Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Universal Orlando Tickets. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
I bought a 2 day ticket and it makes it easier as you only have to show your ticket on the second day rather than lining up again. Very handy.
We all had a great time at both parks. There was something to do for all ages. I would definitely recommend getting a park to park access then you can go between the parks in the same day (they are very close together).
Would definitely book through Viator again as we had no issues.
Excellent day we had an amazing time. Tickets were printed and easy to obtain from kiosk
Islands of adventure is certainly worth it and will remain a beautiful memory. You will want to come at the opening for Harry Potter's land though because of the unbearable crowd later during the day. Universal studios not recommended for families with small children.
I loved Universal, especially The Wizarding World of Harry Potter. A poncho for the water rides is a good investment because you get so wet that even on a hot day it takes forever for your clothes to dry. My favourite rides were The Forbidden Journey (at the end of the Hogwarts tour), Despicable Me, Jurassic Park River Ride, Popeye and Bluto's Bilge Rat Barges (I think I did that about five times), and the best one, Transformers 3D. The one complaint was the noise; all the music was at a deafening volume and you couldn't escape it anywhere. I should have taken earplugs!
Our favorite theme park! So much fun and customer service is great! Food is excellent and moderately priced. 3rd time there and still great!!
Well what can you say about Universal, it was excellent, the parks are clean, the staff helpful, plenty of places to eat.
Found the price comparable to the actual Universal Orlando website. As there are 2 x sides to Universal Orlando, you will most likely spend at least 1 day for each side. This is just for your tickets only (no transport). Though most hotels do provide complimentary shuttle service to the parks (check your hotel) otherwise you can drive to the parking ($16 per car per day for regular parking) or $22 for premium parking (which is closer to the entrance of the park) however you are still walking a fair distance to get to the entry. Easy to redeem at the WILL CALL window and the cards have your name on it. Its a base ticket only so you can only visit each side once and will not allow the hop between parks. Good value so I bought it in AUD aussie dollars rather than fork out USD.