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Dinner & Tournament - Valentine's Day(s) Special - $99/couple incl. 2 souvenir glasses, framed photo, light-up rose

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Dinner & Tournament - Valentine's Day(s) Special - $99/couple incl. 2 souvenir glasses, framed photo, light-up rose

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February 17, 2020
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Medieval Times
“In myth and in legend, the Knight and the horse are forever linked. Few things are held in such great esteem by the Medieval warrior than a stalwart horse, who possesses the bold courage of his master and the quiet strength of his ancestors.”

Jousting, horsemanship & falconry plus a 4-course, utensil-free meal served in a castle-like space.

"Research shows that there is no bigger panty dropper than falconry"
-Big Time Researcher


reg. admission for adults with no "extras" is $68 and kids is $45, here you get almost $20 off the reg. adult price and get some "take homes"



Feb 3-17th
Celebrate With Your Sweetheart
$110 $99 Per Couple, All-inclusive couple's package includes:
  • two admissions
  • a framed photo of the royal couple
  • two souvenir glasses of champagne (non-alcoholic beverage will be served to minors)
  • one light-up rose (What sorcery is this?!?)


Use Code: VDAY20 VDAY99


YMMV - only one Medieval Times location in Canada (Toronto)
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Any promo available for kids if we want to bring the 2 kids with us?
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Dmichel99 wrote: Any promo available for kids if we want to bring the 2 kids with us?
I too am bringing my 2 kids, you can do WINTER20 (has to be a separate transaction) to get kid's price of $37.95/tkt (reg. $45.95), but I decided to do the valentine's day promo for them as well, extra $12 and they get a souvenir glass and a framed picture.
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I just tried and the $99/couple is only for admission. It charges you an extra $30 for the other "freebies" as an upgrade.
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Just came back from MT (last night), first time, and everyone loved it, the VD package was most definitely worth it, 2 framed pictures with "The Queen" , 2 light up roses, and 4 souvenir glasses (perfect size for at home drinks). Anyone who is on the fence, you can still buy tickets for today and tomorrow, normally $49 is the "regular discount" rate, but you don't get the great perks.

Green Knight won by the way :( , we were in the Black/White Knight rooting section!

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dptrain wrote: I just tried and the $99/couple is only for admission. It charges you an extra $30 for the other "freebies" as an upgrade.
Nope, the $99 code worked for me, and came with the perks.

I think the VDAY99 code is meant for the US castles ($99 USD) as VDAY20 ($110) is advertised on the Toronto Castle's subsite, but maybe due to a glitch the US code works for the Toronto castle ($99 CDN), note: there is a $20 service fee.
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dredd2099 wrote: Is parking still 20$ Mr @remik
I used the public parking across the street and it was $13.
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remik wrote: Nope, the $99 code worked for me, and came with the perks.

I think the VDAY99 code is meant for the US castles ($99 USD) as VDAY20 ($110) is advertised on the Toronto Castle's subsite, but maybe due to a glitch the US code works for the Toronto castle ($99 CDN), note: there is a $20 service fee.
That’s very interesting! We just went with our kids last weekend and the green knight lost. I think it was the black and white knight that won. I think that it’s neat that they’re letting the “heel” win (unless a different color was the heel that night than what we saw).

I also like the fact that they change up the story line every couple years as well. We’ve gone 3 times in the last 4 years or so and it’s been different each time. The one a couple years ago was with outsiders coming in etc etc and it was a bit anticlimactic since you knew that they wouldn’t win.

I think the current story line that they’re following is probably the best way to keep people guessing since having a “heel” vs a hero within the castle win is still pretty cool and even if the “heel” won, it wouldn’t be the end of the world.
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I wish Vancouver had something like this
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I'm pretty sure if you bring your wife to medieval times for valentines day you can count on sleeping on the couch for a while... :P
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Ychanceit wrote: I'm pretty sure if you bring your wife to medieval times for valentines day you can count on sleeping on the couch for a while... :P
I beg to differ. ;)

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