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Universal Studios Orlando Florida Residents Offers

Discussion in 'Universal Studios/Islands of Adventure News & Rumo' started by Wendy, Jan 13, 2012.

  1. Wendy

    Wendy A hui hou kakou makuakane Staff Member Administrator

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    Universal Studio's Mardi Gras is included as part of regular admission to Universal Studios.

    Florida residents can take advantage of these special offers:

    Save up to $25 on any Two-Park Annual Pass

    For a limited time, save up to $25 on any Annual Pass and enjoy an entire year of thrills:

    • Power Pass – $154.99 after savings (plus tax)

    • Preferred Pass – $199.99 after savings (plus tax)

    • Premier Pass – $324.99 after savings (plus tax)

    Offer is also available on FlexPay, Universal Orlando’s monthly payment option.

    Must be purchased and activated by April 15, 2012 with specially-marked Coca-Cola and Wendy’s products.

    Visit UniversalOrlando.com for full details and to learn about the benefits of each annual pass

    Exclusive Florida Resident Mardi Gras Getaway

    • 2-night accommodations at a nearby Universal Partner Hotel

    • Florida Resident 2-day Park-to-Park ticket to both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure

    • Early park admission to select attractions in Islands of Adventure

    • Starts at $109 per adult, per night, tax inclusive

    • Upgrade to an on-site hotel and receive complimentary Universal Express access to skip the regular lines in both theme parks (a free benefit worth up to $87 per person, per day)

    After 5 p.m. Ticket Offer

    Includes admission to Universal Studios Florida for one night after 5 p.m. to enjoy the attractions and the Mardi Gras festivities

    $59.99 plus tax if purchased in advance; $74.99 plus tax at the front gate

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