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'Promo Code' NUS1

P&O have teamed up once again with The Sun to bring you some great value travel deals. With this offer you can enjoy a fantastic day out in France with the family, sailing from Dover to Calais.
Fares start at just £1 per person for foot passengers - or you can take your car and up to nine people from just £15.
So what are you waiting for? Book now!

Foot passenger day trip for £1. Travel as a foot passenger from Dover to Calais from just £1 Sunday to Thursday and £6 on Fridays and Saturdays. Simply depart after 7:50am and return before 10pm the same day.

Terms: * Book from 28th August to 18th September 2010 Travel from 1st September to 31st October 2010 Excludes weekend travel 4th & 5th Sept and a £5 Supplement applies for travel 1st,2nd and 3rd of Sept.
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#1
is this a gd deal?
#2
do you need passports for all passengers if going by car?
#3
yes
#4
onriebaby
do you need passports for all passengers if going by car?


yes you do
#5
Great deal, Voted hot.
#6
DZeeksNMalanoos
Great deal, Voted hot.

+1

These deals are always great value for the Christmas shopping. If only the worm-hole would come up with something close, hypermarket shopping life would be perfect. (_;)
#7
Great Deal.

Just booked a day trip on 29th Oct (Half Term) for £17.00 return

£15.00 is for afternoon departure.
#8
Lets say you wanted to stay until the next day...could you book two trips on consecutive day, and use the second bookings' return to come back?
#9
whats there to do in calais?
sounds a brill deal for a quid, i can maybe bring fags,drinks,
#10
do i need to just go to calaid..if i had the car can i go elsewhere??
#11
monstar1
Lets say you wanted to stay until the next day...could you book two trips on consecutive day, and use the second bookings' return to come back?


No, they check that the first part of the ticket was used that day, if not they'll charge you the full price
#12
ACIDFORUMS
do i need to just go to calaid..if i had the car can i go elsewhere??


Of course you can! They don't have roadblocks around the town stopping P&O customers leaving!
#13
How much to get back?? ..
#14
lol. thanks everyone. i asked as my kids dont have passports yet - it would cost me a bomb to get them done in time. great price though.

Edited By: onriebaby on Aug 28, 2010 21:12: spelling
#15
khalifazed Sadly nowadays not much saving, all to do with the EEC. But if you take a car go up to Belgium and buy, its only 40 miles. Sell a pack of 10 and you have made the crossing fee. And then warehouses in France for wine and beer. Then have a good meal! Great day out!!
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Bit of a warning for those taking your car into France / Europe. There are some traffic laws which you HAVE to abide by which are not so very obvious:

* Ensure you have a light bulb set in your car. If you get stopped by the police they might check if you have them and if not they can ask you to WALK to the nearest garage to get them before you can continue your journey.

* There MUST be a reflective jacket in your car for every person traveling in that vehicle, and these must be accessible from the cabin. These MUST be worn in case of a breakdown.

* You MUST have a medikit in your car. Some kind of 'good Samaritan' law is in place that dictates you must help other road users in case of an accident.

* You MUST have a warning triangle in your car. In case of an accident, this must be placed 30 meters (about 30 yards) behind your vehicle on the verge of the road.

You MUST use headlight converters - or; if you are a bit savvy, use some black tape to avoid your headlights blinding order drivers who go in the opposite direction.

Also, of course, you need a GB sticker.
#17
ordered, thanks. I went for one passenger in car but there may now be 2 passengers. It would have cost no more when ordering so will this be a problem?
#18
jacquij123
monstar1
Lets say you wanted to stay until the next day...could you book two trips on consecutive day, and use the second bookings' return to come back?


No, they check that the first part of the ticket was used that day, if not they'll charge you the full price


What about buying two returns, one from Dover to Calais returning the same day and one from Calais to Dover returning the same day? The first part of each ticket would be used on both journey's, the second part of each return ticket would not. Job's a gudden, eh?
#19
breadfred
Bit of a warning for those taking your car into France / Europe. There are some traffic laws which you HAVE to abide by which are not so very obvious:* Ensure you have a light bulb set in your car. If you get stopped by the police they might check if you have them and if not they can ask you to WALK to the nearest garage to get them before you can continue your journey. * There MUST be a reflective jacket in your car for every person traveling in that vehicle, and these must be accessible from the cabin. These MUST be worn in case of a breakdown.* You MUST have a medikit in your car. Some kind of 'good Samaritan' law is in place that dictates you must help other road users in case of an accident.* You MUST have a warning triangle in your car. In case of an accident, this must be placed 30 meters (about 30 yards) behind your vehicle on the verge of the road.You MUST use headlight converters - or; if you are a bit savvy, use some black tape to avoid your headlights blinding order drivers who go in the opposite direction.Also, of course, you need a GB sticker.

Great info thanks :)
#20
monstar1 - Aug 28, 2010 18:11
Lets say you wanted to stay until the next day...could you book two trips on consecutive day, and use the second bookings' return to come back?

They do a 36 hour return fare for about £45. Allows you 1 night in France.
#21
shaggydabbydo
jacquij123
monstar1
Lets say you wanted to stay until the next day...could you book two trips on consecutive day, and use the second bookings' return to come back?


No, they check that the first part of the ticket was used that day, if not they'll charge you the full price


What about buying two returns, one from Dover to Calais returning the same day and one from Calais to Dover returning the same day? The first part of each ticket would be used on both journey's, the second part of each return ticket would not. Job's a gudden, eh?


I tried that but the deals only on Dover-Calais, not Calais-Dover. Makes sense considering as the offer is with a British newspaper.

Edited By: callum9999 on Aug 29, 2010 23:21: .
#22
what duty free you are allow to bring back never been before
#23
Is this kind of a farce? So If I went with some friends It would be £15 to get there but getting back would be a totally different cost? Also when I try to book it says listings aren't available (For nearly every date I've entered) so please call number. Surprisingly the number is 08716.

Has anyone actually booked it yet?
#24
Saynoto0870 for 01 numbers.

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