I wonder if it's correct to say:
We'll be having a great time.
at the end of this letter.
Shouldn't it be:
We'll have a great time.
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Both are accepted and mean the same thing, the difference is where they are used. "We'll be having a great time would be used when trying to convince someone to come with me, for example:
"Come with us (or just me), it will be fun!"
On the contrary, "We'll have a great time" would be used once the recipient of the letter was involved, for example:
We are going to have a great time at the park tomorrow!