Why not book a return for roughly when you want to come back and just change accordingly might be cheaper.As we don’t know when we are coming home it’s one way, but at our age it may have to be cancelled at at any time, hence £244.
(£204 NON refundable !!)
Although the its non refundable I think you can still change the dates if you need to obviously any extra charges applyAs we don’t know when we are coming home it’s one way, but at our age it may have to be cancelled at at any time, hence £244.
(£204 NON refundable !!)
You might as well phone Eurotunnel and sort it out that way always helpful on phoneTrying to book Eurotunnel AND enter Tesco codes at the same time !!
“”Confused dot com”” is me..
Now temporarily locked out of the Eurotunnel account I just opened due to “multiple login attempts using an Apple STRONG password. !!
Effing internet And effing passwords..
I know, a computer can’t be wrong !!
Thanks for the “Rant”
Worth the Fun membership fee just for that.
Hello Vauxhall man.
Yep heard of them but water can get steep
and 35 mins is nice.
And Dog Friendy unlike ferries which are certainly not.
I keep looking at this, and havent tried the route......yet...we also used newhaven and if you phone them direct and tell them you are a pensioner you also get 20% discount
You don't have to be a pensioner just over 60. Lots of over 60s don't get pensions yet.I keep looking at this, and havent tried the route......yet...
Technically, I could say I am a pensioner having pulled a couple of pensions, but it is an outright lie, based upon age, which will be caught out when I present passports, I presume
Is anyone aware of any other discounts for this route ? (I dont do Tesco vouchers)
I was going to on my return as staying in Brighton but the £98 less 20% to the UK was replaced with £ 189 less 20%I keep looking at this, and havent tried the route......yet...
as said it is "over 60"I could say I am a pensioner
In the interests of nobody but myself, I dont make the 60 barrier either ! But will look at the ccc discount denisejoe pointed outI was going to on my return as staying in Brighton but the £98 less 20% to the UK was replaced with £ 189 less 20%
as said it is "over 60"
What toll is it going to save?Unless you are going to Spain or France then the better option is to use the Harwich/Hook of Holland route.
Similar cost, but you get a cabin for the night and for Germany, Italy etc it saves a load of driving (and tolls) so can work out cheaper.
We only ever book one way. Who knows when and how we re going to want to come back.Living close to the tunnel I did a little research last night. Tuesday is one of the cheapest days to travel outward crossing at £122.00. Never book the return . Check the return rates when I want to come back and book on the phone. That is for an 8.5 meter MH. Luckily I still have 2 Frequent Travelle legs to use and am going over in November at remembrance time to Caen
Cost £39. 00 for the extra length plus dog .Recall one Ferry crossing some years ago surrounded by beer swelling idiots and screaming kids. The tube underground suits me fine.
The route to Italy via Folkstone-Dover/Calais to Italy would have a three figure sum in French motorway tolls. Each way.What toll is it going to save?
If you re going to Germany you don't need to pay a toll anyway. The issue with the longer crossings is there are only one or two crossings a day and if you miss them you re looking at a long delay.
MitchandJenny the tunnel ticket I bought last week said it could be used for up to a year. They ve always been pretty good at alterations.