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Universal Orlando Resort on Thursday announced that Halloween Horror Nights officially returns this fall for a record-breaking 44 select nights from Sept. 1 through Oct. 31.
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Single-night event tickets for Halloween Horror Nights are already on sale, starting at $79.99 when purchased online. Click here to purchase.
Additional tickets and offers, including the Frequent Fear Pass, will be announced in the months leading up to Halloween Horror Nights, Universal said.
share legendary scares with 10 terrifying haunted houses, 5 sinister scare zones and live entertainment. select nights sept.1 - oct 31.— Halloween Horror Nights (@HorrorNightsORL) March 23, 2023
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This year’s event will bring 10 all-new haunted houses that draw inspiration from pop culture to original creations, five scare zones filled with “hordes of gruesome creatures” and live entertainment, Universal said.
Also returning this year is a lineup of menus inspired but this year’s lineup, as well as new merchandise at highly themed retail locations and some of Universal Studios’ most exciting rides, the resort said.
A haunted house themed after Chucky the killer doll was previously announced.
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