Eurotunnel Booked

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  1. Kooky

    Kooky Read Only Funster

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    We sent off our Tesco Clubcard Deal tokens to Eurotunnel on Monday, and this morning I have been e-mailed my booking confirmation.
    Excellent service - as usual:thumb:

    That's us booked now for 3 weeks in La Belle France in May:BigGrin:

    The only problem now is deciding where to go:Confused: - any excuse to get the maps and books out :yeah:
     
  2. iceni

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    Isnt it funny how the holiday somehow seems to start when you book a ferry or the tunnel.
    we booked our tunnel trip 2 weeks ago for June and we csn now say "we are off to France" when anyone asks where we are going for our hols.

    Phill
     
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    I have booked my eurotunnel crossing via Tesco clubcard, quick service. Eurotunnel was rather expensive the crossing not using peak times going out 21st May and returning 29th June 2009 motorhome and trailer was £303. So nearly cleared me out of a years clubcard deals worth £75.00.

    I think I have taken a bit or a risk here, as with the euro being crap, we were planning to go to Greece for 5 weeks, we shall have to wait and see.

    But it is nice to say that you have a holiday planned, in fact I dont usually go on a holiday without the next one booked, saves the post holiday blues.

    Regards Pat
     
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