Universal Orlando has just dropped the announcement for a special 30 year even house coming to Halloween Horror Nights this year. The “HHN Icons Captured” house will join the haunted house line up for the event.
“Over the last 30 years Halloween Horror Nights has introduced a murderer’s row of original characters. Now they’ve joined forces – some newly risen to true Icon status – to form a monstrous Hell of Fame, taunting and terrifying you at every turn.
- You’ll meet Jack the Clown, The Storyteller, The Caretaker and many more – all in one house for the first time ever.
- As you search for escape you’ll encounter tormented victims as well as each Icon’s demonic super fans.
- Who’s the most evil of them all? Depending when you visit a different Icon will reign supreme.
HOUSE REVEALED: The Dream Team of Your Worst Nightmares.
HHN ICONS: Captured. Prepare to meet some of the most terrifying characters from 30 years. If that wasn’t terrifying enough, ALL tickets are now on sale: https://t.co/kzBZ7maAuN pic.twitter.com/GI6RjKVb7M
— Halloween Horror Nights (@HorrorNightsORL) August 5, 2021
However, rates have gone up and there are no passholder discounts this year. It seems they’ve gone up $20-$50 per ticket depending on what you choose.
Been doing this for 10 years and am shocked Multi night Ticket prices are so astronomical this year. @UniversalORL really taking advantage of peoples desire to get some normalcy. Shame
— Jay Flannery (@Fugzy92535) August 5, 2021
— James Heyward is fully vaccinated (@JamesLHeyward) August 5, 2021
Me seeing HHN multi-night tickets finally on sale vs me seeing the price jump for Frequent Fear pic.twitter.com/JT2etsuNEe
— forever catastrophizing (now enhanced💉) (@SarahSmiles294) August 5, 2021
i’m glad it’s finally released! but that price point though 😩😂
— HHN King👑 (@heyitstrevorr) August 5, 2021
I feel like we are the only ones that can’t justify the price to include express for HHN. It’s so crazy to me.
— Who’s that girl? (@jessamack_) August 5, 2021
I understand the price increase because of the times we are in. But just know, they’ll never go back down. You all thought $3,000 was a lot for a fake 2 night cruise get ready for HHN 35 when regular FFP is $500. Pricing always goes forward and never backward. pic.twitter.com/RNhAto9zWO
— John Sebastian La Valle (@johnsebastian) August 5, 2021
This doesn’t seem to be stopping people from buying though:
— TylociCoaster (@ParksLoves) August 5, 2021
Just bought my frequent fear pass!!
— that Theme Park Mom (@therobainas) August 5, 2021
Yay! Got my rush of fear pass finally!
— Baguette 🥖 (@genevievemagri1) August 5, 2021
— Jenn Rethwill (@jennar514) August 5, 2021
— HHN Legacy (@HHNLegacy) August 5, 2021
Halloween Horror Nights will run from September 3 – Halloween (October 31) at Universal Orlando.
If you would like to purchase passes you can do so HERE.
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