france for mon cheap deals

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  1. niggle

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    :BigGrin: hi has any one got any cheap codes or can better £84 .00 with sea france please :thumb:
     
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    Hi, we always find we get a better deal with Norfolkline these days, Seafrance were always better for us a couple of years ago.:BigGrin: And the Gravelines Aire is a lot better and safer than Calias if you overnight there.:Smile: Bob.
     
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    Sea France has rocketed this year. We were getting a return last year for £50. :Eek!::Eek!::Eek!:

    Ivy
     
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    We found Norfokline cheaper last year, we only paid £52 return, got a code on MHF, not seen any this year yet.
     
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    If members of Camping club (and possibly C&CC) Norfolk line Dover Dunkirk is 27 GBP each way. Sail out Sundays and back on Fridays

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    Norfolk line to Dunkirk one way £38 mid Feb

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    I just looked online at sea France and got £49 return Mar11th-June11th for 6mtr with 2 people. (Dover -Calais)

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    booked ours for £70 return with Seafrance using a code they sent through for being a loyal customer. I will never use P&O again after what they done to me prior.
    Try phoning Seafrance and asking for a discount code, say you lost it.
     
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    France for non cheap deals

    I thought that all motorhomes were 6 meters long :Doh::Wink::Rofl1:

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    After been in Zahora we are going to France to see friends, then home via Dunkirk on Norfolk Line 23.58 ferry to Dover, £22 with 8mtr motorhome:thumb:
     
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    Cheap ferry tickets. Try Sea France multi-trip carnet tickets. They are very good value. A surcharge at peak travel time and a minimum order of open ended tickets I think it is 4. They are transferable and work out at £36.50p each way. They are operational for twelve months dated from your first sailing. Not bad for a 7.36 motorhome. You can book your outward journey and use the open ended return when you wish to return to the white cliffs. If you turn up unbooked they guarantee to get you on one of the first boats to leave port on your arrival. They are only available to UK residents.

    Another tip if you book with LD Lines through the french booking office stating you are a pensioner they give you a discount. This was current info last year.
     
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