Universal Orlando Resort is cranking out a ton of Mardi Gras announcements today, and we cannot wait to catch some beads and eat those mouth-watering beignets. If eating all of the food that the festival has to offer is your thing, we have some great news for you if you want to try everything, and save some money while you do it.
This year Mardi Gras will have over 50 menu items at Universal Studios Florida, which means you better come hungry. The best way to enjoy all of the delicious offerings is to purchase The Food & Beverage Card and Lanyard. All you have to do is pay $65.00 for the card, and you will get $75.00 put on it! Just like that, you will have the option to try a whole other snack or beverage for free (as long as it costs around $10.00, of course).
The best thing about this dining offering is that there is no limit as to how many times you can purchase the package, and it will never expire. That means that Guests can use the remaining balance on their previously purchased Mardi Gras Food & Beverage Card at Mardi Gras 2023’s food & beverage kiosk locations.
Universal’s Mardi Gras: International Flavors of Carnaval will begin on February 4th and will last until April 16th. Admission to the event is included in your theme park ticket, which means that offerings such as the parade, concert line-up, performers, and more are all included during your visit, this is on top of being able to visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, ride Hollywood Rip Ride Rockit, face evil in Revenge of the Mummy, and more.
Speaking of the concert line-up, Universal has just released the 2023 Mardi Gras line-up! If you want to take the first peek, you can do so here! Universal Orlando Resort Mardi Gras Float Ride and Dine Experience tickets are also available, but there has been a big price increase. We have everything you need to know about this popular experience here. The Tribute Store will also be moving this Mardi Gras, and you need to know where Universal will be placing it! We have all the details of its new location here.
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