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Universal Orlando Moves to Date Based Ticket Pricing

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Universal Orlando Moves to Date Based Ticket Pricing
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Starting today, Universal Orlando will employ date-based ticket pricing for their theme parks. Read on for details.

Beginning today, Tuesday August 18, guests purchasing tickets for Universal Orlando Resort will notice variable pricing based on date.

To gain access to Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure or Volcano Bay, guests will first need to select the date of their visit.

Ticket Pricing

Browsing on the Universal ticketing site, it appears that weekends and holidays see surge pricing. For a one day park to park ticket, prices vary from $164 on a September weekday to $194 over winter break.

Visitors to Universal Orlando can select the option to purchase a ticket that can be used on any date for the highest price listed. For a one day, park to park, that’s $194.

Guests often select the park to park ticket option when visiting Universal Orlando so that they can experience the Hogwarts Express train between the two parks!

Universal Orlando Offers

Right now, Universal is offering great passholder perks! Buy an annual pass today and receive 15 months for the price of 12!

It’s “Passholder Appreciation Days” at Universal Orlando Resort until September 30. Check out all the great passholder offers here!

Florida Residents have the option to pay for one day at Universal Orlando and gain admission until mid December! That’s a great deal!

Whatever option you select, you’re sure to enjoy your day at Universal Orlando Resort! Check out Kenny’s experience at the park reopening and the park’s safety measures.

In other Universal Orlando Resort news, two hotels have closed in order to consolidate guests at fewer resorts. The Resort also announced that they were canceling the popular Halloween Horror Nights event for 2020.

Universal announced that work on the fourth Orlando park, Epic Universe would be postponed indefinitely after their second quarter earnings call.

Are you visiting the Universal Orlando Resort soon? Let us know in the comments on Facebook and in our Facebook group!

-Rebecca W Davis




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