Universal Orlando Resort unveiled all ticket and vacation packages available for guests to experience Halloween Horror Nights 2017.
Travel agents can take advantage of dozens of new 2017 offers from special Halloween Horror Nights vacation packages to Halloween Horror Nights Flex Tickets – giving them more flexibility when planning visits for their clients.
Returning to Universal Studios Florida for a record-breaking 34 select nights from Sept. 15 to Nov. 4, the premier Halloween event will feature: Nine new immersive and bone-chilling haunted houses based on everything from iconic horror films and popular TV shows to disturbing original stories that will place guests in their own personal nightmare; Five elaborately-themed scare zones where hundreds of menacing “scareactors” will stalk guests’ every move; Two entertaining live shows; Access to Universal Studios Florida’s rides and attractions.
New offers include:
- Halloween Horror Nights Sunday – Friday Flex Ticket ($77.99 per adult plus tax) and Halloween Horror Nights Sunday – Saturday Flex Ticket (85.99 per adult + tax): The Halloween Horror Nights Flex Ticket is designed to offer guests the most flexibility and convenience when planning their Halloween Horror Nights visit. Guests can purchase the ticket in advance, visit the event on the night of their choosing and proceed straight to turnstiles for entry into the event.
The Sunday – Friday Flex Ticket allows one guest admission to any one Halloween Horror Nights event night from Sunday – Friday. The Sunday – Saturday Flex Ticket allows one guest admission to any one event night.
- Coca-Cola Promotion: On select nights, guests can save up to $50 with a UPC code from any can of Coca-Cola products when they buy in advance.
- Halloween Horror Nights Vacation Packages (starting at $229 per adult, per night, tax inclusive at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort): Guests can purchase a Halloween Horror Nights vacation package that includes admission to the event, three-night hotel accommodations at a Universal Orlando Resort on-site hotel, and access to all three of Universal Orlando’s theme parks – Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and the new Universal’s Volcano Bay.