In a move that surprises absolutely no one, Universal Orlando has increased all of their ticket prices just four days after Walt Disney World increased their prices.
For the first time, Universal has broken the $100 dollar barrier for a 1-Day/1-Park admission ticket by raising their costs to $102 + tax for adults and $97 + tax for children, which is up from $96 + tax for adults and $90 + tax for children. The rest of the 1-Park admission tickets were also raised from their previous prices. Now you’re looking at $149.99/$139.99 + tax for a 2-Day ticket, $159.99/$149.99 + tax for a 3-Day ticket and $169.99/$159.99 + tax for a 4-Day ticket.
Pricing for a Park-to-Park admission ticket now looks like this – $147/$142 + tax for a 1-Day ticket, $194.99/$184.99 + tax for a 2-Day ticket, $204.99/$194.99 + tax for a 3-Day ticket and $214.99/$204.99 for a 4-Day ticket.
Annual Pass prices for Florida residents now cost $189.99 + tax for the Power Pass, $259.99 + tax for the Preferred Pass and $384.99 + tax for the Premier Pass. Orlando FlexTickets, which also include admission to Wet ‘n Wild, SeaWorld and Aquatica now cost $335.95/$315.99 + tax or $355.95/$335.95 + tax if you upgrade to the FlexTicket Plus to include Busch Gardens Tampa.