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ssawka
06-20-2011, 07:28 AM
Saw this deal on our local Eversave. 5 nights at the Counrty Inn and Suites in Kissimmee for $285.

http://eversave.com/share/ZN0A

GinnyEmma
06-20-2011, 07:38 AM
Are you posting this to "tell your friends and save $10?" to quote.

ssawka
06-20-2011, 07:57 AM
Are you posting this to "tell your friends and save $10?" to quote.

The link is the Eversave share link, but I really don't care if anyone uses it or not. I just wanted to pass along what appeared to be a good deal. If you are interested in the deal and feel I am just trying to get referrals, please go through the Eversave site directly and link to the Washington, DC deals.

Cheshire Figment
06-20-2011, 08:19 AM
Rip-Off!

They state that taxes are $15.00 per day. The price quotes, $57 per day, would have $7.41 for tax on the lodging. They require a "resort fee" of $8, which would have a sales tax of 52. This means total tax per day of $7.93. Where is the other $7.07 in taxes?

This rate is not available to people ages 18 through 24, which appears to be discrimination.

And of course there is a surcharge for around any holiday.

Also, I know where this is located and would not want to stay there.

arihillfarm
06-20-2011, 08:53 AM
Rip-Off!

They state that taxes are $15.00 per day. The price quotes, $57 per day, would have $7.41 for tax on the lodging. They require a "resort fee" of $8, which would have a sales tax of 52. This means total tax per day of $7.93. Where is the other $7.07 in taxes?

This rate is not available to people ages 18 through 24, which appears to be discrimination.

And of course there is a surcharge for around any holiday.

Also, I know where this is located and would not want to stay there.

I'm guessing there is a timeshare presentation involved here which would require the adults be a certain age. Further down the page it tells you to ask your reservations agent how to get two additional nights free.

-Astrid

ssawka
06-20-2011, 09:25 AM
I'm guessing there is a timeshare presentation involved here which would require the adults be a certain age. Further down the page it tells you to ask your reservations agent how to get two additional nights free.

-Astrid

I doubt it, but you never know. I don't think Country Inns is in the timeshare business. Also, Groupon and Eversave deals are usually legitimate with no strings attached.

ssawka
06-20-2011, 09:28 AM
Rip-Off!

They state that taxes are $15.00 per day. The price quotes, $57 per day, would have $7.41 for tax on the lodging. They require a "resort fee" of $8, which would have a sales tax of 52. This means total tax per day of $7.93. Where is the other $7.07 in taxes?

This rate is not available to people ages 18 through 24, which appears to be discrimination.

And of course there is a surcharge for around any holiday.

Also, I know where this is located and would not want to stay there.

I thought it looked like a good deal, but I didn't read the specifics since the deal was not applicable to me being a DVC member.

clintswifeymomof4
06-20-2011, 12:39 PM
Thanks for sharing the original information, OP... sorry you're getting flamed for trying to do a good deed! :thumbsup2