Forget Christmas cards! Make someone’s holiday season merry and nutty by sending them a postcard featuring Earl the Squirrel and friends. The Universal Tribute Store and Post at Universal Studios Florida is now selling packs of postcards with 5 different designs. Who wouldn’t love to open their mailbox to a special postcard from Universal Orlando?
Earl the Squirrel Postcards – $10
The pack of postcards can be found at the registers inside the Holiday Tribute Store. Each pack contains 5 postcards, each with a different design. If you purchased a photo to be displayed in the Holiday Tribute Store, these were included in the purchase. For guests who did not purchase the photo op, the cards are now available for $10 a pack. One design shows Earl in front of the Universal Studios Florida entrance arch, decorated in lights and Christmas stockings with “Discover Your Universal Holiday!” written on it. Another postcard shows Earl at a snowy Volcano Bay for some “Holiday Fun in the Sun”. “Your Holiday Adventure Awaits” at Islands of Adventure. The Islands of Adventure lighthouse is almost unrecognizable as Earl transforms it into a Christmas tree. “Happy Holidays from Our Universe to Yours!” The Universal globe is a little easier to recognitze, despite Earl turning it into a giant ornament. And finally, tell someone “Happy Holidays from Earl and Us” with the Earl’s Tree Farm design.
Did you know you can send letters and postcards from Universal Orlando? There are mailboxes in Hogsmeade, Diagon Alley, Port of Entry, and the Hello Kitty Shop and a Team Member can put a special ink stamp on your mail. You can also have your mail postmarked with one of the unique markings and then take it home to mail later. The Owl Post in Hogsmeade sells books of stamps, though, if you do want to purchase stamps in the park.
Share your love the holidays at Universal by sending your friends and family a postcard from Universal Orlando. Be sure to stop by the Tribute Store and grab them soon so you can send them out in time for the holidays. Will you be picking up some Earl the Squirrel and friends holiday postcards this year? Which design is your favorite?