Where to Buy Universal Orlando Tickets?
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We are finally going back to WDW after a 3 year hiatus. Our kids are older now - 14 and 9 -- and we'd like to add a day or two to Universal Studios. Where is the best place to purchase tickets? I found one place online last night and a two day pass was $135. However, I've read trip reports of people getting tickets for $80. That definitely sounds more doable than what I found last night.
Try undercover tourist.com. I've also seen 3 day passes in Costco. Not sure how much, though.
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This past fall we got 3 day passes at costco for the same price that I was seeing other places for 2 days. I know that's not quite what you are looking for though. They are non expiring, if that makes them more appealing to you.