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Universal Orlando Offers Cheap Deal For Florida Residents This Summer

Florida residents can make a trip to Universal Orlando on the cheap this summer. 

The theme park resort is offering a sweet deal to entice residents to come and re-experience the magic of Universal.

$174

Buy One, Get Second Day Free

This promotion carries no blackout dates, can be used on non-consecutive days and will provide access to both Universal Studios and Islands of Adventure.

With its tourism economy hurting due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Orlando's attractions are looking to locals and state residents for a boost.

The deal will last throughout the summer.  

Via Universal Orlando 

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