Well on Canada Day Weekend, 7 of my friends and I are going to Montreal. We've looked at Greyhound, and I believe the bus ticket is around 120, Coach Canada is 90+tax?(students) and we even checked out Via Rail, and it is 150. I haven't checked plane tickets,but I'm assuming its expensive. Wasn't there a promotion where it states Buy One get One free, or something of that nature. So basically, I just want to get there as cheap as possible, btw(no hit*****ing) . Well there's 8 all together, and we are all 18-19, so we are trying to save money, so we can all use it in Montreal. So cheap tickets to Montreal from Toronto???
Also, wat are some nice clubs or places to go in Downtown Montreal??
Responses are greatly appreciated.
Jun 23rd, 2005 07:05 AM #1
Cheap way to get to Montreal??
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Jun 23rd, 2005 07:11 AM #2
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There will be very little going on in montreal on canada day.You would be better off going to ottawa.
Jun 23rd, 2005 10:25 AM #3
we're not going there for the festivities, were going there for the french chicas and the nightlife...
So anyone, any deals to Montreal or places to go to in Montreal? ie. nice clubs, or anything for young adults??
Jun 23rd, 2005 10:33 AM #4
Walking is good exercise and free.
500 km @ 75km/day would put you in la belle province in less than a week...
Jun 23rd, 2005 11:47 AM #5
Visasavings.ca has a 50% off coupon for VIA RAIL if you use a visa to buy your tickets online I think.
VIA Rail also gives discounts for ISIC cards.
Jun 23rd, 2005 02:19 PM #6Originally Posted by mistacal
as for clubs...i found sunday is DEAD there...best are friday and sat...you should def. check out club 737...its on top of a building...walk out balconys and everything...very nice with 2 floors...and on sat night night...best after hours club is aria with 2 floors (dance in 1, reggae/hip-hop in other) and the place has like 30 sofas so u can crash if your dead...also Tokyo is good but a little small and Jet is decent...just watch out for the after hours clubs...some sell fake tickets outside and charge $30+...btw liquor is more expensive there but beer i think is cheaper and sold in grocery stores...and as for dinner...any place on St. Denis i think...
Jun 23rd, 2005 02:50 PM #7
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Jun 23rd, 2005 04:05 PM #8Originally Posted by m77m7
I still found via rail to be the most economical choice, though.
Jul 11th, 2005 09:42 AM #9
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I need to get to Montreal now for Just for Laughs. Anyone have any new info or new deals? (2ppl traveling) No visa savings from what I can see.
- Someone told me shuttles (large vans) travel back and forth to Montreal. Cheaper than Greyhound but I can't find anything about it online. Any ideas?
Thanks for your help.
Jul 11th, 2005 10:06 AM #10
Cheapest way is to drive - my car does almost 500 km on a tank which costs about $35 to fill (@80cents/litre ) - so a Montreal roundtrip costs about $70 for one person. (...and if you can talk four friends into going with you - it'll only be $14 each!)
The train and bus are crazy expensive...
Jul 11th, 2005 10:13 AM #11
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Greyhound companion fare?
Bring a companion (either a child or an adult) for 75 percent off ($15 minimum one-way and $30 return, plus GST) when you buy one adult, senior or student ticket at the regular walk-up price at least three days in advance of travel. Offer good for both one-way and round trip tickets.
Jul 11th, 2005 10:33 AM #12Originally Posted by BrandonHum