Check Out These Universal Orlando Resort Offers Including How to Get “Free Days”!

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Universal Orlando Resort is offering two great deals to U.S. residents to get people to come to their award-winning theme park destinations. Plus, with Fall and the spooky season upon us, guests can enjoy a festive calendar of events. Some include trick-or-treating, wearing your costumes, haunted houses, scavenger hunts, and more.

Attendees can get three days free for the price of two. How is that possible? Allow me to elaborate. Until next summer, guests who buy a 2-Day, 2-Park ticket will get three bonus days for free, letting five people go to Universal Studios Florida and Universal Islands of Adventure for the price of two. Check it out here for more details.

There are also the extended dates of the Florida resident ticket offer to November 3. So, if fans buy a 2-Park, 1-Day, Park-to-Park ticket (that was a tongue twister), guests can go to the parks any single day from now until December 24 for free. That sounds good to me. If it does to you, click here.

But wait, there is more. Just announced, Florida residents can save up to $100 on select passes so they can experience what Universal Orlando offers for a full year. The seasonal passes come with benefits and perks to enjoy. This offer does have Blackout dates on certain passes. More information about it can be found here.

Universal Orlando also makes it appealing to stay longer with their hotel rates as low as $79 a night. So if you want more information about Universal Orlando, guest and team member’s health and safety, the parks, and any available offers, you can go to their website.

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