Publix grocery stores no longer sell discounted Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) tickets, several store associates confirmed.
Discounted tickets to the annual fall event held at Universal Orlando Resort used to appear at Publix about a month before HHN began.
We contacted six Publix stores near Universal Orlando Resort; none said they had in-stock tickets or were planning to sell HHN tickets.
In past years, tickets have been discounted from around $20 to $30 off prices at the gate, with weeknight tickets being less expensive than weekend tickets. There may be similar discounts if ticket sales return to Publix in the future.
Halloween Horror Nights tickets start at about $80 online and $120 at the gate. Multi-night tickets, V.I.P. tours, and express passes are also available on Universal Orlando Resort’s Halloween Horror Nights web page.
Halloween Horror Nights tickets do not include admission to Universal Orlando’s theme park and attractions. See our related research to find out about Universal Orlando tickets at Publix.
(Note that Halloween Horror Nights is also held at Universal Studios Hollywood, but Publix has no store locations in California.)
- Publix store customer service representatives