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Angelina wrote a review Dec 2020
San Antonio, Texas1 contribution1 helpful vote
Seaworld itself is fine but if you get an annual pass they charge you monthly after the year and don't tell you and make it incredibly difficult to cancel while you think you no longer have a pass and don't go while they keep charging you monthly
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Date of experience: September 2020
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bmaryme wrote a review Nov 2020
Yucca Valley, California6 contributions1 helpful vote
SeaWorld is doing their best to accommodate us as safely as possible, entry was quick and easy. We went the day after thanksgiving. Had a great time shows, and staff were great. The park is half closed due to safety concerns etc. will go back when it all the way open. Most parks are doing food and holiday menus. While SeaWorld says it does and has pictures wonderful looking food. That is false!! Do not eat there I was unhappy they even tried to pass that slop off. Eat popcorn and churros, shop, see shows but if you want good food? Go to Downtown Disney or knotts Berry farm I paid $50 for 3 people and it was so bad. Looked like they dropped it. Even chicken tenders were awful. Birds wouldn’t eat it.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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CMPOOLSHARK wrote a review Nov 2020
COSTA MESA162 contributions19 helpful votes
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Largely due to Corona Virus 19, the SeaWorld made a honest effort to comply with limited crowds safe distancing in the show arenas and lines. Three shows but nearly half of the exhibits, most of the concession stands, and all the rides were closed yet they offered no price reduction on the entrance fee. To make the trip more pleasurable, we ate at their Calypso Bay Smokehouse which advertises "Feast on delectable BBQ favorites like smoked chicken, ribs, brisket, mac & cheese and more". The food was pricy which is okay if the faire is great. But it was not. I had some potato salad which was pretty good, and an order of short ribs which I found to be a small portion (4 small ribs) that were gristle, fat and room temperature at best. The flavor was strictly reliant on the sauce which was okay. The chicken my wife had was much the same story. Bland and room temperature. Just to be fair I asked sever guests around us their opinion. Some were reluctant to respond. Not one positive response after asking at 8 tables. Most responded that they found the food to be bland, not hot enough and overpriced. An 8-year-old even stated that the mac and cheese was "yucky". I'll leave you with a few pictures.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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sweets wrote a review Nov 2020
Dallas, Texas281 contributions39 helpful votes
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Especially with corona right now, it’s always good to check time availability and give yourself time for waiting in regards to when you leave, get there, park closes, etc. Also should ask what is and isn’t open (like exhibits, food/play stuff) obviously most of the indoor parts are probably closed atm, but some places have them open, just very restricted on how many ppl go in and whatnot). Some businesses also will state on their sites whether certain things are open and if their hours have changed. Anywho... All the seaworld, yet my favorite part was the touch ponds where the cleaner fish were 😂 Went later in the afternoon, so missed out on the penguins, some of the shows and part of the park closes an hour before the park actually closes (was at 6 when we went) so if you want to see something particular, make sure you check the times! Did catch the whale and dolphin show. I’m sure there were otters somewhere, but we never came across them. There are no map boards, just the square thing to scan to pull it up digitally, so make sure you have internet connection if you want to use that.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Mohammad Qutishat wrote a review Nov 2020
Amman, Jordan1 841 contributions170 helpful votes
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SeaWorld SD is the most amazing attraction I have ever visited, it is completely amazing, you must visit it if you are ever in San Diego. Make sure to plan the day around showtimes and make sure to visit all exhibits and shows, do not miss anything, each and every one of them is just amazing, and plan to spend the entire day to be able to see it all. It is fun to be in the splash zone so make sure to take a raincoat. Just like any other park, the food and drinks prices are more expensive than the normal outside prices, so take enough water and snacks for the day.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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