Universal Orlando Resort is offering guests three days free with the purchase of two-day park tickets, the latest of several deals the company has offered recently.
U.S. residents who purchase a two-day, two-park ticket (starting at $243.99 per adult) through Jan. 6 will get an additional three days for free. The tickets are good for visits now through Aug. 31. There are no blackout days.
Additionally, Universal has extended another recent deal. Under that unprecedented offer, Florida residents who buy a one-day, park-to-park ticket (starting at $164 per adult) can visit the parks an unlimited number of days through Dec. 24 for free. Initially, the tickets could have been purchased through Sept. 30, but that purchase date has been extended to Nov. 30.
Florida residents can also take advantage of a new deal: savings of up to $100 on select annual and seasonal passes. The offer is available on purchases through Dec. 17. Blackout dates do apply on some passes.
Like other theme parks, Universal closed in March to help quell the spread of Covid-19. The parks reopened in early June with reduced capacities and new health and safety measures in place.