Although I write mostly about Walt Disney World, I will sometimes talk about the other Orlando area theme parks. On Sundays, I like to share with you ways to save. I can combine the two right now. There is a great way to save if you have ever thought about visiting Universal Orlando Resort.
I’ll start with Florida Residents. Buy a 2-park, 1-day ticket, and you can visit as many times as you would like until December 24! The cost is $164 for ages ten and up, and $159 for ages three through nine. While this might seem like a mini-Annual Pass, keep in mind that it does not include parking, and there is no food or merchandise discount. Volcano Bay is not included with the deal, but it can be added for an additional $29. There are no blockout dates. You can learn more or purchase your tickets here.
If you aren’t a Florida Resident, you can still find a great deal at Universal Orlando Resort. There is currently a promotion where you can buy two days, and receive two more for free. The 2-park cost is $239.99 for the 2-day ticket, and it’s $40 more if you want to include Volcano Bay. There are also hotel deals, with prices starting as low as $79 per night. You can learn more here.
I love Walt Disney World, but I have an Annual Pass for Universal Orlando Resort as well. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter is amazing, and you can experience it in both parks. Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure is one of the best rides in Florida. Universal is doing an incredible job of keeping guests safe, and crowds are way down right now. Reservations are not needed to visit Universal, and it has been rare that they reach capacity. My ticket doesn’t include Volcano Bay, but the other two parks are a lot of fun. If you’re looking for something a bit different and you don’t want to spend to much, Universal Orlando Resort could be your answer.