Ticket Sales for "Wizarding World of Harry Potter" Park in Islands of Adventure Boosted By Uniform Rave Reviews

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The end of the school year and the official beginning of summer are just two factors that have contributed to the enormous success of the most spectacular theme park ever designed. The critical ingredient of that success is the theme park itself: a meticulously recreated rendering of the world of Harry Potter. Recognizing that fans are eager to experience the park from top to bottom, a family-owned theme park ticket company in Orlando has created package deals that allow Harry Potter fans to explore Hogsmeade without rushing through their journey.

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There is palpable excitement in the air about this fabulous new theme park, said Pulliam.

A big bright spot has landed in Orlando, boosting the local economy while providing the experience of a lifetime for millions of people. Ticket sales for Universal's Islands of Adventure, which houses "The Wizarding World of Harry Potter" theme park, have provided ticket sellers with plenty of new and repeat business, thanks to the worldwide reception of J.K. Rowling's delightfully intriguing vision that has been replicated into an authentic theme park.

"Park attendance numbers are not typically released by Universal Orlando," said Patrick Pulliam, owner of The Official Ticket (OTC), which sells discounted tickets, passes and upgrades to Universal Studios, Walt Disney World, Kennedy Space Center and SeaWorld. "Based on our ticket sales, which has numbered into the hundreds of thousands, and anecdotal evidence, I think it's safe to acknowledge that the crowds have exceeded expectations, and there is palpable excitement in the air about this fabulous new theme park."

Universal Orlando theme parks include Universal Studios Florida and Islands of Adventure.

"We've had a lot of customers call and ask for assistance about which package they should choose, because they want to make sure they have enough time to visit the Harry Potter attraction along with the other theme parks in Orlando. I tell them there's really no one 'best' package. The best package is the one that fits your needs and budget."

Pulliam said the most popular ticket packages for those eager to visit the new Harry Potter theme park include:

Universal 3 Day 2 Park Base-Adult, which provides 3 day admission to either Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure
Universal 3 Day 2 Park Base-Child, which also provides 3 day admission to either Universal Studios or Islands of Adventure as well as one Kids Eat Free Card

For families who wish to visit Disney attractions, the most popular ticket packages from OTC include:

1 Day Disney Magic Your Way Base Ticket
2 Disney Day Magic Your Way Base Ticket

Disney attraction tickets are good for either two, three or four days, depending on the package selected. "A great feature of the Disney package," said Pulliam, "is that vacationers have complimentary use of Walt Disney World transportation to and from the locations, so they needn't worry about the expense and hassle of parking."

"This is a very competitive business," Pulliam noted. "One of the things that differentiate us from others is our transparency. We're upfront with customers about our pricing, and we never add on 'pass-through' fees or other hidden costs. A lot of online ticket sites are misleading, because the prices listed don't include tax. The consumer gets hit with that only after he or she has spent a lot of time finalizing their choices and is ready to make the purchase."

The Official Ticket Center has been an industry leader in discount Orlando attraction tickets for more than 10 years. Its offerings are available online or over the telephone through a toll-free number, and the company is known for its fair pricing, integrity, and commitment to customer satisfaction.

For more information or to order tickets, visit http://www.officialticketcenter.com or call Pulliam at 1-877-406-4836.


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