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Universal Orlando's Halloween Horror Nights Welcomes Beetlejuice To HHN Tribute Store

Grab yourself a Werewolf Cake Pop and a retro t-shirt at this year's ultra themed Tribute Store.

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Universal Orlando Resort may have cancelled this year's Halloween Horror Nights but there's still some screams to be had at the resort.

Despite there being no houses or scare zones, the Tribute Store has returned. Fans can enjoy 4 themed rooms of HHN merchandise, sweet treats and a certain “ghost with the most”.

Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 2020 Tribute
Universal Orlando

Someone must have said his name three times because one room has been dedicated to Beetlejuice. He's not only taken over the merchandise but the whole room has been themed to some of the movie's best known scenes. There's the stairwell snake, the graveyard and you can catch a glimpse of the Maitland's in their wedding attire.

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Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 2020 Tribute
Universal Orlando

Beetlejuice isn't the only spook that fans can enjoy in the Tribute Store this year. Past faces from the event can be seen in one of the other rooms. Dedicated to Halloween Horror Nights Icons of the past, there's retro t-shirts and posters to celebrate 30 years of HHN. Of course you can't honour past HHN's without Jack. The murderous clown takes centre stage among the carved pumpkins that decorate the room.

Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 2020 Tribute
Universal Orlando

After terrifying guests in last year's maze, the Universal Monsters can be found in the Tribute Store this year too. This room resembles a laboratory and the team have cooked up some excellent merchandise. You will need to watch out for Frankenstein's Monster!

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Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 2020 Tribute
Universal Orlando

Even though we won't be getting our usual Halloween Horror Nights snacks (missing you Twisted Taters), the Tribute Store has us covered. Grab savoury snacks and sweet treats with a Cherry Gummy Beating Heart, Vegan Brownie Skull or a Pretzel Striped Foot-Long Dog. There are quite a few to try so make sure you save room for the Glowing Mummy Donut.

Although 2020 has been a bit of a horror show, it's good that there's still a bit of Halloween Horror Nights fun to tide us over until HHN returns in 2021.

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