Universal Orlando Universal Orlando: Buy a 2-Day Ticket and Get 2 Extra Days For Free Buy 2, Get 2 Ticket Days Free

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If you were thinking of taking the family down to Universal Orlando Resort, you won't want to miss out on this new special offer. For a limited time when you purchase a 2-day park ticket, you'll receive 2 extra days for free!

With prices starting from $204.99US for the 2-Parks, 1 Park Per Day ticket, you'll be able to stretch out your vacation dollar and enjoy twice as much time at the theme parks.

Now you can put all that extra money you'll be saving towards stuffing your face at Voodoo Doughnut, or finally picking up that Harry Potter wand from Ollivanders that you've always had your eye on.

Remember that ticket usage must be completed by its expiry date of May 31, 2019 and the following blackout dates apply: December 26-December 31, 2018. Make sure to also check out our article for tips on saving time and money at Universal Orlando.

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    • I bought my tickets a few days ago from www.loveorlandotickets.ca for slightly cheaper than the deal straight from Universal.

      I was comparing Universal, Undercover tourist and loveorlando. After FX conversion on my credit card, the deal in CAD$ from loveorlando was just slightly better. If you have a card that has no FX charges (Stack) then you are probably better from the US sites. The prices on LoveOrlando and Undercover Tourist have been pretty static over the past few months I've been watching. This deal just makes Universal comparable.
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    • Next time I buy tickets I'm gonna post on this forum before to make sure everyone waits a bit. Seems like a week or 2 after I buy there's always a deal. Happened with Disney a month ago and now with Universal this week :)

      Universal rarely has these kind of deals, I have a feeling they didn't sell enough tickets for Christmas time - which probably means better crowd levels too.
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    • I go to Orlando every 5 years or so and it always amazes me how much $$ Parks are every time. I always think they've reached a ceiling and then prices go higher. Remember when Universal was a cheap, or at least cheaper, alternative to Disney. That being said, thanks OP
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    • How many days do you need for Universals Studios? 4 days seems a bit long?
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    • Am planning to go this winter break with my wife and parents. This comes at a good time; I haven't been to USO for a loooong time so I'm wondering how many days should I spend there?
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    • Simby wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 11:03 am
      How many days do you need for Universals Studios? 4 days seems a bit long?
      I'd say 3-4 days is a good amount for most people. You can probably do everything you want in 2 days but you'll be rushing around. If you enjoy a more leisurely pace to your visit 3-4 will definitely allow for that. Check out the website and see what you want to do. If you're not into the big thrill rides, that'll significantly reduce the amount of time you need at the parks since they typically have the longest lines.
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    • TomRFD wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 11:27 am
      I'd say 3-4 days is a good amount for most people. You can probably do everything you want in 2 days but you'll be rushing around. If you enjoy a more leisurely pace to your visit 3-4 will definitely allow for that. Check out the website and see what you want to do. If you're not into the big thrill rides, that'll significantly reduce the amount of time you need at the parks since they typically have the longest lines.
      I bought 3 day tickets and we also have 4 day Disney tickets for a 9 day trip. I'm planning on avoiding all parks on the weekends when we go in about a months time too.

      I'm aiming for 2 days Universal for sure, with the option of an evening or half day to use the 3rd day of my ticket. It was going to cost $50 (total) more for 3 of us to get a 4th day, but it felt like a stretch to get that 4th day in, even as a partial day, so I saved my $50. In reality after parking, snacks etc the $50 would jump up!

      I've been twice before to Universal and done both parks easily in 2 days first time and 1 day 2nd time. The 2nd time was after a business trip and I was by myself and flew around the parks in single rider lines, was awesome! All in I'd say 4 days is a bit much, unless you are going to go at super busy times or at a really leisurely pace.

      As noted in my first post - this deal just makes Universal comparable to what's been offered on other sites by my reckoning, it's also only good if you're going to use 4 days. Obviously don't buy the 4th day unless you plan on using it, saves a few $$ and buy a 2 or 3 day ticket elsewhere.
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    • Hobbess wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 11:39 am
      I bought 3 day tickets and we also have 4 day Disney tickets for a 9 day trip. I'm planning on avoiding all parks on the weekends when we go in about a months time too.

      I'm aiming for 2 days Universal for sure, with the option of an evening or half day to use the 3rd day of my ticket. It was going to cost $50 (total) more for 3 of us to get a 4th day, but it felt like a stretch to get that 4th day in, even as a partial day, so I saved my $50. In reality after parking, snacks etc the $50 would jump up!

      I've been twice before to Universal and done both parks easily in 2 days first time and 1 day 2nd time. The 2nd time was after a business trip and I was by myself and flew around the parks in single rider lines, was awesome! All in I'd say 4 days is a bit much, unless you are going to go at super busy times or at a really leisurely pace.

      As noted in my first post - this deal just makes Universal comparable to what's been offered on other sites by my reckoning, it's also only good if you're going to use 4 days. Obviously don't buy the 4th day unless you plan on using it, saves a few $$ and buy a 2 or 3 day ticket elsewhere.
      There's definitely a lot to consider but if you were planning on buying a 2-day ticket or 4-day ticket, this is a no brainer buy. You'll either get extra days (whether you'll use them or not is another question) or save some money.

      I went twice this year and did 2-day and 1-day visits. The 2-day visit was good and we managed to do everything we wanted to. We didn't get all of what we wanted to do on our 1-day visit and we were hustling around. I think 3-days would be perfect however I wouldn't say no to a 4th day if it were free. I wouldn't need any more than that.
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    • If only there was a way to turn the two extra days into one park hopper to ride the hogwarts express. Not worth spending the extra money just to ride it... four days is a bit much. Wish Disney has buy 2 get 2
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    • Some numbers, using FX at 1.34, all numbers are inclusive of Tax and in CAD$:

      Universal - 2-4 days - $378
      Undercover Tourist - 2-4 days - $363
      Loverorlandotickets.ca - 2 days = $336, 3 days = $355, 4 days = $372

      If you're going for less than 4 days, buy from loveorlando. If you're going for a 4th day, buy from Undercover tourist. The 2 days aren't really free, as noted by my choice, it was cheaper to buy 3 days specifically than 2+2 (not by much, but enough).
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    • Simby wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 11:03 am
      How many days do you need for Universals Studios? 4 days seems a bit long?
      Keep in mind there are two theme parks, so at minimum a day each of you want to see it all, and that's with lowish crowd levels.

      This promo comes at a perfect time for us, we're heading there end of Nov for 3.5 days. We'll be able to spend everyday in a park if we want.
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    • Hobbess wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 11:39 am
      I'm planning on avoiding all parks on the weekends when we go in about a months time too.
      I've been told on more than one occasion that weekends are actually a good time to go as most travelers typically stay from Saturday to Saturday and don't typically start going to parks until Monday and later. How true this is, not really sure, makes sense but haven't really been able to detect a true difference in my few visits there.
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    • jetcap wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 12:46 pm
      I've been told on more than one occasion that weekends are actually a good time to go as most travelers typically stay from Saturday to Saturday and don't typically start going to parks until Monday and later. How true this is, not really sure, makes sense but haven't really been able to detect a true difference in my few visits there.
      It's hit or miss on what day of the week to visit. Weekends will always have more local visitors though because that's when most are off work and Florida resident passes are cheap so a lot of people have them.
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    • This might help some of you that are interested...

      2 Parks, on all 4 days
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      Choice of 1 Park, for the 4 days

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      Prices in USD
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    • Simby wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 11:03 am
      How many days do you need for Universals Studios? 4 days seems a bit long?
      Three was perfect for my daughter and I. One day at each park and then an extra day to redo a bunch of rides. spent a chunk of the time in potter world and way to much time on gut wrenching rides. Rip Ride Rockit should be avoided at all costs. My neck still hurts😁. Adding that we mostly did single ride lines when possible to speed the process up. This trip was about maximizing extreme ride time. Luckily I was allowed down time in Potter World.
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    • ChiliPalmer wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 3:00 pm
      This might help some of you that are interested...

      2 Parks, on all 4 days

      Tickets.png


      Choice of 1 Park, for the 4 days


      Tickets 2.png


      Prices in USD
      https://www.undercovertourist.com/orlan ... do-resort/

      Pre-tax for comparison 2 park-to-park, 2+2day = $255USD

      The Universal deal can be found for better elsewhere.
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    • Any hotel deals / suggestions to tag along this Buy 2 Get 2 free?
      Would be in Orlando January 13th (or 14th) to 19th , with 3-4 days at Universals and the balance at Disney.
      Thanks!
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    • I was there about a month ago. 1 day per park is more than enough. We got to the park around 10 AM, covered 'ALL' the rides (using Single Rider Lines though) and still had time to spare around evening. More than a day is an overkill IMO.
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    • We bought this 2day + 2day free, park-to-park tickets last year and I would say it's about perfectly enough so you're not rushing. If you're a Potter fan, I suggest the park-to-park tickets to ride the train(Hogwarts Express) to get between the 2 parks(Universal Studios/Island of Adventure.).

      We spent the late afternoons/evenings at Volcano bay to relax after the all walking/rides at Universal Studios/Island of Adventure.
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    • plsavaria wrote:
      Sep 17th, 2018 3:44 pm
      Any hotel deals / suggestions to tag along this Buy 2 Get 2 free?
      Would be in Orlando January 13th (or 14th) to 19th , with 3-4 days at Universals and the balance at Disney.
      Thanks!
      One of the things holding me back from this deal is actually getting a seasonal annual pass, which is $285 for adult but it gives you 25% off hotel rates at universal.
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