What are the things you associate with Halloween Horror Nights? Great haunted houses, scare actors, long lines? Well for people who want a more intimate experience, Premium Scream Night is for you. On August 29th at Universal Studios Orlando, Halloween Horror Nights guests will have limited capacity and shorter wait times. Tickets for the night go on sale on Thursday, June 6th.

Premium Scream Night guests will earn the ultimate bragging rights as they will be among the first to face this year’s slate of all-new frights comprised of 10 horrifying, movie-quality haunted houses inspired by cinematic greats and eerie original stories created by the twisted minds of Universal’s Entertainment team, five scare zones filled with hordes of menacing creatures and outrageous live entertainment. Ticketholders will also enjoy:

  • Everything fans love about the world’s premier Halloween event in a more intimate experience – complete with limited capacity and shorter wait times;
  • Staggered entry by group into the haunted houses, so everyone will fall prey to the scares lurking at every turn;
  • A selection of all-you-care-to-enjoy food items created by Universal’s award-winning culinary team and inspired by this season’s haunts, as well as non-alcoholic beverages;
  • An exclusive event souvenir credential and lanyard;
  • Access to select attractions at Universal Studios Florida;
  • Free self-parking on August 29.

Tickets will be extremely limited and available for purchase online beginning June 6th for $350 plus tax. Universal Annual and Seasonal Passholders can purchase tickets for $325 plus tax.

Halloween Horror Nights in Orlando kicks off on August 30th and goes through select nights until November 3rd. We’ll be getting full details about the event soon. To get more info and buy tickets visit https://www.universalorlando.com/hhn/en/us.

Does That Sound Like It’s Worth Buying For Halloween Horror Nights?

I know that the lines at Halloween Horror Nights get quite long, especially as you get closer to Halloween. There are options for the Express Pass and RIP Tour during the normal Horror Nights schedule, but this is an entirely different experience. Even with those passes, you’re still getting shuffled through the houses at the normal pace. Going through with staggered groups lets you see everything in the house without being constrained on time. For the VIP of VIPs this sounds like the best experience possible.

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