Thursday, November 24, 2011

So You Opt For An Online Ticket at Universal Studios Singapore...

The title most certainly says it all.

You want your Universal Studios Singapore (USS) tickets right now so that you don't have to deal with the long queue come D-Day.

Or probably you've read complaints from tourists who weren't able to enter the theme park because tickets were already sold out that day.

Oh, I heard you just muttered, "Is that really possible?"

I know, it's inconceivable, right?

But according to certain fora, it really does.

Since we don't want to take any chances, we purchased our tickets from the Official Website of Universal Studios Singapore.

                                Screenshot from Universal Studios Singapore Website

The site is pretty much easy to navigate.

Just click on the TICKET tab and you'll be directed to this page.

Here, you'll get to choose which ticket type you want.

When you look closely, you'll understand that toddlers aged four year-olds and below are exempted from paying the entrance fee.

How great is that?

That means, we don't have to pay for Tutapel's pass just like what happened at Hong Kong Disneyland.


                             Screenshot from Universal Studios Singapore Website

To find out whether your visit falls on a peak or non-peak season, simply click on the phrase "seasonal price chart" which is already highlighted in red for your convenience.


                               Screenshots from Universal Studios Singapore Website

Once you've made your choice, you can start filling out the forms.

Get your passport number and credit card number ready to make your online purchase much faster.

After payment, you'll receive  your BOOKING CONFIRMATION plus a PRINT AT HOME TICKET just like this via email.

Make sure though that you print this as clear as possible for this will serve as your one and only pass to Universal Studios Singapore.

Remember to bring your credit card with you so that you can claim your FOOD/DRINKS VOUCHER worth SGD 10 or roughly around Php 340 at the theme park.

I'll let you know how our visit transpired in future posts.


Footnote: If you have the budget, you can also purchase an Express Pass for an additional SGD 30 or roughly around Php 1,300 so that you don't have to line up for any of the rides.


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  1. There are many promotions going around. You can always get a better deal from other places than from the website!

  2. hi kaye, just want to ask if i need to present the physical card upon entering the park,
    thank you :)