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Old 02-17-2013, 02:37 PM   #1
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Universal's Express Passes

Am I right it thinking these are fast passes that you pay for?

We are going to Florida in early April and I'm expecting it to be pretty busy. As I will be pregnant, I don't really intend to go on anything. I'd miss both parks completely but my DH loves roller coasters and wants to go. Do you think it's worth buying him an express pass so I won't be waiting too long for him to ride? Are there any exceptions to which rides you can express pass? How much are the passes? Also, does anyone else feel a bit awkward paying to bypass the lines? Everyone in the parks has paid to get in, it doesn't seem fair that you can buy a better service. Is it just me?
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