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$10 Niagara Falls WonderFalls pass. 10 attractions included! Niagara residents only. Nov12-17

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My wife purchased this today. Not asked for ID. No taxes. Add it together with our $85 Waterpark stay and $45 Fallsview room in 2 weeks.
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MegaSilver wrote:
Nov 1st, 2017 10:06 pm
My wife purchased this today. Not asked for ID. No taxes. Add it together with our $85 Waterpark stay and $45 Fallsview room in 2 weeks.
Did you get the Fallsview room as part of the Sleep Cheap Charities? If so, did you just call and tell them you were Niagara resident? Will they check your id for local address upon check in?
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Headbeancounter wrote:
Nov 5th, 2017 12:45 pm
Did you get the Fallsview room as part of the Sleep Cheap Charities? If so, did you just call and tell them you were Niagara resident? Will they check your id for local address upon check in?
Yes, I got the rooms the morning they were released. Most of the good ones are gone that morning. I have been taking advantage of this promo for 10 years now. Yes, at check in they ask you for photo ID and a credit card for incidentals.
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wakka2u wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 11:14 am
dont forget to look at the restaurant bills for tourist tax..

https://canuckscribe.wordpress.com/2013 ... -tell-you/
This article is from 2013. Most of the places that were charging that fee have now changed it to another name (usually a Destination Marketing Fee)and it is no longer voluntary. The only way to avoid paying this fee is to inquire before using the establishment and going elsewhere if they do. You can request to have the fee removed, but that decision will be up to the establishment based on 'customer service'.
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Just spent the day as a family of 6 using this $30 pass.

You really can't beat this price - we did 5 of the attractions and the kids loved the funhouse. It would have been maybe $200 otherwise without the pass.

Keep in mind that the arcade is NOT on Clifton hill - it's closer to the new casino, so it's very out of the way.

Still an amazing deal! We all had a great time even though I spent $ on other stuff (food, coffee etc.) I can see why they keep the attraction price low since there were tiny crowds and almost no lineups, so it's a way to put money in the local economy during the off season.

We plan on making this an annual family event - it was a great day!
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stripesandsocks wrote:
Nov 13th, 2017 8:59 pm
Just spent the day as a family of 6 using this $30 pass.

You really can't beat this price - we did 5 of the attractions and the kids loved the funhouse. It would have been maybe $200 otherwise without the pass.

Keep in mind that the arcade is NOT on Clifton hill - it's closer to the new casino, so it's very out of the way.

Still an amazing deal! We all had a great time even though I spent $ on other stuff (food, coffee etc.) I can see why they keep the attraction price low since there were tiny crowds and almost no lineups, so it's a way to put money in the local economy during the off season.

We plan on making this an annual family event - it was a great day!
How did you manage to buy the pass from Toronto?
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