Orlando park tickets – A guide for beginners

Orlando is known as a mecca for theme park lovers, it’s one of the most popular family destinations in the world. With more exciting rides being added such as the brand new Wizarding World of Harry Potter, this destination is thriving. With so much on offer it is easy for visitors to lose themselves and rediscover their inner child. Choosing to go is a fantastic idea, but sometimes choosing which tickets to buy for the attractions is difficult. Here’s an explanation of some of the tickets that will be on offer to you.

Orlando Flexticket

Orlando Flextickets are special multi-park tickets. They really offer a great deal, for people wanting to visit Universal Orlando and SeaWorld then this is the ticket for you. This ticket will give you access to five of the Orland The parks; Aquatica, SeaWorld, Universal Studios, Universal Orlando Islands of Adventure, and Universal’s Wet N Wild water park. The FlexTickets have a validity of 14 days, they give you unlimited access to the five parks listed above.

Universal Orlando Park to Park Tickets

The Universal Orlando Park to Park tickets allow you to jump between two theme parks; Island of Adventure and Universal studios. These tickets give you the freedom you need to explore the two main theme parks. You can choose between 1,2,3, or 4 day tickets. Each day you enter you are free to go between the two parks. This is one of the best value tickets you can buy.

Universal Orlando Base Tickets

The Universal Orlando Base ticket is the basic/standard ticket that will give you entry in the Universal Orlando theme parks, Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure. The base tickets will give you entry in to one of the Universal Orlando them parks, Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure. As you can see when comparing to the above ticket, this really is the most basic on offer. Just like the Universal Orlando Park to Park tickets, the base ticket can be bought for 1,2,3 or 4 days of entry in to the theme parks. You are not constrained into only seeing one park, you can go to others. But, you can only visit one park per day – for example you could buy a 2 day ticket, then you could see Universal Studios on day one and on day two you could go to Islands of Adventure.