The best bit? Early bookers could bag a bargain as there are currently two-night tickets on sale for £68pp – approximately the same price as a day ticket with entrance to one park.
Attraction Tickets Direct is currently offering Flex 2-night Sunday-Friday tickets for £68pp , which includes admission to two separate nights.
Which means you have extra time to check out all of the action, while also getting your fill of the resort’s rides and attractions too.
When you book the tickets, you’ll get a generous window to choose from as the Halloween Horror Nights will be available for a whopping 41 nights this year, kicking off on Friday 6th September.
The £68 price tag doesn’t include your accommodation or flights, just the tickets, but the good news is that doesn’t mean you necessarily need to break the bank to get there.
If you’re just after cheap accommodation nearby, it’s also worth considering the new budget hotel opening at the Universal Studios resort which has some rooms available for less than £80 a night.
Currently the theme park is remaining tight-lipped about exactly what it has planned for Halloween 2019, but if you want to get an idea, you can check out our review of the 2018 Halloween Horror Nights .
Not sure the terrifying mazes and scare zones are your type of thing?
The Halloween nights are, well, on the nights only – so if you are planning a trip with people who would love it, you can still go exploring the theme parks as usual in the day, without terrifying creatures waiting around the corner.
Attraction Tickets Direct also has some combo packages that could suit if you want to see all three Universal parks, or pair them with entrance to some of the Walt Disney World parks.
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