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  • [Chat] Canadian Disney junkies.

    I was wondering how many of you are all Canadian? And which parks you prefer, how you travel, etc.

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    Re: Canadian Disney junkies.

    Sure am!

    I prefer the California parks and if you can, take advantage of Airmiles. You can get park passes, best western gift cards, and flights. This can reduce the cost of a Disneyland vacation to the taxes and fees for the flights, food, transportation from the airport to the hotel and souvenirs.

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      Re: Canadian Disney junkies.

      I am an american living in Canada, originally from San Diego, now living in Vancouver.

      I haven't been in several years as travel is impossible at the moment, but generally I incorporate a Disney trip into a trip to see family in San Diego. I generally fly on Alaska from Bellingham as its generally a good chunk cheaper then YVR and its cheap to get to Bellingham these days.

      I don't use airmiles as its pretty much impossible to earn anything since the stores I shop at don't participate, and the stores they do participate over charge...lol

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