I Went to Disneyland and Universal — Which Is Better for Halloween

Add-ons can make or break the experience at Halloween Horror Nights.

The Bates Motel at Universal Studios Hollywood.

Carly Caramanna


Because of the lengthy wait times, I think an add-on could make your experience better at HHN. Without it, you’re going to be spending the bulk of your time in line.

The Universal Express pass, which runs from $209 to $339 depending on the package, provides expedited line access to all mazes, attractions, and shows. 

R.I.P. Tours, priced between $299 to $439, are another option to ensure you get the most out of your visit. The small-group experience includes a guided walking tour of the event, unlimited Universal Express access, dinner, and valet parking. 

If you live in the area or are planning on making several trips, you can also buy a Frequent Fear Pass for $199 that gives you 26 entrances into the event or an Ultimate Fear Pass for $329 that allows access to every night.

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