Universal Orlando is rolling out a new pricing model, switching to date-based pricing for theme park tickets, as prices will vary depending on the date of your visit.

Prices will be higher during peak periods, which is a popular but busy time to visit the parks. In contrast, prices will be lower during the off-peak season, which is less crowded.

For example, a standard Florida Resident 2-Park, 1-Day ticket starts at $164+tax but climbs to $194+tax during the Holiday season. The screenshots below give an example of the fluctuations of a 1-Park, 1-Day ticket for Florida Residents.

For Multi-Day ticket passes, prices are calculated by the guest’s first selected day, which determines the average price per day. For those who want a little more date flexibility, Universal offers the “Flexticket”, which is priced at a slightly higher rate depending on your ticket option.

For more information on prices, visit Universal Orlando’s official website.

The change in the pricing model does not change Universal’s latest “buy a day, visit through December 24” ticket offer for Florida Residents.