Theme Park Pulse: News and Notes for Week of Feb. 8, 2016
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Universal Studios Hollywood has introduced EZ Rez, an easy-to-use online ticket purchasing system that not only allows customers to book date specific tickets, but it also gives EZ Rez ticket holders early entry to The Wizarding World of Harry Potter.
Plans are in the works for a new 286,000-square-foot facility at Walt Disney World's ESPN Wide World of Sports that will eventually host cheerleading and dance team competitions.
Universal Orlando and its corporate owner, Comcast, have revealed that the company has purchased a $130 million piece of property, a large piece of land near International Drive and the Orange County Convention Center. The property is also close to Universal Orlando's main complex and its Wet 'n Wild water park.
To celebrate the approaching spring and summer rush, Disneyland Resort is now offering 16 unforgettable experiences to help visitors make the most out of their 2016 vacation.
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