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San Antonio Zoo Offers Teachers Free Admission in February, and Sea World Starts Their Own Free Program for Preschoolers

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February marks Teacher Appreciation Month, and in order to celebrate those who educate us, the San Antonio Zoo is offering teachers free admission throughout the month! MySA.com writes that this a great deal for an educator’s friends, family members, and students, too, since each teacher can bring up to four guests who will only pay half the price for a ticket.

“Tickets typically cost $12.25 for a child and $15.50 for an adult,” according to the zoo’s website. Educators will need to bring a copy of their teaching certificate, a pay stub from a school district and a photo identification badge from their school to get into the zoo,” MySA.com writes. The San Antonio Zoo website also says that educations can get 10 percent off a purchase in the zoo.

In addition to the San Antonio Zoo offering educators free admission, KSAT reports that another major attraction in the Alamo City has a free admission pass up for grabs. Sea World has a new “Preschool Card” which will allow kids five and under to get into the park for free. It also “allows access to Wild Days, which is the brand new Sesame Street Party Parade that debuts in May, as well as its Halloween Spooktacular and Christmas Celebration.” The pass is available for all of 2018.