Tickets for both parks cost the same, and you must specify the day you’re going. Like Disney, Universal charges more on busy days. Unlike at Disney, you can almost always get in. But Universal also gives you a $20 discount if you buy multi-day tickets online, so it’s crucial you do so.

Prices fluctuate daily according to a preset calendar. 

Prices purchased online; the higher prices are for peak days:
*1-day ticket for one park: $109–$159 adults, $104–$154 kids 3–9
(Make any 1-day ticket park-to-park for $55 more)
*2 days, one park daily: $273–$351 adults, $263–$341 kids 3–9
(Make any 2-day ticket park-to-park for $60 more)
*3 days, one park daily: $233–$316 adults, $223–$306 kids 3–9
*3 days, two parks daily: $327–$376 adults, $317–$366 kids 3–9
*4 days, one park/two parks daily: $247–$328 adults, $237–$318 kids 3–9
*4 days, two parks daily: $312–$393 adults, $302–$383 kids 3–9
*3 parks, park-to-park access (including Volcano Bay): 2 days $315–$386 adults, $305–$376 kids 3–9; 3 days $333–$411 adults, $323–$401 kids 3–9; 4 days $377–$438, $367–$428 kids 3–9


To enter both parks on the same day and to ride the Hogwarts Express train that links the two parks, you must have a park-to-park ticket. If you buy a limited, one-park ticket and change your mind midway through the day, don’t worry. There are ticket upgrade kiosks at the Hogwarts Express train stations that simply charge you the difference in price for a park-to-park ticket, and you can be on your way again.
 

Note: This information was accurate when it was published, but can change without notice. Please be sure to confirm all rates and details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.