Nickelodeon Universe finally opened at American Dream last week. With 35 coasters and rides to take on, it’s the biggest indoor theme park in the Western hemisphere. We know the kids can’t wait to go, but it turns out the longer you wait, the more it’ll likely cost you. Nickelodeon Universe prices are going up next month.
Special preview pricing currently costs $39.99 for a general access ticket and $49.99 for an all access ticket. Those rates won’t last though: Starting November 15, ticket prices will go up to $59.99 and $79.99 respectively. If that has you clutching your wallet a little tighter, you should know that parking at the Meadowlands hub will also cost you—$3-6 for 30 minutes to eight hours or $24 for the day (and $10 more for valet).
The long-awaited Nickelodeon Universe Theme Park is home to the world’s steepest roller coaster, tallest and longest spinning coaster and the tallest indoor spinning drop tower, plus a record-breaking nine-story ropes course. Its opening is just the first phase of American Dream’s four-part opening. The entire attraction will be running and open to the public by March 2020.
There’s lots more to come at the mega entertainment and shopping destination. On top of its 400+ luxury shops and retail stores opening next year, American Dream will also be home to Big SNOW America, a gigantic 16-story indoor snow park, a DreamWorks water park and many more one-of-kind experiences.
Have you been to American Dream yet? Are you trying to get tickets before Nickelodeon Universe prices increase? Let us know in the comments.
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