Canadians: Your Myrtle Beach Vacation Just Got Cheaper

Annual promotion helps make up for the weaker Canadian dollar

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Once again, Canadians itching for a Myrtle Beach vacation have a reason to rejoice — from January through April 2017, they'll enjoy discounted rates on hotels and attractions in South Carolina's beloved beach town.

The special prices — slashed as much as 25% to 55% — are designed help Canadians offset the difference in the Canadian exchange rate.

Myrtle Beach vacation - beach pier Photo: Theresa Boehl

"We have seen a growing number of Canadian visitors to the Myrtle Beach area, especially in the past decade," said Keith Pierce, public relations strategist for the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce/CVB, in a press release.

Pierce added that taking your Myrtle Beach vacation in the late winter and early spring months means more personal space, milder weather and cheaper accommodations. And those who visit from March 11 - 19, 2017 can attend the 56th Annual Canadian American Days Festival — details on specific events are coming soon.

Here's the full roundup of discounts being offered for Canadians with valid passports:

Discounts on accommodations

Ocean Creek Resort – offering up to a 55% discount on stays of 7 nights or longer
Crown Reef Beach Resort and Waterpark, Captain's Quarters Resort and Hotel BLUE – offering Canadian visitors up to a 50% discount on stays of 7 nights or longer
Sea Watch Resort – offering up to a 50% discount special on stays of 7 nights or longer
Caravelle Resort and Landmark Resort – offering up to a 48% discount special on stays of 7 nights or longer
Sun N Sand Resort – offering special weekly rates for Canadian visitors
DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Myrtle Beach Oceanfront – offering 20% off best available rate

The following properties are throwing in a $100 gas credit plus a $10 daily credit toward breakfast at on-site restaurants:

Anderson Ocean Club & Spa
Bay Watch Resort & Conference Center
Camelot by the Sea Resort
Carolinian Beach Resort
Ocean Park Resort
The Patricia Grand

Discounts on events and attractions

WonderWorks Myrtle Beach – offering 30% off admission or Soar+Explore combo ticket
Pelicans Baseball – fans can save up to $4 per ticket on Myrtle Beach Pelicans tickets
The Calvin Gilmore Theater – offering $15 tickets for The Time Warp Show with purchase of tickets to The Carolina Opry

Shopping discount

The Market Common – offering free "perks" book worth hundreds in savings

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