Seaworld, Busch Gardens, Aquatica Going Cashless This Month
News - Parks 26-Aug-2023
Seaworld-owned theme parks including Seaworld, Busch Gardens, and Aquatica are going cashless starting August 30th, 2023. In an email sent out customers overnight, the company announced that they are no longer going to be accepting cash across the parks. If you do bring cash, you can exchange it for a pre-paid card at locations scattered around the parks. It's unclear at this time if this is something Walt Disney World or other Orlando theme parks are planning.
Starting Aug. 30, 2023, SeaWorld and Aquatica Orlando will only be accepting card and mobile payments at all locations including restaurants, retail stores, games, ticket windows, and parking toll booths. Only have cash? You can convert it to a Visa prepaid debit card at one of the multiple Cash-to-Card kiosks located throughout the park at no charge.
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