It’s never too soon to start panicking. It’s also never to early to purchase your tickets for the country’s premier Halloween event, Universal Orlando’s Halloween Horror Nights. The event doesn’t start until the end of September, but fans are already curious about tickets for the event.
Tickets are now on sale for Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando. Ticket Prices are as follows:
General Admission: $88.99
Single Night Admission (Florida residents):
- Thursday-Sunday: $41.99
- Friday: $51.99
- Saturday: $61.99
Stay & Scream (add HHN to your daytime park ticket):
- Thursday-Sunday: $36.99
- Friday: $51.99
- Saturday: $66.99
- Frequent Fear Pass (Thursday-Sunday): $81.99
- Frequent Fear Pass Plus (Sunday-Friday): $96.99
- Rush of Fear (Valid 9/21-10/7): $69.99
Annual Passholder Offers:
- 1st 3 Fridays: $36.99
- 1st 3 Saturdays: $41.99
- Sunday-Thursday: $36.99
- Fridays: $51.99
- Saturdays: $66.99
- Frequent Fear Pass (Thursdays-Sundays): $66.99
- Frequent Fear Pass Plus (Sunday-Friday): $81.99
- Rush of Fear (Valid 9/21-10/17) $54.99
The general admission tickets are good any night of the event for one admission. Frequent Fear Pass is good for all “non peak” events, such as Sunday through Thursday. Frequent Fear Plus is good for all event nights, except for Saturday, and Rush of Fear is good for all nights the first three weeks (September 21 through October 7).
Universal Orlando has also brought back the “Gory Getaway” package, which includes 3-night hotel accommodations, 2 day base ticket to Universal Theme Parks (one park per day), Early admission to Islands of Adventure, 1 night ticket to Halloween Horror Nights, access to live entertainment at Citywalk, and a 5×7 souvenir photograph. The Gory Getaway package starts at $319 per adult.
One very popular ticket is missing from the line up, something that rumors have hinted about over the past year.
Frequent Fear with Express allowed those with a frequent fear pass to skip the regular lines. Universal normally sells the Express option, which allows guests to skip to the front of the line, for as much as $90 dollars each night. With the inclusion of Express in the price of the Frequent Fear Pass, many guests complained that lines would grow to an unbelievable length, making it impossible to see more than a few houses each night.
If this is the case and there is no Express included with the Frequent Fear Pass, lines could be much mire manageable this year. Again, it’s important to remember that it is very early, and things very well could change.
So what do you think? Is the absence of FFP with Express included a good thing or not? Let us know in the comments below!