Eurotunnel Frequent Traveller Vouchers

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  1. Robert Clark

    Robert Clark Funster Life Member

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    Hi guys
    Anyone using Eurotunnel Frequent Traveller Vouchers?

    £45 each way when you buy 10 plus £11 extra for a MH
    Seems like a good deal to me

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    Robert
     
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    Yes, if you intend to use them all however you can have a second account holder to 'share' them with too. There is also a supplement for peak etc crossings but if you don't intend to go at these times then they are a good choice.

    However, if you have some Tesco 'deals' vouches you can exchange these for travel vouchers at 3 x face value, which is what we do, so a return crossing usually costs us no more than £50 in vouchers, as opposed to £110 with the EFTVs.
     
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    If your going to travel five times a year works out at £549 a year , £108 per trip. I only go three times a year, twice booked with the C&CC saving 10% and once with eurotunnel directly, so this year I have paid £530 so I have paid 176 per trip over the year. So on this basis I would get two free crossings a year.

    If I only I didn't have to work!
     
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