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Also: Why you should go on a walking safari [The Points Guy]( WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY Sep 15, 2022 SPONSORED BY [TPG] HOW SCARY CAN A THEME PARK BE? Now that I’ve braved Halloween Horror Nights at Universal Orlando, I can say with 100% certainty that a theme park can be very scary. I think TPG’s director of travel content, Summer Hull, would agree. She joined me for this year’s frightful festivities and shared just how scary it is in her [review of the event]( (we also filmed a [scream-filled vlog]( while we were there if you want to take a peek). Although it was scary, we both had a blast. So much so that my husband and I are headed back for round two this weekend to celebrate our 12th wedding anniversary (till death do us part, as they say). I would urge anyone to face their fears and give Halloween Horror Nights a try at least once. But if you want to skip the spine-tingling thrills that come along with this event for the butterflies-in-your-stomach thrills that you experience on Universal’s coasters, we’ve got you covered there, too. Here are our top tips for visiting Universal Orlando Resort: - [TPG’s complete guide to visiting Universal Orlando]( - [Unlock more magic: 16 Universal Orlando secrets to know before your next trip]( - [Is Universal's Express Pass worth it? TPG tested how much time it really saves you in line]( - [How to use points to save money at Universal Orlando]( If you simply cannot be convinced to visit Universal Orlando during spooky season, you could always [wait for the holidays](. Photo by Summer Hull/The Points Guy. Wishing you thrills and chills, Tarah Chieffi, Family Travel Writer Posts in this newsletter contains references to products from one or more of our advertisers. We may receive compensation when you click on links to those products. For an explanation of our Advertising Policy, [visit this page](#). FROM OUR PARTNER SPONSORED BY [TPG] Have oversold flights and soaring hotel prices kept you from taking a summer vacation? We partnered with [VISA]( to share ideas to help you plan trips to lesser-known destinations where you can still score deals and have a fantastic time. Here’s everything you need to know about summer travel in 2022. [Learn more]( TODAY'S TOP STORIES [2 cruise lines cancel Bermuda calls over continued COVID-19 testing requirements]( Transatlantic sailings are currently only those affected. [Read more]( [Mayhem at Amsterdam Airport as airlines asked to cancel flights]( The latest in a string of issues for the airport this year. [Read more]( [Why September is a great time to apply for a new credit card]( There's more to September than pumpkin spice and colorful leaves. [Read more]( [JetBlue flash sale: Flights from $39 until Sept. 15]( Today is your last chance to snag this deal. [Read more]( [Up close and animal: Why walking safaris are so worthwhile]( It truly is a different experience than riding in a safari vehicle. [Read more]( THE LATEST 1 [Priceline VIP Visa cardholders can now earn points while redeeming PricePoints]( 2 [Get closer to airline status (and your next trip) when you open this savings account]( 3 [How to celebrate Halloween at theme parks this October]( 4 [Why your next luxury safari should be to Asia]( 5 [Amtrak cancels all long-distance train service as of Sept. 15 amid labor dispute]( 6 [United changes how it shows saver awards online — how to tell if flights are bookable with a partner]( 7 [World's largest Christmas light maze coming to Resorts World Las Vegas this holiday season]( 8 [More Heathrow flights expected to be rescheduled ahead of the queen’s funeral]( 9 [Tickets now available for DC’s National Air and Space Museum, but act fast]( 10 [United Airlines, Emirates announce once-unthinkable partnership]( [fb]( [insta]( [yt]( [tw]( [in](#) [mail](#) You are receiving this because you opted in at [thepointsguy.com](. Where to find us: The Points Guy 100 5th Ave., 16th Floor New York, NY 10011 USA0 USA Changed your mind? You can [unsubscribe]( at any time. Advertiser Disclosure: The credit card offers that appear on the website are from credit card companies from which [ThePointsGuy.com]( receives compensation. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site (including, for example, the order in which they appear). This site does not include all credit card companies or all available credit card offers. Please view our [advertising policy page](#) for more information. Editorial Note: Opinions expressed here are the author’s alone, not those of any bank, credit card issuer, airlines or hotel chain, and have not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by any of these entities. THE POINTS GUY © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 2022

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