Is the park operating near capacity? Honestly I think holding off openings for the FL/VA parks is more about the parks already being packed and understaffed. If SWSD isn't drawing crowds and has adequate staffing, they may open Emperor. If they're in the same boat as all the other parks they'll probably wait until they need the attendance boost.I saw something floating around the Internet that Seaworld San Diego is going to have a press conference next week. Mild speculation about an opening but who now with these clowns. 3 new rides collecting dust makes no sense.
It sucks we have to wait but I don’t blame them on waiting to open the new rides. For the average guests, the parks opening this year, especially in California, is essentially the new ride. Opening Emperor later will draw guests back again.4 new rides in the chain. IG and Ice Breaker and I forgot about Pantheon in Williamsberg. San Diego only has Emporer. Should have been more clear on that point.
I'm planning on getting the best pass..so you get a free ticket so why not..but honestly would have to see it before paying the money. for like 20ish more you can go to HHN or around the same price is knotts which both events offer sooo much more than this.There's some $40 nights, all in Sept though. I definitely won't pay for the $50 ticket, but for $40, 3 mazes, zones, Eletric Eel & Atlantis, plus some shows? If I plan on being in the San Diego area, count me in. As mentioned, everything sounds SUPER generic, but if they can knock this year out of the park, maybe they can come back strong next year.
thanks for the heads up, I also nabbed the platinum pass. Going to Orlando for Halloween shenanigans and the pass will come in handy for visiting both FL parks!I got sooo dam lucky, Sea World is having a flash sale on Passes and Tickets. So the AP I was going to get is 60 bucks less
The highest pass is easily worth it now and so glad I waited to buy it.