Half Price M6 Toll

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  1. Larrynwin

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    Used my Caravan Club card on M6 toll and paid £5.50 instead of £11.00 .
    Don't usually use toll because of cost but big hold up on M6 this morning [​IMG]
     
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  2. peter marshall

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    We use the toll road with the CC Card much better than going down the old M6 through Birmingham. Pete
     
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  3. Trikimiki

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    Yes use it every time when going to son's in Milton Keynes
     
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    Yup. I've wondered if it applies to any vehicle, eg either of our cars or motorbikes, as well as the van?
     
  5. TheCaller

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    My understanding is that it reduces the cost of a motorhome to that of a car, so no, no benefit if you are already in a car.
     
  6. BreweryDave

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    Problem arises when you go off at an exit without a manned barrier - an automatic one. I did that - and pushed the assistance button to request my discount - upon which the barrier opened and the voice said 'can I help you ?'
    As the barrier had opened - I said 'no thanks - ok now' and drove through !

    Never got a letter!!!!
     
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    Thanks for that info, going down through there tomorrow and didn't know you could use your card.
     
  8. paulmold

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    Also on the CC website there is the facility to print off discount vouchers for any Roadchef services, 20% of food etc. The Norton Canes services on the toll road is a Roadchef so double winners!
     
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  9. PaulyP

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    Damn, I should take more notice when reading threads, just looked back to see that it was the caravan club card. I have the C&CC card which doesnt count so got stung for the full £11 pound, didnt use it on the way back today and came through the M6 with no problems.
     
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    If you book any nec tickets online I think there is an option for reduced rate for toll
     
  11. mikebeaches

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    We tried the toll travelling north the other week. Member of C&CC, but not CC. Asked if there was discount for the Camping and Caravanning Club and he said yes, but when I handed over the membership card he said, 'Oh no, sorry, that's the wrong one'. So £11 it was - ouch.

    Have since joined the Caravan Club, for various reasons, but at least will get the discount next time.

    Mike
     
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    When booking for the NEC show last October we got half price toll tickets. Went in the Motorhome instead of the car so as to have facilities for breakfast/ lunch not to mention on board loo! Usually visit the show for a couple of days but with the rediculous cost of staying over - £30 p.n. we won't in future.
     

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