Myrtle Beach hotels to treat the Canadian dollar on par

Myrtle Beach,  SC, February 5 (CINEWS): Fearful of Canadian vacationers enjoying staycations instead of heading out, Myrtle Beach is offering Canadians a chance to even the score (and lower our credit card bills) on our flagging loonie. Boardwalk_Skywheel
The South Carolina vacation destination is here to tempt you with a promotion that seeks to put things back on par. Literally.
Their “Dollar for Dollar Deals” is a promotion that runs until April 30, giving Canadians a marked-down rate on their holidays that hopes to make our dollars a match for the American equivalent.
Because it turns out we’re not alone in our misery – with the crash of our currency, tourism in the States has also taken a dip. According to the Canadian Press, tourism in the U.S. was down by 9 per cent in 2015 compared to the same period in 2014.
Select hotels will be offering discounts (some up to 60 per cent) and so too will live entertainment, attractions, and restaurants (as much as 30 per cent).
Canadians can save as much as 35 per cent on Oceanfront rentals, or 25 per cent on visits to The Prince Resort, among many other reductions.
Travel must occur between now and April 30 2016 and you’ll need to provide you Canadian ID.
Fittingly, the Can-Am Days festival, the 55th annual Canadian-American celebration along the Grand Strand, will take place during the deal period, from March 12-20, 2016.
But for now American vacationers are making travel plans to head our way once the weather turns better. They are here to take advantage of our low dollar, when the loonie was on par with the American greenback, there was little incentive to cross borders.

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