Here is the link. General admission, Universal Express, RIP Tour, and Frequent Fear passes are available. In addition, Universal has announced details for Terror Tram (hosted by Hollywood Harry again), and confirmed that four more mazes will be announced. A website glitch (now corrected) showed those as Poltergeist, Halloween 4, Blumhouse 2, and Universal Classic Monsters.Update 2 (Aug. 7): Tickets are now on sale to the public.
Update: After initially opening the ticket link to everyone, Universal now has restricted the pre-sale to annual pass members only.
Universal Studios Hollywood has put its first batch of tickets on sale for this year's Halloween Horror Nights, which kicks off September 14.
Tickets are available only for the first two weekends of the event, which runs select evenings through September and October. Tickets for other nights, and to the general public, will go on sale August 7.
But if you buy the early bird tickets before then, you get your choice of four bonus benefits, at no extra charge:
The bonus benefit pre-sale offer ends August 6.
Universal Studios Hollywood also confirmed that it will feature eight mazes at this year's event, of which it has announced Stranger Things, Trick 'r Treat, and The First Purge. HHN also will have an all-new live show and Terror Tram this year. (Jabbawockeez appeared the past few years.)
Tickets are available at Universal's pass member website and range from $67-75, depending upon the night selected. Universal is calling this a "pre-sale offer," with savings up to 30% off the regular prices that will become available next week.Tweet
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