Universal Orlando Resort has again extended its ticket discount deals for tourists and for Florida residents.
The home of Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure is offering three extra days at the parks to visitors who buy designated two-day passes to the resort. The deadline for purchasing this deal has been extended to January 6, 2021, and the discounted tickets are valid for trips through August 31 of next year.
So if you want to lock in a great price for a Universal Orlando vacation next summer, now is the time to buy.
Universal is offering two choices on the deal: One Park Per Day tickets, or Universal's Park-to-Park ticket, which allows you to visit both USF and IOA on the same day. A Park-to-Park ticket is required to ride the Hogwarts Express that shuttles passengers between the parks.
On Universal's website, the "five days for the price of two" deal is available for $323.75 as a Park-to-Park ticket and $259.85 as a One Park Per Day ticket, after tax. However, on our travel partner's website, you can get the Park-to-Park ticket for $301.99 and the One Park Per Day ticket for $251.99, including all applicable fees.
That's a savings of nearly $22 a ticket for the Park-to-Park and $8 for the One Park Per Day, when buying from our travel partner.
For Florida residents, Universal Orlando is extending its Florida Resident Ticket offer through November 3. For the $164 plus tax price of a regular one-day, two-park Park-to-Park ticket, Florida residents can get into USF and IOA every day through December 24. That deal is available exclusively through Universal's website. Universal also is offering up to $100 discounts on annual passes to Florida residents, through December 17.
New this year at Universal Studios Florida is the Bourne Stuntacular live-action and mixed-media stunt show, while Islands of Adventure next summer will welcome the Jurassic World VelociCoaster, a high-speed double-launch coaster.
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