Fans of all things Halloween have until Sept. 30 to enter to win a free trip for 2 to either park.
Looking to celebrate spooky season in the most epic of ways? You may in luck thanks to a new contest giving away a free trip for to Universal Studios' Halloween Horror Nights.
Universal fans can now enter to win one fully-paid trip to either Universal Studios Hollywood or Universal Orlando Resort, thanks to NBCUniversal and SYFY. To enter, applicants must complete an online entry form by Sept. 30. The winner can take their pick from a trip to either coast.
Specifically, the 2-night trip to Universal Studios Hollywood comes complete with round trip airfare to Los Angeles, ground transportation, accommodations at the park’s adjoining Sheraton Universal Hotel, theme park tickets, and 1-night Halloween Horror Night tickets.
The Universal Orlando Resort winning package includes round trip airfare to Orlando, ground transportation, accommodations on-site at Universal’s Cabana Bay Beach Resort, admission to the resort’s three on-site theme parks, and 1-night Halloween Horror Nights tickets. Here, the winner can explore its unique attractions, including one of its newest, Jurassic World VelociCoaster, a high-speed roller coaster themed to the popular movie franchise.
The contest is open to residents 18 and older of the 48 contiguous U.S. states and Washington D.C. Entries are limited to one per person.
Universal’s Halloween Horror Nights is a separately ticketed, fan favorite event that takes place on select nights during the fall at both theme park destinations. It brings to life iconic horror film franchises and popular TV shows through immersive haunted houses, scare zones, live entertainment, and themed food and drink options. This year’s events feature haunted houses inspired by “Stranger Things,” “The Exorcist: Believer,” and the SYFY television series “Chucky.”
The winner can also spend time in the theme parks exploring The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, located at both Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal Orlando Resort, and the new Super Nintendo World, which opened earlier this year in Hollywood and is expected to open in Orlando in 2025 at the highly anticipated new theme park, Epic Universe.
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