ferry to france

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    just got price for ferry from Dover to Calais on 21st july....£49.00 not a bad price its only gone up £5 since i looked last month...:thumb:
     
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    Who is that with?
     
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    DFDS..
     
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    Just booked p and o 12 July return £106 through topcashback and get £7.79 back, including £20 food voucher , could have got £50 each way but didn't do the time I wanted:thumb:
     
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    ferrys to france

    Book mine a couple of months ago £106 return with My Ferry.Com we are sailing on the 10th july, First trip :thumb::thumb:
     
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    we are only booking one way as dont know when we will be coming back,,,first time to france so guess just go with the flow.....:Smile: come home when we have had enough....
     
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    We are going over early on the 14th July with 2 dogs £65 DFDS. Then return when we want on a flexi ticket with my ferry .com as we did last year at £ 115.00

    Is it a lot cheaper to either book the return at calais when out there or just turn up at the terminal and get ticket and wait ? or are there better deals here ive checked the usual ferry sites and got these prices with Dover exchange. ??
     
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    i have just looked for prices from calais to dover next monday and can get from £36.00 so it looks like waiting till a couple of days before coming back might be the best option....we are only booking one way as not on a time scale for coming back....:thumb:
     
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    Always try to book online in advance. You'll get charged top rate if you just turn up. Made that mistake many years ago.

    Also I think you have to book if you have pets and remember to arrive at least 90 mins before to allow for extra time for paperwork. I got moaned at for arriving 75 mins before!
     
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    Dover to Calais return £97.50 , My Ferry link, length upto 6.49m Height upto 3.99m . leaving 0845 14th July. It is always a better deal if you book online in France before returning.:thumb:
     
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