Universal Announces New Ticket Benefit

“Get an extra day of Awesome free,” Universal announced today in its new special on its website.

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From now until December 15, 2022, residents of Florida and Georgia can enjoy a free third day with the purchase of a 2-Park 2-Day ticket. Tickets must be purchased by September 28, 2022 using valid Florida and Georgia photo ID.

Prices range from $169.99 to $295.99, depending on first day of use and ticket type. Residents can also add a day at Universal’s Volcano Bay for just $25, a price only available to those who purchase the promotional ticket.

The only blackout dates that apply are November 21 through November 26, 2022, which is great news for anyone looking to participate in special holiday season attractions while using this offer.

Learn more about Universal Studios vacation activities:

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Universal Studios has announced the return of some fan-favorite holiday activities after they were closed due to COVID-19 safety protocols, including, but not limited to, the following offering found at their website.

  • Universal’s Holiday Parade featuring Macy’s – Air balloons float through the streets of Universal Studios Florida as guests are joined by Minions from Illumination’s Despicable Me and characters from DreamWorks Animation’s Madagascar and Shrek films.
  • Grinchmas – Hang on to resident Whos for a “Who-liday Spectacular”. Guests can even meet the Bad Banana himself, the Grinch.
  • Christmas in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter – The illuminated castle of Hogwarts provides a festive holiday setting for this celebration. Guests can catch special holiday performances by the Frog Choir and Celestina Warbeck and the Banshees with a hot butterbeer in hand.
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More Universal Studios special events:

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Not included in this new resident offer, but a next paying event It’s worth mentioning Universal Studios Florida’s Halloween Horror Nights. On select nights from Sept. 2 through Oct. 31, guests can “take on 10 haunted houses, 5 spooky areas, 2 live shows, and some of Universal Studios Florida’s most thrilling attractions,” according to the event description.

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Will you take advantage of Universal’s new ticket offer? Let us know in the comments!

Herman C. Harkins