Ferry tickets

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  1. Jackieb

    Jackieb Read Only Funster

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    New member asking if anyone has info on the multi trip season tickets the ferry companies have been running in the past. Need to book some trips but cant find any offers:Smile:
     
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    Multiple Ferry trips

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    I book mine through Caravan Club who give discounts to members. Dover Calais is by far the cheapest with DFDS a bit cheaper than P&O.
    A return in September cost me just £63 for a 7.5 m van and two people! Bargain I thought - especially as the times were chosen to suit us (11.00 am out and 6.00 pm back). Living in Leeds we stay on Caravan Club CL near Dover for just £5.
    Always like to get value for money so if anyone knows a cheaper way across the Channel I would be interested to hear - I will be going at least twice next year.

    Brian
     
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    Thanks for that, have tried Caravan club and been quoted £80 for a 5 day return at the end of November, trying to get a better deal
     
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    you may find a better deal on the Aferry website ..
     
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