How much would you pay to add front-of-line-access to an annual pass?
Written by Robert Niles
Resorts World Sentosa, home of Universal Studios Singapore, has announced a new annual pass pricing structure for the theme park. I know that Singapore isn't on the radar of many Theme Park Insider readers, but Universal Studios Singapore's done something very interesting with these annual passes.Tweet
Revenge of the Mummy at Universal Studios Singapore
The prices are SG$638 (US$519.45) for adults and SG$558 (US$454.31) for children. That seemed a bit high for me for a pass to single theme park. But I kept reading and found that the "Superstar Pass" includes... unlimited access to Universal Express.
That's right. Unlimited front-of-the-line access with an annual pass.
Imagine that. Instant Universal Express (or FastPass, for Disney fans) access to every ride, every time you visit the park. You'll never again have to worry about how crowded a park is if you have a hankering to ride one of your favorite attractions.
USS is also offering a lower-priced (SG$300 less) AP for visitors who don't want the Universal Express option. Which raises the question: How much more would you pay on top of your current annual pass price for a pass that included unlimited front-of-line access?
We've been talking on our Discussion Board about perks for annual passholders, but I'd love to hear about some of the perks you don't now get, such as front-of-the-line access, and how much you'd be willing to pay to get them.
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