Just a week after Disneyworld in Orlando announced their new admission rates Universal Orlando has increased their ticket prices.

While a one day ticket will increase by just $3/per person, families looking to go for longer will have to shell out an extra $11 for 2 days and $16 for 3 days.

Could it be Harry Potter’s fault?  Some say that the popular Wizarding World of Harry Potter, may be the culprit as the 20-acre park reportedly cost $250 million to build.

“This past year has shown us that our guests are excited by the entertainment experience we provide and the value we offer,” Universal Orlando spokesman Tom Schroder said Monday. “We worked to make sure our prices will continue to deliver the value our guests want.”

Vacationers looking for a discount will appreciate that Universal also doubled the size of the discount it offers for tickets purchased online from $10 to $20.  The deals can still be had, you’ll just have to do more planning to get them!

A full list of  Universal Orlando’s price increases:

Admission to one theme park per day:

  • One-day: $82 to $85
  • Two-day: $124.99 to $135.99
  • Three-day: $139.99 to $155.99
  • Four-day: $149.99 to $165.99

Two-park tickets:

  • One-day: $112 to $120
  • Two-day: $144.99 to $155.99
  • Three-day: $154.99 to $170.99
  • Four-day: $159.99 to $175.99
  • Fourteen-day: $194.99

Annual passes (all prices unchanged):

  • Power Pass: $159.99
  • Preferred Pass: $219.99
  • Premier Pass: $349.99

NOTE: All prices are for adults. Visitors can get $20 discounts on multiday tickets by purchasing online.


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