No matter how well you plan out your theme park visit, it’s nearly inevitable that you’ll run out of time to see every exhibit or try out each attraction. But insiders know the best way to extend the fun and leave with no regrets is to book a length-of-stay pass.
Available at most theme parks, these passes are valid for multiple days and offer huge savings over buying several single-day passes. They’re great for travelers who have just one chance to see it all and for locals eager to keep the kids occupied.
One of the best examples we’ve seen is at SeaWorld San Diego, where the “Length of Stay Pass” goes for $73, giving you access to the entire park over seven consecutive days.
Considering a single-day pass goes for $73 as well, this pass saves more than $400 and serves as your insurance that you’ll have plenty of time to explore the entire park.
Even rarer, two-day tickets to LEGOLAND Florida are going for $65 -- $10 less than the price of single-day admission.
And at Universal Orlando, where Wizarding World of Harry Potter alone takes up a full day, four-day park-to-park passes are now $143.99 (regularly $179.99). Single-day passes go for $123, so three additional days of visits cost just $20.99 more.
So, before you purchase, do your research and give yourself plenty of time to explore -- there’s just too much fun to fit into a single day!