Courtyard $10 Voucher

Old Jul 1, 19, 4:28 pm
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Courtyard $10 Voucher

Hi,

Never stayed at Courtyard and I know there is lots of chat about the breakfast benefits.......Just planning our August trip and while on vacation really enjoy the breakfast benefit for myself & wife.

I believe we get $20.00 a day for the two of us........What does that actually get you at "The Bistro's" for breakfast in the Courtyards?
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Old Jul 1, 19, 4:51 pm
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It will pay for about 2/3 of a decent breakfast. My guess is the average person probably needs to spend $15 on a CY breakfast, if they're drinking anything more than tap water.
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Old Jul 1, 19, 5:21 pm
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Originally Posted by JBord View Post
My guess is the average person probably needs to spend $15 on a CY breakfast, if they're drinking anything more than tap water.
Finally, good news for those of us who only drink tap water! It means we're not subsidizing the world's most popular drug addiction.
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Old Jul 2, 19, 7:49 am
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Originally Posted by mahasamatman View Post
Finally, good news for those of us who only drink tap water! It means we're not subsidizing the world's most popular drug addiction.
Orange juice?

I drink tap water all day long, but typically will have a juice with my breakfast. I suppose you could consider fructose a "drug", along with sugar in general. Regardless, I still stand by my comment that if you purchase any type of beverage with a regular size breakfast, you're bill will be closer to $15 at a CY.
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Old Jul 2, 19, 7:52 am
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The $10 is not just for breakfast it can be used for anything in the pantry or breakfast/dinner/drinks in the bistro.
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Originally Posted by estedman View Post
The $10 is not just for breakfast it can be used for anything in the pantry or breakfast/dinner/drinks in the bistro.
And only applied to one transaction.

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Old Jul 2, 19, 10:29 am
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In my experience I think on average, US courtyards price a hot breakfast meal (like an egg sandwich and coffee/juice) at around $12-16, but there’s generally a cold or continental option (like coffee + cereal, yogurt, or a bagel) for about $10.

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Old Jul 2, 19, 11:06 am
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Originally Posted by estedman View Post
The $10 is not just for breakfast it can be used for anything in the pantry or breakfast/dinner/drinks in the bistro.
Some properties do not permit this credit to be applied towards alcohol either at the bar or from the pantry.
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