Universal Orlando raises ticket prices at gate

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Universal Orlando is increasing the price of one-day tickets sold at the gate during the park's "most popular times."

The seasonal pricing strategy started Friday and increases the price of one-day tickets sold at the gate by $14 dollars.



A one-day, park-to-park ticket at the gate will be $169 for an adult and $164 for a child. The one-park ticket will be $119 for an adult and $114 for a child, if bought at the gate, according to WESH

The increase in price only affects one-day tickets purchased at the gate, so plan ahead. 


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