Discount on Universal Studios Hollywood “Skip the Line” Ticket

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Daily Getaways is just getting into week 2 of their 5-week session and is kicking it off with a 1 day ticket to Universal Studios Hollywood in California with Front of the Line access for $149. There are only 250 of these packages available and I believe they will go fast. Remember to be at your computer by 12:59pm ET promptly as they’ll go on sale right at 1pm ET. Note: This Universal Studio Hollywood discount ticket is not available for Universal Studios Orlando, just for Universal Studios Hollywood.

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Skip the Line

This front of the line pass ranges anywhere between $179 to $279 depending on the particular day you are looking to visit. At a minimum, this Daily Getaway package is a $30 savings. The difference is that these packages are non-refundable (although you might be able to “give” to a friend if you are not able to use it), and they expire on June 30, 2020.

You are able to purchase 9 packages, so if you are looking to take your family to Universal, then this is a great way to snag a discount. I personally have never been to this California theme park and haven’t experienced a Front of the Line ticket, but during a busy day, this could definitely save you some time and anxiety!

This website details out the Front of the Line ticket benefits and states: “On peak days in the afternoon the lines can reach up to one to two hours—three hours for Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey. But if you are wearing a Front of the Line pass you literally walk — or in our case hop — right onto rides without even having to wait. That is what sets Front of the Line passes apart from say, Disney’s FastPass, which reduces your wait time but does not send you straight to the front of the line.”

Overall…

When traveling during peak dates this definitely sounds like a great way to experience all the rides in a single day and not have to have young kids to wait so long. Although right now, the theme park is selling a 2-day ticket for $149 total which means you can go two days for less than a single day with this package. Whether or not this package is valuable to you really depends on when you are going and how you are able to navigate the park.

Enjoy!

Featured image courtesy of UniversalHollywoodEvents.com

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