Universal Orlando Tribute Store Is Gearing Up To Open

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(Photo Credit: Universal Parks News Today)

Good news for Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights fans! The Tribute Store is moving along and is getting ready to open to guests!

Universal Parks News Today has posted a look at the facade of the upcoming store!

 

Universal has already launched their 30 Years 30 Fears merchandise line on the Shop Universal Orlando site, but that’s just a taste of what will likely come with 2020 being the 30th Anniversary of Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. I fully expect a lot of great merchandise to be available in the Tribute Shop and at the event!

If you are interested in Halloween Horror Nights 30th Anniversary, the tickets are on sale right now. The event runs on select nights from September 10- November 1, 2020! I highly recommend it! Keep in mind though that it can be intense for kids and it is not recommended for kids under 13. You also can’t wear costumes or masks.

Universal Orlando is having a ticket offer where you buy one event ticket and get another night for free:

Halloween Horror Nights – Buy an Event Night, Get a 2nd Event Night Free

Limited Time Offer – Purchase by July 22
Get your tickets early and you can enjoy two nights of terror for the price of one. Purchase your Halloween Horror Nights ticket now through July 22 and you can come back a second night for even more frights. Online only. Select nights, blockout dates and restrictions apply.
Keep in mind that there will likely be limited crowds and some of the experiences my be a bit different due to physical distancing or other guidelines that will be in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you haven’t been before, and this kind of stuff doesn’t bother you, check it out!
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Sources: Universal Parks News Today, Universal Orlando


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