Cheap whale watching tours in Seattle that are half off right now

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Whether you’re visiting the Pacific Northwest or you’re a local, if you’ve ever looked for cheap whale watching tours in Seattle, now is the perfect time. From Anacortes to Port Townsend, several tour operators currently have half-price offers. And we’ve collected them for you to enjoy!

Remember when we said it was a good time to watch the giant underwater swim? Allow us to explain: From March to May each year, grays migrate to the summer feeding grounds of the North Pacific or the breeding waters of Baja California.

And you can watch them up close as they make that journey – without it costing you a penny, of course.

Outer Island Expeditions

Original price: $109

Selling price: $55 per person

Why you need it: Boats ferry passengers to ocean playgrounds for 3.5 hours where encounters with orcas, humpback whales and gray whales are promised. If you don’t see any, you can come back for free!

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Puget Sound Express

Original Price: $110.50

Selling price: $60 per person

Why you need it: This day trip from Port Townsend to San Juan Island lets you see orcas, humpback whales and other marine life while making stops at Friday Harbor and at Smith Island. Call it an island day.

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Wild Orcs

Original price: $109

Selling price: $55.62 per person

Why you need it: You can observe and learn more about Southern Resident Killer Whales on this 3.5 hour trip. There is also an interactive exhibit afterwards.

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Deer Harbor Charters

Original price: $109

Selling price: $55 per person

Why you need it: From pods of orcas to humpback whales to sea lions sunning themselves on the rocks, you can witness the marine action from floor-to-ceiling windows on this tour.

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Island Adventures

Original price: $99

Selling price: $69 per person

Why you need it: Cruise in heated boats for 4.5 hours on the Salish Sea on a tour that guarantees sightings of orcas, humpback whales, gray whales or minkes.

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We strongly advise you to check for the most recent updates on potential hazards, safety, water quality and closures before going swimming or visiting any location. If you plan to visit a place, respect the environment.

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