Shaw Internet 300 = $50/month + $250 credits
Telus Internet 150 = $55/months + $400 credits + Pik tv
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Canadians get additional dates the promo is valid for. Free dining applies to everyone staying in the room. Kids 3-9 need to select from the kids menu at table-service restaurants.
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Nice!Jtu85 wrote: ↑Apr 24th, 2018 1:01 pmWas able to book a 5 night stay in December. Thanks OP! I ended up booking Disney Pop Culture with the 1 quick serve & 1 table serve per day. It was $250 more than the 2 quick serve option and we figured we'd do at least one table service meal during the trip which would have cost $120-$150 anyway for 3 people. Might as well pay the extra $100 to get 4 more table side dinners.
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Thanks OP. We don't have a dying need to stay in a Disney property, so probably will go with a offsite. Any recommendations? I'm presuming we'd have to rent a car and pay for parking, but the offsite savings should offset these added costs?cbrunett wrote: ↑Apr 24th, 2018 11:07 amYou can't use the Canadian ticket as part of the deal. You would need to buy a package that includes room, tickets, and then FD. That said, if you were planning on going to Disney World again, you can always save the ticket. Say buy the minimum ticket for the FD deal is 4 days. Buy a 4 day ticket as part of the FD package and then save it and use it for a later vacation. Nothing stopping you from doing that.
But with the discounted ticket, a room only discount might be a better deal.
If you are staying on Disney properties, a room of 5 is expensive. You need to get into a suite. If the disney site every becomes accessible again (still showing error messages) then you put in your 2 adults + 3 kids and it will spit out room options. But they will be a lot more.
My guess from your situation is unless you have your heart set on staying at a Disney property (and paying a premium), you could probably save a lot of money (since we are on RFD) by staying offsite (ie you already have Canadian discounted tickets + need a room for 5).
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