Volcano Bay Annual Pass and Ticket Information Revealed
After months of speculation and curiosity, and with May 25 less than two months away, Universal Orlando has finally released the information on how to add Volcano Bay to your current Annual Pass, and also the price of a single day ticket!
So just how much is a ticket? Read slowly as we explain the various options. First, if you want to go to Volcano Bay for just one day, the single day ticket price will be $67. For comparison, Aquatica is $59, and the two Disney water parks are $62 each.
Volcano Bay will not be included with current 2 park annual passes; all passes will require an upgrade. 2 park passes (Islands of Adventure and Studios) will remain the same price. Adding Volcano Bay will be an extra $99 for Seasonal, Power, and Preferred passes. Adding Volcano Bay to the Premiere pass will be $149. As of now, the Premier pass has no blackout dates for Volcano Bay. The other three passes are blacked out July 1-31.
Current Florida resident 2 park annual pass prices:
- Seasonal pass: $259.99
- Power pass: $319.99
- Preferred pass: $349.99
- Premier pass: $489.99
Current 2 park non-Florida resident pass prices:
- Seasonal pass: $358.99
- Power pass: $418.99
- Preferred pass: $448.99
- Premier pass: $638.99
The preferred pass is the cheapest pass that includesparking at both parks and no blackout dates at Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure.
3 park Resident Annual Pass prices:
- Seasonal pass: $284.99
- Power pass: $344.99
- Preferred pass: $384.99
- Premier pass: $539.99
3 park Non-Florida resident Annual Passes:
- Seasonal pass: $383.99
- Power pass: $443.99
- Preferred pass: $483.99
- Premier pass: $688.99
(The monthly payment plan FlexPay is available with all of these options).
Pass holders will be able to upgrade their annual pass to include Volcano Bay at the new Pass Holder Upgrade Center, which is currently the Islands of Adventure Group Sales building. The Upgrade Center will be open from 8 AM to 6 PM daily, All pass holders must be present with a valid form of ID. The Center will be open April 3 through April 30. Universal has not released any info about upgrading your pass after April 30, however we believe you’ll still be able to upgrade over the phone or at Guest Services after that date.
Multi Day Tickets:
The Florida Resident 3-Park Multi-Day Ticket entitles one guest admission to all three of the Universal parks: Universal Studios , Islands of Adventure and Volcano Bay. Options are available in durations of two or three days, and they can be bought as base tickets (one park per day) or park to park to include the Hogwarts Express. These tickets are good for 180 days from the first date of use.
Just like the two theme parks, Volcano Bay will offer the Express (one time per attraction) and Unlimited Express. Universal did not reveal if the Express at Volcano Bay will be a paper ticket like it is at the theme parks. Hopefully it will be part of your Tapu Tapu wristband to avoid getting water damage. Instead of waiting in a shorter line like at the rides at the theme parks (since there will be no lines for anyone at the water park), you will instantly go up the line for the slide. These are the prices per day of the regular Express:
As of now, Universal has not released details about an annual pass for Volcano Bay only. You are only able to add Volcano Bay to your current annual pass. Last week Universal announced all of the delicious culinary offering that Volcano Bay will offer! You can find out about all of the delectable offerings here.
For tickets and more information, visit the official Volcano Bay website by clicking here.
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