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Universal Studios Hollywood Offering More For Annual Passholders

Universal Studios Hollywood is offering more in 2020 to its’ Annual Passholders than every before with new events and new attractions coming this year.

Where else can movie buffs and thrill seekers get up close and personal with Blue the Velociraptor, the star of the Jurassic World films and “Jurassic World—The Ride,” embrace their inner witch or wizard while sipping a Butterbeer in Hogsmeade village at “The Wizarding World of Harry Potter,” or create a little mischief with Illumination’s Minions at “Despicable Me, Minion Mayhem.”  

But it’s the moments, custom designed by each Pass member, that elevates membership to a whole other level.  From catching the latest blockbuster at the Universal Cinema an AMC Theatre, and grabbing a bite at CityWalk’s Antojitos Cocina Mexicana restaurant before heading over to the theme park to experience a few rides at their leisure, it’s the flexibility of their visits that truly define the ultimate value of an Annual Pass.

In addition to dynamic rides and memorable moments, Universal Studios Hollywood is also the purveyor of uniquely created special events that come to life with Annual Pass members in mind.  From specially-priced tickets to its first-ever “Bravo’s Top Chef Food & Wine Festival” and Running Universal events to its wildly popular “Halloween Horror Nights,” or programs included with the price of admission, such as “Lunar New Year” and “Grinchmas,” Pass members are in a league of their own when Universal Studios Hollywood rolls out the red carpet with first-come, first served offers catered just for them.

And just like stepping into a scene from a movie, Universal Studios Hollywood shines a spotlight on valued Annual Pass members by putting them among the first….to experience new rides including the all-new “The Secret Life of Pets: Off the Leash!,” among the first…to receive discounted offers on special events, among the first…to receive insider updates on what’s new and exciting, among the first…to enter sweepstakes to attend red carpet movie premieres and screenings; first…to win blockbusters movies on DVD; among the first…to enjoy free offerings, and of course, leisurely access to the theme park to experience favorite rides over and over again.

            Because Universal Studios Hollywood shares real estate with Universal’s movie and television production studio, a spin on the world-famous Studio Tour is chock full of adventure for friends and family, that couldn’t be experienced anywhere else. With a chance to peek behind the “velvet curtain” for a glimpse at Hollywood movie-making in action, every Studio Tour journey is ripe with opportunity. Celebrities come and go routinely, so sightings may be just a tram ride away. 

            And as part of its commitment to its valued Pass members, Universal Studios Hollywood recently introduced Pass Member Appreciation Days. This program, hosted over a six-week period in late summer and early fall, celebrates Pass members with a variety of exclusively created perks.

There are several unique Annual and Season Pass options to choose from designed to meet a variety of needs and budgets, but all serve as a passport to fun: Platinum Annual Pass ($449 or Flex Pay – $249 down, $19 a month) Gold Annual Pass ($249 or Flex Pay – $149 Down, $10 a month) and Silver Annual Pass ($174 or Flex Pay – $119 Down, $5 a month) as well as the California Neighbor Season Pass at $144. More information can be found here

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Michael Sandoval

Michael created MUSE/MUSE TV after a career in professional sports and journalism. Born and raised in Los Angeles, California. He attended Don Bosco Technical Institute in which he studied Electronics and Computer Science and California State University, Fullerton in which he graduated with a degree from the College of Communication in Journalism. He is a big Foo Fighters fan, loves Star Wars and loves photography. Member of the Los Angeles Online Film Critics Society.

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