If you are anything like me, you've been dreaming of visiting the Wizarding World of Harry Potter since they announced its construction in 2007. I've still never had the chance to go and I honestly can't wait until I have the opportunity to sip some butterbeer and test out wands at Ollivander's.

That's why I was over the moon to see that Universal Orlando is now offering a deal that is essentially 50% off tickets to the park.

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TL;DR Universal Orlando is offering tickets to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter for 50% off — you can now get four days for the price of two! Scroll down for a link to the deal.

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The deal being offered by Orlando Studios is two days free when you buy two days — essentially four days for the price of two!!

For only $214 you can spend four days in sunny Florida exploring Borgin and Burkes, The Leaky Cauldron, Weasleys' Wizarding Wheezes, and a bunch of other shops and eateries featured in Rowling's famous novels. 

For me this definitely means two WHOLE days in the Wizarding World and then, luckily, the pass allows you to also visit Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure.

The Wizarding World of Harry Potter was made as a re-creation of Diagon Alley and a small section of Muggle London.

The rides include an "Escape from Gringotts," with a dragon that breaths fire, and a ride on the Hogwarts Express.

In order to cash-in on the deal you need to book your tickets before March 14th, 2019. You have until May 31st 2019 to take your trip.

This offer isn't available during this holiday season, the blackout dates are December 26 - 31st 2018, so essentially you have to wait until January 2019 to take your magical trip.

You can also save by making some (or all) of your days at the park weekdays instead of weekends. You'll also save yourself some time waiting in line, as there are way fewer visitors on weekdays. 

With a Park-to-Park ticket, you can ride the Hogwarts Express between Hogsmeade and King's Cross Station. Or, for the cheaper option, buy just one park per day.

Since you know you'll be there for four days, it's totally worth it to spread out your itinerary out and save a couple bucks (about $12 per day).

Universal Studios is also more than just Harry Potter! The park includes Jimmy Fallon's Race Through New York ride, the 3-D Transformers ride, and a bunch of other roller coasters.

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To check out the fine print or book your trip, head to Universal Orlando's site here.


 

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