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WonderFalls Pass on sale for Niagara residents

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From the Niagara Falls Review:

Niagara residents were able to start purchasing their WonderFalls Pass Wednesday, which allows them to visit 10 Niagara Falls attractions for $10 per person or $30 per family.

Family passes are good for up to six people.

The initiative, now in its third year, was created by Coun. Victor Pietrangelo, and complements the annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap fundraiser.

Sleep Cheap raises $142K for Niagara groups

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From the Niagara Falls Review:

This past Sleep Cheap Charities Reap event raised $142,349. Read More…

Sleep Cheap reservations start Friday

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From the Niagara Falls Review:

Reservations for the 13th annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap fundraiser can be made starting Friday at 8 a.m.

Sleep Cheap will run for five nights again this year — from Nov. 13-17.

During the event, many Niagara Falls hotels offer rooms to Niagara residents only at discounted prices. The proceeds help select local charities. To date, more than $1.5 million has been raised.

Minimum donations for rooms remain the same as last year: $35 per night for a standard room, $45 for a Fallsview room, $65 for a whirlpool room, and $85 for a room with access to a waterpark.

Participating hotels can be found at sleepcheapcharitiesreap.com.

Sleep Cheap a success

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From the Niagara Falls Review:

More than $168,000 was raised for local charities during the annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap campaign.

Participating Niagara Falls hotels and attractions raised $168,789 for 20 charities, including the Brain Injury Association of Niagara, the Salvation Army and the Learning Disabilities Association of Niagara Region.

Sleep Cheap Charities Reap 2014 Announcement

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Last week I received the following email newsletter from Sleep Cheap Charities Reap:

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Sleep Cheap Charities reap true to its name

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From Niagara This Week:

True to the name, charities did reap from an annual fundraiser that allows Niagara residents to take advantage of cut rate hotel rooms in Niagara Falls.

Niagara Falls Mayor Jim Diodati was busy Tuesday, handing out cheques to 18 different organizations who all shared in the $131,075 raised by 2013’s 10th annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap event, which took place from Nov. 10 to 14. In total, 23 Niagara Inns and Hotels took part. In addition several attraction including the Skylon Tower, Bird Kingdom and Greg Frewin Theatre also took part, offering discounts on admission.

The Sleep Cheap Charities Reap 2012 dates are out!

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Did any of you see John R’s comment about the new Sleep Cheap dates? Apparently the Americana’s Sleep Cheap web site has the dates.

Sleep Cheap 2012 will be from Sunday, November 11 to Thursday, November 15, 2012.

Good find John R!

Sleep Cheap exceeds $1-million mark

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From the Niagara Falls Review:

They made it!

The annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap event raised $175,988 this year, which pushes their eight year history total over the $1-million mark.

Mayor Jim Diodati said when they started this event they had no idea that “it would just grow wings and take off like this. We are very proud of the fact that 100 % of the money goes directly to local Niagara charities.”

The event added a fifth night this year on Sunday, Nov. 13, and organizers were confident they would break the $1-million mark before it wrapped up on Nov. 17.

Twenty-seven hotels offered a record 7,800 room nights to only Niagara region residents as a way of letting them know what’s available and hopefully spreading the word when family and friends visit this area.

“This is one of the benefits we have of living in a tourist town for all the locals,” said Diodati.

People sing the praises for Sleep Cheap Charities Reap

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From the Niagara Falls Review:

If referrals mean anything, the annual Sleep Cheap Charities Reap event will have a long list of satisfied customers to draw from in future years.

“We come every year. We brought our grand kids and they just love it,” said Keith MacDonald of Thorold while enjoying a relaxing afternoon Monday at the indoor water park at the Americana Conference Resort, Spa & Waterpark on Lundy’s Lane in Niagara Falls

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