The frights are sooner than you think as Universal Orlando announced a whole plethora of Halloween Horror Nights 2023 information including the big one – HHN 2023 starts on September 1.
Last year Universal announced the serial killer doll, Chucky, is returning to HHN with his own haunted house. Universal has yet to reveal any other houses this year, but rumors are pointing to another Universal Monsters house, something based on a new Blumhouse film, a popular TV show, and numerous original concepts.
Note: Hours have yet to be announced but we are expecting 6:30 am to 2:00 am for each night of the event like last year.
Single day tickets start at $79.99 with Saturdays in late October going up to $119.9. This is a price increase of $6 to $15 per ticket, an increase of roughly 9% since HHN 2022. Guests will have 44 nights this year, the most in the event’s history, to explore the scare zones, shriek in a haunted house, see the new shows, or sample the food. Book online or through a Touring Plans Travel Agent.
HHN Express Passes are now available for all HHN dates. HHN Express Passes include expedited admission to each haunted house once, daytime Express Passes are not valid during HHN. Prices start at $109.99 per person plus tax, event admission is not included. Book online or through TP Travel.
RIP Tours are also on sale now. These VIP (get it?) tours offer direct front-of-the-line access to all the houses plus special seating for the two shows. Group RIP tours start at $299 per person plus tax, event admission is not included and is extra. Book online or through TP Travel. Private RIP Tours are also available, request a quote through our TP Travel Agents or call (866) 346-9350.
Universal Orlando is also offering $200 off of seven-day HHN travel packages. Packages include seven nights at a Universal hotel, five-day park admission, and a one-night HHN ticket. (Shorter stays are available at a lesser discount.) For more information visit Universal’s vacation package site or contact a TP Travel Agent.