The new pass prices (not including taxes) are:
The Preferred and Premium passes include unlimited park admission and in-park discounts on food and merchandise. The Power Pass is subject to blockout dates and does not include in-park discounts. The Premium Pass includes free preferred and valet parking after the first visit, while the Preferred Pass includes self-parking. The Premium Pass also includes a Halloween Horror Nights ticket, CityWalk club access, and unlimited Universal Express line-skipping access after 4pm.
Universal Orlando raised prices on its single- and multi-day tickets in February. Universal Orlando remains the largest theme park resort in the country not to charge varying prices for one-day tickets, based on date, after Walt Disney World and Disneyland (and sibling Universal Studios Hollywood) all adopted such plans.
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I was trying to make fun of all the trolls who complain when Disney raises their prices by reversing their arguements. For example, I ended the comment by saying that I'd be going to Disney instead, like how a lot of Disney-hating trolls will end their comments by saying that they'll be going to Universal instead. Also, I didn't know that Williams was actually bad. I just did a quick Google search to find out who Universal's equivalent of Bob Iger was (or, rather, the closest candidate I could find) for the sake of the joke. For all I knew, he could have been the nicest guy in the world. So, yeah, sorry if that's a disappointment for you.:/
I can assure you all that I don't hate Universal. I've enjoyed every single one of my visits. What I do hate, however, is the extremely unfair amount of bias that Universal receives on this website.
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