Just today, Universal Orlando officially announced the dates for this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, the nation’s premier Halloween event. This year, the event will run for a record 34 nights beginning Friday, September 15th.
2017 Event Dates:
- September 15-17, 21-24, 29, 30
- October 1, 4-8, 11-15, 18-22, 25-31
- November 3-4
Vacation packages are also now available.
Halloween Horror Nights 27 Hotel & Ticket Package
Starting at $225 per adult, per night, tax inclusive — Book by April 19 for travel from Sept. 15 – Nov. 4.
- 3-night hotel accommodations at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort
- 2-Park, 3-Day, Park-to-Park Ticket to Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure
- Limited time offer: Free upgrade to a 3-Park, Park-to-Park ticket, which includes admission to Universal’s Volcano Bay when staying at a Universal Orlando on-site hotel (Offer valid on packages booked by April 19)
- 1-Night Admission to Halloween Horror Nights (excluding Saturdays)
- Early Park Admission one hour before the theme park opens to one (1) Universal Orlando theme park as determined by Universal Orlando
- Access to select live entertainment venues at Universal CityWalk
- Complimentary transportation to Universal’s theme parks and Universal CityWalk
- Special access to a dedicated Halloween Horror Nights entry gate each event night until 8 p.m.
Halloween Horror Nights Flex Ticket
Add Halloween Horror Nights admission to your Universal Orlando visit. Options include:
- Sunday – Friday Flex Ticket ($69.99 per adult + tax): Entitles one (1) guest admission to one (1) 2017 Halloween Horror Nights Event night on any Sunday – Friday event date that is valid for the ticket type.
- Sunday – Saturday Flex Ticket ($80.99 per adult + tax): Entitles one (1) guest admission to one (1) 2017 Halloween Horror Nights Event night on any Sunday – Saturday event date that is valid for the ticket type.
Our Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights planning guide is expected to launch in late August or early September.
UPDATE (2/23/17 at 4:06 p.m. ET): Universal Orlando published the news today on their official blog (blog.universalorlando.com), but it appears to have since been removed. Halloweenhorrornights.com/orlando shows the available information, however.
UPDATE (2/23/17 at 4:39 p.m. ET): Universal Orlando has republished the post to their blog. No changes have been made.