Walt Disney World recently raised ticket prices, and now we’ve learned Universal Orlando Resort has done the same.
The current cost for a 1-day, 1-park ticket ranges from $115 – $135, depending on when you visit. According to My News 13, the highest price has gone up by $11 from $124. Park-to-Park 1-day tickets now range from $170 – $190.
A Universal spokeswoman said the price increase happened “some time ago,” but it’s not clear exactly when. “Our pricing reflects the world-class entertainment we offer our guests,” spokeswoman Alyson Lundell told My News 13. “We always work to provide value-driven options for our guests throughout the year. For example, our multi-day tickets offer per-day pricing as low as $53, and we continuously feature special offers on tickets and packages.”
News of the price increase comes as Universal Orlando Resort gets ready to welcome the new Hagrid’s Magical Creatures Motorbike Adventure attraction in The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. The “Harry Potter”-themed rides are consistently some of the most popular attractions at Universal Orlando, and we’re expecting this new coaster to be a hit when it opens on June 13.
Were you planning to visit Universal Orlando Resort soon? It’s not too late to buy your tickets at the pre-rate increase prices! While supplies last you can contact Undercover Tourist for discounted tickets here.
Universal Orlando Resort is also currently offering a ticket discount — five days for the price of two if you purchase by June 12. These tickets must be used by December 20, 2019, and blackout dates apply from July 1 – 31. To purchase, click here.