Universal Orlando raised ticket prices today at the parks, following Disney World by just a few days. Of course, the one-day one-park option saw an increase in price, which is now up $5 to $110. This is a 4.8% increase in price. Park-to-park tickets now start at $165, a $10 jump in price, or a 6% increase in price. When those dreaded peak season ticket prices kick in, an adult ticket will run you $124 for one-day one-park, an increase of 4.2% and $179 for two-park tickets, a 5.9% increase in price.
Update 12:20 PM: A Universal spokesperson has reached out to clarify that the information published to travel agents is incorrect and that they have not released information regarding one day pricing to Volcano Bay at this time.
Universal Orlando did not increase the price of annual passes at this time, with the season pass still starting at $260.
The resort is currently still running multiple promotions to save on ticket purchases, including 3 months free on an annual pass and buy 2 days and get two days free. For more information on Universal Orlando tickets, visit our Orlando Informer Center here.