Residents of Southern California can get into Universal Studios Hollywood with a new SoCal resident discount ticket, available now through our travel partner. It's just one of many discounted tickets now available to area theme parks and attractions.
The So-Cal Resident 1-Day General Admission Ticket is just $89 — a savings of up to $50 off the front gate price. You can get Universal Express front-of-line access with your ticket for $70 more - a total of $159. You must purchase and use your ticket by April 2, 2020.
If you're not a local, visitors from outside Southern California can get a one-day ticket to Universal Studios Hollywood starting at $99.50 or a two-day ticket starting at $136.
Local residents also can get discounted tickets to Disneyland, which is offering a three-day ticket to Southern Californians. That deal starts at $186 for a one-park-per-day ticket — just $62 a day. The same ticket with Maxpass is $230, while a three-day Park Hopper is available for $234.25. Trick it out with Maxpass and Park Hopping for the three days for $278.50.
You must purchase this deal by May 18. Tickets expire 13 days after first use or on May 21, whichever comes first.
Elsewhere in Los Angeles/Orange County, Knott's Berry Farm is offering one-day tickets through our travel partner from $49.50, while Six Flags Magic Mountain tickets are available for $66.99. These discounts are not limited to Southern California residents and are available to all visitors.
Finally, if you are looking for more Universal ticket deals — but for Orlando instead of Hollywood — here's a reminder that Universal Orlando is now offering a "two days free" deal for all visitors, with a four-day ticket at the discounted two-day price. That's $248 for a four-day base ticket, or $287.50 for a Park to Park ticket. Throw in Volcano Bay and it's $287 for the base ticket and $324 for the Park to Park.
All prices are subject to service charges, changes, and availability. To check out what else is available around the country, please bookmark our discounted theme park and attractions tickets page.Tweet
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