While the Halloween events might have guests anticipating the frights, there are some tasty reasons to make a visit to several theme parks this August. Could free theme park food entice a visit this month?
From annual passsholders to vacationers, theme parks draw all types of crowds. As the roller coasters entice with thrills, tempting treats help to satisfy that hunger. For some guests, food is the most memorable part of the experience.
Recently, SeaWorld and Busch Gardens announced that it would offer its guests free theme park food during August. The special treat might not be a feast, but the idea of a little extra makes a visit sweeter. Guests feel valued. When spending hard earned dollars matters, any little freebie can make a difference.
Here are some free theme park food offers in August.
SeaWorld San Antonio
While the Steel Eel Roller Coaster entices thrill seekers, all those screams could create a scratchy throat. Luckily, each guest can get one free Dippin’ Dots per visit. The frozen dessert in its various fun flavors is tasty and fun to eat. On a hot day, it is quite refreshing.
While the Craft Beer Festival and Electric Ocean dazzle, another treat is being served to guests. One free ice cream can be enjoyed during the day. Before the haunting begins at Howl-O-Scream, it is worth getting another dessert this summer.
SeaWorld San Diego
Continuing the free dessert theme, SeaWorld San Diego is serving a free ice cream per guest. Check with the theme park for where to redeem this free offer.
Busch Gardens Williamsburg
All those roller coasters can make people hungry. Luckily, Busch Gardens is offering $1 hot dogs through the end of the month. Sometimes a hot dog can be the snack that keeps the energy levels up for another ride.
Busch Gardens Tampa Bay
It might not be a brat from the seasonal beer festival, but $1 hot dogs are available. Sometimes a hot dog and a beer is the perfect way to end the day.
These theme park food offers are available through August 31. Ready to have a little extra funds to buy that souvenir?