ACSI / camping cheques question

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  1. Mags52

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    Next year we plan to tour France in September with two friends on board. They will be sleeping in tents. Does anyone know whether we need two ACSI cards in order to get two pitches?
    Some sites have pitches big enough for the whole set up (i.e. 6.5 meter MH, 2 x pup tents and a utility tent) - in this case does anyone know what we would have to pay for the other two adults (roughly)?
    I'm wondering the same things about camping cheques although in their case I assume we just use two cheques.
    It will be an interesting experiment to tour with four - hopefully we'll still be friends when we get back. :roflmto:
     
  2. Road Runner

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    Two adult per pitch. Take two pitches is the only way. Two cards. They wont do great deals on additional adults.
     
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    camping cheques are also pitch/elec and 2 adults, so you would have the price of 2 adults plus any tourist tax to add to the c/cheque.
     
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    Its out of main season so you save a bundle anyway, probably more having two cards than adding two adults if it were possible.

    We saved a fortune in May, well worth the investment.
     
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