SeaWorld Orlando is touting its thrill ride lineup with a promotion on National Roller Coaster Day, which is set for Tuesday. The challenge: Ride all six of the theme park’s coasters to receive a Quick Queue Unlimited pass for a future visit.
After arriving at SeaWorld, participants will pick up commemorative lanyards to keep track of the day’s progress. When all six coasters have been accomplished, visitors must post on social media accounts with the hashtag #CoasterCapital to receive the Quick Queue pass.
SeaWorld Orlando’s coasters include Ice Breaker, which debuted earlier this year; Manta; Mako; Kraken; Journey to Atlantis, a flume ride-roller coaster hybrid; and Super Grover’s Box Car Derby, which is located in Sesame Street Land.
A seventh coaster is currently under construction near the entrance and parking lot for SeaWorld. Its name has not been revealed, but the park has used wave imagery and the hashtag #HighSurfAdvisory in its promotions. It is scheduled to open in 2023.
Quick Queue Unlimited allows visitors front-of-line access to many rides and includes reserved seats at SeaWorld Orlando shows. Its usual price varies by date and ranges between $29.99 and $99.99 atop regular admission.
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The park warns there are a “limited number” of lanyards available, so arriving early in the day is advised. Park hours on Tuesday are 9 a.m.-10 p.m.
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