Who’s planning a vacation to Universal Orlando Florida? Bookmark this post because I will be keeping it updated on the very best deals you can find!
If you have ever been to Universal Orlando, you know that the more days you have the better, there is so much to see and do! Both Becky and I have gone 3 or 4 times already this year, we love it so much!
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This deal is valid for travel through December 14, 2023, which means that guests can visit this summer while the kids are out of school, during fall break, and more! *NOTE: There are blackout dates from November 18-25th.
Universal Orlando Florida is my family’s Favorite Vacation Destination! We plan at least one trip there every year! I’ve been at all times of year and would love to help answer any questions you have. It truly is my happy place, and I love to help people experience it.
Please note that Universal Orlando Resort tickets are date specific. Your tickets will not be valid outside of the dates selected at the time of booking. Exact park dates are required. Ticket is valid for any five (5) calendar days during an eight (8) consecutive calendar day period which commences on and includes the date selected. The ticket will expire in full on the expiration date printed on the ticket. Unused days will be forfeited.
- Hagrid’s Magical Motorbike Adventure is now open! Found in Universal’s Islands of Adventure, this brand-new attraction will take you deep into the woods of the Forbidden Forest. With lots of twists, turns and surprises along the way, you won’t want to miss your chance to ride this incredible coaster.
- Love horror films? Be sure to check out Universal Orlando’s Horror Make-Up Show. Here, you can get an up-close look at what goes into some of Hollywood’s most terrifying creatures. Watch make-up and special effects artists recreate characters using props, movie clips and interactive demonstrations.
- We always get asked if Express Passes are necessary for a Universal Orlando trip, because they’re expensive (we’re talking possibly around $250 per person per day!!!). While they can be very helpful, especially for shorter 2-day trips, if you’re taking a trip and planning on using all 5 days of this ticket, then you don’t necessarily need it. ALL the on-site resorts are beautiful and have lovely pool areas. You can stay at one of the cheapest hotels (we’re getting around $100 a night for our upcoming trips). This will get you early morning park access, so you can get there early, ride some rides, then go back to your hotel for a swim break and nap to escape the heat of mid-day. Head back to the park for more rides in the late afternoon/evening for shorter lines. With 5 full days, you’ll easily be able to hit every ride and attraction!