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Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando – Military Prices


Shades of Green at the Walt Disney Resort has Military Discounted Tickets for Universal Orlando’s 2012 Halloween Horror Nights

Halloween Horror Nights 22 begins at 6:30 p.m. and runs select nights through October 31.

The regular gate price is $94.77

Military discounts are as follows:

Sundays-Thursdays – $41.00
Friday 5 Oct. – $41.00
Saturday 6 Oct. – $51.00
Fridays 12, 19, 26 Oct. – $51.00
Saturdays – 13, 20, & 27 Oct. – $69.00

Gates open at 6PM.

This year, guests will encounter ground-breaking, horrifying experiences:

  • All-new haunted houses featuring movie-quality sets, including four houses based on some of pop culture’s biggest icons: AMC’s hit television series “The Walking Dead;” popular video game and motion picture franchise “Silent Hill;” the bad boys of magic, Penn & Teller; and legendary shock rocker Alice Cooper. Plus, three brand new original houses featuring a daunting European cathedral (Gothic); a bone-chilling apparition-filled house (Dead End); and Universal’s classic monsters as if they have stepped right out of the silver screen (House of Horrors).
  • A completely reinvented street experience that will unleash scareactors in an all-new, terrifying way. Roaming legions of menacing beasts, vampires, prisoners, warriors and more will find you in every corner of the park. There will be no boundaries. There will be no escape.
  • Two outrageous shows, including the return of the popular Bill & Ted’s Excellent Halloween Adventure and brand new this year, The 20 Penny Circus, featuring “magic for people with questionable taste.”

Halloween Horror Nights Military Discount (C) UniversalAMC’s “The Walking Dead”

There is strength in numbers, and you must band together to make it through many of the iconic settings made famous by the critically-acclaimed AMC television series, “The Walking Dead.” As the city is crawling with hordes of walkers, the issue of your becoming one of them is not a question of if, but when.

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