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Busch Gardens Offering Free Admission To Military Members And Their Families

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JAMES CITY-Now through May 16, Busch Gardens is offering free admission tickets for all U.S. military veterans and their families.

Military veterans and retirees can register for complimentary single-day tickets for themselves and up to three dependents online here before May 16. Tickets must be redeemed by June 27.

As an additional thank you for their service, veterans and active military service members can also purchase up to six additional tickets at 50 percent off. Service members and their direct dependents must have a valid active military ID to participate.

Busch Gardens has been offering free tickets to active duty military members, veterans, and their families through the Waves of Honor Program since 2005.

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