Should I Reserve My Grand Canyon Tour in Advance?





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Published on Oct 16, 2012

Grand Canyon tours are very popular. Especially ones from Las Vegas, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Sedona and Flagstaff.

To help you get the advantage I produced this video. More details (and how to book tours at low rates) are available here:


So here's the crux of the matter...

Too many people are under the wrong impression that it's cheaper to buy a trip when they get to the destination (e.g. Las Vegas, Phoenix).

Folks, that's just so wrong that it hurts.

Fact of the matter is you'll pay a lot more. Further, there's a strong chance that the tour will be sold out. But most damaging is that if you get a tour you'll pay a premium for it.

That's right - a premium.

This is because tour suppliers are a very savvy bunch. Once they know you're pressed for time, they jack up the rates. Happens all the time.

The way to beat this?

Book in advance (as explained in the video). This means purchasing your tour online about a week or two before you get here. Heck, if you can book months out you'll be in an even better position to win.

So next time someone tells you to wait, ignore them. It's bad advice that in the end will lead you to paying even more for Grand Canyon tours.

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