DHDS Ferry Dieppe to Newhaven - Early bird offer from £49 for a car + 2 people, may also include MHs (1 Viewer)

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Minxy

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Just had this email:

Already thinking about your holidays for next year? Well, great news: bookings for 2023 crossings are now open on our Newhaven – Dieppe route!

Grab yourself a bargain with our early bird offer from just £49 for a car plus two people each way. Discover the wonders of Northern France and Normandy, boasting beautiful cities including Caen and Rouen. Plus, Dieppe is just a 2-hour drive from Paris.
  • Early bird - from £49 for car + 2 (limited time only)
  • Short 4-hour crossing
  • No baggage restrictions
  • Great transport links to wider Europe

 
Dec 24, 2014
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Ever since lighting was by Calor gas.
DFDS have promoted that off-peak offer for very many years but it hasn't been available for m/h's.
I've just done a test m/h booking for first week of March but it comes up as the usual c.£200 return fare.
 
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Lenny HB

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DFDS have promoted that off-peak offer for very many years but it hasn't been available for m/h's.
I've just done a test m/h booking for first week of March but it comes up as the usual £200 fare.
Is that with or without the 20% discount?

About 4 years ago I got a return with the Motorhome for £79.

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DFDS have promoted that off-peak offer for very many years but it hasn't been available for m/h's.
I've just done a test m/h booking for first week of March but it comes up as the usual c.£200 fare.
Yeah costed the same trip on tunnel £20 more, I know which id rather be on.
 
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Where does the 20% discount come from? Frequent traveler or something?
 
Dec 24, 2014
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Ever since lighting was by Calor gas.
Where does the 20% discount come from? Frequent traveler or something?
On whole ticket (excl cabins) if the lead person named on the ticket is over 60, reg'd disabled or a student. You have to book by phone.

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Minxy

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With no Eurotunnel Frequent Traveller next year, it'll be my first choice. Eurotunnels rolling stock and booking in system is so troublesome these days. It all needs overhaulling.
 
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Travelling up from Devon and visiting friends in Chichester, we didn’t want to go as far as Dover or Folkestone to cross over, so Newhaven looked good and also suits our routing onwards in France.

I’ve just booked a couple of crossings with them - out on 21/04 and back on 16/06 - for 2 plus a standard MoHo comes in at £153.60. The same dates via the chunnel was over £100 dearer and P&O exactly £50 more.

A one-way in the middle of August was even better at £60.
 
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I booked 15th may at 17.00 out back 1st July 12pm for £160.40. coming back for MOT :cry:
 

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