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Stay in Seaside for $72 a Night

September 14, 2012

Ah, the Oregon Coast. What a great place. Beautiful views, romantic sunsets, great beaches…too bad the water’s so damn cold.

The Cheap Bastard’s family was in Seaside last month and we loved it. Lots of stuff to do and we stayed just far enough away to be close to the action and the Promenade, but not in the middle of it while still being on the beach.

If you want to be close to the beach, but not in the middle of the crowds, then Groupon and the Seaside Inn have a deal for you. Get a two night stay in a Standard king room for two or a two queen bed room for 4 for just $144 ($239 valeu) for a stay between Sunday and Thursday night. It would be a great deal just on price alone, but the add-ons make it even better. They include a $25 dinner credit to Twisted Fish Steakhouse, chocolates from Bruce’s Candy Kitchen, a $10 arcade credit and, best of all, two passes to the Aquarium.

The Cheap Bastard’s alter ego, not-so-mild-mannered-freelancer David Volk was doing a story on aquariums during his stay and he loved it. It an old school aquarium that doesn’t have the glitz of Seattle, Vancouver or Newport, but it does have hilarious harbor seals that you can feed with a $1 cup of fish heads. Just that alone is worth the price of admission. The seals are hilarious.

Can’t spare two days? No problem, you can stay one night for just $89 ($150 value).

Book stay by Nov. 9th. Offer good Oct. 3-Feb. 28. Blackout dates Oct 9-10, 24-25, November 4, 22 and Feb. 17. Limit 1 per person, two as gifts.

Savings to date: $14,207.51.

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