Universal Studios Hollywood Coupons
Recently Expired Universal Studios Hollywood Coupons
Bravo’s “Top Chef” Food & Wine Festival at Universal Studios Hollywood™
Deal Activated, no coupon code required!
Join us for the first ever Bravo’s “Top Chef” Food & Wine Festival at Universal Studios Hollywood™ on March 19th and 20th, 2020. Savor the offerings at Universal Studios Hollywood™’s first ever Bravo’s “Top Chef” Food & Wine Festival on March 19 and 20, 2020. Sample an all-inclusive eclectic menu inspired by Bravo’s hit series, “Top Chef”. Experience live Quickfire Challenges, special panels and meet & greets with “Top Chef” alums, Eric Adjepong, Jennifer Carroll, Shirley Chung, Stephanie Cmar, Lisa Fernandes, Kevin Gillespie, Jamie Lynch, Brian Malarkey, Joe Sasto, Angelo Sosa and Lee Anne Wong. More cheftestants and alumni involvement will be announced soon.
Expires: March 20, 2020
Submitted: 6 months ago
Universal Studios Hollywood™ Halloween Horror Nights™
Deal Activated, no coupon code required!
Enter a world more terrifying than you can imagine at Universal Studios Halloween Horror Nights – the most intense, spine-tingling event to besiege Southern California – now with more mazes than ever. The studio that spawned the original monster movie genre, once again, breathes new life into your darkest nightmares – bringing deeper fears and more hair-raising encounters to all-new immersive worlds of the living, the dead, and the in-between. Select nights September 13 through November 3.
Expires: November 3, 2019
Submitted: 2 years ago
Universal Dance Awards
Deal Activated, no coupon code required!
You are invited to attend the Universal Dance Awards 2019. Finally an awards show that encompasses everything dance! UDA will be hosted at one of the world’s greatest attractions, Universal Studios Hollywood, where famous world-renowned dance and music industry celebrities will gather to celebrate the dance industry worldwide and honor the winners live at the dance gala of the year (ﬁlmed for internet broadcast). What to expect: Iconic Dance Award to Paula Abdul (Grammy Award-winning singer, dancer, Emmy Award-winning choreographer); Lifetime Achievement Award to Toni Basil (“Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, Wolf Of Wall St”); special guest performance by world-renowned dance group Jabbawockeez; Pioneer Awards: Travis Payne (Lady Gaga), Tina Landon (Jennifer Lopez, Rihanna) Vincent Paterson (Michael Jackson, Madonna), Fatima Robinson (Will Smith, Aaliyah); hosts and presenters: Kida the Great, Stevie Dore (“Reality High”), Sophia Lucia (Guinness Book of World Records), Bailey Sok (Dance Precisions), cast of “High Strung Free Dance” and more.
Expires: September 11, 2019
Submitted: 1 year ago
Discounts & Universal Studios Hollywood Coupons
- If you are a resident of Southern California, show your ID at the gate and a California resident discount.
- Get the Southern California CityPass. You save 25% on admission to Universal Studios Hollywood, Disneyland, Disney California Adventure Park, SeaWorld, and the San Diego Zoo. The pass is good for 14 days.
- Get the SoCal Theme Park Pass. The pass saves you up to 25% on admission to the top attractions in the Los Angeles area including Universal Studios Hollywood.
- Get the LA Perks Card and receive discounts to Universal Studios Hollywood for up to 4 people. A $32 discount for 4 people.
- Check with your local AAA office. At last check you could save $3 per ticket to Universal Studios Hollywood when you show your AAA membership ID at the gate.
- If you are in the military, purchase your tickets to Universal Studios Hollywood on base for discounted price. About $20 off per ticket.
Best Time To Visit Universal Studios Hollywood
The holiday season is a great time to visit when seasonal attractions are in full swing! January-April are the least crowded, and offer a great escape for Spring Break or a long weekend. Make sure to bring a light sweater for evenings, and be on the lookout for ponchos in case the occasional rain shower pops in. The summer months are the park’s busiest, but for the entire month of July, Universal’s California Neighbor Pass is put on hold.
Least Crowded Days At Universal Studios Hollywood
Tuesdays and Wednesdays are the quietest days at the park, giving your family the time they need to get through all of the attractions!
How Much Time To Spend at Universal Studios Hollywood?
Two full days in the park will give you enough hours to ensure you see all of Universal’s attractions.
Is One Day Enough for Universal Studios Hollywood?
Absolutely. With a full day under your belt you’ll be able to get in the Upper Lot (family friendly attractions such as Harry Potter and The Simpsons) and the Lower Lot (home to thrill rides like Jurassic Park and Revenge of the Mummy). Don’t forget to check for Universal Studios Hollywood coupon rates online.
How To Get Free Parking at Universal Studios Hollywood?
Parking isn’t free unless you purchase tickets for the VIP Experience. However, you could take public transit from surrounding hotels ($1.50 per person, each way), and there’s always Uber.
Major Annual Events at Universal Studios Hollywood
From February 10-25, Universal will be celebrating the Year of the Dog with exciting Lunar New Year events, including a life-size recreation of Po’s Village from Kung Fu Panda.
If you’re planning on a trip this fall, get ready for Hollywood Horror Nights: the scariest live event in Southern California, featuring terrifying mazes that bring some of your favorite horror films to life. Visit their official website for your Universal Studios Hollywood coupon.
Things To Know at Universal Studios Hollywood
Arriving early is the best way to take advantage of hot attractions, especially for the popular rides like Harry Potter and the Forbidden Journey (wait times can reach over two hours!). Sometimes the park will open its gates 25 minutes before official opening too.
If you’re thinking about traveling to Universal Studios Hollywood in the summer or early fall, Los Angeles can experience high temperatures and dry heat, so be sure to pack lots of water and sunscreen for your adventures.
Traffic, traffic, traffic! We’ve got cars, and lots of them. To get the most out of your stay, you might want to think about checking in at the Hilton Universal, Sheraton Universal, or Hard Rock Hotel Universal, which are all just a stones throw away from the park and all its attractions, including Universal CityWalk.
Open 11am-10pm, Universal CityWalk has it all. Featuring cuisines to satisfy any pallet, the CityWalk is an all-encompassing dining experience. Whether you and the gang want to grab a burger at Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville, or catch a late night snack at Ben & Jerry’s, the CityWalk is a great place to cruise around and regroup.
VIP Experience at Universal Studios Hollywood
The VIP Experience is the most exciting way to get a behind the scenes look at the world’s biggest movie studio and theme park.
Universal Studios Exclusive Backlot Access & VIP Experience
With Exclusive Backlot Access, the VIP Experience gives you an up-close look at where the biggest film and TV stars go to work. Transported by special trolley and lead by expert VIP guides, Universal’s Exclusive Backlot Access is the ideal way to get out of the sun for a few hours while exploring the wonders of movie magic, and you never know who you might see along the way.
Universal’s VIP Experience offers a light breakfast in the VIP lounge, and a gourmet lunch provided by the Studio’s executive chef. You’re on vacation, why not eat like the stars?
The VIP Experience grants you express access to all rides and attractions, and your VIP guide will find you the best seats for all shows. Did I mention valet service and VIP entry?
Hollywood Vacation Packages
Check with the hotels near Hollywood for vacation packages that included passes to Universal Studios Hollywood. As an example, the Rodeway Inn offers 2 adult tickets to Universal Studios Hollywood with overnight stay. Another way to save money on Universal Studios Hollywood vacation packages is to check with the airlines like Southwest. They often offer great deals that include discounted hotel rooms and tickets to Universal Studios Hollywood. Plus, look for promotion codes, which are entered at the time of booking to stack even more savings on your vacation package.
The Universal Studios theme park usually opens 9 am or 10 am and usually closes 6 pm or 7 pm. Of course for special events such as the Halloween Horror Nights, the park is open much later. There is a special going on right now where you buy a 1 day pass and get the second day free. Front of the Line passes and VIP Passes are also available for an additional charge. The Front of the Line pass is a nice perk to have, but costs about twice as much as a regular ticket.