At this year’s all-new Halloween Horror Nights, the 80s return with a vengeance, bringing with it some of the biggest frights of the era. Cinematic screams and horrifying cult classics come alive in 10 all-new haunted houses – including the return of Netflix’s Stranger Things featuring seasons 2 & 3, and Universal Pictures’ legendary Universal Monsters. Plus, with five pulse-pounding scare zones, outrageous live entertainment and some of your favorite rides and attractions open throughout the night, there will be no escape from the decade that just won’t die.

The World’s Premier Halloween Events runs for 41 nights from Sept. 6 – Nov. 2, and you won’t want to miss out on everything this year’s event has to offer. There are plenty of options for those who are brave enough to attend; including single and multi-night tickets, hotel & ticket packages and event extras.

Single Night Tickets

Guests looking for a single night of fright can save up to $53 when they purchase their ticket online. Choose from one of 41 event nights, with the greatest savings taking place on select Sunday-Thursday event nights.

Multi-Night Tickets

Avoid Halloween Horror Nights FOMO with a multi-night ticket. Experience more horror without the pressure to do it all in one night since you can come back again and again. And, if you’re looking for a little something extra to add to your event experience, you can skip the regular lines at all haunted houses, plus participating rides and attractions when you purchase a multi-night ticket with Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass. Learn more about the multi-night ticket options, and purchase online to get savings off of the gate price.

Hotel & Ticket Packages

Halloween Horror Nights Hotel & Ticket packages offer a whole host of benefits, including the opportunity to stay at Universal Orlando’s newest resort, Universal’s Endless Summer Resort – Surfside Inn and Suites. Plus, you’ll get daytime admission to Universal’s three amazing theme parks, Halloween Horror Nights event admission, special access to a dedicated Halloween Horror Nights entry gate each event night until 8:30pm (select hotels only) and more.

Event Extras

Don’t be caught dead without this year’s Halloween Horror Nights event extras. Skip the regular lines at all haunted houses, plus at participating rides and attractions with a Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass. Or, for the true blood-red carpet treatment, join other Halloween Horror Nights fans on an R.I.P. Tour, where you’ll get priority front-of-the-line access at haunted houses and participating attractions. If you’re looking for a more personalized Halloween Horror Nights experience, the Private R.I.P. Tour allows for a customized itinerary for you and your group, with unlimitedentry to haunted houses and participating attractions. Fuel up for the fear with the Scareactor Dining Experience. Guests can enjoy an all-you-care-to-enjoy dinner buffet with scareactors from this year’s event, and one digital download of a photo taken during the dinner. All event extras require separate event admission and are subject to availability.

Annual and Seasonal Passholder Discounts

Don’t worry, Passholders, we didn’t forget about you. Annual & Seasonal Passholders can access their own special discounts, including savings on single-night tickets, select multi-night tickets, hotel + ticket packages and select event extras. Premier Annual Passholders – don’t forget about your free select night of admission to Halloween Horror Nights loaded right onto your pass. All you have to do is swipe your Pass at the Universal Studios Florida front gate on one of the following nights: Sep. 6, 7, 8, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 25, 26, 27, 28 Oct. 2, 9, 23, 29, 30 or Nov. 1.

So grab your fanny packs (if that’s still a “thing”), catch up on all of the announcements for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, and stay tuned to the blog for more details on haunted houses, scare zones and live entertainment. You won’t want to miss out – because the only thing scarier than this event, is missing it.

Credit: Denielle Ricci, Content Engagement for Universal Orlando Resort


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