Details released for Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 2023

Halloween Horror Nights 2023 - Courtesy Universal Orlando Resort
Halloween Horror Nights 2023 - Courtesy Universal Orlando Resort /

It’s very close to Halfway to Halloween, and Universal Orlando Resort is getting us ready for Halloween Horror Nights 2023. If you are planning to attend Orlando’s hottest Halloween event, tickets are now on sale!

This year, guests will have 44 nights to scream their little hearts out at Halloween Horror Nights, which will begin at Universal Studios Florida on September 1, and run through October 31. There are a variety of ticket options available, including single night, terrifying event upgrades and even a very scary special vacation package.

2023’s Halloween Horror Nights will include 10 brand new haunted houses, filled with all of the film-quality props, sets and bloody actors that we’ve come to expect from the event. We will also have the opportunity to walk through five different scare zones, strategically placed throughout Universal Studios’ theme park. Of course, you will probably want to run instead, because there is no telling what gruesome creatures may be following you in the dark.

There will also be live entertainment, and themed food and drinks specially created for Halloween Horror Nights. And don’t forget to pick up a t-shirt or any of the other HHN merchandise that will be for sale at multiple locations throughout the park. Wherever you end up purchasing your merch, make sure you visit the Tribute Store, where you can see spooky décor tied in with the films and houses that will be featured this year.

Halloween Horror Nights
Halloween Horror Nights – Courtesy Universal Orlando Resorts /

Here is the ticket info for Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort:

Single-Night tickets – Ticket prices vary depending on the date you attend, but prices start at $79.99 plus tax for online purchases.

Vacation Package – Guests can save up to $200 (depending on the length of your stay) with a package that includes a one-night ticket to HHN, five days of admission for Universal Studios, Volcano Bay and Islands of Adventure, plus a room at one of Universal’s themed hotels. Being a guest at the hotels includes perks like faster admission at the HHN gate, early theme park admission during daylight hours, transportation and much, much more. This vacation package is available for a limited time, and can used during the entire run of Halloween Horror Nights.

Book a four-night stay at one of the hotels and you can get a limited-time savings of 20%. Again, this is only available for the period of September 1 – October 31.

Event upgrades include:

The Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass – I highly recommend this option, which will put you in the Express line one time for each haunted house, and also at the lines for participating rides/attractions. Trust me, it’s the ONLY way you can fit in a visit at every house in one night.

The R.I.P. Experience – This is a guided nighttime tour where you will receive V.I.P treatment at all of the houses and shows, while also receiving Universal Express Unlimited access at the participating rides and attractions both before and after your special tour.

Behind the screams: Unmasking the Horror Tour – Have you ever wanted to see what goes on behind the scenes at those haunted houses? You can find out during this daytime lights-on tour only at select houses.

There will be more ticket info released soon regarding the Frequent Fear Pass, and 1428 Elm will give you the scoop on the houses and scare zones as more details are released.

If you need to know more about everything Halloween Horror Nights related, visit Universal Orlando online.

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Are you planning to attend Universal Studios Orlando Halloween Horror Nights this year? What houses do you hope to see? Let us know in the comments section.