UNIVERSAL Orlando has already announced the dates for their Halloween event next year – 310 days in advance.
The theme park's early announcement coincides with the attraction's 30th anniversary in 2020.
Halloween Horror Nights will return for 39 nights, running from September 10 to October 31.
Next year will feature 10 new haunted houses, as well as five ''scare zones' and live entertainment, according to Travel Weekly.
Some of the attractions at this years' Halloween Horror Nights, which we tried out for ourselves, featured a number of 80s themed films and TV shows.
Haunted houses were based on iconic franchises including Ghostbusters, Stranger Things, Jordan Peele’s chiller Us and Killer Klowns From Outer Space.
Other experiences included the Universal Orlando original Yeti: Terror of the Yukon as guests battled to escape the arctic caves featuring the yeti, as well as Depths of Fear, where you were a deep-sea miner trying to avoid the deadly parasitic monsters.
More than one million guests visit every year, although it is not recommended for kids under 13 years old as it is "too intense" for young children.
This year, tickets started from $67.99 (£54) for single tickets or $109.99 (£88) for multiple nights.
Universal Orlando are yet to reveal how much it will cost next year.
The horror nights, which first launched in 1991, aren't the only Halloween attraction to feature at Theme Parks.
We went behind the scenes of Alton Towers new The Attic maze for their annual ScareFest, revealing how they make it terrifying for guests every year.
Thorpe Park. Legoland and Drayton Manor all had their own Halloween attractions this year.
Universal Orlando has also announced their new 'Epic Universe' theme park which doubles the size of Universal Orlando.
Universal are also launching a Nintendo theme park next year.
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