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Halloween Horror Nights 2013!

Universal Orlando: I have been to UOR many times since 1995, but never to hhn's. I know you have to buy the tickets seperatley, but where on line do you go and how far in advance do they start selling them? And how much does it cost per night to go?

From Shannon Nelson
Posted December 2, 2012 at 3:20 PM
Looking for some info on halloween horror nights 2013.


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From Andrew Dougherty
Posted December 2, 2012 at 4:20 PM
No info yet come back around June/July/August

From Mark Fairleigh
Posted December 3, 2012 at 11:10 AM
Shannon,

WWW.HALLOWEENHORRORNIGHTS.COM is the home website for both Orlando and Hollywood events. Keep checking the site for updates. Like Andrew mentioned, updates start ramping up during the summer.

You'll be able to buy tickets from the site, but don't get freaked out if you don't see Express Pass options right away. For some reason, they traditionally delay putting them up. So just keep checking back.

Cost per night creeps up every year and vary according to whether you're going during the weekend or on a weekday. We spent a little over a $1000.00 for a Saturday, a Sunday, and Halloween Night, but that's with the Express Pass figured in for each night. If you can plan around Fridays and Saturdays, you can save a lot on both the event ticket and the Express Passes, by opting for the Frequent Fear Pass Plus which gives you unlimited access Sunday to Thursday with the Express Pass built in. Universal tends to play around with ticket options, so there could be new wrinkles this coming year.

Hope you make it and have fun, it's a blast! :)

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