p&o offer quick ends tuesday

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  1. tommytli

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    we have just booked our ferry with p&o if you book before tuesday its only £25 each way me and smith 123 just booked ours £50 each for july holidays(cheers col 4 the heads up) be quick if you want the cheap tickets:thumb:
     
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    Just tried out of interest to see what it would cost for the dates we booked on Eurotunnel, £25 outward & £31.25 return. Not too bad but doesn't beat £31.50 in Tesco vouchers in total for a Eurotunnel :thumb::thumb:
     
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    Just booked our August hols for £34 return with Seafrance:thumb:

    Money saved to spend on their lovely Roche Mazet Red Wine::bigsmile:
     
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    just tried the exact same trip times days etc like for like with sea france and it comes to £86 even with this promo code they just sent me BVP10JAN
     
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    What dates did you book for ? :Smile::Smile:
     
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    Hi All,

    I followed the link as usual that they send us, giving £4 off the return journey (so even if you haven't got a code, some of the fares should be £19)

    Booked 4th August to 23rd August.

    Some times were coming up at £40 but some at £17, which is what we booked!

    Can't believe it myself really because I just booked for a car return in feb and it cost over 40 quid!

    :Smile:
     
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    24/07/10 08.30 return 14/08/10 21.00 3 adults 1 child motorhome 7.32 mtr long over 3mtr high
     
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    Damn all the suvverners !!

    Lovely offer like this and it costs £120 in fuel to take it up :-(

    Got to feel sorry for the Scots.
     
  9. DoriM

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    Thanks Brian.. sympathy accepted.
    Just tried an estimate for the same dates from Rosyth to Zeebrugge ---Cost for 2 of us is £668 :Eeek:

    Need a wheelbarrow of Tesco vouchers to pay for that..:winky:

    Doris
     
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    I've worked in Scotland a lot, around Aberdeen. My daughter lives just south of Glasgow so there's many a time I've thought of the huge distances involved.

    But these suvverners - well, they want a hill, they can choose Scotland at 700 miles or Switzerland at 500 miles. I love Scotland but there's no comparison to Swiss hills.

    Rosyth to Calais is about 500 miles, 1000 miles @ 25mpg = £200. Ferry £100. So there's no contest in cash terms.
     
  11. RichardnGill

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    We have just booked with P&O for £50 return in July/August for 8.5 Meters

    Sea France has some return deals for £36 but only for vans 6.5 Meters or under.


    Rich...
     

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