This was posted 5 years 7 months 9 days ago, and might be an out-dated deal.

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VIP Magic Pass Buy 3 Get 1 Free (Movie World, Sea World, Wet n Wild)

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"The Buy 3 Get 1 Free offer is back until 31 August.

That means you can buy 3 Gold VIP Magic Passes, and get 1 FREE, and visit Warner Bros. Movie World, Sea World and Wet’n’Wild Gold Coast as many times as you like until 30 June 2015."

$299.97 - 4 Standard VIP Passes for unlimited entry until 30 June 2015

$359.97 - 4 VIP Gold Passes for unlimited entry until 30 June 2015 + 1 Entry (per pass) to both White Christmas and Fright Nights

$539.97 - 4 VIP Platinum Passes for unlimited entry until 30 June 2015 + Silver Wet n Wild Sydney Season Pass + 1 Entry (per pass) to both White Christmas and Fright Nights

The renewal offer is also back/online. $99.99 for one or $299.97 for 4 - This is a VIP Gold Pass regardless of if your previous pass was just "VIP" - note the system does verify your old pass numbers.

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  • -2 votes

    Probably a good deal but after watching Black Fish, I will personaly never go to Sea World again.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_gk1sVAyhU

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      The Gold Coast Australia Seaworld doesn't have anything to do with the 80's Orlando Seaworld which was the basis for the Black Fish film. It has rescued quite a lot of animals and done a lot of good for marine life.

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        I am aware of this however point being, Blackfish shows the sometimes devastating consequences of keeping such intelligent and sentient creatures in captivity.

        "80's Orlando Seaworld" …….. I think NOT…………..was only three years ago Tilikum killed 1 of 3 trainers, and is still kept in a fish bowl at sea world today.

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          80's Orlando Seaworld bought a killer whale. You can't buy killer whales in Australia and they are not kept in captivity in Australia.

          I honestly don't think there is any real moral dilemma with the theme park animals in QLD. The animals at australia zoo, dreamworld and sea world "could" possibly be happier in the wild, but they all seem to be well looked after and well resourced. If they could speak, they might prefer the health and safety perks of captivity to the risks of being clubbed to death or dying a slow painful death tangled in plastic rubbish.

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          @mullsie: 80's Orlando Seaworld bought a killer whale. You can't buy killer whales in Australia and they are not kept in captivity in Australia. ………………. as previously advised I know this….but stop refering to Orlando Seaworld as only what happened in the 80's, to this very day, they are still held in a fish bowl.

          they might prefer the health and safety perks of captivity to the risks of being clubbed to death or dying a slow painful death tangled in plastic rubbish. ………………… wow, captivity versus a plastic bag.

          SeaWorld on the Gold Coast could be next on animal activists' hit-list if a US court battle to have whales protected under human anti-slavery laws succeeds.

          Sea world Aust maybe Effected in short time: PETA Australia campaign manager Ashley Fruno said the Gold Coast's SeaWorld does not have whales in captivity, but does have dolphins and other animals "imprisoned" and suffering "the same deprivation as San Diego's orcas

          Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/environment/whale-watch/seaworld--impr...

          We will agree to disagree, but REGARDLESS of the particular species "devastating consequences of keeping such intelligent and sentient creatures in captivity"

        • -1 vote

          Blah blah blah.
          Sea world won't miss you.
          And I'll buy some passes now to make up the ones you won't buy.
          Swam with the dolphins last year and will again soon.

  • +1 vote

    All these cheap and plentiful passes - holders will be packed in like sardines.
    Marketed like printers - it's all about consumables to a captive audience.
    Anyone care to list the menu prices ?

    I still prefer Dreamworld/White Water World - but mums the word.

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    sorry but all passes are cheaper via https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/157995 :)

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