We have made it super easy to cancel SeaWorld subscription
at the root to avoid any and all mediums "SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment Inc." (the developer) uses to bill you.
Now let us get into the crux of this guide.
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A few things to note and do before cancelling:
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To delete SeaWorld from your iPhone, Follow these steps:
The this app App is your must-have in-park companion for your entire experience in Orlando, San Antonio, or San Diego. It’s free and easy to use. GUIDE • Plan your day in the park! • Discover park amenities including animal experiences, shows, rides, events, and dining • View upcoming showtimes so you can plan your next move • Upgrade your in-park experience with a Quick Queue®, All Day Dining Deal or reserved seating for shows • Switch locations when traveling to other parks • View park hours for the day MY VISIT • Turn your phone into your ticket! • Access your Annual Passes and barcodes to use your discount in the park • Access your Pass Member benefits and information • View your purchases and barcodes for easy redemption • Purchase in-park add-ons and upgrades to optimize your day MAPS • Get to the fun faster! • Explore our new interactive maps to see your location and nearby attractions • Find your way in the park with directions to nearby points of interest • Filter points of interest by type, including animal experiences, shows and rides • Locate the closest restroom, including family restrooms • Search the name of an attraction or point of interest to find exactly what you are looking for
By That smart guy
For years this app (along with the nearly identical ones for the other this app-owned parks) was easily the best of any theme park. Then, about a year ago, it was inexplicably thrown out and replaced with a not-very-helpful web wrapper that was mainly focused on buying tickets-- not something you'd be interested in when you're already in the park. While it's still a web wrapper now, this app has made some respectable strides to make that mobile web site a bit more app-like. You can view wait times, a slowly-improving interactive map, info about rides, shows, etc, and for the most part do all the basic stuff that you'd want from a theme park app. It still lacks the cool features it once had like the ability to use your device to make purchases and the feature that remembered where you parked, but I'm hopeful there's some plan to bring that back.
At first I really liked this app because it showed me all the restaurants, rides, and show times. Now that the app changed, the map is awful, you have to click the plus +sign like a thousand times to zoom in. I thought we were in 2017. I will say it was helpful for them to put a little check list to show you where everything is in the map. No hate to Sea world you just need to fix ur app a little bit. 🐠🐳🐋🐬❤️
I love this app, but this app is lazy. It’s incredibly slow and makes pulling out your physical annual pass card quicker than showing your annual pass through this app. Every time you open it you have to login. It doesn’t even start on the login page either. In the bottom left it has a quick menu item that says “Tickets”, so naturally you think, “I’ve logged into this app before, must be where my annual pass barcode would be.” Nope, it’s just so you can buy tickets or passes, which they already have a widget for that on the top middle of the screen that says “Buy Tickets”. The map is pretty bad also. More convenient to just get the physical map from the park. I’d say the only thing I use this for currently is to check showtimes before I go to the park so I can plan my visit. The bizarre thing is I connected my annual passes to my account through this app, but when I login on their website, it shows that I don’t have annual passes. They really need to work on IT all over the place.
Hard to navigate and fails to accomplish the main task I want to use it for - to present my annual pass easily on my phone at the gate. It’s not easy to login, it logs you out, doesn’t keep you coincidently logged in like most functional membership apps would. Every time I’ve been at the gate ready to pull it up, it’s failed and I’ve had to scramble to use screenshots I have on my phone of my passes. The app is VERY slow and often shuffles to the wrong screen during my login attempts. Also the map section doesn’t appear when you try to pull it up. So what’s the point of having the app? The only thing that seems to work fine is if you want to buy tickets or pay extra for reserved seating or to avoid lines. I had so many hopes and expectations for this app but it resulted in only frustration and disappointment. Deleting it now.
We got this for wait times. The app is just a glorified version of their web page. I don’t see the point in this app for us because... 1) It doesn’t always work. It will just show you the page to get QuickQueue. 2) There is no quick link to see the ride wait times. You have to go to the “...” and then it will show as an option. 3) The times aren’t accurate. It shows 5 minutes for Manta but the actual line display (and employee) says its 50 minutes. It hasn’t updated the app even though it’s been 50 minutes since lark open. This could be so much better if they just built an actual app that pulled from web api data points and made sure those data points were accurate.
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