PHOTO: Universal Orlando Resort Volcano Bay rendering. (photo courtesy of Universal Orlando Resort)
The Volcano Bay water park at Universal Orlando Resort is scheduled to open May 25, but prices for tickets to the new attraction have already been revealed.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, one-day tickets will cost $67 for adults and $62 for children, while multi-day tickets start at $92 per day for park-to-park passes and $74 per day for single-park passes.
Guests will also have the option to purchase a Volcano Bay express pass, which will help skip the lines for an additional $19.99 per day.
There are also several ticket bundle options from Universal Orlando, including a one-day, two-park pass for $165 or a one-day, three-park pass for $205, which covers Islands of Adventure, Universal Studios and the new Volcano Bay.
As for premier passes that include other incentives like free Halloween Horror Nights tickets, those will cost $638.99 plus an additional $149 for an upgrade from the standard two- to three-park passes.
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Blackout dates do apply for tickets, with Christmas, spring break and summer being prime season for the theme parks. However, there are no blackout dates for premier annual pass holders.
In November 2016, Universal Studios began selling tickets to Volcano Bay as part of multi-day admission passes, with admission costing between $245 and $295.