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[Canada's Wonderland] Canada's Wonderland Bundle (tix+parking+meal) $49.99

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Canada's Wonderland Bundle (tix+parking+meal) $49.99

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Savings:
$55
Retailer:
Canada's Wonderland
FUNDAY BUNDLE

Admission, Meal and Parking — Save $55!

Ticket includes one General Admission, Single Day Parking and Single Meal Deal! Ages 3 & up. Valid any one regular public operating day during the 2020 season through September 7, 2020.

Admission, Parking & Meal Deal must be redeemed on the same day. Re-entry is not allowed for Single Day Parking vehicles. Not valid for Halloween Haunt and/or WinterFest.

Single Meal Deal includes entree, side and regular size fountain drink at one participating location.


Way better than the Banks preseason ticket offers.

Also, don't know if this us upgradable to seasons pass, so don't ask me.. Call them and let everyone one know...
Last edited by TomRFD on Jan 17th, 2020 9:46 am, edited 1 time in total.
Reason: updated title
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Just an FYI - the savings is listed as $55 but the cost of the ticket is actually $49.99, not $55.
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valve wrote: Just an FYI - the savings is listed as $55 but the cost of the ticket is actually $49.99, not $55.
I updated the pricing and added it to the title. There's a $5.99 processing fee so $55 wasn't actually that inaccurate.
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Is $39.99 a good price for the second ticket?

Or should I wait to get a second ticket?
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Purchased two of these last year... used one and then realized that they expire in September. Lesson learnt!
Thanks OP!
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416Kevin wrote: Is $39.99 a good price for the second ticket?

Or should I wait to get a second ticket?
Last summer I bought single admission tickets from Costco for $29.99. I assume they'd have a similar deal this year? I have no idea how frequently that sale is on, or when it usually happens.

I paid $22 for parking last year, so this $49.99 would be good for the free meal. But I guess I'd have to buy that one ticket for me, then wait for the Costco sale for the rest of my family, since they don't need parking and a meal isn't worth more than $20, right?
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cappaj wrote: Last summer I bought single admission tickets from Costco for $29.99. I assume they'd have a similar deal this year? I have no idea how frequently that sale is on, or when it usually happens.

I paid $22 for parking last year, so this $49.99 would be good for the free meal. But I guess I'd have to buy that one ticket for me, then wait for the Costco sale for the rest of my family, since they don't need parking and a meal isn't worth more than $20, right?
Yes usually Costco sells them for this price in begining of July I think.
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tivo_box wrote: Yes usually Costco sells them for this price in beginning of July I think.
Do you (or anyone else) know if Costco sells these online? I'm in Québec, but a couple of friends and I want to go again this year. Otherwise I might go for this deal since the meal option is interesting.
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djherbal1 wrote: Do you (or anyone else) know if Costco sells these online? I'm in Québec, but a couple of friends and I want to go again this year. Otherwise I might go for this deal since the meal option is interesting.
I bought them last summer online! (I'm in Ontario and I'm a Costco member, not sure if that matters).
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