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DFDS Cheap Newhaven Dieppe Ferry Tickets 2017 from £49.00 Each Way Car+2 Over 60's extra 20%OFF

£49.00 @ DFDS Seaways
You can now book for 2017 on the Newhaven-Dieppe ferry. 4 hours on 2 modern but basic ferries. Just checked and these prices are available during school holidays also. They will go up in price quickly… Read More
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7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago
You can now book for 2017 on the Newhaven-Dieppe ferry. 4 hours on 2 modern but basic ferries. Just checked and these prices are available during school holidays also. They will go up in price quickly in my experience. £49 each way is based on car +2. Goes up a little for extra passengers.

Ignore the bit where it says you can only book up to Jan 5th 2016- all 2017 now possible. I use this route to France to avoid the nightmare at Calais!!

From DFDS website

NEWHAVEN–DIEPPE FERRY CROSSINGS

Hop across the Channel from Newhaven to Dieppe, in the heart of Normandy with our short, 4-hour ferry crossing. It’s the perfect way to explore western France or even head to Paris!

Also Golden Oldies Over 60's if you go to Newhaven Ferry terminal or ring them up you can get another 20% off- not available online- valid ID needed.
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7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago
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Can you explain the nightmare at Calais. Not been a problem the twice I've been through this year.
If your a motorhome owner avoid DFDS none of their offers apply to motorhomes or car towing caravan.
For this and the Calais comment it's cold from me
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bigfatmatt2001
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If your a motorhome owner avoid DFDS none of their offers apply to motorhomes or car towing caravan.

Wow, another reason to vote this hot!
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LesD
bigfatmatt2001
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If your a motorhome owner avoid DFDS none of their offers apply to motorhomes or car towing caravan.

Wow, another reason to vote this hot!


Who told you to do that as you clearly can't think for yourself
#4
bigfatmatt2001
Can you explain the nightmare at Calais. Not been a problem the twice I've been through this year.
If your a motorhome owner avoid DFDS none of their offers apply to motorhomes or car towing caravan.
For this and the Calais comment it's cold from me

Sure happy to explain the nightmare- not keen to repeat a journey where branches are laid in the middle of the motorway and stones thrown at the car near Calais port
#5
Tried to book but as soon as you click to verify the offer code your vehicle details revert to "travelling without a vehicle". Discount is shown for accommodation but when you go back to re-enter vehicle details the discount disappears! Tried it 3 times (on two different browsers).
#6
SpragClutch
Tried to book but as soon as you click to verify the offer code your vehicle details revert to "travelling without a vehicle". Discount is shown for accommodation but when you go back to re-enter vehicle details the discount disappears! Tried it 3 times (on two different browsers).

you don't need an offer/discount code for newhaven dieppe route. If you want Senior 20% discount you need to ring up or go to Port to book
#7
just priced my trip and its only £3 less than the Eurotunnel.
#8
CrawleyRed
just priced my trip and its only £3 less than the Eurotunnel.


the biggest savings will definately be for some crossings in July/august peak season if you book now.
#9
franconormand



bigfatmatt2001
Can you explain the nightmare at Calais. Not been a problem the twice I've been through this year.
If your a motorhome owner avoid DFDS none of their offers apply to motorhomes or car towing caravan.
For this and the Calais comment it's cold from me

Sure happy to explain the nightmare- not keen to repeat a journey where branches are laid in the middle of the motorway and stones thrown at the car near Calais port


Think you've been watching to many TVs programs.all this apparently only started this year and as you put the same deal on last year you clearly haven't been through Calais this year. Looking at pictures and getting someone to read the daily mail is fair enough. If you drive a wagon on the the back roads past the jungle at 3am with a TVs film crew in tow what do you expect. Drive the normal routes into Calais port and you will see police patrols every 500 yards
#10
I've done Calais a few times this year actually. that nightmare journey was at night so I suppose it was my fault for travelling at that time? Any I don,t need that hassle and my preference is this route, yours is clearly Calais- each to their own. Hopefully this deal will help some, clearly not you!
#11
Voted hot for the stupid calais remarks by some.
#12
Daft question, do you have to book a cabin? If you don't is there sufficient seating?
#13
jonohanson
Daft question, do you have to book a cabin? If you don't is there sufficient seating?


No need there's free seating

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