ORLANDO, Fla. – Universal Orlando Resort has increased its single-day ticket prices.
The starting cost of a 1-Day, 1-Park ticket rising from $109 to $119, plus tax, and the highest-priced option, often seen during holiday peak periods, leaping from $159 to $179, plus tax. A 1-Day, 2-Park ticket, which allows a guest to hop from park-to-park, ranges in price from $174 to $234, plus tax.
“Our pricing reflects the incredible, world-class entertainment experiences we continue to offer our guests, and with our date-based variable pricing model, guests have more flexibility when planning a visit to our destination and can choose the best time to visit that suits their needs,” Universal Orlando said in a statement.
Back in 2020, Universal Orlando announced its date-based pricing.
Just last week, Universal announced that Florida residents can save money with an all-new holiday offer. With the “Buy a Day, Get a 2nd Day Free on a 2-Park, 1-Day Park-to-Park Ticket” offer, residents have the opportunity to enjoy two days of access to Universal Studios Florida and Universal Islands of Adventure for the price of a one-day ticket.
This pricing move follows similar pricing adjustments made by Walt Disney World back in October.
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