Posted by: crazeeTbird on December 1, 2017

Contest is for four (4) persons consisting of two (2) adults (one of whom must be the winner) and two (2) children (ages 2-12)

Posted by: slegr on December 1, 2017

Is it the case that I and my wife [our children are much older than 12] cannot win the prize?

Posted by: wilson on December 1, 2017

Isn't the second tab (top tab) Holiday?

Posted by: StrayFace on December 1, 2017

I eventually found how to contact CBC so I've fired off a wee note asking about my question. I'll post the answer.

Posted by: wilson on December 1, 2017

Wilson, if you win tell them it s just for 2 people. If your children are not between 2-12 years old they are not eligible to come. I suppose grandchildren can be subbed in for children.

Posted by: anonymous on December 1, 2017

My son is no longer a kid in contest minds...14 year big time.

Posted by: Theresa1965 on December 1, 2017

Travel is valid from April 15 until December 15, 2018. Blackout periods apply, including without limitation: Aug 01-31 and Nov 22-25.

Posted by: LindaLee on December 1, 2017

Answer is Holiday not Schedule

Posted by: anonymous on December 1, 2017

often a sponsor will allow you to bring an older child but you must pay the extra cost involved eg. an older child is sometimes considered an "adult" for all inclusive meal plans so you might have to cover the portion of the meal plan that is more. sometimes a bigger room is required so again that expensive would have to be covered. It is up to the sponsor if they will allow you to do this though.

Posted by: wishfulthinking on December 2, 2017

sorry I meant expense -bad typing

Posted by: wishfulthinking on December 2, 2017

I think it is schedule

Posted by: Beigewood on December 2, 2017

Took our granddaughters on a trip that I won to Jamaica

Posted by: GL on December 2, 2017

Well I entered the world 'schedule' and it went through....[what tab do they really refer to a festivus mystery]

Posted by: erniiee on December 3, 2017

Any word would get thru....

Posted by: Shosh1 on December 3, 2017

The hint brings you to the holiday web page so the second tab is already the holiday page so it cannot be the my opinion it is "schedule"

Posted by: Shosh1 on December 3, 2017

Perhaps they'll tell us when the winner is announced

Posted by: wilson on December 4, 2017

I sent them an email as well got no response yet.

Posted by: LT on December 5, 2017

it is Schedule and i will tell you why, when you click on their hint, it takes you too the page, so if you actually click on at the top where it says Holiday, you are already on the HOLIDAY tab, so that is not it you are at the holiday one, but just below it then there is HOME, SCHEDULE WATCH, ETC........ SO put what you want but it is Schedule ALSO, I HAVE WON MANY TRIPS, when they say the black out dates, they usually , maybe not in this case, but usually the dates, refere to the travel dates and not the in between those dates, anyway, good luck, would love to win, and you can always size up pay difference in the case of kids verses adutls.. all is possible i find most companies are more than willing to accomadate..

Posted by: tomgirl on December 6, 2017

Thanks for the info tomgirl. just fyi still got no reply from them sent them two emails but going to enter "schedule" anyway. Wishing lots of luck for all the great peeps on this site.

Posted by: LT on December 8, 2017

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