Just in time for the opening of Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure, Universal Orlando is offering a new ticket deal for Florida residents. But if you don't live in Florida, don't worry. We have a ticket discount deal going that's open to all and that can get you into the resort's theme parks at almost the same daily rate.
The new Florida resident discount offers four days' admission for the price of two days for $179.99 plus tax (which works out to $191.69 total, if my math is correct.) You must purchase your ticket by June 28 and use your days by December 20, but you do not have to visit on consecutive days. The ticket is blocked out from June 29 through July 31. This is a one park per day ticket, but a Park-to-Park ticket is available for an upcharge.
You do have to have a promo code from a speciality marked can of Coke to use order the ticket, in addition to being a Florida resident. Tickets can be ordered on Universal Orlando's website.
If you are not in Florida, or don't have the right Coke can to get the promo code, we are offering another deal on our Universal Orlando tickets page. This one is for five days at the parks for $242 (that's $240 plus a $2 convenience fee), so you have an extra day to enjoy Universal Studios Florida or Islands of Adventure. (Look for the tickets marked with "3 Extra Days FREE (PROMO).")
You must purchase this ticket by June 12 and use it by December 20. The blockout days on this offer are from July 1 through the 31, so it's a slightly shorter blockout than on the Florida resident deal. Again, you can visit on non-consecutive days and you can upgrade to a Park-to-Park option if you would like.
Our complete list of discounted Universal Orlando tickets, includes ticket packages with Walt Disney World and hotel/ticket combo deals, is available on our Universal Orlando tickets page.
Hagrid's Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure opens June 13 in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Hogsmeade at Universal's Islands of Adventure. Stay tuned for more preview coverage of Hagrid's coming later this week!Tweet
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