Cc Or Ccc

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  1. ianandkath

    ianandkath Funster

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    which is the best to join??
    i have a 33 foot rv so i know some sites are off limits.
     
  2. sedge

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    LOL - neither are all things to all men! You pays yer money and takes yer choice .... or join both. Or neither.
     
  3. scotjimland

    scotjimland Funster Life Member

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  4. WillH

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    We are in both. Probably get our CC membership back through the discount on the M6 toll.
     
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    FULL TIMER Read Only Funster

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    We are also in both, never stayed on a club site don't even know if they would have us even if we wished to pay the sometimes ridiculous amounts asked per night. The only reasons we joined were to make good use of the CS / CL network and the Mayday breakdown service
     
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    I have recently rejoined the C and CC as for a small fee payable at the time they will let you use their facilities to service your van without having to stay on the site. For me it makes wildcamping more tolerable knowing that I can do that.
    Norman.
     
  7. Spidey

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    I prefer the CC, we use the club sites a lot in the UK. I like the flexibility of booking and not paying till u arrive. The C&CCypu pay a portion ahead and have to cancel 30 days before arrival to get your money back!
     
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  8. Chris

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    I am in both but thinking of cancelling the C&Cc

    They have hiked their prices lately
     
  9. NickNic

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    I'm in both but thinking about cancelling both. So far this year we've stayed at one CL where the owner doesnt care if you're members or not and one CS where they said they we had to be members but they didn't check.

    It's really n0t worth it for us with either of them.
     
  10. Wicketter

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    We're in the CC but thinking of cancelling as in the last 15 years we can hardly ever get on sites due to their ridiculous booking policy! Everyone books weekends up in January! The only facility we use is getting their international camping card and I realised I could get that from ASCI anyway!
     
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