sure if it's just San Diego's laid-back vibes, but the crowds really start building around lunchtime. Therefore, arriving just before park opening gives you plenty of touring time. We like to get a jump on the rides, animal encounters and exhibits at this time. Personally, we like to tour the park counterclockwise, visiting Emperor, Journey to Atlantis, Wild Arctic and the penguin exhibits first since they are closer to the park entrance and then head to the other side of the park.

If rides are important to you, the shortest lines of the day are in the morning. So hit a few rides before you visit the animals.

6. Prepare for the water rides and Soak Zones. 

Bring along inexpensive ponchos so that you can ride the water rides without getting drenched (unless you want to get wet). This is especially hopful if you decide to ride Shipwreck Rapids first thing! You can decide when you get to the shows whether you want to sit in the splash zone or stay dry. Know that you're also liable to get a good soaking on Journey to Atlantis!

15 Tips to Maximize Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego - People getting splashed in Soak Zone

Our tadpoles love to sit close to the front of shows and enjoy getting wet, as many frogs do. Mommy Frog? Not so much. The compromise is to wear a poncho or to sit toward the back of the Soak Zone rows.

7. Bring your own water. 

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Water Refill station

Water bottles and baby food/formula are technically the only food and drink items that SeaWorld San Diego allows you to bring into the park. There are exceptions for people with special dietary needs, such as allergies. Coolers, straws and glass containers are prohibited within the park, although guests are welcome to leave those in cars and use the picnic areas near the park entrance plaza. We have brought small snacks for the tadpoles in many times without a problem. You can find fill stations around the park (as well as a charging station near the Sea Lions if your phone is running low on power).

8. Eat lunch at off-peak times. 

15 Tips to Maximize Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego - Family Eating Lunch

Especially during the busiest times of the year, you will maximize your time at SeaWorld San Diego if you eat lunch earlier or later than the standard lunch hour.

9. Visit Rescue Jr. with tadpoles before shows to get the wiggles out.

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Guests Ride Elmo's Flying Fish

The Sesame Street Bay of Play has closed and is being transformed to Rescue Jr. in spring 2023. This play and climbing area is full of pint-sized rides that are perfect for toddlers and young children. Lines don't get as long for these attractions as they do for the bigger rides, but you'll find the shortest lines at the beginning and end of the day. Children must be 42 inches tall to ride by themselves.

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Kids in Air Bounce

There is a splash pad if your tadpoles need to cool off and plenty of opportunities to run, crawl and jump around the net climb, air bounce or toddler play area to get the wiggles out. After running free, your small children just might be willing to sit still for a show, with a snack and beverage, of course.

10. Travel light to save time and money.

The downside of bringing a bag is that you cannot bring a bag or loose items on thrill rides such as Manta, Emperor or Electric Eel. You can either leave your belongings with a family member who is not riding or rent a locker. The ride lockers have a fee. It's $2 for three hours. You might see if you can get two rides in before you retrieve your belongings to save money. Wearing clothes with a pocket that zips or snaps shut can save you from having to store your stuff.

11. Research height requirements in advance.

You don’t want to get your tadpoles hyped for a ride only to have them turned away because they aren’t tall enough or because you cannot accompany them due to a baby in your arms. Know the height restrictions in advance so you can schedule rides that meet your family’s interests and needs. Some rides require a supervising companion who is at least 14 years old or do not allow a hand-held infant. Infants must be able to walk to ride.

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Kid checks Height requirement

Here are the height requirements for each attraction at SeaWorld San Diego:

  • (New) Tidepool Twist - 42 inches (107 cm) or accompanied by a supervisor. No hand-held infants.
  • Aqua Scout - 36 inches (91 cm) or accompanied by a supervisor.
  • Bayside Skyride - 56 inches (142 cm) or accompanied by a supervisor.
  • Electric Eel - 54 inches (137 cm) or taller.
  • (New) Rescue Riders - 48 inches (122 cm) or accompanied by a supervisor. No hand-held infants.
  • Emperor - 52 inches (132 cm) with a max of 78 inches (198 cm).
  • Journey to Atlantis - 42 inches (107 cm) or taller. Guests between 42 inches (107 cm) and 48 inches (122 cm) in height must be accompanied by a supervisor.
  • Manta - 48 inches (122 cm) or taller.
  • Octarock - 31 inches (79 cm) or taller.
  • (New) Rescue Rafter - 42 inches (107 cm) or accompanied by a supervisor. No hand-held infants.
  • Riptide Rescue - 45 inches (114 cm) or taller. Guests between 45 inches (114 cm) and 50 inches (127 cm) must be accompanied by a supervisor.
  • Sea Dragon Drop - 36 inches (91 cm) or accompanied by a supervisor.
  • Shipwreck Rapids - 42 inches (107 cm) or taller. Guests between 42 inches (107 cm) and 48 inches (122 cm) in height must be accompanied by a supervisor.
  • Skytower - 48 inches (122 cm) or accompanied by a supervisor.
  • Tentacle Twirl - 40 inches (106 cm) or taller.
  • Wild Arctic - 42 inches (107 cm) or taller.

12. Download a park map and the app. 

The SeaWorld park map has gone digital. Download the latest version of the SeaWorld app for the best experience and cool new features. Use the app or your phone's camera to scan the map code in the park. There are also large park maps located throughout the park. The app lists hours for the park, rides, restaurants, character meet and greets and showtimes. You can even use it to get walking directions to your next attraction.

13. Schedule your day around the shows. 

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Dolphins leap out of water

You can do this before you leave home by checking the date on the calendar to see the show schedule a week or so ahead of your visit. Plan to arrive at least 20 minutes ahead of the shows (and even earlier during peak times) to get seats in the best viewing area. We like the back rows of the soak zones, where we can see well but not get wet. In between the shows, we ride the rides and experience the animal encounters. (Tad and Lily both especially love Dolphin Adventures and Sea Lion & Otter Spotlight)

14. Take advantage of festivals and special events.

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Kids play games in a dance partyIf any SeaWorld San Diego special events are taking place during your visit, you can attend them for a nice bonus in addition to all of the regularly scheduled shows and activities. You might encounter dance parties, get freebies or catch a parade.

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Circus Acts during Mardis Gras

Enjoy circus acts and food from New Orleans during Mardis Gras. Then during certain weekends in spring, you can enjoy unique flavors from around the world at the Seven Seas Craft Beer & Food Festival. Each summer night ends with a bang with nightly fireworks! Dress the tadpoles up in costumes and prepare to trick or treat park-wide at Halloween Spooktacular during select weekends in September and October. Come back at night without the kids for the new Howl-O-Scream event. SeaWorld salutes veterans on and around Veterans Day. Then, come Thanksgiving through early January, you can join Rudolph and friends for a Christmas event with games, photo-ops, decorations, lights, festive foods and drinks, live shows and a visit with the big guy himself — Santa!

15. Book a tour or animal interaction program.

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-People pet a penguinThere are a lot of shows, rides and animal interaction opportunities that come included in your park ticket, but if you really want to get up close and personal with some of the animals, you can book toadally special encounters for an additional fee.

15 Tips to Make the Most of Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego-Kids meet a dolphin

These tours are sure to make lasting, hoppy memories for your tadpoles. With close-up encounters, you can meet dolphins, penguins, sloths, beluga whales, pilot whales, walruses, orcas and more! Some of the animals you can meet up close, pet or maybe even feed. We got to pet a penguin on one tour and give a dolphin a command and feed it a fish in another!

15 Tips to Maximize Your Time at SeaWorld San Diego - person feeding sea lion

Check out the new sloth encounter (it's on the backside of the Dolphin amphitheater where the Dolphin Interaction Program takes place). You can even dine with the orcas, but you need to reserve online in advance!

Another fun thing to do is feed the rays or the sea lions. Those sea lions will do anything for the fish. They vocalize, wave fins and some even steal fish being thrown to other sea lions. The entertainment is toadally worth the small cost — and having to wash fish slime off your hands! Bring gloves if you wish to avoid touching fish. There are sinks nearby for hand washing.

Now you are set to maximize your time with these SeaWorld San Diego tips! The only thing better than visiting SeaWorld is getting a great deal on SeaWorld San Diego tickets. Hop over to check out the deals on SeaWorld San Diego tickets from Undercover Tourist, including tickets with all-day dining. If you have a few days to spend in San Diego, you might consider a Go San Diego Multi Attraction Pass, which includes Sea World admission and other major attractions such as the San Diego Zoo and Safari Park, LEGOLAND and many more!

Related: Tips for Taking Toddlers and Children to SeaWorld San Diego

Related: When to Visit San Diego

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May 26, 2022 at 5:57 p.m. Rebecca Says...

Do you know if the new Emperor ride has 1 time express entry tickets available to purchase like they used to have for Manta? There was a kiosk you could buy a ticket at. Thanks

May 16, 2022 at 8:16 p.m. Maria Says...

Hi, we bought our tickets through undercover tourist but want to purchase add-ons. Do we buy those directly through the seaworld website? Do they have to be linked to our tickets? We are adding on reserved seating and two animal encounters. Thanks!

May 18, 2022 at 1:59 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Maria!

We do not offer add-on experiences so you should purchase those directly through the SeaWorld website! They do not have to be linked.

Keep hopping!


Dec 27, 2019 at 7:28 p.m. Vikas Says...

Is Jan 1 a good day to visit, just wondering if it would be overcrowded...

Dec 31, 2019 at 7:53 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Vikas!

We expect New Year's Day will be an 8/10 in terms of crowds. Be sure to arrive early!

Keep hopping!


Nov 11, 2019 at 3:11 p.m. Blueeyes Says...

I am planning on spending one day at the Sea World on November 20, 2019. Could somebody suggest a sequence of events/exhibits to attend? If I reach the Sea World with tickets by 10 AM, which show/exhibit should I see first, what should I do after that, etc. I am an older person and am not into rides. I am simply interested in looking at exhibits at a leisurely pace and watching shows. Thank you.

Aug 13, 2019 at 10:25 a.m. Amanda Says...

Can I bring a water canister or does it have to be an unopened water bottle??

Aug 14, 2019 at 10:56 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Amanda!

You can bring a reusable water bottle into the park, but no glass containers.

Keep hopping!


Jul 31, 2019 at 1:13 a.m. Martha Says...

Hi if I bought a promo ticket with my pass for a friend and it says it expires on 7/31, does this means we can enter the park 7/31 still?


Jul 31, 2019 at 2:12 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Martha!

To us, that verbiage sounds like you'd be good to go today - but we'd call and/or read the fine print to be certain :)

Keep hopping!


Jul 22, 2019 at 9:53 p.m. Michele Says...

Bring baby, is a thermos with warm water allowed in for his bottles?

Jul 23, 2019 at 3:43 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Michele,

Water is just fine!

Keep hopping!


Jun 17, 2019 at 9:21 p.m. Helena Says...

Is it worth to buy 4th of July Fireworks and Cirque Electrique Seating Package or we can view fireworks at any location in the park?

Jun 19, 2019 at 7:09 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Helena,

We have not caught the fireworks show from inside the park, but we have seen it from the surrounding areas. While the package promises an unobstructed view of the show, we are sure there are other great places to catch the show, too. Be sure to ask a Sea World employee for suggestions in the park.

Keep hopping!


May 8, 2019 at 5:29 p.m. Melissa Esmont Says...

If we have turn style ready tickets will we need to show ID?

May 13, 2019 at 2:21 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Melissa!

Yes, a photo ID is required with the ticket.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Apr 19, 2019 at 6:06 a.m. JAGADEESH BOKKA Says...

Do we need to show any photo Id to enter the park

Apr 19, 2019 at 3:19 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi there!

If you purchase your tickets online, have a voucher or have tickets waiting for you at Will Call, you'll need to show identification to collect them.

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Oct 17, 2018 at 8:13 p.m. Yvonne Bishop Says...

Is it worth it to buy the all meal deal?

Oct 17, 2018 at 8:17 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Yvonne!

As long as you will use it, it is a great deal!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Sep 17, 2018 at 10:20 p.m. Jennifer Langan Says...

Is is less busy during the week in the summertime, or is it about the same as a weekend? Want to come the last week of August of next year. Is it still pretty crowded during that time? I know that school is back in session in different parts of the country.

Sep 17, 2018 at 11:52 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Jennifer!

You can check out our Crowd Calendar for a good idea of what to expect in August.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Aug 25, 2018 at 4:18 p.m. Antonio Says...

Can you come and go from the parking area. We want to arrive in the morning, leave for a bit then return later in the day.

Aug 28, 2018 at 7:29 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Antonio!

Yes, you can!

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Aug 22, 2018 at 11:36 p.m. AshleyD Says...

We're planning our first ever trip to the area. It'll be my husband and me, our three sons ages 3, 6, 9, and my husband's parents. We will be hitting SeaWorld San Diego on Saturday and Sunday of Thanksgiving weekend. Will it be crazy busy with huge crowds and ridiculous waits? We plan to be at the park before opening both days, but any other tips for enjoying our trip? Thanks!

Aug 25, 2018 at 2:54 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Ashley!

That sounds like it will be an absolute blast. It will definitely be more crowded than usual with holiday crowds, but don't be scared off. Be sure to arrive early and have a game plan of which rides and experiences are your top priority.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Aug 17, 2018 at 5:43 p.m. Pauline Says...

We have triplets 3 yrs old. Last time 2 strollers were a bit too much w the crowds. Do you allow wagons? It's easier for them us to manage and allows them to nap better.

Aug 25, 2018 at 3:08 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Pauline!

Yes, SeaWorld does allow wagons.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Apr 28, 2018 at 12:49 a.m. Lexy Says...

Can we leave SeaWorld San Antonio to go eat outside and then fo back in to SeaWorld?

May 3, 2018 at 1:13 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Lexy!

Yes, you can! Just keep your parking receipt for re-entry.

Hoppy planning!

Mommy Frog

Apr 9, 2018 at 6:14 a.m. Julie P Says...

What is the easiest way to get from the Cruise port (Princess Cruise) to Sea World? The cruise line no longer offers a Sea World excursion.

Apr 10, 2018 at 3:59 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Julie,

We'd recommend renting a car to get to San Diego from the port.

Keep hopping!


Mar 5, 2018 at 10:24 p.m. Shane king Says...

About how long are the shows? I'm trying to plan out a general itinerary to see as much as possible and knowing how much time to allow for each show would really help

Mar 6, 2018 at 12:07 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Shane!

Shows at SeaWorld run an average of 20 minutes!

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Oct 20, 2017 at 6 p.m. Jenny Says...


Would you recommend the up close parking over general parking for a visit on a Saturday in October? We will most likely be getting to the park about 2 hours after it opens.

It is only a $3 difference so very negligible but since it is so little that makes me wonder if it really matters. Typically the better parking spots at theme parks run at about $10 more.

Thanks in advance :)

Oct 20, 2017 at 2:38 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Jenny,

We find that since we're walking so much that parking closer isn't a big deal. If you have little ones then the premium parking may be worth it.

Keep hopping!


Oct 2, 2017 at 1:54 a.m. G Says...

We are thinking of taking our kids 4 and 6 years old to SeaWorld, Zoo and Lego Land during either the last week in Dec or the 1st week in January. Any recommendations? Do they still have animal shows and swimming with dolphins during that time of the year?

Oct 2, 2017 at 9:47 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi G,

All of those places offer unique experiences for kids that age, especially LEGOLAND. As for SeaWorld, the animal shows and experiences should be running during the holiday season.

Keep hopping!


Aug 29, 2017 at 5:07 p.m. Kandi Says...

Hi, question for you. We are coming the end of September 2017 and we are wanting to visit Sea World and the Zoo. We have Friday, Saturday, and Sunday open to attend those two places. What day do you recommend for us to visit the zoo and Sea World? Appreciate your help! Thanks so much!

Aug 30, 2017 at 8:47 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Kandi,

Looking at our San Diego Crowd Calendar, we're forecasting low to average attendance at those parks throughout much of September. Any day should be fine!

Keep hopping!


Aug 17, 2017 at 11:08 a.m. Maria Says...

If I purchase the three day in advanced tickets today on Thursday can I visit on Saturday?

Aug 17, 2017 at 6:57 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Maria,

Yes. Select the e-ticket option and bring them to the park with you on Saturday.

Keep Hopping!


Feb 19, 2017 at 6:32 a.m. Bsquared Says...

Wondering if the All a day Dining is worth it? How many "meals" can we get?

Feb 19, 2017 at 4:03 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Bsquared,

The All Day Dining allows you one entree, one side and one non-alcoholic beverage once every 60 minutes. If you're staying in the park all day, it may be worth it. Note that it's only at select locations and doesn't include outdoor vending things like soft serve. Check out the details right here.

Keep Hopping!


May 10, 2016 at 2:50 a.m. lorie Says...

I am 53 yrs old ihave not been to seaworls since my 34 yr old son was 6 mo. old and I took my grandchildren on mothers day they as well as I hade the time off our lives everyone one was kind,helpful,and so polite . I could not have ask for a better day it brought back great memories that we created when my grandmother was alive and I just want to take a minute to tell you how wonderful you made our day together for now and until we visit again thank you so much ,sincerely,the Collins /kandalepas family

Apr 28, 2016 at 10:47 p.m. Guy Says...


Planning on coming in October and hear its kids free month. We will be going to the both the zoo and seaworld on sunday and Monday.

Was wondering in waht order would be best. If the queues worked well than maybe seaworld on the busier day ?

Does seaworld offer more things for the above 3-11 get in free age ?

Thank you


May 20, 2016 at 10:45 a.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Guy,

Visit SeaWorld on Sunday in October to take advantage of free trick or treating in the park, which may be offered only on weekends. There is plenty for kids 3-11 at SeaWorld from shows to rides to Halloween events. We visited SeaWorld in October last year and crowds were low. Halloween was low-key but fun. Hey, free candy and wearing a costume is always fun!

Keep hopping!


Feb 20, 2016 at 10:55 a.m. Shay Says...

I am trying to plan a trip with my 11 Yr old daughter from entitle to san diego and go to all the main places like San Diego zoo, seaworld and swim with the dolphins, maybe the water oark, maybe the safari, maybe drive to disneyland. I have never planned a trip on my own and would like any advice on how to do this. Do I go thru a travel agency, or what do I do to find the best flight orice, hotel, car rental, the works. I am a single mom and hope to find the best price and it seems something like this could be bought in a bundle type thing, but I have no clue on where to look for something like this. I want us to get the full experience because this, for us, is probably a once in a life time trip. I want her to have a day at the beach and everything. I was thinking I wanted to stay at the hotel that has the water slides, but then I thought maybe money should be spent on other things and we should put hitel at the bottom of the list because maybe we should plan on having all our fun out side of the hotel and only use the hotel for sleep time. So maybe we could save money on not care g too much about the hotel we stay in and spend our money on the fun places to go to.

Feb 24, 2016 at 6:23 p.m. FrogBlog Says...

Hi Shay,

Sounds like it's going to be fun. You could use an agency, but you don't always get the best price by doing this. We have found it's often better to do a little research. If you buy park tickets from us, you are then entitled to up 50% savings on car rental.

Here is a link to our San Diego tickets:

Here is a link to our San Diego planning guide:

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