San Diego Zoo accommodates more than 4,000 animals representing over 800 species. As you’ll see if you buy a ticket, it provides natural habitats for endangered animals and varied groups of species. Many believe it sets the standard for modern zoos. Every time you grab a San Diego Zoo coupon, you’ll be supporting their admirable cause.
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From adventuring through the savanna to diving into the unknown, you can travel the world in a single day at San Diego Zoo. Before you claim a San Diego Zoo discount, check out our answers to some commonly asked questions here. The Groupon Manual is a helpful guide to anything specifically relating to your coupon.
At full price, a one-day pass at San Diego Zoo costs $58 for adults and $48 for children aged 3-11 – but you can save up to 70% by snapping up promotions and discounts. Children under three go free.
This includes access to the zoo, as well as the guided bus tour, aerial tram and express bus – so you can move around the enclosures quickly. You can also buy a 3-for-1 pass for all three parks – San Diego Zoo, San Diego Zoo Safari Park and SeaWorld, for $154 for adults and $144 for children aged 3-9.
San Diego Zoo ticket prices are the same online as they are at the gate. Check our website for top deals on tickets before you go and you could get up to 70% off the standard price.
We have regular discounts at San Diego Zoo to help you make great savings on your day out. Of course, there are many alternative things to do in San Diego to keep the whole family entertained – and many more savings to be made.
While San Diego Zoo provides free parking to all its visitors, Safari Park visitors will need to pay for parking.
During peak season, you may need to park in the overflow parking lot. From here, you can walk to the park or climb aboard the city's tram network.
To save time searching for an available space, the zoo also offers valet service. Check out our San Diego Zoo valet discounts to easily reserve your spot.
San Diego Zoo Safari Park and SeaWorld are two popular alternatives to the main zoo.
Some of our local favorites include: