Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons

Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons

by Laura on July 10, 2014

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons can help you save big at the park.  Whether you are looking for single day tickets, season tickets or Christmas Town discounts you will find all the information you could need right here!  If you scroll down you can see all the posts I have done concerning Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons.

Here are the current discounts for Single Day Tickets:

Save $15 on a Single Day Ticket to Busch Gardens Williamsburg when you shop on-line!

Promo Code: BGWMcDonalds

This coupon is good for up to 6 admissions.  Children two and under are FREE.

This coupon code expires September 1, 2014.

The promotional code can be entered when selecting the number of tickets you would like to purchase. If you look in the top right corner (next to your cart preview) you will see “enter a promo code” to the left. Click on this and you will be prompted to enter the designated code. 

A single day ticket is $72 but so is a Fun Pass!   It allows you unlimited access to Busch Gardens March 16 – September 1 ($15 parking is NOT included)!  So you might want to consider a Fun Pass instead of a Single Day Ticket!

 

Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons

In the months of September and October the park slowly morphs into the wonderful production of Howl-o Scream (they deck the place out for Halloween.)  Then in November and December it turns into the beautiful Christmas Town (where can see some big discounts on tickets).

If you are interested in Season Passes it is incredibly difficult to find coupons. Sometimes previous Season Ticket holders will receive them by e-mail as an incentive to renew for the next season.  But generally all the discounts are for single day tickets.

Be sure to pin this post- I will update it as more codes are available!

For 2014 season here are your Season Ticket options:

Busch Gardens + Water Country USA Platinum, One Year Pass- $204- includes a LONG list of perks

Busch Gardens + Water Country USA 2-Park, One Year Pass- $168- includes unlimited free parking at both parks, in-park discounts on merchandise and food, and Christmas Town Discounts

Busch Gardens 1-Park, One Year$120 -includes unlimited free parking, in-park discounts on merchandise and food, and Christmas Town Discounts

For 2014 here are your Fun Pass options:

Busch Gardens Fun Card- $72- Allows you unlimited access to Busch Gardens March 16 – September 1 ($15 parking is NOT included)

Busch Gardens & Water Country USA 2-Park Fun Card- $97- Allows you unlimited access to Busch Gardens and Water Country USA March 16 – September 1 ($15 parking is NOT included)

Here are all the discount codes, reviews and articles I have written about Busch Gardens:

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg Christmas Town Discounts

November 21 through December 31 Busch Gardens Williamsburg transforms into the beautiful Christmas Town.  It is one of my favorite events of the year.  Not only is it super fun to attend with my family (my niece and nephew love the lights and there are still lots of little kid rides open) but if you go with someone special it can also be terribly romantic.

I personally like going after Christmas Day because I feel like it makes the season last a little bit longer.

We very often see discounts on single day tickets.  I have a special e-mail list of people who are looking for Christmas Town Williamsburg discount codes.   As soon as a new code or offer pops up (and I know about it) I will send out an e-mail to everyone on this list.  Once the holidays are over I will just save the list for next year.  If you would like to be added to the list please click HERE and sign up.

Here are the current prices for Christmas (2014):

A single day ticket is $32 for one visit to Christmas Town.  We should see discounts for these so don’t pay full price!

OR if you are going to visit more than once you can get a Fun Card for $32.

If you are a Season Ticket holder you can buy ONE Christmas Town pass for $25.

There is also a Bounce Ticket for $74- it gives you unlimited admission to Christmas Town and Colonial Williamsburg for up to 3 consecutive days.

Busch Gardens Williamsburg Christmas Town Discounts

As we get closer I will have more details for you!

Busch Gardens Williamsburg Christmas Town Discounts

Christmas Town is a separate ticket not included with a membership or the Waves of Honor program.

 

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg Howl O Scream Coupons

Every Friday through Sunday beginning September 12th through October 26th Busch Gardens Williamsburg transforms from the most beautiful park on earth to the creepiest park on earth!

You have two ticket options:

Single Day Ticket (one day visit to Busch Gardens Williamsburg): $72 (ages 10+) or $62 for (ages 3-9)

Fall Fun Card (Unlimited Admission to Busch Gardens Williamsburg September 6th through October 26th) $72 (ages 3 +)- There are almost NEVER coupons for these.

Busch Gardens Williamsburg Howl O Scream Coupons

Here are the current coupon codes for Howl O’ Scream tickets:

Currently there are no codes but I wanted to go ahead and get this post up.  When the first one pops up I will be ready to go!

So click here to start shopping and get your Howl O’ Scream tickets today!

Don’t forget to check out the current Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons!

Here is more information about Howl O’ Scream:

Guests will notice the change almost immediately when they travel through the park’s haunted villages beginning at 6 p.m. A new song was produced this year to coincide with the park’s frightful offering. Playing on the popularity of last year’s addition of Terror-tories™, the park’s scare experts are developing a new area in the park’s New France section called Wendigo Woods™. This new Terror-tory explores the frightful nature of the unknown.

Wendigo Woods joins the park’s four other Terror-tories and six haunted houses comprising the park’s main Howl-O-Scream thrill elements. Other seasonal park offerings include Vampire Vogue™, a new merchandise shop in the Oktoberfest section of the park; dining and spirit options like Pirate Baarrrgh™ in the Italy village and Igor’s Fright Feast™ in Oktoberfest as well as live entertainment inside the park’s performance venues.

As the park’s teams of startle experts finalize details of Wendigo Woods, another production team is putting a new twist on a popular live production that has been silent since 2011. Monster Stomp™ on Ripper Row is a modern rock-and-rhythm spectacular featuring Jack the Ripper in an electrifying percussion, dynamic dance and sensational singing revue in the park’s Globe Theatre.

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Busch Gardens- Season’s Pass Cost Analysis

by Laura on August 21, 2014

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This year has been my first season as a Busch Gardens  Season Ticket Holder instead of just getting a Fun Pass.  I wanted to sit down and try to look at a break down of the expenses of each.

A Busch Gardens One Year Seasons Pass is $120.  It gets you into the park unlimited during the summer and during Howl O’ Scream.  It also gives you FREE parking for those visits.  It gives you 10% off everything you buy in the park.  I also was able to print a ticket for a friend to get in FREE on one of my visits.  And I will get a discount on Christmas Town tickets.  Additionally they have these really cool events like the two listed on the bottom of this post and you can only get into those as a Season Ticket holder.

If I had bought Fun Passes assuming my exact same activities (which it most likely would not have been) here would have been the costs (and some anticipated costs):

Summer Fun Pass $72
Howl O’ Scream Fun Pass $72 (it’s the same price as a single day ticket so I would get the Fun Pass)
Friend’s Free Single Day Ticket $72 (which I NEVER would have done without the season ticket so I really shouldn’t count it)
Parking $15 per visit (I am going to estimate 5 visits) $75
Food Discount over the 5 visits $25
Total Cost: $316

By my estimates I saved over 50% getting the annual pass instead of the “cheaper” fun passes.  So make sure when you consider your passes you weigh all those hidden expenses!

And be sure to check out all the Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons!

Member Ride Night
Aug. 22 | 8 – 10 p.m., Oktoberfest

Stay up late to play at Pass Member Ride Night* in Oktoberfest. Take an evening spin on Verbolten® and dance the night away to the tunes of our fun DJ. Event-only specials will be offered throughout the night. Be sure to check them out.

Member Appreciation Weekend
Sept. 6 & 7 | 9 a.m., Oktoberfest

Thank you for being a part of our Busch Gardens® family. Join us for a weekend that celebrates YOU, our loyal Members.

Be one of the first 1,500 active Annual Pass Members* to Oktoberfest by 9 a.m. on Sat., Sept. 6 for a morning of surprises, exciting prizes and fun.

Also, enjoy an exclusive buffet lunch at noon in the Black Forest Picnic Village on either Saturday or Sunday. Tickets are $12† plus tax (ages 10+) and $9† plus tax (ages 3-9).

*Pass Member Ride Night and Member Appreciation Sept. 6 morning event are open to active Busch Gardens Williamsburg 1-Park, 2-Park and Platinum Pass Members. Children with a Preschool Pass are permitted to stay for the events, as long as they are accompanied by an active, Annual Busch Gardens Pass Member. Events are not available to Fun Card or 2-Park Fun Card holders. To remain in the designated event area, you will be asked to show your Pass. Event dates, times, ride availability and other inclusions are subject to change and/or cancellation.

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It’s been probably 15 years since I have been to a water park.  I had really bad eye sight so as a kid water parks just weren’t fun.  I either spent the day blind as a bat or trying to find dry cloth to clean the ever appearing spots off of my glasses.

Thanks to the wonders of contact lenses water parks are a little bit easier for me now.  So when I had the chance to check out Water Country USA ® with my two year old niece and four year old nephew I jumped at the opportunity.

While the park has many things for older kids to do we found plenty for little kids too.  We started in the Cow-a-Bunga area which was a great first place for two kids who have never been to a water park. The water was all extremely shallow and there were two small slides. One was a short slide where the kids could get used to being in an inner tube.  You can check out this photo of myself and my niece at the end of that one.  I was so worried she was going to go flying out but she held on and laughed the entire time.

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Our next stop was Kritter Korral. This area has fun fountains, splash zones and scaled-down water slides in the shape of their favorite sea creatures.  My nephew was very focused on the whale and the alligator.

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Dine With Elmo and Friends Review

When I was looking through the different meal options available at Busch Gardens I was impressed with the ways to save- there is a deal that gives you lunch and dinner in the park for $24!

But buried under the souvenir glasses and yummy ribs was a gem that caught my eye- Dine With Elmo and Friends.

My niece and nephew are 2 and 4- Elmo and Friends are practically celebrities in their house.  I was so excited to be able to give them a gift that hopefully they would remember forever.

When we arrived at Castle O’Sullivan in Ireland we walked into a bright and festive room.  The nice lady at the podium gave us our table number and my nephew quickly found it in the bright color sign on the table.  As we were getting settled (silverware, napkins and water were already at the table) out came Abby Cadabby!

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Busch Gardens Promo Code

by Laura May 31, 2014 Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons
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Busch Gardens Promo Code

While there are not often promotional codes for the season’s passes at Busch Gardens there are often promo codes for single day tickets.

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Save $15 on a Single Day Ticket to Busch Gardens Williamsburg when you shop on-line!

Promo Code: BGWMcDonalds

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Half Price Busch Gardens Tickets!

by Laura May 29, 2014 Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons
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Half Price Busch Gardens Tickets

I love Busch Gardens in Williamsburg.  And while I think everyone in town should have a Fun Pass so you can go to the park over and over again maybe you are only planning on going one day.

If so we have a KILLER deal for you today.

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg PreSchool Pass

by Laura May 26, 2014 Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons
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The Busch Gardens Williamsburg PreSchool Pass is available again this year!

This pass now offers unlimited admission to both Busch Gardens® Williamsburg and Water Country USA® for kids ages 3 – 5, through Sept. 1, 2014.  A regular children’s one-day pass is $62, so this is a significant savings.

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Concerts At Busch Gardens

by Laura May 23, 2014 Busch Gardens Williamsburg Coupons
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Concerts At Busch Gardens

Inside Busch Gardens Williamsburg is the Royal Palace Theatre where they have their Summer Concert Series.  A few nights a year it turns into an amazing concert venue with some of the top names in entertainment performing!

The best part is that concert admission is included with your ticket- no extra [...]

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