Free Admission to Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks – Salute to Heroes

Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks offers military members a great deal with their Salute to Heroes program. Throughout this year, military members can receive a free park ticket to an Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks, including Sea World, Busch Gardens, Sesame Place, Sea World, and Water Country USA.

Free Admission to Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks for military members

Anheuser Busch Heres to the Heroes

Free Amusement Park Tickets for Military Members

Here are the key details for free tickets:

The Here’s to the Heroes program offers complimentary admission for active duty military representing all five service branches, active members of a reserve or National Guard unit, and/or up to three direct dependents.

Valid for one complimentary single-day admission per person, per year, to one of the following Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks:

  • Adventure Island
  • Busch Gardens (Tampa Bay or Williamsburg),
  • SeaWorld (Orlando, San Diego, or San Antonio)
  • Sesame Place
  • Water Country USA.

Offer good through 12/31/2012. Not valid at Discovery Cove and Aquatica or Christmas Town at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, Va.  Operating days and hours vary by park. Please check with specific park for current operating schedule.





How to get your free tickets to Anheuser-Busch Adventure Parks

You will need to visit the official Salute to Heroes website and fill out the ticket application. You will need to fill out the application and send it in, or you can fill out a registration form at Guest Relations at the park.

Have a great time!




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Date published: November 8, 2011. Last updated: October 28, 2012.

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Comments

  1. This is not a new porgram. Anheuser-Busch has been doing this for YEARS.

  2. what burns my a** is that Anheuser-Busch states on the website heres to our heros proud to serve those who serve accept us veterans must be active duty what we don’t count or just forgotten ?

  3. kerry former hm2, usn says:

    Yes, if you have retired you no longer qualify for this perk. Any your family can stay home and not spend the $100 on food for the day either. It was nice while active duty…I emailed them about it last year.

  4. Trevor former USMC Sgt says:

    I also find it a bit rude that Anheuser-Busch has decided to leave out the Veterans. The people that have served their country. Even if they just open the parks for the Veterans on Veteran’s Day that would be a nice gesture. You can keep the rest of the year open to the military members that are still active. I’ve served 3 tours in Iraq and find that it’s not fair to just be tossed aside. And what about the military members that served in Korea, Vietnam, WWII. What are they not heroes? I think they are more heroes than the most recent generation. I’m from the recent generation and know that our war is not any wheres close to as tough as theres. We had the technology to help us win the war they had the brute force and strategy. So Anheuser-Busch I would appreciate if you find a way to open your doors and truly salute all the Heroes of our country.

  5. John Frederickson says:

    To Whom It May Concern:

    I served 13 years in the United States Navy and was never aware of any benefits for Active Duty members and their families. I found that Knott’s Berry Farm at least during Veterans Day with verification will allow the Veteran and one person into the park Complimentary.

    To Honor Our Heroes should not only include the person who is on Active Duty, but the Hero who was there for you!

    Thank you for your time.

  6. Renee a Disabled Veteran says:

    To whom it may concern;

    I am an 80% disabled veteran who was deployed and injured when my truck caught fire. I don’t have a retired military ID card. Regardless, when I served, these were not benefits that I was ever given or knew of. Why is it that Active Duty members who have never deployed are given this privilage, but not the ones who actually risked their lives, sacrificed time, and were injured don’t.

    In which case, if you are truly wanting to “Honor Our Heroes” why, then, would you stop with just the active military. Heroes come in many forms, such as police officers, firefighters, and medical staff. Though, I guess that is the joy of owning a company, you get to pick and choose what the definition of hero is.

    Well, either way, wished this was something that was offered or that I knew about when I was serving. I have always wanted to take the kids to Sea World, but I can’t afford it. I am proud that at least the current military are recieving something.

    Thank you for your time and God Bless!

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