The Complete UOAP Guide to Halloween Horror Nights 2018
During this year’s Halloween Horror Nights, you’ll experience more houses than ever before. But you’ll also enjoy more Passholder benefits than before. Check out all the UOAP opportunities below during Halloween Horror Nights
Early Access | Sept. 14, 15, 21, or 22
From 5:30 to 6:30 p.m on September 14, 15, 21 or 22, you and one guest can choose a night of early access to Halloween Horror Nights. After entering through an exclusive entrance, you and your guest will have access to three haunted houses. You’ll also get entry to the night’s first performance of Academy of Villains: Cyberpunk. Afterwards, the frights continue in the rest of the park.
Early Access space is limited and reservations are required. Click here to RSVP for you and your guest soon for the date you’d like.
FREE NIGHT for Premier Passholders | Starts Sept. 14
If you are a Premier Passholder, you get one night of Halloween Horror Nights included with your Annual Pass. Choose from select nights in September, October, or November, and the frights are on us. Check here for all available dates and more details.
UOAP Halloween Horror Nights Button | Oct. 1 – 31
The second in the series of exclusive UOAP buttons will be released on Oct. 1. It celebrates Carey, Ohio, a secret part of Halloween Horror Nights history. Be sure to pick up your second exclusive UOAP free button during the day at select Guest Services locations. Show the world you know the parks inside and out when you go to Halloween Horror Nights.
Remember, there are limited amounts of the buttons and each is only available for a limited time. Make sure you’re in the UOAP Facebook group and have your email address updated on your UOAP account to be the first to know when new ones show up in-park.
Exclusive Merchandise | Starts September 12
You can also flaunt your Halloween Horror Nights pride with the exclusive 2018 Passholder pin and 2018 Passholder t-shirt. Both of these collectibles will be found in the Halloween Horror Nights Tribute Store. And, as a Passholder, you can get early access to the store before the general public on Wednesday, Sept. 12, beginning at 9 a.m.
Scare, Stay & Save | Through Nov. 3
Keep the fright going all night when you stay at one of our on-site hotels during Halloween Horror Nights. When you book a Passholder-exclusive one-night hotel package, you’ll receive a a commemorative pin, a 1-night admission to Halloween Horror Nights, and have a place to sleep afterwards—if you can.
This exclusive Passholder package starts at $115 per adult, and you can book now through Nov. 2 for stays Sept. 14 – Nov. 3. Click here for all details, including participating hotels and to make your reservations.
Exclusive Discounts | Sept. 14 – Nov. 3
Take advantage of some special Halloween Horror Nights discounts created just for UOAP. Learn more here.
- Halloween Horror Nights Discounted Tickets: Passholders can save up to $58 on select nights of Halloween Horror Nights when you buy 1-night admission tickets online. Or, multiply the fright with the Frequent Fear Pass—23 nights for less than the price of one when you buy online. Discounted tickets are on sale for all Passholders.
- R.I.P. Tour Discount: Take a guided walking tour of all things Halloween Horror Nights. You’ll get all of the deadly details and get a Passholder discount. Premier and Preferred Passholders save 10%, and Power Passholders save 5%. Call 1-866-346-9350 for details and to book your tour.
- Dining Savings: Feed your fear with dining savings from Sept. 14-16 and Sept. 21-23 on specialty food items at select restaurants. Preferred, Power and Seasonal Passholders add a 10% discount, while Premier Passholders enjoy a 15% discount on these same items.
For more information on Halloween Horror Nights—and all the details on these exclusive offers—head over to the Halloween Horror Nights Passholder page. And be sure to join the UOAP Facebook group to connect with other Passholders and share your Halloween Horror Nights insider tips.
We’re ready to make your nightmares come true. The question is: are you?