Well, it was bound to happen!
Universal Orlando has changed its ticketing structure to get ready for the mass influx of visitors expected this spring for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Here’s a few of the changes:
Under the new structure, which Universal dubbed “U Select,” the base price for a one-day, one-park ticket remains unchanged at $79.
But the per-day price drops for some longer stays. A three-day ticket, for instance, will cost $125 when purchased online — or roughly $42 a day. A four-day ticket bought online will cost $135 — about $34 a day.
If you’re familiar with how Disney prices its tickets, you’ll be happy to know that Universal is following suit and pricing tickets to reward guests with cheap stays if they reserve for a longer period of time. You can read more about the (somewhat) complicated structure here.
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