Discussion in 'Universal Studios/Islands of Adventure Forums' started by mieuxmew, Mar 7, 2012.
They are park to park. There is another thread going on all about them.
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Yes, definitely park to park.
I can't believe I let two threads for the same subject go on as long as I did.
I've merged both threads into a single thread on this subject.
Thank you! I found each thread at different times. Nice to have one thread.
I think it will be easier to research with a single thread.
Can you please tell me which Costco you found this in?
Thank you so much!!
I bought my 3 day (use ANY 3 days) at a Costco in Harrisburg, Pa. $134.99, no tax.
Costco on Long Island-Farmingdale/Melville on Route 110. They didnt have them in the Holbrook, NY Costco on Sunrise Hwy when I checked.
Thank you so much!
I bought these before Christmas to use on our trip in June. After I paid, they gave me the little cardstock tickets. Is that all I need to go in the gate at the park or do I need to go to the ticket counter and have them activated or traded for passes or something?
You are all set to go. As long as there is a barcode on those cardstock tickets, you can use them for admission.
I was told those are the actual tickets and was also warned not to lose them as they cannot be replaced. Mine are locked up in the safe until our trip to be on the safe side.
Agreed. Mine is also locked up.
I made a photocopy of mine and they are also locked up in a safe, along with the Disney gift cards I have been collecting.
Anyone know know if Costco sells these in California? We're going to Orlando at the end of March and cannot find Orlando Universal Studio tickets. All I see are tickets for Universal Studios in Hollywood.
I don't think you'll find them there.
Does Universal ask for ID with these tickets? Just curious about the entrance process. Sounds like they just scan the barcode but the tickets mention ID. Just wondering if I have to have ID ready. Or maybe they do the finger scan like Disney? Thanks!
You don't need an ID to use it the first time. With any ticket they will scan your finger, just like at WDW. If you're not a match on subsequent entries, they will ask for ID.
Just bought my tickets in Pewaukee, WI!
The Grafton store did not have them though.
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