Some AMAZING Ticket Deals At Universal Hollywood and Universal Orlando Theme Parks!

by SharonKurheg

If  you’re a fan of Universal Orlando Resort OR Universal Hollywood Resort, heads up that they have some really, REALLY good deals on tickets going on right now that you may want to consider:



Photo via Universal Studios Hollywood

Universal Hollywood Resort (UHR) current has a Buy One Day, Get A Second Day Free deal that you don’t usually see from a “major” theme park like that. But yup, for your $109 to $114 (depending on the day), not only will you be able to get into UHR, you can also then get in for a SECOND DAY nearly any time by December 20th.

Of course, with a deal this sweet, there are a few terms and conditions:

  • First visit must be the day you choose when you purchase the ticket
  • Second visit must occur on or before 12/20/18.
  • Second visit not valid 11/23/18 & 11/24/18.
  • Ticket may not be copied, transferred or resold.
  • Ticket is only valid for the person named on it.
  • Ticket cannot be combined with other offers, separately ticketed events, discounts, Halloween Horror Nights or sightseeing tours.
  • All or parts of Park subject to change or closure without notice.
  • Parking not included.
  • Early Park Admission begins 30 minutes prior to the Theme Park’s posted opening time and is subject to availability, cancellation, and change. For Park hours, visit
  • Valid at Universal Studios Hollywood, located in Los Angeles, California.

Want more info? Go to this page of UHR’s website.



Photo via Universal Orlando Resort

We thought that Universal Orlando Resort (UOR) was offering a good deal when they offered Buy One Day, Get A Second Day Free for the 2018 Halloween Horror Nights season, but financially, I think this deal beats even that!

Through April 4, 2019, UOR Annual and Seasonal Passholders have the ability to get up to SIX MONTHS FREE on a renewed 2-park or 3-park annual or seasonal pass! (if you’re not an Annual or Seasonal passholder, keep reading – there’s a deal for you, too!)

Fans of UOR know there are a lot of options in that sentence. There are 4 different types of passes available (Preferred, Premiere, Power and Seasonal), the option of 2 parks (Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure) or 3 (those two, plus Volcano Bay water park), and, of course, Florida Resident vs. non-Florida Resident pricing (sorry, non-residents…us Floridians do get a small discount for living in the Sunshine State). So click here for more specific information.

By the way, if your current Seasonal or Annual Pass expires past April 4th, like ours do? So far it’s “too bad, so sad.” Yeah, I call because our passes expire at the end of September. As of this writing, the extension is only going to go through April 4th and if your pass expires later than that, you can’t take advantage of the offer. Personally, I think that kind of sucks, but my fingers are crossed that they extend the offer, like they did for the “buy one year, get 3 months three” offer they had last year.

Not an UOR Annual or Seasonal Passholder?


Not to worry, UOR fans, there’s a deal for you, too! Right now you can can get 2 days free when you buy two or three days! Just purchase by March 14, 2019 and use by May 31, 2019 and you’re good to go (Blockout dates include Dec. 26–31, 2018, and, of course, restrictions apply). Click here for more specific information.

As you can see, all of these tickets will only be available for a limited period of time, so plan accordingly!

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