Money, money, money, moneeyyy, MONAY (‘a’ intended)! One of Los Angeles’ popular theme parks is about to get super lucrative for Travel Agents in Australia and New Zealand.

Because for the first time, Universal Studios Hollywood has released commissionable Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) tickets for consultants Down Under.


Commission is available on tickets sold for Universal’s upcoming Halloween Horror Nights (HHN) festivities, during which time the theme park will be scary as hell.

Seriously, hell is probably the theme they’re using for entertainment over the spooky period because head office said they’re planning “the scariest, most intense Halloween event in Southern California”.

As part of this year’s scare-fest, Universal Studios will set up eight terrifying mazes on select nights based on the most frightening films and TV shows including American Horror Story, The Shining, Ash vs. Evil and The Walking Dead.

There’s also going to be a new Terror Tram experience, an all-new Jabbawockeez live show and mega scare zones awaiting around every dark corner.


Universal Studios Hollywood’s Regional Manager Tristan Freedman said this is an exciting first for the park.

“We know how popular our Halloween Horror Nights experience is with our Australian and New Zealand visitors,” he said.

“We’re pleased to be able to provide a wholesale option for this experience for the first time and are already working on next year to ensure we give this market more ticket options to sell with a greater lead time.”

Tristan Freedman, Universal Studios Hollywood Regional Manager


With a Day/Night Combo ticket, travellers can visit Universal Studios by day and enjoy access to all daytime attractions including The Wizarding World of Harry PotterTM, the world-famous Studios Tour featuring Fast & Furious – Supercharged, and Despicable Me Minion Mayhem and more.

While the day portion of the ticket is valid for any day between 8 September to 12 November, the HHN ticket (night portion) is only valid on select nights and these can be checked through wholesalers (Infinity, Helloworld, Si or House of Travel) at the time of booking.

Have you visited Universal Studios Hollywood during Halloween?