Universal’s 2018 Halloween Horror Nights
Universal Studios is putting on another “Halloween Horror Nights” (HHN) event for 2018 on select nights from September 14- November 3rd. This year, Universal Studios is centering HHN on Season one of “Stranger Things” in a maze production as one of their attractions. Visitors will be able to experience all the supernatural scenes from the show. HHN will be presented at Orlando, Florida, Hollywood, California, Singapore and Japan facilities.
There has not been any information on how many attractions will be available during HHN, however, if its similar to previous years, there will be a few. I am certainly excited to see what they have to bring to the table for this years’ Halloween Horror Nights event.
Currently, you have the option to purchase flex tickets. With flex tickets, purchase a ticket prior to June 6, 2018, and you receive another HHN night free. The days must be between Sunday and Friday excluding Saturdays. As of this posting, online ticket prices are $77.99 per person with tax. For more details and to buy tickets, click here.
In addition, if you are coming from a far distance and would like to make hotel accommodations, Universal also has a hotel and ticket package. The package comes with a 4-night hotel accommodation, 4-day park-to-park tickets to three of Universal’s parks, one night to the Halloween Horror Night with one additional night free, early admission to the parks and access to select live entertainment venues at Universal’s CityWalk. The starting price for this package is $215.00 per person and the offer ends June 6, 2018. For a complete description and to buy tickets, click here.
Keep in mind that the HHN tickets are generally separate costs in addition to regular park admission. Thus, if you know you may be going to Universal during October, these deals may be for you. In addition, Universal has a warning sign that some events may not be suitable for children under the age of 13. If you have small children, they may get too scared to really enjoy these activities, in which case if may be better to do the regular parks.
I hope you found this article informative and it gave you some insight for Universal’s 2018 Halloween Horror Nights.
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