Universal Orlando Has a New Ticket Deal Where you Buy 2 Days and Get 3 Days Free!


If you are planning to head over to Universal Orlando you might want to check out this deal! They have just announced a new special where you buy 2 days and get 3 days free!

The tickets are good through summer 2021!

You can purchase this deal through January 6, 2021 and the tickets must be used by August 31, 2021.

Here are the details:

  • Purchase by Jan. 6, 2021
  • Use by Aug. 31, 2021
  • No blockout dates
  • Restrictions apply

The 2-Park 2-Day Base + 3-Days Free Promo Ticket entitles one (1) guest admission to EITHER Universal Studios Florida OR Universal’s Islands of Adventure per day. Ticket is valid for any five (5) calendar days during a seven (7) consecutive calendar day period which includes the first day any portion of the ticket is used, with no blockout dates. This ticket also includes seven (7) consecutive calendar days of admission to select live entertainment venues of Universal CityWalk which commences and includes the first day any portion of the ticket is used. To receive full benefit of the ticket entitlements, first use of this ticket must be on or before August 27, 2021. All ticket usage must be completed on or before August 31, 2021 when the ticket will expire in full. Unused days will be forfeited. This ticket will be sold only within the U.S. and Canada.

The downside is that the tickets can only be used in one park per day, so you can’t hop between Universal Studios and Universal Islands of Adventure, but it’s a pretty good deal.

You can add the hopping option for about $60 more, but at that point, if you plan on using more than 5 days, I would suggest an Annual Pass. Plus the passes, depending on what you choose, can give you hotel and merchandise discounts and even free parking. It would more than offset the cost.


Something to consider anyways!

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Source: Universal Orlando

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