It has been an interesting week for Halloween Horror Nights fans at Universal Orlando Resort. What was supposed to be a full-on reveal accidentally got leaked earlier this week. For those who have been living under a rock, Universal has announced that ‘Jack the Clown’ is back! If you don’t know the long history of this infamous character, Universal did an interview about him here.

The world’s premier Halloween event for Halloween Horror Nights is celebrating it’s 30th anniversary. Starting on September 3rd to October 31st, on selected nights.

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As coined as the OG icon of the event, Jack will be everywhere, leading to nowhere to hide. There will be plenty of screaming for those who attend and fear is after you. Unsuspecting “Jack Attacks” offer his presence from the streets and haunted houses as he will be lurking around every corner.

Bringing Back Fan Favorites

For those who attend the event or veterans, know that there are plenty of ways to customize your haunting experience. Stay, scream, and save for those who purchase single night tickets up to $52 dollars. If you want the full on VIP treatment for priority access towards the haunted houses, guests can book the RIP Tour. Unmasking the Horror Tours is the behind-the-scenes look for a daytime, lights-on tour. This is for the fans that want to know everything about the mazes.

For those who are wanting to purchase vacation packages can save up to $200 dollars, starting up to $149 dollars per person and per night. On-resort hotel guests will get exclusive benefits such as; dedicated front gate entry (with valid admission), free transpiration towards Universal’s theme parks and Citywalk.

To purchase your tickets and reservations by visiting the link here for more.

Brand New For This Year

At Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort as an all-new “limited-time” experience will be offered. “Jack’d Up” and where guests can get look into the mad world of Jack. Sinister environments inspired by his past encounters of Halloween Horror Nights history. The hotel’s Swizzle Lounge lobby bar will transform into the “Horror Icons Bar”, and feature specialty beverages and snacks. Inspired the infamous icons for their props and costumes of the legacy of the event.

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To learn more by visiting their site by clicking here.

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