Universal Orlando is adding seasonal pricing and increasing its one-day tickets sold at the gate during peak times, according to a theme park spokesperson.
“This affects our walk-up price only,” Universal Orlando spokesperson Tom Schroder said in an email.
Adult guests who purchase one-day, park-to-park tickets at the gate will pay $169 – $14 more – during peak times of the year. A park-to-park pass for a child will cost $164 at the gate.
Ticket prices will also increase $14 for a one-day, one-park ticket purchased at the gate. An adult ticket will be $119, and a child ticket will be $114.
Universal Orlando said the flex pricing will be implemented during the theme park’s “most popular times.” Those dates have not been released.
Tickets purchased online, tickets purchased in advance and multi-day tickets will not be affected by the seasonal price increase.
Before the changes, a one-day, park-to-park ticket cost $155 for adults and $150 for children at the gate.
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