Universal Studios’ ‘Halloween Horror Nights’ Tickets On Sale Now

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Prepare to be scared.

Or we should say, prepare to be, like, totally scared to the max because Universal Studios has just released tickets for its Halloween Horror Nights, featuring the 1980s-themed cultural phenomenon, Stranger Things. The 41-select-night Orlando event will feature ten haunted houses and five scare zones between September 6 and November 2.

Stranger Things not your thing? No worries. Other haunted houses will feature the following themes: “Depths of Fear,” “Universal Monsters,” and “Nightingales: Blood Pit.”

Ticket prices vary according to event and night and are sold as single night or multiple night packages. The base price at the gate for a single night ticket is $119.99. And if you dare to visit Halloween Horror Nights every time it’s available, it’ll cost you $679.99, which includes Express Pass.

However, advance purchase tickets are available online and are significantly lower in price.

Billed as the world’s premier Halloween Event, Universal Studios has this to say about Halloween Horror Nights on their website:

This year, the 80’s return with a vengeance with 10 totally terrifying haunted houses, 5 pulse-pounding scare zones and outrageous live entertainment. From cinematic screams to the most horrifying cult classics, there’s no escape from the decade that just won’t die.

Halloween Horror Nights is an after-hours event, and regular admission tickets to the park do not include Horror Nights. And for those closer to Hollywood, Singapore, or Japan, have no fear: there’s more information to come on the Halloween Horror Night Events in your neighborhoods. Check the website below for updates.

For ticket ordering and more information, visit Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights

Michelle

Michelle is Young Adult fiction writer, professional fangirl, and card-carrying nerd. (Her mint collection of Empire Strikes Back collector cards prove it.) She spends her days expanding young minds in a classroom and her nights glued to the television, where you'll find her watching her fave sci-fi/supernatural (lowercase) shows, Supernatural (upper case) or binging an obscure show from another country. In addition to her fictional work, she’s written for a local newspaper, corporate website, and pretty much every one of her husband’s papers in college. You can follow her on Twitter @EmCeeCollins

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