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5-Day Universal Orlando Resort Passes as Low as $200 at Sam’s Club (Just $40 Per Day)

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Through July 31st, Sam’s Club is offering Buy Two Days, Get Three Days FREE Universal Orlando Resort packages!

Note that all five-day passes are valid for any seven consecutive calendar days.

people riding roller coaster with castle in the background

Choose from these package options…

5-Day Base 2 Park Package $215.99 for Adults, $205.99 for Kids
With this package, you get to choose between Universal Studios Florida or Universal’s Islands of Adventure!


5-Day Park-to-Park 2 Park Package $255.99 for Adults, $245.99 for Kids
You can go to both Universal Studios Florida and Universal’s Islands of Adventure with this package!

Blue water ride at Universal Studios


5-Day Base 3 Park Package $269.99 for Adults, $259.99 for Kids
You can choose from Universal Studios Florida, Universal’s Islands of Adventure, or Universal’s Volcano Bay!


5-Day Park-to-Park 3 Park Package $305.99 for Adults, $295.99 for Kids
This package allows you to go to all three parks on the same day!


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  1. Ruby

    I believe universalorlando.com has the same deals.

    • Amy

      Same with undercovertourist.com

      • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

        Hi Amy! It looks like they do have a similar promotion, but the Sam’s Club prices are lower for the packages I’m finding. Thanks!

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      Hi Ruby! It looks like the prices on Universal’s website are just a bit higher than what’s available at Sam’s Club. Hope that helps!

  2. Debbie

    thank you my daughter wants her sweet 16 at universal perfect timing

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      You’re welcome Debbie! And happy birthday to your daughter!

    • Nicole

      We are doing the same for our daughter for her 16th. 🙂

  3. Debbie

    i am not seeing these prices when i click your links they are all higher

    • Liza (Hip Sidekick)

      Hmm. Be sure you’re looking under the Buy 2 Days, Get 3 Days Free promotion, as I’m still finding the prices listed in the post to be the same as those on the website.

  4. Angie

    I am looking for just 2 day passes….are there any deals out there for just the 2 days?

  5. Kaysha

    They have to be used by December 20th and we’re planning on going in January. Is there likely to be another similar deal as it gets closer?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      From past experience, they run deals twice a year. Hope this helps, Kaysha!

  6. jiya

    We are planning to take kids to Anaheim in end of the july. I am looking for tickets for Disneyland or universal studio. Any suggestions which one is better for kids & best way to get discounted tickets. Are there any other places which kids can enjoy?

    • Lo

      Maybe look at knots berry farm. Haven’t been since I was a kid but they’re now owned by cedar faire. Snoopy themed amusement parks. They used to give military/veterans + family a free day.

    • shop4mybabies

      disney discounts really don’t exist and places that say they have discounted tickets are typically a sham. i book through costco because i feel like it’s safe, i get a relatively good deal and costco extras like a giftcard and a lanyard and special trading pin per guest

    • Melissa m

      Jiya- we live in Orlando and have both. I would suggest making your decision on what movies you prefer. I went to Universal and did both parks by 3 pm. I don’t really like any of the movies that the rides were based off so it was easy for me to pass it up and not mind. I’m a Disney person and love their movies so I love going on their rides and still love seeing the characters. It’s a personal choice.

    • MommySpendsLess

      Florida resident (assuming parks in California are similar) having had passes at various ages and stages… although there are fun things to do at all the parks for all age groups I would generally recommend Universal for older kids and DIsney for younger ones. I’m basing that off theming, ride intensity and ride scariness. Universal – Jurassic Park, Harry Potter, Marvel superheros, storms/special effects, The Mummy, the Simpsons. Not only are those shows/movies that most kids under 8yo haven’t heard of, the rides themselves are more intense – roller coasters, some dark rides with mummies, dinosaurs and villians popping out, simulations of earthquakes and tornadoes.
      Disney focuses on characters from the animated movies and Disney Junior. The roller costers aren’t as fast or intense and the themes lend themselves to less scary, we’re-abour-to-be-attacked moments. I realize that’s a broadsweeping over generalization – just intended to give you a starting place.

  7. Jiya

    Thanks!!

  8. Dee

    Groupon actually have a similar sale, and you can use one of their promo codes to bring the price down. But the sale ends soon and tickets are valid in July.

    • Dee

      Are not***
      Sorry tickets Are not valid in July

      • jiya

        Thank you everyone for taking the time & replying. I appreciate it.

  9. Nita

    I’m trying to figure this out, never been to Disney land or Disney anything but now my LO is asking to go and so now scouring discount offers, but if discount pricing sites are a scam, can anyone say what is the average price for a 1 day pass for a child and adult? I’m finding it’s around $100-$200. Then there’s a 1 day hopper fare? And so on and so on..It’s all so confusing frankly if you’re not experienced in all this.

    • yellowcinderella

      We felt the same way and ended up using Tabitha at Mousecation on Facebook. She was unbelievably wonderful and it made our Disney trip so easy. And all her help was free. Totally free. HTH!

  10. Kim T

    So now there’s just that pesky little bit about where to sleep.

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