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Ticket, RIP Tours, and Pass Information

jarmor

Rookie
May 27, 2010
424
South Carolina
I remember not long ago when an UnMasking the Horror tour was $40. Long gone are those days.
I was just about to point that out! The last time I did one...like 2007 i think (the year with frankenstien) it was like 30 something dollars...this is getting to be too much! But I guess to keep the crowd down they have to charge the premium...
 

Jakemeister

Premium Member
Feb 1, 2008
5,830
Central, Fl
I was just about to point that out! The last time I did one...like 2007 i think (the year with frankenstien) it was like 30 something dollars...this is getting to be too much! But I guess to keep the crowd down they have to charge the premium...
It's never been that crowded though. I think they know that fans will pay premiums.
 

Felipe

Premium Member
Sep 2, 2009
6,545
The Forbidden Forest
I think I paid $50 + tax back in 2010.

I really wish I could do UTH this year, but between the costs and the fact that there's no confirmed line-up for each of the tours, I'm having too much indecision, and I can't afford to do both with everything I got planned. I'm already on the verge of dropping my HoS plans yet again, but really don't wanna do that. I'd rather do HoS than UTH.

I hope everyone takes lots of pictures and posts them :pray: Please and thank you! :thumbs:
 

romo

Member
Mar 1, 2013
625
Space Coast
I think I paid $50 + tax back in 2010.

I really wish I could do UTH this year, but between the costs and the fact that there's no confirmed line-up for each of the tours, I'm having too much indecision, and I can't afford to do both with everything I got planned. I'm already on the verge of dropping my HoS plans yet again, but really don't wanna do that. I'd rather do HoS than UTH.

I hope everyone takes lots of pictures and posts them :pray: Please and thank you! :thumbs:
having the same exact problem felipe...hard to swallow 60 for one and 100 for both....that doesnt even include my HHN ticket or spending while im there.....having such a problem deciding what to do...especially sense i have never done it before.
 

Octobers Fade

DEAD inside
Premium Member
Jul 10, 2010
6,081
NoRemorse Cemetery
I think I paid $50 + tax back in 2010.

I really wish I could do UTH this year, but between the costs and the fact that there's no confirmed line-up for each of the tours, I'm having too much indecision, and I can't afford to do both with everything I got planned. I'm already on the verge of dropping my HoS plans yet again, but really don't wanna do that. I'd rather do HoS than UTH.

I hope everyone takes lots of pictures and posts them :pray: Please and thank you! :thumbs:
For clarification: I am a HOS fan boy.
I would do HOS over UTH any day of the week.
2 hour tour verses all night with roller coasters and six haunted houses= no brainer for me. JMO
 

Felipe

Premium Member
Sep 2, 2009
6,545
The Forbidden Forest
For clarification: I am a HOS fan boy.
I would do HOS over UTH any day of the week.
2 hour tour verses all night with roller coasters and six haunted houses= no brainer for me. JMO
For sure! I wouldn't really do UTH over HoS. That was a bad comparison, and something that I wasn't actually considering. More just, in general, I need to watch my spending. Not fun :(
 

Matpez

Rookie
Feb 18, 2010
251
I was just about to point that out! The last time I did one...like 2007 i think (the year with frankenstien) it was like 30 something dollars...this is getting to be too much! But I guess to keep the crowd down they have to charge the premium...
^ This. There are more full to capacity UTH tours going out than ever before. Last year the 1st weekend required 3 tours going out for both morning and afternoon sessions just to give 30 more people per day a chance to go.
 

Jakemeister

Premium Member
Feb 1, 2008
5,830
Central, Fl
Yeah, first post in this thread has all the pricing, except tours, which I just added. Which is now an untrue statement. So it should have everything.
 

Octobers Fade

DEAD inside
Premium Member
Jul 10, 2010
6,081
NoRemorse Cemetery
I heard, from a voice mail message I received, that the Scream Early tickets are available this year at the gate and for US only.
Sucks, I don't really want to spend three days at US.
 

Octobers Fade

DEAD inside
Premium Member
Jul 10, 2010
6,081
NoRemorse Cemetery
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Just called to get a ticket price..... $39.99 ....they can kiss my:furious:
 
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gunsnhalensmith

Newcomer
Mar 1, 2013
12
Does anyone know how late into the event the FFPs can be purchased? Unfortunately I will not be able to get mine until October most likely, and was wondering if they are still available for purchase then. Have not been able to find information on Universal's site about it.