Florida Residents Can Go To Universal Orlando for Less Than $54 A Day

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Universal Orlando is offering a promotion to Florida residents that will allow them to visit the theme parks for less than $54 dollars per day.

Florida residents can take advantage of the 2-park, 3-day ticket for $159.99.

Residents also have the option to add a fourth day for only $15 plus tax. You can also add a park-to-park option, which will allow you to visit multiple parks in one day for an extra $40 plus tax.

Residents can only take advantage of this promotion with a valid promo code from Coca-Cola or Coke Zero Sugar products.

Those interested in taking advantage of the promotion must purchase their tickets by April 4th. Guests will be able to visit the parks through June 30 with no blackout dates.

The promotion lines up with the park’s Mardi Gras Celebration, which is a family-friendly version of the renowned New Orleans celebration which features Cajun-style cuisine, a nightly parade and live concerts.

For more details on the promotion and Mardi Gras, click here.

Universal Orlando is owned by NBCUniversal, which owns and operates WTVJ-NBC6. 

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