Skip the Line: Front of Line Pass at Universal Studios Hollywood
Reviewed by: Dominic D, February 2015
Front of line passes were a brilliant idea, we would never have seen nearly as much without them, great idea and well worth the money
Reviewed by: Joel M, February 2015
Buying the front of the line pass was the best choice. Had the greatest time and enjoyed every moment . Thanks Viator for making this possible.
Reviewed by: Tania Z, February 2015
Well worth getting the front of line pass. No line ups which means you can spend more time enjoying yourself rather thank standing in a line. Well worth the extra money.
Reviewed by: Earle Johnston, Australia, February 2015
Excellent experience. Highly recommend Front of Line Passes - no queue waits at all during the day so we were able to go on every ride/show. Also some additional behind the scenes access with FOL passes. Best way to access Universal Studios
Reviewed by: William J, January 2015
Yes you pay a lot more but definitely worth it, especially on busy days like we had.
Reviewed by: laglickstein, United States of America, January 2015
tremendous day....we went during a very busy time of year (Xmas week)......the front of line pass is the ONLY way to get through everything without losing your mind. There's nothing better than seeing the "60 minutes from here" sign and just blowing past everyone and going right to the front. Yes, it's expensive, but it's worth every penny. You can only use the pass once per ride, but if you go early, some rides have no wait times, so you can go again later in the day and then use the pass when the wait times grow, as we did with the Simpsons, Mummy, and Transformers
Reviewed by: angie rouede, USA, December 2014
It was a great time with my 16 year old son. This was his well-deserved Christmas Present, a wonderful time, we had indeed. We were able to go on all the rides at least twice, due to the "Skip the Line" feature. Well worth it. Funny enough, the Minon pass he received had his name on it. Tee hee. Happy New Years, and thanks again, Viator, and Universal Studios Hollywood:)