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While there are hotels immediately nearby that USH has shuttles for, I don't think they are directly owned or get any particular benefits from USH. While I can't say for sure, I strongly suspect they do not get the passes.
Let's put it this way... at USO, the front of the line pass is your hotel key. At USH, the front of the line pass is a special ticket called "Gate A" that they give out on a lanyard. So I really doubt it.
That said, you can get the front of the line passes online, which is probably your best bet if you want one. There is a limited number they sell daily, so be safe if it's a priority for you.
If you're going in September, October, November, Jan, Feb you won't need a front of the line pass. Just browse the forums here for tips on what to hit up first, and you'll be done with the park within a few hours with lots of time to go back and ride everything you want again. (No lines, such a small park, etc.)
I'm thinking about going the Sun/Mon before Thanksgiving - which had me a bit worried about the crowds.
We will probably stay @ the Universal Sheraton.
You should still be alright, even when busy the park is still quite manageable. (Being such a small park)
Here is a rough guide to help you.
Simpsons (walk on)
Head to the lower lot
JP once or twice (walk on)
Mummy once or twice (walk on)
Back to the upper lot
Simpsons (should be walk on or close to it, as everyone will be at the lower lot)
Shrek/Animal Actors/Special Effects/Waterworld/T2 (one or all, just check showtimes when you first get to the park and plan accordingly)
Any other rides or attractions you want to do again