This past weekend, Disney raised the ticket prices at Walt Disney World as is expected each year at this time. Now, Universal Studios Orlando has followed along and done the same for its annual increase.
As of now, here is some important information to know regarding tickets at Universal Studios Orlando:
1-Day, 1-Park: Start at $110 (Was $105)
1-Day Park-to-Park: Start at $165 (Was $155)
Like Disney, prices are seasonal and can vary depending on crowd levels and what is considered “peak” time of year to more moderate times. Adult peak-season tickets will be $124 for a 1-day, 1-park and $179 for the 1-day park-t0-park.
Much like SeaWorld and Disney, there can be savings when buying online as guests can save $20 on multi-day tickets by buying them online.
There are some different seasonal and bundle passes which start at $260, but know that some black-out dates apply.
The official prices for one-day tickets to Volcano Bay, Universal Studios Orlando’s new water park opening in May. Three-day tickets are available and range from $220 to $275 depending on the variables that guests want on them.
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