are now on sale for Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights... which will revive last year's 1980s theme, the resort announced today.Single-night tickets
"The 80s return with an all-new vengeance, bringing with them some of the biggest frights of the era. From cinematic screams to the most horrifying cult classics, there’s no escape from the decade that just won’t die," Universal said in its press release.
This year's Halloween Horror Nights kicks off September 6 at Universal Studios Florida, running 41 nights through November 2. Single-night tickets are priced by date, ranging from $66.99 to $93.99, plus tax. (Typically, Saturdays are the more expensive evenings to visit, so go for Sundays or mid-week if you are looking for maximum savings.)
Universal has announced four of the 10 all-new houses for this year's event:
Universal Orlando also is now selling multi-night and hotel packages for Halloween Horror Nights, which also includes five scares zones and admission to select Universal Studios Florida attractions that remain open during this after-hours, hard-ticket event. Keep following Theme Park Insider for more updates on additional house announcements, as we get closer to opening night.
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More excited about GB than ST actually, What about the Twinkie?
With Star Wars opening down the street, the crowds at HHN this year are going to be unbearable. Last year was rough, but this year may set the bar even higher in terms of overall misery in just trying to attend the event.
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