The most recognizable icon will invade every corner of this year’s event, as unsuspecting “Jack Attacks” will send guests running for their lives. From the scare zones in the streets, to the haunted houses, and even places you’d least expect, there’s nowhere to hide.
Select tickets are on sale now for the haunt event’s return. Currently, guests can save up to $52 on a single-night event ticket when purchasing online, and book various upgrades like R.I.P. Tours, Behind the Screams: Unmasking the Horror Tours, and more.
Florida residents can also save on vacation packages, starting at $215 per person per night (based on a family of four), which include a hotel stay, tickets to Universal Orlando’s theme parks and one-night admission to Halloween Horror Nights 2021. Universal resort hotel guests will also have access to exclusive benefits, including a dedicated entry gate for the event, complementary transportation to the theme parks and CityWalk, and access to an all-new, limited-time “Jack’d Up” experience at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort — where they can get a closer look into the chaotic world of Jack and some of the sinister environments inspired by his past appearances at Halloween Horror Nights.
In addition, the hotel’s Swizzle Lounge lobby bar will turn into the “Horror Icons Bar,” offering specialty drinks and snacks inspired by event icons, and props and costumes that pay homage to Horror Nights past.
Stay tuned for more details about Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando Resort and Universal Studios Hollywood, which Universal says will will be shared soon. Orlando’s event will kick off on Friday, Sept. 3 and run on select nights through Sunday, Oct. 31.
To learn more and to purchase tickets to Universal Orlando’s event, visit Orlando.HalloweenHorrorNights.com.