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Dover to France from £14.00 each way - Norfolkline Early Booking Offer 2008

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Fantastic 2008 Early Booking Offer From £14 Car + 5, each way, any duration * Book before 18th March 2008 for travel until 17 December 2008 Book online or by phone on 0870 1642 112 Terms and …
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Fantastic 2008 Early Booking Offer From £14 Car + 5, each way, any duration *

Book before 18th March 2008 for travel until 17 December 2008

Book online or by phone on 0870 1642 112

Terms and Conditions *£14 fare applies to selected off-peak sailings. One free amendment. £20 fee for subsequent changes. Supplements apply for all other departures. Offer subject to availability and valid only when used as part of a return booking with the outward journey originating from Dover. Bookings are non-refundable. Norfolkline terms and conditions apply.

The £14 crossings seem to be mostly midweek (including some decent times) but there are some weekend crossings for £14 in the early hours. Other peak fares seem to be greatly reduced too!
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#1
Sounds cheap!
#2
Voted hot. Some good deals, just annoyed I've already booked with P&O and have paid double!!
#3
I'm on the continent right now (NL) and have been looking at discounted ferry prices - so far all of them are for UK to EU destinations - as soon as I try doing it the other way around the prices are significantly higher.

A recent example was for this weekend - I could travel each way for 7 pounds with car and 5 passengers (from the UK) but the same route starting in France was a "special price" of €32 to Dover and then €45 back to Calais..... :x

Is there any way to get the cheap rates starting in the EU?
#4
gtd65 - Sorry i'm not sure how to get cheaper prices when starting in the EU but i'm intrigued where you have found a ferry for £7 each way??

I have just checked with Norfolkline for a crossing in august and it comes in at £60 return, now i've just got to decide whether it's worth the hassle and time of a 1hr 45min crossing instead of the tunnel at about half an hour.

Thanks OP I hadn't even considered this company before now. Voted hot
#5
gtd65
I'm on the continent right now (NL) and have been looking at discounted ferry prices - so far all of them are for UK to EU destinations - as soon as I try doing it the other way around the prices are significantly higher.

A recent example was for this weekend - I could travel each way for 7 pounds with car and 5 passengers (from the UK) but the same route starting in France was a "special price" of €32 to Dover and then €45 back to Calais..... :x

Is there any way to get the cheap rates starting in the EU?


Can't you just book 2 return trips if it still works out cheaper? That way, you can select the ferries that suit
#6
mminghella
Can't you just book 2 return trips if it still works out cheaper? That way, you can select the ferries that suit


You can't usually use the return half of a ticket if you didn't use the outward half.
#7
Is there any way to get the cheap rates starting in the EU?


Unfair how you pay more starting in France. Travelling alot between The Czech Republic and UK can only recommend [url]www.speedferries.com[/url]
The go from Boulogne however, which is a 20 minute drive from Calais, but very cheap, very cheerful and importantly only sell one way tickets which start at the same price around 18 quid each way regardless of where you originate from. 55 minute crossing. Plus they have their own dedicated terminals, so, no trucks, queues etc.
#8
bubbafatass
gtd65 - Sorry i'm not sure how to get cheaper prices when starting in the EU but i'm intrigued where you have found a ferry for £7 each way??



I'm fairly sure it was Norfolkline but for this weekend - probably not the same demand as during August?

There isn't much cheap over this way - having lived in the US for the past 6 years and moaning about the UK most of the time - the UK is a veritable bargain compared to NL :whistling:
#9
czechoslovakia
Unfair how you pay more starting in France. Travelling alot between The Czech Republic and UK can only recommend [url]www.speedferries.com[/url]
The go from Boulogne however, which is a 20 minute drive from Calais, but very cheap, very cheerful and importantly only sell one way tickets which start at the same price around 18 quid each way regardless of where you originate from. 55 minute crossing. Plus they have their own dedicated terminals, so, no trucks, queues etc.


I'll have a look and see :thumbsup:
#10
mminghella
Can't you just book 2 return trips if it still works out cheaper? That way, you can select the ferries that suit


That's a good way of thinking if it could work :-D
#11
Voted hot. Norfolk Line are excellent. Their boats are much better than others we've been on, and the longer crossing gives you a good break from driving if you have a long journey either side.
#12
Yeah this is a great deal although I'm flying to Paris next weekend and that has only cost about £100 return.
#13
On the website this now says book by 18th March, the deal here is listed as expiring today.
#14
Thanks. :) They must have extended it - I've amended my OP now.
#15
anyone has a norfolkline voucher code?

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