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P&O ferry to France from a £1.00

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Tomorrows (Sunday) Express. Pick up your copy edit - wishihadadonkey - see comment 6 for T&C's & Info - Looks like you don't have to buy the paper
raza786 Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago48 Comments
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Funny really....we can do a trip to France and back for quid and the parasitic hordes of migrants on the other side have to pay thousands.......crying shame.
​i won't bother asking what you're voting in the Brexit polls
He like myself will be voting to make Britain great again!
It used to be great?
​yes a great colonial and enslaving power, wasn't it all wonderful.well done us.

The greatest inventors, scientists, writers, visionaries, discoverers and explorers in the world! Germany was given a chance for a fresh start are you going to harp on about their past wrongs? I have to wonder why people like you who think so little of this country stay here?
maltikism
zx636r
Funny really....we can do a trip to France and back for quid and the parasitic hordes of migrants on the other side have to pay thousands.......crying shame.
​i won't bother asking what you're voting in the Brexit polls
He like myself will be voting to make Britain great again!
It used to be great?


​yes a great colonial and enslaving power, wasn't it all wonderful.well done us.
I'm bored of arguing EU......but let me just make clear the comment I made regarding stretched public resources. I was referring to the austerity measures currently being invoked by the Government.

What I'm trying to say is, voting out, wont change the situation.

The austerity measures in place are due to the national deficit (which has barely moved) The debt created in this country has been created by two things ; out of control capitalism, being the bankers. Also, getting involved in military conflicts, which goes back all the way to 1990 when we got involved in the Kuwait conflict. Tony psychopath Blair spent billions looking for WMDs that don't exist.

This has had the knock on effect we see today, with hundreds of thousands of people fleeing their countries by any means possible. It is impossibly sad......we can all vote what we like, the politicians will all still do what they do. Make lots of money......

Edited By: zoso1313 on Jun 05, 2016 22:35
zx636r
zoso1313
zx636r
Funny really....we can do a trip to France and back for quid and the parasitic hordes of migrants on the other side have to pay thousands.......crying shame.
​racist
​you don't know the meaning of the word racist, idiot
Head in ar.5e is highly appropriate.
​say what you like, folks like you make me want to be sick. I imagine you sit around (ironically) spouting off how disgusting the Holocaust was.
Then start banging on you want immigrants out. just another racist xenophobe who'll use some woolly statistical argument, why.
your original post is disgusting, calling homeless, starving migrants, forced to run from their wartorn homes 'parasites'.
Yet again care in the community fails...... and I've concluded that your head is stuffed quite a way up your ar5e, but it seems fully planted if you think that lot at Calais are genuine refugees....they have marched through many safe countries to get to the percieved 'land of milk and honey'......... so wipe your excrement out of your eyes and start accepting fact......idiot.
Oh and check youtube for videos of car/lorries being attacked by these poor withered , malnourished (6ft + and at least 12 stone) 'victims'
I can assure you I just liked your post by accident.
Your bigoted blinkered view reads like your typical Dail Mail reader, no doubt your probably vote UKIP as well, and chant 'En-ger-land' a lot while drinking Euro lager (ironic).
Fact is you know absolutely **** all about these people, only what you choose to believe, because that's what you want to believe. You've pigeon holed all migrants as 'parasites', from your cosy little life in UK, where you enjoy safety, and freedom. Why shouldn't everyone have that, eh?
You seriously think every migrant at Calais is of the same mindset, and sees uk as some sort of pot of gold at end of the rainbow? Also, you really think voting out will change any of that!?
I don't want criminals in UK, but I'd take any hard working decent minded migrant over some of the scum roaming our streets. Britain is full of dole dossing scum, who feed off the benefit system, meanwhile NHS, Schools, Police force and all other public services are stretched as thin as butter, and completely under resourced.
We are in middle of Global Economic downturn, and any that thinks voting out of Eurooe is going to improve matters is deluded. Fat Boris the patriot, thinks he's a modern day Winston Churchill with all his patriotic no ensue. He's a bag of wind, completely empty. Churchill was a man of action.......
I hate Cameron, but Boris is now putting the boot in his own life long friend, what does that say about the mans morals? All he is doing is relying on all the brain dead, xenophobic imbeciles to vote out, so he can get a crack at the Tory hot seat.
There are absolutely no Economic fundamentals to support exiting Europe. 60 years ago hundreds of thousands of British soldiers fought for peace, something we all now take for granted. Being part of Europe helps sustain that for the future....we are one of the Economic superpowers in Europe, arguably the biggest,staying in will allow us to lead the way.
So if you're saying that you don't want the bad eggs in, then we're in complete agreement. I just didn't like your comment calling migrants parasites.....I'm a humanist, you can laugh at that, but there it is.


Ok brainiac, you claim I know nothing about these migrants, insinuating you do... well done you. If I had been shot at, bombed, had family and friends murdered, I wouldn't then march through many friendly countries, I'd stop at the first safe haven.....but hang on, these safe havens don't have reputations for being cash cows.

Now, who said our resources are already overstretched, errrrrrrr........you.
Geez, a post about a simple ferry crossing deal turns into a full debate about EU Membership and immigration.
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P&O ferry to France Dover to Calais from a £1.00

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Its back the "mirror offer" Ferries to France, Dover to Calais from £1 foot passenger, £17 afternoon car return and £20 overnight stay. The fares get progressively more expensive from Sunday reaching…
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sw19church
What price taking a push bike
Sorry see earlier reply, I would say though call P&O and ask them if they can accommodate you and cycle with this offer. Carry on cycling and don't forget the sun block,; I've seen more than one cyclist with sunburn. Great hobby to be involved in.
What price taking a push bike
Sajjidzeeshan
I am seeing 6 bottles of Banrock Station wine, car and up to 9 people for £29.
Wine code at check out
FREEWINE
You can do an day trip deal from £17 all be it with a bottle of wine, depends on how much more those extra bottles are worth
JOHNY1
gordonliverpool
Tried this can't seem to get the £20 overnight deal - never mind.
See earlier comment re telephone booking. It appears they have problems with the website still. I have rung and got a £20 overnight deal leave Monday at about 07:30 and return Tuesday at 1800 ish
Thanks for your help.
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Book a day trip to Calais £29.00 by 24th May and you’ll get 6 bottles of Banrock Station absolutely free @ P&O Ferries

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DAY TRIP WINE OFFER Have an amazing day out and have 6 bottles of Banrock Station wine on us! To take advantage of this great offer, simply book a day trip by 24th May 2016, using discount code FREE…
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I took a day trip a month or so ago to Boulogne Farmers Market, I highly recommend it.

Took an early ferry (7:30am ish) over to Calais followed by a short 25 mins drive along the coast to Boulogne Sur Mer, arriving around 10am French time. Parking in the centre of town in a nice new underground car park was about £3 for the whole day.

There is a farmers market every Saturday which runs until about midday. Amazing fruit, veg, meat, fish, eggs and of course cheese, all locally produced and at great prices. The people were very friendly and welcoming despite my terrible attempts at French.

The town has few high end cheese, chocolate and wine shops if you're after something special but they're expensive, similar or maybe more than London prices (exchange rate doesnt help).

We grabbed a nice lunch in town took a short drive to the massive Auchan hypermarket where we stocked up on cheap wine and more food.

Returned to Dover by about 5.30pm. Amazing and super easy day out.

There's also a beach and aquarium in Boulogne if you want something different to shopping. We'll definitely be going again.
Dickster1
Do we get Duty Free again if we leave the EU?


If we leave the EU you can be guaranteed the UK govt will impose limits on how much booze you can bring in - like they do with every non-EU country.
The advantage of Calais is that tax on wine in France is so low compared to the UK so you can save a fortune during a day trip if you buy in bulk.
Do we get Duty Free again if we leave the EU?
Calais was a lovely town with lots of good shops and restaurants. I haven't stopped in the town in recent years, but as this deal mentions vehicles, it might be best to think of it more as a trip to the shopping centre and hypermarket. A shame for the residents and retailers of Calais town centre, but I can't see there being a lot of demand to 'download our two hour walking tour'.
jasee
I think I'd need to be bribed with more than six bottles of wine to go therehttp://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03317/calais-france-cent_3317122b.jpg
Don't go then, leave all the bargains to me, and plenty of others. I travel through Calais a lot and have personally had no problems. Of course some people will have had 'experiences' but you may as well give up crossing the road because 'something may happen'.
Can be a good day out, lots to see and do. Plus, the bonus of some shopping.

Edited By: compadre on Apr 18, 2016 12:00: Update.
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Day trip to France + 6 Bottles of wine from £29.00pp RETURN @ P&O Ferries

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Not bad at all, day in France (Dover/Calais) Various dates / times to choose from. - Screenshot showing code working and £29 price in 1st post Edit some showing at £25 return (Thanks Kimbo87) Book
goonertillidie Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago44 Comments
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RockyRobin
What's Calais like as a place?!
If you want to do a shopping trip it is quite good. You have Auchan and City Europe where you can find good deals. Dunkirk is not too far away (20 minutes) where you can visit as well. Lille is around an hour away with the Belgium within easy reach.

If you want a day by the sea there is over 20 miles of sandy beach.
Why is this £25PP and not £25PC?

Edited By: uktottys on Feb 22, 2016 13:38: price change
Been waiting for this to pop up again! 8)
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Devro
Is there much to do on a Sunday? I seem to recall the whole of France closing down for Sundays.
Yes, France is closed on a Sunday, except restaurants and small shops it is like the UK 30 years ago

I wish it was like that now.....Sunday to relax or spend with family
https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/france


There are large numbers of illegal migrants in and around Calais, who may seek to enter the UK illegally. Violent incidents have occurred between migrant groups, police and a small number of members of the public. Don’t approach the camps or groups of migrants. There have been incidents of items being thrown at vehicles on the approach to Calais Port from the A16. In those circumstances you should keep moving when safe to do so, or stop and call 112 if it’s not safe to proceed. Keep vehicle doors locked in slow moving traffic and secure your vehicle when it’s left unattended.
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Trip to France via P&O ferries (using special code EXPRESS) £1.00

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I have relied on many posts in the past for trips to France but they have dried up after P&O Ferries changed their site at the beginning of the year. So for a change I thought I would provide a contri…
jpyhyk Avatar6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago19 Comments
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Thanks for including the extra info. At least that gives extra discounts up to Easter.
similar offers in the mail on sunday.

TYPE url into your comp in order to reach right page.

Book this offer from today until 31st January 2016 and travel from 29th December until the 31st March 2016 Excludes: 1-3 Jan, 12-13, 21-22 Feb, 25-28 Mar 2016

HOW TO BOOK

To book online visit poferries.com/mailonsunday






Edited By: seb on Dec 29, 2015 11:22: clarification
Thank you!
alanrp123
Useful for the dogooders and tree huggers who feed and clothe the illegals waiting to be smuggled into UK!!.
Given that this site is for deals and not politics, I still rather dislike your sneering attitude towards what you call 'dogooders'. There is nothing wrong with wanting to do good, whether misguided or not.
Grazz0r
Really good deal (Just the question of how I can get to Dover on the cheap!)
May be one day the French will have a site like this displaying where to get the best deals!
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P&O Ferries - Troon to Larne Ferry £10 Off each way

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No discount code needed. Choose your crossing and you'll automatically get £10 off each way! Travel by 30 September.
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I was just checking the tickets for 1 of December. Noticed if you book the tickets for return on the same day you only have to pay 15+15=£30.
I suppose I can book the tickets and use it for only one way? I can book a return on the separate day later!
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P&O Ferries - Day trip to France - Dover to Calais - Free case of Wine - From £25.00

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DAY TRIP WINE OFFER Have an amazing day out and have 6 bottles of Vive La Vie wine on us! To take advantage of this great offer, simply book a day trip by 15th October, using discount code WINEDT in…
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roy1959
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roy1959
Im off to Bruges via Calais on sat and will post any issues .
How did this go? did you drive from Calais to Bruges? Something ive considered to do. is the drive around an hour?
Just to say had no issues at all ,drove past the jungle and no delays or nothing to report.
Are there any tolls between Calais and Bruges? What's the parking like in Bruges?
daniellndn
roy1959
daniellndn
roy1959
Im off to Bruges via Calais on sat and will post any issues .
How did this go? did you drive from Calais to Bruges? Something ive considered to do. is the drive around an hour?
Just to say had no issues at all ,drove past the jungle and no delays or nothing to report.
Are there any tolls between Calais and Bruges? What's the parking like in Bruges?
I did not see any tolls on my way to bruges,I stayed in hotel just outside and when I went to the city I parked at the railway station which was very good value,couple of quid for the full day,then its a 15 min walk to the centre and all the touristy stuff.
Thanks. May try and do this.
daniellndn
roy1959
daniellndn
roy1959
Im off to Bruges via Calais on sat and will post any issues .
How did this go? did you drive from Calais to Bruges? Something ive considered to do. is the drive around an hour?
Just to say had no issues at all ,drove past the jungle and no delays or nothing to report.
Are there any tolls between Calais and Bruges? What's the parking like in Bruges?

daniellndn
roy1959
daniellndn
roy1959
Im off to Bruges via Calais on sat and will post any issues .
How did this go? did you drive from Calais to Bruges? Something ive considered to do. is the drive around an hour?
Just to say had no issues at all ,drove past the jungle and no delays or nothing to report.
Are there any tolls between Calais and Bruges? What's the parking like in Bruges?


I did not see any tolls on my way to bruges,I stayed in hotel just outside and when I went to the city I parked at the railway station which was very good value,couple of quid for the full day,then its a 15 min walk to the centre and all the touristy stuff.
roy1959
daniellndn
roy1959
Im off to Bruges via Calais on sat and will post any issues .
How did this go? did you drive from Calais to Bruges? Something ive considered to do. is the drive around an hour?
Just to say had no issues at all ,drove past the jungle and no delays or nothing to report.
Are there any tolls between Calais and Bruges? What's the parking like in Bruges?
daniellndn
roy1959
Im off to Bruges via Calais on sat and will post any issues .
How did this go? did you drive from Calais to Bruges? Something ive considered to do. is the drive around an hour?
Just to say had no issues at all ,drove past the jungle and no delays or nothing to report.
Any feedback on this deal?
I'm off on Monday.
Interested to know if there was anywhere to avoid.

Edited By: Laura Palmer on Oct 18, 2015 01:07
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2 for 1 on P&O Minicruises (Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Bruges, Ostend, Ghent & Ypres) from £79.00 Return - P&O

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Nice prices for a minicruise for 2. The price also includes coach transfers to the relevant city. Travel from 1st October 2015 – 23rd March 2016 Midweek MINICRUISES AT MINI PRICES Our 2 for 1 minicr…
BuzzDuraband Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago28 Comments
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jonnithomas
I've been on the one to Denmark and was amazed to see people doing the 'minicruise'. It was bad enough as a car ferry. Really boring with nothing to do if you cannot drink because you are driving. I lived in Europe and travelled back and forth many times a year on Dover, Folkestone, Harwich, Southampton, France, Belgium, Denmark, Spain etc etc.
The only good one was the one which stopped running which had a smorgasbord (Viking/ Sally ?). It's not a minicruise, its a return trip on a passenger ferry.

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Taksim_Red
How long in your destination do you get on the P&O mini cruises? I know Amsterdam is only 5 hours but I've already been there eight times over the years so just going for the craic really. Port hole was only £7. £1.75 each per crossing. Might see some lovely oil rigs!

you get around 7 hours in bruges.
How long in your destination do you get on the P&O mini cruises? I know Amsterdam is only 5 hours but I've already been there eight times over the years so just going for the craic really. Port hole was only £7. £1.75 each per crossing. Might see some lovely oil rigs!
RuudBullit
jonnithomas
I've been on the one to Denmark and was amazed to see people doing the 'minicruise'. It was bad enough as a car ferry. Really boring with nothing to do if you cannot drink because you are driving. I lived in Europe and travelled back and forth many times a year on Dover, Folkestone, Harwich, Southampton, France, Belgium, Denmark, Spain etc etc.
The only good one was the one which stopped running which had a smorgasbord (Viking/ Sally ?). It's not a minicruise, its a return trip on a passenger ferry.
But this deal doesn't include your car. Leave your car at hull, have a couple of relaxing nights on the ferry, decent dinner both nights and a day in bruges. Even after booking dinner, I've just paid £155 for me and the missus just before christmas. You cant really go wrong.
That said, I'm not sure I would do the same for Amsterdam, 5 hours is not even close to being enough. We always fly to Amsterdam and have 3 nights in De Pijp :-)


we will have to agree to disagree.

you need your car when you arrive back in the UK so one journey is alcohol free. If you don't take your car then you are also restricted on how much you can carry. also as you say nowhere near enough time at the other end. I guess I'm not a day tripper type of person.... these 'minicruise' are simply an extended daytrip on a ferry with nothing to do. as for booking one with a porthole... wow, it's not the Caribbean or even the med, total waste of money.
jonnithomas
I've been on the one to Denmark and was amazed to see people doing the 'minicruise'. It was bad enough as a car ferry. Really boring with nothing to do if you cannot drink because you are driving. I lived in Europe and travelled back and forth many times a year on Dover, Folkestone, Harwich, Southampton, France, Belgium, Denmark, Spain etc etc.
The only good one was the one which stopped running which had a smorgasbord (Viking/ Sally ?). It's not a minicruise, its a return trip on a passenger ferry.

But this deal doesn't include your car. Leave your car at hull, have a couple of relaxing nights on the ferry, decent dinner both nights and a day in bruges. Even after booking dinner, I've just paid £155 for me and the missus just before christmas. You cant really go wrong.
That said, I'm not sure I would do the same for Amsterdam, 5 hours is not even close to being enough. We always fly to Amsterdam and have 3 nights in De Pijp :-)
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P&O ferries 3 & 5 day offers from £57.00 return

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P&O ferries have an offer on for 3 and 5 day return trips for a car and up to 9 people from Dover to Calais, they do it every quarter I believe. 3 day return is £57 by entering SS3DY and 5 day is £67
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Hi thank you for this :-), was wondering do you know if there are any deals from Hull? Thanks :-)
Flora82
Same, I tried a quote for a car crossing from Liverpool to Dublin and had no luck. I really want to take a van, do you know if there is a deal for this? - a link for more info would be brilliant.
The link should take you straight to the dover-calais crossing, I should have put in title its that route only. My apologies and have updated the description :(

Edited By: wingnino on Aug 28, 2015 13:39
n64play
can you get more information on the promo? i just tried to make a booking and it said "the promotion could not be applied due to restrictions".
Sorry I should have posted dover-calais route only :( mybad
aym280
You have to pay me to go from Dover to Calais with all the brouhaha going on!
Nothing happened on my journeys on 7th august or 23rd august
You have to pay me to go from Dover to Calais with all the brouhaha going on!
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Great value crossings Dover - Calais with Majestic and P&O – return from £19.00 (using voucher code)

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Great value Majestic and P&O partnership – Day trip from £19, Overnight Stay from £23. Use promotional code 'MAJESTIC' when booking your ferry online. Travel Exemptions: Friday - Sunday departures 17/…
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Used it today, turned up early and got let on an earlier ferry which was good as they seem a bit delayed these days. No problems getting into Dover but glad I allowed an hour before departure when coming back. Driving toward the port of Calais is like an inside-out prison with endless fencing and barbed wire. Passport control took about 40 mins to clear with long queues of cars and ferry delayed about 15 mins.
mike777
Booked using the go to deal. They have sent me an email with no mention of the wine offer. I'll have to try and sort it out over the phone.
So not voting either way yet, thank you for the deal though.


Managed to sort it out With a free bottle of wine. Thanks heated.
Booked using the go to deal. They have sent me an email with no mention of the wine offer. I'll have to try and sort it out over the phone.
So not voting either way yet, thank you for the deal though.
Anyone manage to get the overnight stay booking to work with the promo code?
How bad is it boarding the ferries at Calais with the refuge camps? All I've seen on the news does put me off.
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P & O Ferries day trip to France £24.00 + 6 bottles of wine free

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P & O Ferries have extended their offer for day trips to France book by 30th April travel by 10th May £24 Sun-Fri £29 Sat. includes 6 bottles of vive la vie wine. Good shopping to be had with the euro…
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Cheapest I can find using code MD1 is £28.50 departing Calais at midday
CODE MD1 STILL VALID BUT MUST BOOK 2 DAYS BEFORE
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Check in closes 30mins before your sailing time, but I recommend getting there with plenty of time to spare. Before you reach check in you'll hit the new traffic restrictions they are introducing around dover and then customs/immigration checks. Get there early as there's a coffee shop in the terminal to wait in relative comfort. rule of P&O don't be too early and never be late. Hope this helps :-) [ex-P&O employee]
What time do you have to be there for i.e if the ferry left at 10am?
We used this deal on a Saturday for £29 - We had 5 Adults and 2 children in our car. . we got our 6 bottles of FREE wine with a price receipt of £28.74, which meant we paid 26p there and back. Would defo recommend this bargain! What a result!
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P&O - Dover to Calais Day Return - From £24.00 - Free 6 Bottles of Wine

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To take advantage of this great offer, simply book a day trip by 24th March, using discount code DIRECTDT in the fare finder on the left, for travel between 11th January and 25th March. Your voucher w…
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Sorry returning the same day
chojin
If you travel on the 20th and for the basic ticket for 2 people and a standard car it came up as £12 :)

returning when?
DevilzGtr
gautamvt
Any suggestions for nearby places to visit please. This would be my first visit to Calais. thanks OP
Reference from http://www.calais-guide.co.uk/driving-in-france.html
Arras: 1 hour 10 mins
Boulogne: 22 minutes
Cambrai: 1 hour 35 minutes
Douai: 1 hour 20 minutes
Dunkerque: 30 minutes
Le Touquet: 40 minutes
Lille: 1 hour 20 minutes
St Omer: 35 minutes

Thanks DevilzGtr :)
:p wish if they had a deal during Aug
I go across about 8 times a year. Auchen is a good supermarket to shop at,down towards Sangatte,lots of bargain wines & meat is cheaper there than here in England. Vegetables are much more varied than England & better quality,you will see seafood not found in English supermarkets.I normally buy some pate,bread & go to any of the beaches which are all nice & sandy. Should it be windy go to the Napoleonic castle & shelter behind the walls,free parking.There are some good restaurants in Sangatte also. Should you be up for exploring go down to LeTouque or Montreuil where some of LeMisarables was filmed. I have always found time for a couple of hours shopping & remember the fuel is cheaper there. Should you give it a blast on the motorway(toll free)you can make Bruges in Belgium in a couple of hours.Hope i've given you a few ideas,have a super time.
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P&O 2for 1 Minicruise Hull to Rotterdam / Zeebrugge until End of March

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P&O have extended the 2 for 1 deal until end of march although it has not been mentioned officially on the site. To get the prices, on the home page select Hull to your chosen destination (Zeebrugge /…
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I've been to hell and back.............but it was spelt hull
Yes just go to the home page put your date in, then on the quote page it gives you the option for vehicle.
Can you take a vehicle on this ferry, and still do this deal?
The site doesn't seem to work. When I click on Book Now button, it doesn't do anything, brings me back to the same page.
Cheap and cheerful one of my favourite breaks away. Would recommend to anyone.
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P&O Dover / Calais Return for £1.00 Foot Passenger or £15 Day Trip / £19 Overnight

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Used this recently as who could pass up on a cheap trip to stock up on the finer things in life. FROM £1 - Travel as a foot passenger from Dover to Calais from just £1 Sunday to Tuesday and £8 from…
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Looks like they've had a new site built and old codes aren't working anymore. Sorry guys!
No still not working MD1
The code that worked for me was MD1. That worked on tuesday, but it would not work on a Thursday.
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any codes or offers for Dover to Calais
Just to let everyone know the hypermarkets are open on Sundays for the next 3 weeks. Christmas gifts are on sale now. Look at Auchan catalogue on line for offers on booze etc.
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P&O Ferries: Dover to Calais - A car with up to 9 Passengers & 6 Bottles of Wine from £25.00 Return

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I took advantage of this deal earlier in the year and was very impressed. Prices start at £25 and I have looked at a few dates and can confirm that weekend crossings are £29.00, while weekday crossing…
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Good find!
For those that don't want the wine - the DM / MoS returns are still valid at £17 day return or £19 overnight.

http://www.poferries.com/tourist/content/pages/_reader_offers_dailymail.html
leelee6781
A car with 9 passengers ? is it a Honda or Madam you drive? Are you from Bolton or Bradford ?


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Jumpingphil
Why would you want to take 6 bottles of wine for a trip across the channel and back? oO

I find it helps keep the kids quiet!
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Jumpingphil
Why would you want to take 6 bottles of wine for a trip across the channel and back? oO

I find it helps keep the kids quiet!
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P&O Ferries Minicruise From Hull 2 for 1

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Two for one deal is back on at P&O from Hull to Rotterdam or Zeebrugge. From 1st October until end of December. NB not mentioned on there web site yet but goes through at 2 for 1 prices!
Bigwheeler Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago31 Comments
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To the 'clever' comments on Hull. I travel very widely and believe me I have been to many places around Manchester and Liverpool which is far far far worse, Hull has two excellent shopping centres, one especially on the railway station with lovely architecture and top brands, two theatres, very good restaurants, several museums, a well rated university, and a good looking Victorian square...perhaps come and see for yourself before knocking it. As for the two for one, hope to do it in January for my birthday, it's a great deal.
hi i have tried everything to book online p n o 24 1 to no price near for bogof offers yours sincerley andrea
booked one, thanks OP
metchy89
People saying hull is a nice visit.

It's thee worst place in the country.

You all obviously have really bad taste if you like hull for a weekend haha

Very constructive comment you saddo
People saying hull is a nice visit.

It's thee worst place in the country.

You all obviously have really bad taste if you like hull for a weekend haha
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France for £1.00 return Dover to Calais @ P&O

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France for a £1 return anyone? Fancy gong this Sunday (other dates available)
Chanchi32 Avatar2y, 1d agoFound 2 years, 1 day ago35 Comments
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That was then, this is now. £54:(
yozzas
the only problem i have with this deal is it is full of cheese eating surrender monkey French people so i think ill have to pass .

I reckon I'd take "the French" over people with your mindset, mate.
yozzas
the only problem i have with this deal is it is full of cheese eating surrender monkey French people so i think ill have to pass .

Your loss, mate.
I guess you're one of those wallies who make silly remarks without ever visiting a country and getting to know the people.
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tony678
How much with car?

i guess how ever much it says when you got to p&o's site and get a quote,

sites call hotukdeals, not im lazy do it for me deals
How much with car?
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P&O Ferries, Dover - Calais 3 or 5 Day Return from £38.00

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P&O Ferries have a short trip offer. 3 Day Return from £38 and 5 Day from £44 for a Car + 9 People I just booked for this weekend Dover - Calais return for £38 3 Day Code: q1-3day 5 Day Code: q1-5da…
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Don't forget to use cash back!
This is always around this price we paid 39 quid return other week
Does anyone know a good deal for hull - rotterdam?

Thx
Any day return codes?
Heat for the Deal but Cold for them putting their prices up between 23 May and 1 June
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Dover to Calais return day trip for car and upto 9 passengers + 6 free bottles bottles of wine + 8% possible cashback £23.00 @ P&O

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Enjoy a spring day trip from Dover to Calais with a car and up to 9 passengers for £23 return. Plus get 6 bottles of wine for FREE when you travel Sunday - Friday. Or you can travel on a Saturday for
Chanchi32 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago34 Comments
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used this deal on Thursday, bargain, wine is le piat d'or :)
damo1972
Just out of interest what car has nine seats?

The one in the picture silly.
I have stayed over many times in both calais and dieppe, all i have done is gone to terminal next day and bought a ticket , i have never had a problem and never paid a supplement , although sometimes it is cheaper to buy a return ticket in france than a single one , just ask for both prices
PhilTop
Doesn't sound too promising "may charge a supplement" once they have your card details on file. Think I will give it a miss and stick with my original plan of using the euro tunnel
If you try to back with the same company after a couple of days (not as a 1 day trip round) there is a chance that they are going to charge you. Choose different ferry.
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kkwiatkowski
"Monday 9th May 2014"???

Is it just me or 9th May 2014 is Friday not Monday?.... ;/

corrected the OP, thanks
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France for £1.00 return Dover to Calais @ P&O

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Take a day trip from Dover to Calais for just £1 with P&O Ferries Enjoy a great day out in France with the family sailing from Dover to Calais. Fares start from just £1 per person for foot passengers…
Chanchi32 Avatar2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago19 Comments
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SilentBobF
I tried this and it just ends up on a blank screen, has this thing ended?

Works for me on chrome, try going through Daily Mail page http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/prmts/article-2596129/Sail-France-1-Mail.html

If that fails, try a different browser
I tried this and it just ends up on a blank screen, has this thing ended?
It says you'll be charged a supplement if you don't return. Doesn't say what this supplement is
How much do you get charged if you don't return?
Heat added - superb