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Old 12-30-2009, 05:11 PM   #1
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Blackout Days & Employee Tickets

My friends' mother works at Universal and she has some tickets that she is going to give her daughters and I so that we can go to the parks.

One of my friends says that we can go tomorrow and the blackout days don't apply to the tickets. Is this true? There is of course a blackout day tomorrow, being New Years Eve and all, and I was just unsure since I've never tried to go on a day like this before. So, will we be turned away or will it work?

Is it going to be crazy busy since it's New Year's Eve?

Thanks in advance!
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There is a phone number on the back of the team member comp tickets. Call that number and you will get a recording listing the black-out dates.

And yes, NYE is traditionally very busy.
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There is a phone number on the back of the team member comp tickets. Call that number and you will get a recording listing the black-out dates.

And yes, NYE is traditionally very busy.
Are the blackout days different than the normal blackout days, do you think?
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Sometimes they are different. Many times, black out dates are lifted on team member comps so the only way to know for sure is to call that number. I don't have a team member comp ticket right now or I would just tell you the number.
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