Y2K and the Traveller

Fall 1999 CSANews Issue 33  |  Posted date : Mar 03, 2007.Back to list

The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade has published a booklet titled, Journey in Y2K: Advice for Canadians Travelling Abroad. This booklet is filled with interesting facts and Web sites for you to check out before you travel. If you'd like a copy of this publication, call 1-800-267-8376.

Canadian Discounts
Once again, there are a number of states offering discounts to Canadian travellers. Many of these booklets have to be mailed to a Canadian address, so start dialing today.

Arizona 'Cactus Days'
This year, the statewide discount booklet offering special savings for Canadians has been made more user-friendly with perforated coupons for you to redeem. To order, please call toll-free 1-888-520-3448.

Texas 'Buckaroo Buck$'
Texas Buckaroo Buck$ returns with a statewide travel savings program designed exclusively for Canadians. This year's booklet features more coupons, more savings and more value with offers ranging from Canadian dollars at par to percentage discounts and added-value packages. Call 1-800-8888-TEX to order.

Pennsylvania Passport to $aving$
Canadians will save hundreds of dollars on accommodations, attractions, restaurants and retail outlets when they choose Pennsylvania as their winter getaway. Passport to $aving$ is a statewide travel savings program created exclusively for Canadians. To order your booklet, call 1-800-VISIT PA, ext. 125.

The best way to find Florida's bargains for Canadians is to surf the Internet at http://www.flausa.com. Their 'Canadian Sunshine Savings' encompasses the entire state and you'll find deals for accommodations, attractions and services.

Virginia Loonie Savers
This year, the state of Virginia is giving Canadians a break with their 'Loonie Savers Program.' You'll enjoy a coupon booklet filled with both two-for-one coupons and 50 per cent off deals. To order your booklet, call 1-800-671-4195.