The Real Deal: Four nights at the Quality Inn International, about a five-minute drive from Universal Orlando; breakfast at the Three Broomsticks; early park admission to check out the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter an hour before Universal's Islands of Adventure regularly scheduled park opening; a three-day base ticket to Universal's Islands of Adventure and Universal Studios Florida theme parks; a commemorative keepsake ticket; access to live entertainment at Universal CityWalk; transportation between the hotel and Universal Orlando; and discounts on merchandise, food, and nonalcoholic beverages at select theme park and CityWalk locations, from $285 per person — including all taxes.
Don't miss these Travel stories
Lords of the gourd compete for Punkin Chunkin honors
With teams using more than 100 unique apparatuses to launch globular projectiles a half-mile or more, the 27th annual World Championship Punkin Chunkin event is our pick as November’s Weird Festival of the Month.
- Airports, airlines work hard to return your lost items
- Expert: Tourist hordes threaten Sistine Chapel's art
- MGM Grand wants Las Vegas guests to Stay Well
- Report: Airlines collecting $36.1B in fees this year
- Lords of the gourd compete for Punkin Chunkin honors
When: May 28–Dec. 31.
The fine print: Airfare is not included.
The base ticket limits admission to one park a day. Based on double occupancy; single supplement is not available. Rates for children ages 3 to 9 start at $130 per child.
Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book by: April 30.
Contact: Universal Orlando Resort, 877/801-9720, universalorlando.com.
Why it's a deal: The cost of this package breaks down to $71 a night and includes accommodations; breakfast; a three-day base ticket to Universal Orlando theme parks, which is regularly priced at $125 per adult and $110 per child; early admission; transportation between the hotel and Universal Orlando; and various discount offers.
More: Upgrade to four nights at the on-site Lowes Royal Pacific Resort for an additional $360 per person.
Copyright © 2012 Newsweek Budget Travel, Inc.