P & O ferries, Dover to Calais return- "shop on board" -1 car with two adults- only £10 rtn- £7.90 with quidco! - HotUKDeals
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not sure if you can get off but the idea is you shop on board the ferry.

perfect if you need to stock up on booze for xmas.

Topcashback.co.uk give 2% back for online booking
quidco are giving 6% for purchases plus a £1.50 bonus for Dover-Calais bookings
this works out as £7.90 good deal I think.

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Drive on board, park your car and enjoy a round trip without getting off in Calais.

With our low onboard prices, you can stock up and buy as much as you like without worrying about how much you can carry. Our staff will be on hand to carry your shopping to your car and help you load your boot ready for you to drive off upon arrival back in Dover. This is ideal for stocking up for parties, special occasions and celebrations.

What's more, spend £400 or more whilst onboard* and we'll add a free case of JP Chenet wine (Red or White) to your shopping!

With a typical round trip lasting just 3½ hours, there's just enough time to stock up with bargains in our onboard shopping outlet and relax with a good meal before you're back in port.

*Offer excludes the value of any tobacco purchased. For legal reasons we cannot promote the purchase of tobacco goods.
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#1
Vomit all the way there, and all the way back if it's a bit rougher than planned! :-(

Been there, read the book & got the T-shirt - I would NEVER do one of these go and come-back-same-day jobbies again after spending hours (about 5 as the swell was so strong!) up to the armpits in puke (NOT mine!), knowing it is going to be the same again when you are on the way back. It can never be cheap enough for that.

At least if you get off, you can wait until the sea calms before you go home.

Lovely day out if it is millpond calm, don't go at all if it isn't, and let them keep the £7.90 with a smile!
#2
Nothing is very cheap on the boats.
#3
nihcaj;3013321
Vomit all the way there, and all the way back if it's a bit rougher than planned! :-(

Been there, read the book & got the T-shirt - I would NEVER do one of these go and come-back-same-day jobbies again after spending hours (about 5 as the swell was so strong!) up to the armpits in puke (NOT mine!), knowing it is going to be the same again when you are on the way back. It can never be cheap enough for that.

At least if you get off, you can wait until the sea calms before you go home.

Lovely day out if it is millpond calm, don't go at all if it isn't, and let them keep the £7.90 with a smile!

What are you, man or mouse? :-D

They wouldn't let us dock in Dover a couple of years ago without tug assistance.......the ferry was all over the road (worst conditions in eighteen years according to the Captain)......we just sat in the bar drinking and watching S Club 7 on the video screens :oops:

A great day out IMHO.
#4
Chuckles1066
What are you, man or mouse? :-D

They wouldn't let us dock in Dover a couple of years ago without tug assistance.......the ferry was all over the road (worst conditions in eighteen years according to the Captain)......we just sat in the bar drinking and watching S Club 7 on the video screens :oops:

A great day out IMHO.


I don`t think anyone who willingly watches Sc7 should be asking who`s a man and who`s a mouse.:roll:
Last bad crossing i had was on a real mans boat. The speedferries Cat. Never seen CREW fall down because of the waves before. That said, he was trying to hand out cold flannels to everyone.
#5
Chuckles1066
What are you, man or mouse? :-D

They wouldn't let us dock in Dover a couple of years ago without tug assistance.......the ferry was all over the road (worst conditions in eighteen years according to the Captain)......we just sat in the bar drinking and watching S Club 7 on the video screens :oops:

A great day out IMHO.




Well that was your first clue as to things not being quite right - are you sure the captain knew what he was doing??? He'd probably been in the bar earlier and took a wrong turning left of the chunnel!

Did you not know ferries work best in water???
#6
czechoslovakia;3014606
I don`t think anyone who willingly watches Sc7 should be asking who`s a man and who`s a mouse.

Alas, one has no control over what the chavs use their benefit money on.

Funniest thing was, it was all fat, skinheads with pouting girlfriends in tow called Stacey who seemed most entertained by the "entertainment" provided by S Club 7 :?
#7
termite
Nothing is very cheap on the boats.


I think nothing is inherently cheap everywhere :thinking: Voted hot!
1 Like #8
sandman2ooo;3014893
I think nothing is inherently cheap everywhere :thinking: Voted hot!

It's hot for sure - £3.80 for a pack of ciggies that would cost you £5 in a supermarket........£1.20 saving per 20, £12 saving per 200, £120 saving per 2,000........how much was the crossing again?

A no-brainer if you smoke.........
#9
It just seems a bit too weird, and fairly pointless, as if you drive into Belgium, prices on most things plummet.

Go further to Luxembourg - and they fall further, although not spirits.

I would say the best crossing to France is Speed Ferries, which is also slightly round the coast and less queued that Calais.

The best crossing for Belgium is to Dunkirk with Norfolk line. Dunkirk is actually in France, but you are in Belgium in minutes, even cycling.

This site is probably the best I know for details - and has been around for years.

http://www.day-tripper.net/

The site is nothing to do with me - but I guess its someone on their owns efforts - so click on a few ads for him.
#10
This would be an excellent deal if you could drive off lol?! I don't see the point in it. I think DFDS's Amsterdam trips are well good and also excellent value for money! :-D
1 Like #11
nihcaj
Vomit all the way there, and all the way back if it's a bit rougher than planned! :-(

Been there, read the book & got the T-shirt - I would NEVER do one of these go and come-back-same-day jobbies again after spending hours (about 5 as the swell was so strong!) up to the armpits in puke (NOT mine!), knowing it is going to be the same again when you are on the way back. It can never be cheap enough for that.

At least if you get off, you can wait until the sea calms before you go home.

Lovely day out if it is millpond calm, don't go at all if it isn't, and let them keep the £7.90 with a smile!


Stop whining. If you paid £350 for a first class overnight the crossing wouldn't have been any calmer.

Top deal imo, dunno how they make a profit at that price. Could be on the 8 quid breakfast I suppose?
#12
Allhe products on the ferries are French duty paid ....The Hot deals are hard to find even Cigarettes in Belgium now are getting expensive with the poor exchange rate.

Went shopping yesterday in France Ferries are packed with Tunnel traffic ...
1 Like #13
It clearly says on the offer you can't get off. Having said that, I have had some good offers on P & O. Where else can you get 24 500ml cans of Speckled Hen for £9.99?

A good deal. The bad weather conditions referred to in an earlier post are a rare occurrence.
1 Like #14
growling badger
It clearly says on the offer you can't get off. Having said that, I have had some good offers on P & O. Where else can you get 24 500ml cans of Speckled Hen for £9.99?

A good deal. The bad weather conditions referred to in an earlier post are a rare occurrence.


Agreed on both counts!

Onboard shopping is sometimes cheaper than in the hypermarche's, but only sometimes, nevertheless, they're generally much more competitive than out supermarkets, & I cant think I've ever had a bad Dover Calais crossing! Try Pembroke - Rosslare if you want a real crossing!!
:whistling:
HOT!
:thumbsup:
#15
Are there good deals on pembroke - rosslare? this would be easier and closer for me?


Thanks to all above for your support rep added. the post should be about a good deal not about sea/travel sickness. I was begining to think it was not worth the effort posting a deal?
thanks to you lot who made me realise it is.
#16
miss money saver
Are there good deals on pembroke - rosslare? this would be easier and closer for me?


Thanks to all above for your support rep added. the post should be about a good deal not about sea/travel sickness. I was begining to think it was not worth the effort posting a deal?
thanks to you lot who made me realise it is.


No ! Thank you MMS! Pembroke Rosslare has a bar on it! Apart from that I think its shop is roughly the equivalent of a Spar shop but more expensive!

:-D
#17
Reck;3015647
Stop whining. If you paid £350 for a first class overnight the crossing wouldn't have been any calmer.

Top deal imo, dunno how they make a profit at that price. Could be on the 8 quid breakfast I suppose?


You had to sign up in a new account to say that? :-(
#18
ibiza;3015245
It just seems a bit too weird, and fairly pointless, as if you drive into Belgium, prices on most things plummet.

Go further to Luxembourg - and they fall further, although not spirits.

We usually go up to Adenkerke.......have thought about Luxembourg but it's a four hour drive from Calais so you get into the whole overnight stay thing and extra fuel costs which you have to factor into the "is it worth it?" equation.

Prices in Adenkerke last time we were there (4th Sep) were lower than France but the differential is definitely shrinking........I think the cheapest ciggies were £26 per 2000 (Sovereign) and it's about £8 for a litre of vodka.
#19
Has anyone ever got the Quidco "bonus" on these crossings?

I've had the 6% (60p) paid today but the £1.50 is nowhere to be seen.

Not the first time either?
#20
ALL SHOULD BOYCOTT PO FERRIES. They dint seell tobacco

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