According to the Universal Studios Hollywood website, the park will adopt the "Universal Express" brand for its Front of Line ticket next week, bringing the Hollywood park in line with the Universal theme parks in Orlando, Japan, and Singapore.
Though the line-skipping products all will share the same branding, they are not the same products. Certain versions of the Universal Express pass at various parks allow truly unlimited front of line access, while others are limited in the number of times that they can be used, or the time of day after which they can be used. As always, check the details before you buy any theme park ticket of front of line pass.
Other brands for front of line passes include Disney's Fastpass, Six Flags' Flash Pass and Cedar Point's Fast Lane. Despite the unification of the front-of-line branding, Universal remains the only major theme park chain that does not offer a ticket or annual pass that can be used at all of the company's parks in the United States. Could that be next?
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