Universal Orlando Resort (USO, IOA) Discussion Thread

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Postby Nrthwnd » Mon May 06, 2019 7:06 pm

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Postby jarmor » Tue May 07, 2019 4:32 am

scubaski wrote:Will be there Thursday and Friday and maybe I will be lucky enough to attend a soft opening as I did for Transformers and I will post a report. Wish me luck.

This thurs and fri? I wouldn't count on it . . .
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Postby mckayj93 » Mon May 13, 2019 9:26 am

I'm kinda a noob with Florida park planning. I am coming down June 17-22 with the duel purpose of parks and visiting some friends. I have about 3.5 days for parks in my trip- 1 at Busch, 2.5 for others. Ruled out Disney because of cost / lack of time. It seems the factor that I'm debating is I know Hagrid opens the week before. Would this make crowds still nuts for the new ride a week later? Will it make both parks / lines more crowded than average then? I'll be single rider wherever I can. Is 2.5 days enough for both Universal parks for a 1st timer? Any other tips? Thanks
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Postby SharkTums » Mon May 13, 2019 9:49 am

^Yes it will be busy and busier than normal, but 2.5 days is still plenty for Universal. Once you're there if it's too crowded for your liking, get an Express pass. As a first time visitor during the summer I would spring for one for sure!

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