If your holiday plans have been ruined this year, look ahead to 2021. There are some great offers out there including this new magic ticket deal from Harry Potter’s home, Universal Orlando.
Exclusively for British and Irish visitors, you can buy a three-park ticket for seven consecutive days, to be used anytime between January 1 and December 31, with no blockout dates. All you have to do is book the tickets by November 30 this year.
The 2021 3-Park 7-Day ticket costs £239 for an adult and £229 for children, aged three to nine, and includes seven days’ access to Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure and Universal’s Volcano Bay. AttractionTickets.com have deposit options available for just £25 per person.
The parks are a favourite with Brits, whose holidays this year have been hit by Covid-19. Thousands visit every year to enjoy the amazing Wizarding World of Harry Potter and Diagon Alley and superb rides such as Transformers, the Incredible Hulk coaster and Jurassic Park River Adventure.
Cool off in one of the best waterparks in the world, Volcano Bay – thrilling rides and a beach!
Next year’s holidaymakers can stay at one of Universal Orlando’s eight hotels, catering for all budgets and styles. A new hotel, Universal’s Endless Summer Resort: Dockside Inn and Suites, is the second value category hotel in the portfolio, adding 2,050 more rooms to the destination.
Featuring standard rooms and two-bedroom suites sleeping up to six, a combined seven-night stay including the 3-Park 7-day ticket starts from £1,417 for a family of two adults and two children visiting in January 2021.
The parks have brought in Covid-19 health measures including temperature checks, face masks and social distancing.