Universal Orlando Resort recently made three announcements that should make for some very excited fans of Harry Potter and/or the Today Show.
A couple of days ago, it was reported in several news sources that a family was suing Universal Studios Orlando because their warning signage was only in English.
Here are the details of the story and what I think about it all:
If you’re a fan of Universal Orlando Resort OR Universal Hollywood Resort, heads up that they have some really, REALLY good deals on tickets going on right now that you may want to consider:
If you live in the U.S., admission tickets to Universal Orlando Resort theme parks are expensive. You can save money, a lot of money in fact, if you do some work ahead of time to find whatever discounts you can. Since you’re reading this article, you’re already on your way to finding cheaper tickets. Congratulations!
I checked out prices from websites offering discounts to see where the cheapest tickets were hiding. Turns out, the prices at one website were consistently lower than everywhere else.
For the past couple of years, Universal Orlando has hosted Passholder Appreciation Days, which they call “a seven-week love letter” to their annual and seasonal passholders with exclusive offers, special events, discounts, opportunities, etc. Some of these passholder opportunities include discounts on food, Blue Man Group, Express Passes, hotels and special events, early park admission, a free passholder exclusive gift, etc. The event that always excited me the most was their exclusive passholder after-hours party. I had gone to last year’s event at Islands of Adventure and was interested in seeing how this year’s event, held at Universal Studios Florida, would compare.