My wife and I are trying to figure out the best way to add a couple Universal days onto our existing Disney Vacation for next summer. We'll be arriving on a Friday evening. Our plan was, to spend Friday and Saturday at one of the UNiversal Resorts, and spend Saturday and Sunday at Universal. However, for 2 nights at the least expensive Universal Resort and 3 park tickets, the price was just under $1,000. We're doing 14 nights at Animal Kingdom Lodge, so I'd rather not drop that much at another resort. Since we're going in July, the whole reason for staying at a Universal Resort was the Express Plus. But now I'm thinking, it would make a lot more sense to just make 2 day trips over to Universal and buy the express-plus option, which I know is only good for 1 ride each day. Or so I thought. Then I read this on Universal's home page: Make the most of your 2-Park Ticket with a 2-Park Universal Express Plus VIP pass. Youll be able to skip the lines at rides and attractions in BOTH Universal Studios® AND Islands of Adventure for one day per person, per pass. One (1) day admission to BOTH Universal Studios Florida AND Universals Islands of Adventure theme park. Allows you to bypass the regular lines as many times as you'd like by providing Express Access to most attractions at BOTH Universal Studios Florida AND Universal's Islands of Adventure theme parks for the validity dates of the theme park admission portion of the ticket. The price is listed at $149.99. Does that include your admission to the parks? Also, if we opt for the regular express pass valid for 1 entry for each ticket, if my wife and son decide to skip Revenge of the Mummy, could I use their pass to skip the lines?