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Cool! Now I have to decide whether to drive home that night and then back the next morning for closing day, or just get a hotel room for the night. I may just get a room at the Microtel over by The Beach, if I have the money.

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Thanks a lot, Wright-Patt Credit Union. I just went to book a room at the Microtel, since they're already running out of rooms for that night, and I got to the end of the reservation process only to remember that WPCU is going to issue me a new credit card with a new number soon, and deactivate my current one on October 22—which is before the night I'm staying. So I can't use that card to reserve the room because I don't know if I can change the card on the reservation later, which means I have to debate between using my Capital One card that has triple the interest rate (and which I only keep for emergencies), or waiting until the new WPCU card arrives and hoping that they don't run out of rooms before then. *grrrrrrrr*

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^^ I went ahead and booked it with my Capital One card. They didn't require a deposit to be paid now, so I'll try to pay at check-in with the new WPCU card when it arrives, if they'll let me (I don't see why they wouldn't).

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Lights-on are the only way I will go through Haunt! I went through the two tours last year and enjoyed it. The gentleman running the Wolf Pack tour was great and answered questions and pointed out cool tricks. For Madame Toussand's (I think that is the name?), we were rushed through quickly but still neat to see. I would totally recommend it.

And jcgoble3 - they'll let you reserve under one card and charge with another. We've had to do it for work and they don't ever care. Just be clear at check-in which card to charge. Also, if you use a debit card for payment, hotels can and do freeze funds that can be released up to 2 weeks later.

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Lights-on are the only way I will go through Haunt! I went through the two tours last year and enjoyed it. The gentleman running the Wolf Pack tour was great and answered questions and pointed out cool tricks. For Madame Toussand's (I think that is the name?), we were rushed through quickly but still neat to see. I would totally recommend it.

It's Madame Fatale's Cavern of Terror. Not sure where "Toussand's" came from. :)

And jcgoble3 - they'll let you reserve under one card and charge with another. We've had to do it for work and they don't ever care. Just be clear at check-in which card to charge. Also, if you use a debit card for payment, hotels can and do freeze funds that can be released up to 2 weeks later.

It's a proper credit card. And yes, I've reserved on one card and paid a different way (even with cash) before. I just haven't done so at this specific hotel before.

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It's Madame Fatale's Cavern of Terror. Not sure where "Toussand's" came from. :)

Haha. Oh that is funny. Thanks! Can I blame it on being a spaz and thinking of this (http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-2736835/Finally-I-photobomb-Benedict-Cumberbatch-puts-final-touches-Madame-Tussauds-waxwork.html) and the wax figures in the maze?

And yeah, I figured. :) I just spend way more time in hotels than any normal person should.

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Marked and dated.

Thanks for the opportunity!

(Just remember kiddos: This is a privilege, not a right for us to be able to participate. )

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They'll only be doing three of all the Haunt attractions though so don't count on CornStalkers being one of them

Yeah, at this time I don't even know what they'll be. He said three specifically, so I assume he has a plan.

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