2016 Acsi prices both UP & DOWN

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  1. Sheddy

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    Cheers Ed, that saved me a post as I was wondering how to get hold of next years if it's needed as we head home (y).
     
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    ACSI is a wonderful deal.
    On our must get list for next year
     
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    Vicarious books are offering a pound off for a pre order - just had an email from them
     
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    We have a direct debit order for ours - it's quite a lot cheaper and we've always received it ahead of Vicarious - though I find Vic very good otherwise.

    Just a tip - we've occasionally found a site is sometimes cheaper than the ACSI rate (although it's not supposed to be) especially if you're staying for longer periods. Worth asking when you book in.
     
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    Just been given a 2014 set of books to look through , there are indeed a lot of great sites at fantastic prices all over Europe . great if you are able to travel out of season .
     
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    I travel solo and have frequently found it cheaper to take the standard pitch price (off season) instead of the ACSI one - especially if hook-up not required.
     
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    Thinking of joining ACSI but on the web site there seem to be two different methods of becoming a member, with different prices. I read through but cannot workout what the difference is. Can anyone who is a member shed any light on the difference?
     
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    I've heard that they will not deliver the 2016 books to a campsite this year which is a bit of a pain. Anyone else heard this?
     
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    Some sites in Spain sell them not sure if they are in English though?
     
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    Almost sure the cheaper price is for the repeat order i.e. Direct Debit, which is what we've got. The other is for a single edition. Just a note, you can only pay by credit card and the direct debit system on cards is not quite the same as our normal bank one in that cancelling can be a bit of a faf if you're not dealing with an entirely respectable organisation, such as ACSI. We've never had a problem with them though.

    They also offer a Camping Carnet (the discount card you get with the books is not a CC) for around €5. This is nearly always accepted rather than your passport and also has personal third-party insurance cover too. It's the same as other Camping Carnets you can get from AA, RAC and suchlike.

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    Most of them are in Dutch I believe.
     
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