SeaWorld Orlando offering 2024 Free Teacher Card. Here is how to register

Teachers must pre-register online with

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ORLANDO, Fla. – SeaWorld Orlando is once again offering free admission to Florida certified teachers for the next year.

“Today’s teachers play a crucial role in helping students learn about and appreciate the natural world and understand their role in creating healthy and sustainable animal habitats. As a way to help continue this mission, SeaWorld Orlando is offering free admission for Florida certified K-12 teachers to amplify their educational efforts,” the park said in a media release.

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Teachers can pre-register online using the website to receive the SeaWorld Florida Teacher Card eVoucher.

To take advantage of the offer, teachers will need to select the Teacher ID button in the top-right, select “Sign up” and then enter an e-mail address (personal e-mail address recommended) and a password. requires a Department of Education (DOE) number to audit eligibility for the program.

Eligible private school teachers can also provide a letter from the principal on school letterhead confirming employment as a K-12 teacher along with a Florida photo ID and most recent (30 days) paystub to SeaWorld front gate entrance.

The Teacher Card provides Florida teachers with unlimited admission to SeaWorld Orlando through Sept. 5, 2024. New for this year, Florida Teacher Card holders have the option to add Aquatica Orlando to their Teacher Card for $45.

For a limited time, Teachers with a Florida Teacher Card can purchase up to two guest tickets to SeaWorld Orlando till Oct. 6.

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About the Author:

Landon joined News 6 in 2017. He grew up in Southern Illinois and graduated from Southern Illinois University with a bachelors degree in TV and digital media. When he is not at work you can catch him at one of Orlando's theme parks or the beach. Before working at News 6 he worked for stations in Miami and Fort Myers.