Pay your birth year in Saskatoon

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Posted October 15, 2012 by Vacay in Deal of The Day

Travel Deal for October 15, 2012

travel deal october 15, 2012The older you are, the better life gets – or so it is for guests of the Sheraton Cavalier Saskatoon.

The recently renovated hotel across from Meewasin Park has an offer that allows guests to pay the rate that matches their birth year for two out of three nights during their stay. If you were born in 1970, you would pay just $70 for each of your second and third nights while you enjoyed your Saskatoon getaway. You would be charged at the hotel’s best available rate for the first night of your stay. The hotel’s nightly rates are usually around $185.

Package details:

  • Rates for second and third night stays will be confirmed at check-in upon presentation of valid ID
  • You must use the booking code NBR or PAYAGE when booking.

Vacay.ca Recommends Seeing Saskatoon

Adrian Brijbassi, Vacay’s managing editor, was mighty impressed with his recent visit to Saskatchewan’s largest city. Brijbassi stayed at the Sheraton Cavalier while he toured the city, including visiting the trendy Broadway Avenue stretch and kayaking on the South Saskatchewan River.

In an article headlined “It’s time to take Saskatoon seriously,”Brijbassi writes: “Then you need to go to Saskatoon. Not only to realize that there may indeed be a tomorrow where prosperity is possible but to enjoy the sense of vitality that seems to arise when people, businesses and municipalities have a little extra in their pockets. The positive feelings that good times engender is palpable here in an outpost that many Canadians scoff at without ever paying it a visit.”

To Book This Hotel Deal at the Sheraton Cavalier Saskatoon: Telephone 1-866-716-8101 and reference promotion code NBR or PAYAGE to complete your reservation.

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