Universal has quietly released the biggest piece of Volcano Bay information that we have all been waiting for – the cost of a one-day ticket. According to the Universal Orlando site, a 1-Day Volcano Bay Anytime Season Ticket will cost $67.00 per adult and $62.00 per child. You may be asking yourself, “What is a Anytime Season Ticket?” Well, Universal also restructured some of their terminology, and now they have two ticket tiers – Value Season and Anytime Season. Technically Mixed Season Tickets are also available, and that would be when it may be Anytime at Volcano Bay, but Value at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure.
We also now have pricing for 3-Park 1-Day Tickets, which weren’t announced before. The Value Season price for this option will be $205.00 per adult and $200.00 per child. The Anytime Season price for this option will be $219.00 per adult and $214.00 per child.
Annual Passholders also have their answer on how they will be able to get into Volcano Bay. 2-Park and 3-Park Annual Passes will be available to purchase. The 3-Park Premiere Pass, which includes no blockout dates to Volcano Bay, costs $688.99 and only $638.99 for Florida Residents. Any 2-Park Premiere Passholders can upgrade to this ticket at anytime for $149. The Preferred, Power, and Seasonal Passes can also be upgraded from a 2-Park Pass to a 3-Park Pass for $99.
The 3-Park Preferred Pass, which includes blockout dates only to Volcano Bay from July 1-31, 2017, costs $483.99 and only $448.99 for Florida Residents. The 3-Park Power Pass, which includes blockout dates to Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and Volcano Bay, costs $443.99 and only $418.99 for Florida Residents. The 3-Park Seasonal Pass, which includes even more blockout dates to Universal Studios, Islands of Adventure, and Volcano Bay, costs $383.99 and only $358.99 for Florida Residents.
Pricing was also released for Universal Express at Volcano Bay. Universal Express Unlimited will start at $39.99 per person, per day, plus tax, with many of the summer dates ranging from $59.99 to $79.99. Universal Express will start at $19.99 per person, per day, plus tax, with many of the summer dates ranging from $34.99 to $49.99. Express will work the exact same way as it does at Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. Instead of receiving a scheduled return time with the TapuTapu wearable, you will be able to ride when you want at participating attractions.
Universal also released other add-ons in this update that are currently not available to purchase including Cabana Rentals and Premium Seating. Here is the description released for Cabana Rentals:
Relax, unwind and enjoy the charms of your own private cabana in paradise with extra-comfy seating, concierge service and more. Each retreat offers padded lounge chairs, a small refrigerator stocked with bottled water, complimentary fruit and snack basket, towel and locker service, plus concierge service with an exclusive menu of food and drink delivered directly to the cabana. One-story and two-story retreats are located throughout the park.
Here is the description released for Premium Seating:
Relax with the comfort and convenience of reserved seating for the day. Includes a pair of padded loungers with an adjustable shade canopy and a built-in storage lockbox. Plus, you can enjoy the services of an area attendant who’ll see to your food and drink orders.
The Universal Dining Plan is also available to purchase and use at Volcano Bay at participating quick service restaurants. Pricing for the Universal Dining Plan starts at $22.99 per adult, per day and $14.99 per child, per day.
Volcano Bay opens May 25, so get your tickets now and then play later!