Just three days after Walt Disney World announced a hike in one-day, one-park admission, Universal Orlando is following suit.
A one-day, one-park adult ticket is now $96 plus tax, up from $92. A children's ticket costs $90, up from $86. A one-day, two-park ticket jumped from $128 to $136 for adults and $122 to $130 for children.
A two-day ticket to Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure increased from $146.99 to $155.99 for adults and $136.99 to $145.99 for children. Two-day, two-park passes went from $166.99 to $195.99 for adults and from $156.99 to $185.99 for children.
The price of annual passes did not go up, a Universal Orlando spokesperson said.
"We set our prices to reflect the value of the entertainment experience we provide. Our guests continue to tell us we offer great entertainment at great value," said Director of Publicity Alyson Lundell. "We offer a variety of value-driven, multi-day vacation packages for guests and their families with options as low as $49 per day."
On Sunday, Disney announced it had increased the price for its one-day, one-park admission by $4. It is the second price hike for tickets in less than a year. Tickets will now cost you $99 to enter into the Magic Kingdom Park. For a one-day admission ticket to Animal Kingdom, Hollywood Studios and Epcot, the price is now $94.
Disney also said the Florida Resident 3-day and 4-day ticket prices will remain the same.