Ticket prices at Universal Orlando Resort (Universal Orlando) went and most people didn’t even realise. Here’s everything you need to know!
A single-day ticket to either Universal Studios or Universal’s Islands of Adventure now starts at $119, up from $115.
Because Universal uses a seasonal-pricing structure, the price of a single-day ticket could vary, depending on the time of visit.
During Universal’s designated “regular” season, the same ticket costs $128, up from $125. A single-day ticket during the “anytime” season costs $139, up from $135.
The price of multi-day tickets also increased. A two-day ticket to both parks increased $10 from $285 to $295. However, the price for multi-day tickets is cheaper if you’re a Florida resident.
The price changes went into effect in December, two months before Walt Disney World raised prices on most of its annual passes. However, Universal didn’t raise prices on its annual passes.
A Universal Orlando Resort spokesperson told Spectrum News 13 the following in a statement:
“Our pricing reflects the incredible, world-class entertainment experiences we continue to offer our guests. We consistently offer value-driven options throughout the year to help guests save and get the most out of their visit to Universal Orlando.”
Source: Spectrum News 13