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Canadian Brides-Flying out of Buffalo?

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#1 cole379

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    Posted 30 May 2011 - 03:40 AM

    Hi everyone!


    So our travel agent came back with our quotes for our wedding in April 2012. We were shocked! Prices were really high for next year. We could save some money by doing an early booking bonus but that will mean everyone paying the full amount by this August 2011. Everyone agreed but it is a lot of money to come up with for some people in only a few short months. We are flying out of the Toronto airport and someone suggested we have our travel agent check prices for the Buffalo airport (which is just about an hour and a half away). We are only have a small wedding mostly with immediate family so travelling there would not be a problem for everyone and I know the Buffalo airport is a nice airport. Since we are looking to save money it got me thinking! My Dad has flown out of buffalo for just a flight but now sure how a vacation package would work? Especially with a wedding package that is for a group. So I thought I would ask on here! Has any Canadian bride ever flown out of the US for their wedding to save money?



    #2 mochamakes3

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      Posted 30 May 2011 - 04:50 AM

      We booked our resort and flight separately, so I checked flights from Toronto, Hamilton and Buffalo. They were all really close. Even though the taxes are a lot lower flying from Buffalo, there is few direct flights to Cancun. For us, it wasn't worth the minimal price difference to spend more time traveling.


      What resorts are you considering?

      #3 cole379

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        Posted 30 May 2011 - 09:05 AM

        Excellence Playa Mujeres is the one we are considering going with right now. We also looked at the Lindo/Grand and Secrets Maroma Beach but they all came in much more expensive.

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