Costco's Universal Studios Ticket Deal Will Save You A Whole Lot Of Money

With the rising cost of admission tickets to popular theme parks having many families rethink their travel plans for this summer, Costco’s latest deal is almost too good to be true. Costco members can now purchase three-day tickets to the popular theme park destination for as little as $139. It’s a bargain that has many parents excited, as it is an affordable alternative compared to many other theme parks across the nation.

According to POPSUGAR, guests can visit Universal Studios Hollywood in California for three days for just $139. The average ticket price for a one day pass is $109 for adults or $103 for kids.

The best part of the deal is that you don’t have to visit the park for three consecutive days in a row. That’s because these passes are valid for 12 months, which means that you can visit at any time that best fits your family’s schedule.

However, there are a few restrictions that guests have to keep in mind. The three-day ticket is an e-ticket, which means that guests have to register their tickets online. Also, you must register the first day that you plan to visit. Advanced registration is also needed for the remaining two days. If you don’t visit on the day that you register, you miss out on that day.

The ticket is valid for the selected first visit date and two return visits within the 12 months of the selected first visit date. That means you have a full year to visit the park, but there are several blackout dates that are included. They include December 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, and 31 in both 2019 and 2020. You also have to use your first pass before June 15, 2020.

Many families would agree that now is a great time to visit the theme park and especially before the summer season (and long wait lines) begin. A lot of buzz is already being generated for the new Jurassic World ride that will be debuting in the coming weeks. In addition to all of the cool movie rides and attractions, families can also explore the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, which has long been a fan favorite.

For more information, visit your local Costco location.

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