Regular Channel Crossing??

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  1. Biggles

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    Hi All

    In the spring I am going to move my boat to Belgium and France and will travel in the MH and or car regularly.

    What schemes are available for frequent travellers? Not fussed if its ferries or tunnel, but I do like the break the ferry gives from driving, but if in the MH can chose my break time so tunnel is acceptable.

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    DFDS Dover to Dunkirk is cheapest with or without discounts, unless you count the Tesco voucher scheme.
     
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    DFDS also do a frequent traveller scheme. The more crossings you buy the cheaper they are. When I had my boat in Holland, it was the cheapest way for frequent travellers.
     
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    We have the tunnel frequent crossing package. 10 crossings, you can buy peak or off peak crossings and change them as often as you like without charge.
    Works out pretty cheap but I can't say how cheap, I know Mrs A was pleased with the prices
    Allan
     
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    Check out My Ferry Link's carnet offer

    For cars:

    6 single / 3 return tickets for £31 each way / £186 total
    10 single / 5 return tickets for £29 each way / £290 total
    18 single / 9 return tickets for £27 each way / £486 total
    24 single / 12 return tickets for £25 each way / £600 total

    Add 25% for motorhomes. Some peak dates and times carry a supplement but easy to avoid. And you can pass some of the tickets on to friends/relatives if you're feeling generous. The best offer I was able to find.
     
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    Tunnel Frequent Traveller Booking

    Any one interested in sharing the 5 return crossing of a eurotunnel frequent traveller booking.
    You can do this now.
    Tried to do this on another forum but pulled out.


    Peter
     
  8. Biggles

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    Do you have a link to their multi trip page?
     
  9. Biggles

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    No it will be sent on a lorry.
     
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    Car price (or my Vito) for 10 tickets on the tunnel works out at £43 a crossing, plus you can use the ticket for MH, just pay upcharge if any when you book.
     
  11. Biggles

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    This is always my prefered crossing. I like that it takes a little longer and the VIP lounge and service is good value IMO.
     
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