Wet and Wild Hawaii - Ultimate Guide to Discount Tickets and Reviews

September 22, 2022

Visit one of Oahu’s most visited family attractions this season! Wet ‘n Wild discount tickets, tips, and reviews are a must-read before you go.

Follow along to discover all you need to know about Wet 'n' Wild Hawaii!

If you’ve been searching for Oahu attractions for families and thrill seekers alike, you must have already read about the biggest Hawaiian Water Park located in Kapolei.

It’s exciting to think about all the rides and attractions that you’ll get to enjoy! For instance, guests look forward to the Kapolei Kooler, an astounding lazy river surrounded by a lush tropical garden. Enjoy rushing rapids, waterfalls, water spouts, and enough surprises to keep riders awake and refreshed.

Or how about the Hawaiian Waters Wave Pool, where you can hit the surf with over 400,000 gallons of water? Ride two-foot-high swells similar to waves in Waikiki Beach or, for a more relaxing venture, body surf for the ultimate ocean experience.

Tickets are always available online. But if you fancy getting discount tickets, special deals, and insider tips, then you’re at the right place!

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Discount Tickets

Ready for the wettest and wildest water park rides of your life? Get Wet n Wild Hawaii discount tickets on Tripster while they last!

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii discounted general admission grants guests a full day to the water park’s more than 25 exhilarating attractions. In addition, guests may exit the park gates and re-enter at any time during the park’s operating hours. Just don’t lose your ticket stub, as it’s required for re-entry.

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Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Coupons and Discounts

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Military Discount

Heads up to guests with US military ID! There are special offers this year dedicated to you.

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii AAA Discount

We regret to inform AAA membership card holders that there is no AAA discount at the moment. However, there are still discount wet 'n' wild tickets on Tripster!

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Discounted Wet n Wild tickets entitle guests to all the perks and benefits of a regularly priced general admission. 

photo credit: Wet'n'Wild Hawaii via Facebook

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Senior Discount Tickets

Guests of all ages are welcome to enjoy the biggest water park family attraction in Kapolei, Hawaii! In fact, Wet ‘n Wild discount tickets are available for seniors 65 years and older.

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Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Local Discount

Wet ‘n Wild is located in Oahu’s “Second City” of Kapolei, but this doesn’t stop the water park from offering discounts to the rest of Hawaii residents! The Kama’aina Admission Promo entitles guests with a valid Hawaii state resident ID to discounted Wet n Wild tickets!

photo credit: Wet'n'Wild Hawaii via Facebook

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Group Travel Deals

Wet'n'Wild Hawaii has many great attractions for adults, teens, kids, and families of all ages, which makes the water park an excellent destination for groups!

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Hotels Near Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii

Wet n Wild Hawaii is Hawaii’s biggest and best water park! Although the general admission is only good for a day, you will soon experience jampacked fun and absolute joy riding the water park’s rides and attractions! 

We recommend staying at hotels near Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii so you can enjoy the entire day without worrying about traveling long distances back to base.

Waikiki Resort Hotel

Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort & Spa

Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort

The Modern Honolulu

Looking to Stay on the Shores of Famous Waikiki Beach? Check out our in-depth guide for our recommendations and best deals!

View of the pool and several chairs to layout on with umbrellas at The Modern Honolulu in Oahu, Hawaii, USA

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Oahu HI Attractions

Polynesian Cultural Center

Visiting the Polynesian Cultural Center is one of the best things you can do in Oahu with the family! The live showers are entertaining, the Luau is magnificent, and the fun learning experiences throughout the day will stay with everyone long after the trip.

Check out our Ultimate Guide to Oahu Polynesian Cultural Center: Coupon, Reviews, and Tips to discover how to score some serious savings!

performers on a boat in costumer at Polynesian Cultural Center in Oahu, Hawaii, USA

photo credit: Polynesian Cultural Center via Facebook

Rock-A-Hula

At the Rock-A-Hula, witness unique tribute artists honor timeless musicians like Elvis Presley, Elton John, Madonna, Michael Jackson, and Lady Gaga.

It’s like a Las Vegas top-rated show, except this one has a Hawaiian twist! Expect ancient Hawaiian chants, hula dances, and 75 minutes of a spectacular live concert featuring a "Hawaiian Journey" from the 1920s to the present.

Go Oahu All-Inclusive Pass

There are one too many attractions to see and experience in Oahu, and if you have time on your hands, we recommend that you visit as many as possible! Go Oahu All-Inclusive Pass grants you admission to over 30 attractions from 1 to 7 days.

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Experience premium attractions like Sea Life Park and North Shore Dole Pineapple Farm! You can also use the Go Oahu All-Inclusive Pass to get Wet n Wild Hawaii discounted admission. 

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Insider Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Tips

What to Bring

Looking forward to spending a full day at this Oahu water park? If you have non-potty-trained toddlers with you, don’t forget to bring swim diapers. Also, bring towels, waterproof sunscreen, baby wipes (you never know when you need them), band-aids (better to be prepared!), and toiletries!

Read The Ultimate Hawaii Packing List: What to Bring and What to Skip to ensure nothing gets left behind!

Can I Bring Food into Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii?

Sorry, no outside food or beverages are allowed inside Wet n Wild Hawaii. However, guests are always welcome to get the All-U-Can-Eat BBQ lunch from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM, which comes with unlimited soft drinks, a beach towel, locker rental, and a body board session at Hawaiian Waters wave pool.

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In addition, the water park features an in-house cafe, bar, and food and beverage carts! If you fancy dining outside the water park, that is possible too! Feel free to exit and re-enter Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii any time as long as you have your ticket stub with you.

photo credit: Wet'n'Wild Hawaii via Facebook

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Parking

Getting to Wet n Wild Water Park Oahu is easy! If driving a vehicle, search for the water park’s address, 400 Farrington Hwy  Kapolei, HI 96707, on Google Maps or Waze. Parking is available for a fee, but parking is free if you have the 2022 or 2023 Season Pass!

Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii Reviews

Want to find out what other readers think? Check out the most recent Wet and Wild Hawaii reviews.

Wet ‘n Wild Waterpark is a welcome attraction for those looking for water activities away from the beach. From tamer attractions like Water World Playground for the children to extremely wild water rides like the 36-foot drop Shaka for thrill-seekers, everyone will have a blast!

And whether you’re planning for family fun, a birthday party, a corporate event, a group reunion, or something else more exciting, Wet ‘n Wild Hawaii is a promising adventure!

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