Express pass or hotel stay in Feb?Universal Orlando: Which plan option we pick?
From Rob WoodenWant to maximize the family's time at universal but having trouble deciding what to do. Going to the parks for only 2 days as rest of the time is Disney and Seaworld. Do I:
Posted December 26, 2012 at 2:05 PM
Express pass only
Book a hotel night with the rates are coming in at about 370 after tax. We already have a condo for the week we are there but thinking we could show up early, get the key to activate the express passes, do universal first day, stay overnight and then do Harry Potter early the next morning.
We are going to be there Feb 16 to 23 so we would do universal around the 18 or 19.
Thanks in advance for all advice
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From Dominick DYou probably wouldn't need Express at all. If you do, however, just buy it at the park. Staying offsite or at a Disney Value or Moderate hotel is cheaper.
Posted December 26, 2012 at 5:18 PM
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