BREAKING: Universal Orlando Premier Annual Passholders Required to Make Reservation to Use Complimentary Halloween Horror Nights Ticket in 2025

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BREAKING: Universal Orlando Premier Annual Passholders Required to Make Reservation to Use Complimentary Halloween Horror Nights Ticket in 2025

The updated benefits for Universal Orlando Annual Passes have been released for 2024, and they include an interesting update for Premier Annual Pass holders hoping to use their included single-night admission to Halloween Horror Nights in 2025.

New Reservation Requirement for Complimentary Halloween Horror Nights Ticket

As part of their pass perks, Premier Annual Pass holders receive one free night admission to Halloween Horror Nights, available to use on select nights only.

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For 2024, as with previous years, advance online reservations to use the complimentary admission are not required. Premier Annual Pass holders can simply show up on one of their allowed nights to attend Halloween Horror Nights, scan their pass, and walk right through the turnstiles, no reservation needed.

However, starting with the 2025 event, Premier Pass holders will be required to make an advance online reservation to use their complimentary ticket for Halloween Horror Nights. Reservations will be subject to event capacity, and each annual pass of this tier only receives one reservation. This change was revealed on the Pass Benefits page of the official Universal Orlando website.

Epic Universe is expected to open in the summer of 2025 and will likely draw large crowds, which may be one of the reasons for this change.

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How do you feel about this change? Will this affect your plans for visiting Halloween Horror Nights in 2025? Share your thoughts with us in the comments.

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