Universal Orlando unleashes BOGO ticket offer for Halloween Horror Nights 29


BOGO admission tickets and special vacation packages are now on sale for Universal Orlando's 2019 Halloween Horror Nights Event. - UNIVERSAL CITY STUDIOS LLC VIA WORLD INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICE
  • Universal City Studios LLC via World Intellectual Property Office
  • BOGO admission tickets and special vacation packages are now on sale for Universal Orlando's 2019 Halloween Horror Nights Event.
Apparently it's never too early to start screaming over savings, because a full seven months before Halloween Horror Nights 29 is set to begin, Universal Orlando is already advertising a limited-time "buy one night, get one free" offer on event tickets, along with various vacation packages.

Fans of Universal Orlando's annual Halloween event can now purchase special ticket and vacation packages for 2019's Halloween Horror Nights (HHN), which will return for 41 evenings between Sept. 6 and Nov. 2. The limited-time ticket offer, which is available now through June 5, provides a "flex" ticket good for two nights of admission on any Sunday through Friday event night (the deal excludes Saturdays) for $81.99 plus tax.

The Halloween Horror Nights Hotel and Ticket Package starts at $145 per person per night (based on quad occupancy) and includes a four-night stay at the new Endless Summer Resort, plus a four-day/three-park Universal Orlando park-to-park ticket, and two nights of admission (Sunday-Friday only) to HHN. You can book HHN vacation packages now through Nov. 1, for stays between Sept. 6 and Nov. 2, 2019. Details on this year's HHN themes and attractions haven't yet been announced, but Universal promises 10 haunted houses, featuring a mix of original themes and familiar intellectual properties. For more information about HHN 29 or to purchase tickets, visit HalloweenHorrorNights.com/Orlando.

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