You can get it replaced. Pretty sure it's like 5 dollars to get a new one, but I'm not 100% sure there.Hello, I lost my wallet over Spring Break and my Power Pass was in it. So, does Universal offer a replacement pass if you lose yours, and if so what would the fee be? Thanks for the help!
The paper passes are another issue for me. ridiculous that both Universal and Disney give out paper APs.Last time I had to replace one it was ten.
I hate how parks now give paper annual type passes and then charge when they are easily damaged or lost. Sometimes it is hard to prove a mush of a card you once had was your annual pass. Been through that.
I can't speak for Universal, because well I don't have a Universal AP. But I keep my Disney pass in one of those nifty little protector folders. I'm pretty sure Universal still has though. Your pass will thank you in the long run.I agree. it's ridiculous to have paper passes... Especially since you don't get a new one every year on renewal... Right now mine's pretty faded and sometimes they struggle to scan it. I don't feel like wearing a lanyard, so I always keep it in my wallet. I guess I could laminate it, but come on... *sigh*