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2008 - Halloween Horror Nights 18
Reflections of Fear
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Halloween Horror Nights may be too intense for children and some adults.
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What are Halloween Horror Nights?
Halloween Horror Nights are specially ticketed events that take place on September 26-27, October 2-5, 9-12, 16-19, 22-26, 29-31 and November 1, 2008 at the Universal Studios Florida.
This is a separate, hard-ticket event and is not included in your park admission ticket or pass. NO costumes, make-up or masks will be allowed in the park. Guests are required to pass through metal detectors to enter the park. Halloween Horror Nights and the descriptions on this page may be too intense for children and some adults. For this reason, Universal does not offer a child's ticket option. Adult discretion is strongly advised.
This year, Halloween Horror
Nights 18 transforms into the most extreme, fear-filled event in its history
with "Reflections of Fear". Come face to face with your deepest fears as Bloody Mary brings history’s most terrifying urban legends to life at Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights. Trapped inside or on the streets, there’s nowhere you’re safe. It’s the most immersive horror experience ever, with more Scare Zones than ever before, more Scareactors, and the most Haunted Houses ever.
Every year, Universal Orlando’s Entertainment team creates the most unimaginably frightening haunted house experiences. The following house descriptions are a peek into the world of Bloody Mary, where guests will learn that fear is more than a four-letter word; it’s a state of mind.
Streets of Blood – Body Collectors
Reflections of Fear
This year, Halloween Horror Nights has been redefined and will be an experience unlike any other. The detailed themeing and original characters created for Halloween Horror Nights 18 will deliver the most elaborate and immersive entertainment experience in the history of the event.
Halloween Horror Nights 18 features shows that have been guest favorites over the years. From the musical numbers of Rocky Horror Picture Show, to the unbelievable tricks of Brian Brushwood and of course, the infamous Bill & Ted adventures, this year’s shows will both thrill and appall guests.
Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure
The Rocky Horror Picture Show: A Tribute
Street Scare Zones and More
Haunted houses are only a fraction of what you will experience at Halloween Horror Nights 18. Universal Studios have approached street scares and scarezones in an entirely different way and the descriptions below illustrate the scope of this year’s event.
Asylum in Wonderland
The Path of the Wicked
Streets of Blood – Body Collectors
Attractions, Dining and Shopping
2008 Rides and Attractions -- Jimmy Neutron's Nicktoon Blast, Shrek 4-D, Twister....Ride It Out, Revenge of the Mummy, Disaster, Jaws, Men In Black Alien Attack and Terminator 2: 3-D. List subject to change.
2008 Dining Locations -- Universal Studios' Classic Monsters Cafe, Finnegan's Bar & Grill, Louie's Italian Restaurant, Richter's Burger Co, Amity Fried Chicken, International Food and Film Festival, Mel's Drive-In, Boardwalk Snacks, Midway Grill, Beverly Hills Boulangerie and Starbucks. List subject to change.
Shopping -- Universal Studios Store, Aftermath, Cyber Image, MIB Gear, It's A Wrap and On Location. The Universal Studios Store and Cyber Image will carry Halloween Horror Nights merchandise.
Event hours are: 6:30pm-2am on October 3, 4, 10, 11, 16-18, 23-25, 31 and November 1. All other nights: 6:30pm- midnight. Event operates rain or shine.
How much are tickets to Halloween Horror Nights?
Halloween Horror Nights may be too intense for children and some adults. For this reason, Universal does not offer a child's ticket option. Adult discretion is strongly advised.
General Admission is $69.99 plus tax per night on the day of the event.
Frequent Fear Pass
is $69.99 plus tax -- 13 Nights for the Price of One! You can come back for unlimited nights, Sundays through Thursdays and the first weekend, September 26 & 27. You can purchase your Frequent Fear Pass online.
What about Universal Express?
Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass allows you to bypass the regular lines at all haunted houses, plus participating rides and attractions. Each Express Pass allows one entry to each participating Express attraction, per guest. Halloween Horror Nights Express passes are limited. Advance purchase is recommended, because passes may sell out before individual nights of the event. Prices per guest will range between $36 and $66 plus tax. Wait times at many of the haunted houses can be long so it may be worth the investment. Halloween Horror Nights Express Pass is only good during the event date it is purchased for. Passes are not valid at Universal's Islands of Adventure or Universal Studios Florida during daytime hours. Note: The Royal Pacific Resort, Hard Rock Hotel and Portofino Bay Resort keys will only be accept during regular park hours and not during Halloween Horror Nights.
Can I upgrade my daytime ticket to include entry to Halloween Horror Night?
Yes, it is called a Stay And Scream ticket. If available, you must purchase the Stay And Scream ticket at the same time you purchase your daytime park pass or at Vacations Services in the park. Stay And Scream tickets are $59.99 +tax for Saturday nights, $44.99 +tax for Friday nights and $29.99 +tax for all other nights. This is in addition to your daytime ticket admission cost.
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