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Hi ladies,

 

I know alot of us have been utilizing the 2014 Moon Palace thread. However, I thought it would be useful for us to have a thread for our needs since things change throughout the years. Plus this would be easier to navigate than going through 90 pages of threads. Palace changes preferred vendors at anytime apparently and has recently changed the promo for weddings.

 

I am still trying to get the hang of the new promotion. I thought I understood it, then I was wrecking my brain last night trying to figure out what I needed to qualify for free nights. So stressful, I've been having nightmares and my wedding isn't until June 2016.

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Hi @@TheBHolders, thanks for setting up this forum!

 

Which new promotion do they have? I'm a Canadian bride and I think our promos are different. I'm stressing out just getting the contract finalized! I've had to correct the contract three times now. At least our weddings are still in 2016

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For Canada (From Palace Website)

 

FREE ROOMS, UPGRADES & PRIVATE FUNCTIONS. EARN UNLIMITED COMPLIMENTARY ROOMS FOR YOUR WEDDING:

Earn one complimentary room and one complimentary upgrade for every 10 paid rooms in your wedding group (unlimited)

 

EARN FREE UNLIMITED EVENTS FOR YOUR WEDDING:

Book 75 room nights or more and get:
• All your private events included (one hour cocktail reception + two hour dinner. MAX three hours per day. Non cumulative)
• MAX three hours per day. Non cumulative)
Book 60 - 74 room nights or more and get:
• 1 Two hour private function
Book 30 - 59 room nights or more and get:
• 1 Hour cocktail reception

 

For US (From Palace Website)

 

 

FREE ROOMS, UPGRADES & PRIVATE FUNCTIONS. EARN UNLIMITED COMPLIMENTARY ROOMS FOR YOUR WEDDING AND NEXT TWO ANNIVERSARIES:

Earn one complimentary room and one complimentary upgrade for every 10 paid rooms in your wedding group (unlimited)

Prefer to save your complimentary room for later? Get a Certificate for each room earned and come back to visit us within 24 months of your wedding date.

 

EARN UNLIMITED COMPLIMENTARY EVENTS FOR YOUR WEDDING:

Book 75 room nights or more and get:

• Free unlimited private functions (one hour cocktail reception + two hour dinner. MAX three hours per day. Non cumulative).

Book 60 - 74 room nights or more and get:

• 1 Two hour private function

Book 30 - 59 room nights or more and get:

• 1 Hour cocktail reception

These concessions will be applicable for any new group bookings starting June 12, 2014, no cancellation and rebooking will be allowed, no exceptions

 

Rooms cannot be used at Le Blanc. Rooms accrued at Le Blanc can be used at Le Blanc and any Palace Resort

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just curious as to how much your wedding coordinator said the outside vendor fee was. Mine said it was $800, just want to make sure we are all being told the same thing.TIA

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just curious as to how much your wedding coordinator said the outside vendor fee was. Mine said it was $800, just want to make sure we are all being told the same thing.TIA

My contract states $400 for outside photography and $800 for all other outside vendors

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I'm just starting my planning at moon palace for my wedding next October. I didn't see anything in my contract for our date/ time about an outside vendor fee, is this on another contract you got later? I'm still waiting to hear back from the wedding coordinator to start actually planning the details. I'm worried that everything is going to get more expensive than I originally planned!

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@@colleentf09 My contract was 5 pages long and the part about the outside vendor fees was under the fifth section of the contract entitled, "Additional Costs". This is where costs for things like private receptions and cocktail hours are outlined. Do you have this info? I hope this helps

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