How to Get a Cheap Rate at Great Wolf Lodge

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Great Wolf Lodge is a resort franchise with eleven locations in the United States and a location in Canada. The resorts are typically connected to a major tourism site or attraction, such as the location in Mason, Ohio, which is near King’s Island and the Wisconsin Dells location. It’s a little expensive to stay at one of the lodges, but most do have some package deals and discounts available. You’ll also find deals when booking a stay at an unrelated website.

  • Check the Great Wolf Lodge website and look under the Great Deals section. The website lists upcoming deals, according to the month its offered. Deals include tickets to a local attraction, souvenirs and your stay at the lodge for one price. Use the coupon listed when making your reservation.

  • Contact the tourism bureau in town. Tourism bureaus often have access to deals and coupons for visitors that you can’t get anywhere else. Some even offer a coupon book, which includes discounts on restaurants and attractions in addition to the Great Wolf Lodge.

  • Use Deal Base to get easy access to all deals listed. The website compiles the top deals and discounts found online and lists those according to the lowest price. As of 2010, prices started at just $129/night, which included free tickets to the waterpark.

  • Book through a third-party hotel website, such as Hotels.com or Travelocity. These websites work with the Lodge and offer cheaper prices than you might find on other sites. The websites also show you when you’ll get the lowest rate and when is the best time to book your trip.

  • Compare prices from the different locations. Great Wolf Lodges all have their own pricing systems and you might find a better price at a different location because each offers its own prices. Take into account your transportation costs to find the best deal.

Tips & Warnings

  • Call the Great Wolf Lodge directly and ask about any discounts. You might find that the Lodge takes off a certain percentage when you present your AAA card or if you’re a member of another club.

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