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BREAKING: Tickets Now On Sale for Halloween Horror Nights 30 at Universal Studios Florida

After a terrifying 2020 without it, Halloween Horror Nights is back with a vengeance at Universal Studios Florida. Tickets are now on sale for the 30th edition of the annual event, featuring haunted houses, scarezones, live entertainment and more.

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Tickets can be purchased on the Universal Orlando Resort app for dates running from Friday, September 3rd to Sunday, October 31st. They can be accessed by going to “Things to Do” and then “Events.”

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Prices start at $70.99 for general admission, with Express Pass starting at an additional $69.99

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Only select dates are available for single tickets, which are September 3rd, 4th, and 9th-12th. Multi-Day passes are currently unavailable in the app.

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Tour tickets are also on sale for select nights in September and October, including the R.I.P. Tour and the Behind-the-Screams: Unmasking the Horror Tour, which offers a daytime lights-on look at three or six haunted houses.

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Work is already underway to bring the fearsome event to life, with both internal and external applications being accepted for entertainment roles. So far, two haunted houses have been announced: Puppet Theatre: Captive Audience, which was originally planned for 2020 and announced in a behind-the-scenes video (though it’s not listed on the event website), and Beetlejuice, which opened in a modified form as part of Universal Orlando’s Halloween celebrations last year.

Of course, if you’re someone who just can’t get enough of Halloween Horror Nights, you can take a trip through “the hallow’d past” with our retrospective series, “30 Years of Fear.

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Sam
Sam
5 months ago

Hmmm, not seeing that on the android version. I see HHN, just not the option to buy a ticket

Brian
Brian
5 months ago

It’s so much cheaper than boo bash. And you get more for your money.