How do I get the SeaWorld Orlando Teacher Appreciation Pass?

Step 1:  Go to the SeaWorld Teacher Study Pass page and click the green "Teacher ID" button.

 

Step 2:  Enter the e-mail address and password associated with your verified ID.me account.  If you don't have an account, you can create one by clicking the "Not a member?  Join now" link, above the login boxes.

 

Step 3:  Verify your Teacher affiliation.  Fill out the requested fields and click "Verify Now".

Note: Only active and certified K-12 Florida grade school teachers who hold a valid Department of Education (DOE) number are eligible for the offer.  Visit the Florida Department of Education website to find your number.

Step 4:  Click "Authorize".

 

Step 5: Select the ticket quantities that you'd like, click "Add to Cart", and then click the yellow "Continue" button.

Note:  You must click each "Add to Cart" button individually.

 

Step 6:  Enter the e-mail address that you'd like the tickets delivered to.

 

Step 7:  Create a SeaWorld account (this will allow you to get to your tickets in the event that you lose the original e-mail that was sent to you or if you do not receive the email with your tickets).  Enter a password and fill out the fields in the "Billing Address" section. 

 

Step 8:  Review your order and then click "Continue".

 

Step 9:  Enter all the required fields on the "Who's Going" page and then click "Continue"

 

Once you confirm your order, your order is complete and an order confirmation will be e-mailed to the address you entered in Step 7.  You can go ahead and print the tickets now by clicking the "Save/Print tickets" link. You also have the option of doing this later by clicking the link in the order confirmation e-mail.

Note:  All SeaWorld parks are mobile-enabled and can scan the tickets from your smartphone or mobile device.  The Guest Services Representative at the park can look up your order and print your tickets for you, but you'll need the order confirmation number printed in the e-mail and in the aforementioned page.

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