Tickets arent up for sale just yet for Passholders, but there is a teaser site up for the Orlando park. Gives you a glimpse of whats to come, but not too much of a glimpse, yet.
Last year was good for Bill and Ted and innovation. Bill and Ted's was the best we have seen. Well worth the price of admission alone. However, with the exception of Terror mines, the houses were lame. Just the same old rehash of previous houses and lack of imagination. Too many tickets sold and too many Black Die affair folks. Given the time and money that Universal had to invest in HHN15 we were less than impressed. Given the time and travel and money we spent to go to HHN we were sorely disappointed. I spent at least $200 for me and my oldest son to do HHN for one night. That was only the ticket and fast pass. Not a good deal for 5 hours of lame for two people. My wife and younger son went to City Walk for dinner and saw a movie for a fraction of that. They enjoyed the dinner and movie. Lucky them.
These oblividiots are paraded throughout HHN led by a tour guide. Not just one array of losers but about 10 to 15 strands of 15 of them. They all wear black and have a glow necklace around their neck that matches the tour guides glow stick held high above on a stick so they don't get lost. For some reason they can't understand that they will follow the blue stick for the night. (Or whatever color). So they walk single file through the park (at capacity) knocking into everyone and making Scare Zones impossible to not only navigate but also impossible for the Scareactors in the zones to operate. Then you get to wait while they get head of the line access to the houses and then you wait to see Bill and Ted's only to see that they got all the good seats because they got priority seating. This while they sip mixed drinks and look down on you. All this time you are wondering why you paid $60 for a ticket and $25-30 for the Express pass + tax, when it cost them a $100 per person for the RIP Tour? Do the math.
Happy Freaking Halloween Horror Nights.