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London to Calais via Train/Ferry Return - £39.80 @ SouthEastern Trains

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Thought this may be of interest to some for a nice day out. From London Stations, simply go to the booking office and ask for a Calais Day Tripper. Ticket includes: Return travel from London to…
powerful_Rogue Avatar6m, 4w agoFound 6 months, 4 weeks ago1 Comment
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Great deal- voted hot......and you can make comments debasing human beings as well.
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25% off many standard Off-Peak train tickets at SouthEastern when booking online

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Southeast Railways seem to be doing an offer on off peak tickets when booked through their website. Get 25% off most off peak tickets. I have booked 2 tickets for next week and my normal price is £…
bigjeremy Avatar2y, 1w agoFound 2 years, 1 week ago2 Comments
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is the discount applied on checkout only? or is there any code to be applied? i cant see any reduction applied when i select
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London to Broadstairs, Ramsgate, Rochester, Whitstable or Hastings off-peak day return £10.00 @ southeastern

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- £10 price. - Adult Day Return only and journeys cannot be broken. - No railcard discounts. - For travel weekdays after 0900 and anytime on weekends. - Online purchase only from Southeastern webs…
clueberry Avatar2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago12 Comments
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Excellant, thanks have booked
barnehurst
Shame Canterbury not included
Why not get off at Whitstable and get the bus to Canterbury! It's only up the road...
barnehurst
Shame Canterbury not included


Just use the Ramsgate service and get off a few stops early :)
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I guess you could use it the other way around because it won't be for specifically timed trains as it's just a day return ticket. You could legitimately use the return ticket for the outward journey...no travelcard though.

You can't legitimately use a return ticket in the reverse order, it's against the National Rail terms and conditions.
You might be able to get away with it, but if you're caught you could be treated as though you have no ticket.

From National Rail Conditions of Carriage:

17. Using a return ticket
A return ticket (including a two-part return ticket) is only valid for the outward journey shown on that ticket if the ticket is completely unused. You may not use the outward part of a return ticket after you have used the return part.

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samsmifff
I guess you could use it the other way around because it won't be for specifically timed trains as it's just a day return ticket. You could legitimately use the return ticket for the outward journey...no travelcard though.

You can't legitimately use a return ticket in the reverse order, it's against the National Rail terms and conditions.
You might be able to get away with it, but if you're caught you could be treated as though you have no ticket.

From National Rail Conditions of Carriage:

17. Using a return ticket
A return ticket (including a two-part return ticket) is only valid for the outward journey shown on that ticket if the ticket is completely unused. You may not use the outward part of a return ticket after you have used the return part.
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Southeastern Trains 25% Online Discount (travel until 24/12)

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'Festive fun'. Discount on Southeastern mainline and high speed journeys. Travel between 16 November to 24 December 2013 inclusive. 25% off Southeastern tickets: - Off-Peak Day Return - Off…
Mucus69 Avatar3y, 2w agoFound 3 years, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Great! Thanks for this :)
Good to know, heat added.
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25% of Off peak travel when booked via southeastern railways

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From Saturday 17th November - Monday 24th December you can get 25% OFF many standard off-peak mainline and high speed tickets when you buy online. Christmas presentsYou can save 25% on the foll…
bigjeremy Avatar4y, 1w agoFound 4 years, 1 week agoAdd Comment
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Southeastern Trains – Between an 11-67% discount on certain HighSpeed services - Prices from £12

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I have used this deal on Southeastern services for the past few years and it has worked every time. It has the potential to save money and also a lot of time, particularly for those in the depths of S…
FASNightmare Avatar4y, 4w agoFound 4 years, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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Seems like a great way to get cheap travel....Does the ticket also include specific travel between St.Pancras & Euston (to get your 'connection')? Or maybe a rail card?
Lot of heat added just for the nergy and the amout of work you did inject in.Thanks
A lot of hard work went into this post so have some heat. This should save some people loads of dosh if they use HS1.
Heat for the amount of work you put into it! Does seem like a good deal for a jaunt out if you plan a bit.
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Southeastern Trains Also Kid for a Quid £1.00

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Terms and Conditions: Description This ticket is a promotion specific to Southeastern and is a permanent fare on the Southeastern network only. Up to 4 kids travel for £1 when accompanied by an ad…
bowyert1 Avatar4y, 2m agoFound 4 years, 2 months ago2 Comments
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Kid for a quid ? Quick, dig up Jimmy Saville..........
good deal
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Get 25% off many standard off-peak mainline and high speed tickets when you buy online @ Southeastern Railway

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You can save 25% on the following tickets: Off-Peak Day Single; Off-Peak Day Return; Off-Peak Open Return; Super Off-Peak Single; Super Off-Peak Return. You can buy the discounted off-peak tickets for…
missgem Avatar4y, 8m agoFound 4 years, 8 months agoAdd Comment
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London to calais daytrip return via rail and ferry for £33.90 or £22.35 with railcard.

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If people dont fancy driving down to calais, you can now get train from any london southern eastern railway stations to dover priory and then get the ferry to calais.(p and o ferry is included in the
frenchdevil10 Avatar5y, 1w agoFound 5 years, 1 week ago74 Comments
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Good deal. There are some nice restaurants in Calais and you can get the bus from the terminal into town.
Yep, just ask for london to calais that includes the ferry and you're golden. You'll just need to work out how to get from dover priory station to the docks and from calais docks into town (there are bus services, but not included in ticket price)

A side note: Ferries are so slow >_>

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Oh and be sure to go to 'reception' or 'signing in' at the docks as they need to validate your train card and have to give you special P&O tickets, otherwise you wont be getting on any ferry. You need to do this before you depart at both docks. (Signing in is 45 mins before scheduled departure) Also, if you're going for shopping, the buses in Calais are rubbish, and taxis are cheap compared to UK taxis...


Edited By: juangarcia on Nov 28, 2011 11:23
Guys just to clarify? If i go to Victoria station in London tommorow, all i need to ask for is a return trip from Kings cross to Calais? Which will also allow me to hop on to the ferry at Dover priory?
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powerful_Rogue
I dont think any of the replies have been snotty.

People point out that you need a passport, then some people come on giving wrong information saying that you dont, or that you can travel on a driving licence.

Schengen agreement dosent apply to the UK, so yes, you DO need a passport when entering the UK. Chances are you wont be let out of the UK without a passport.
Rubbish, there were several snotty idiot replies, including yours, which you are attempting to obscure by referring to somebody else's misinformation as the reason for your superior, insulting tone in your answer to the question.

I know the Schengen agreement doesn't apply to the UK, my point was the question wasn't stupid in the context of an educated person being aware of confusing exceptions and European integrationist accords, but thanks for condescending to me as well.
Some people are just not worth arguing with.
And yet here you are...

powerful_Rogue
My reply to you or anyone else was not condesending.

Um...

powerful_Rogue
Seriously people, your leaving the UK and entering a new country. You "Passing" the "Port". Of course you need your passport!

Pretty condescending I'd say.

powerful_Rogue
Schengen agreement dosent apply to the UK, so yes, you DO need a passport when entering the UK.

Why are you explaining stuff to me I already know? Condescending, by any chance?

powerful_Rogue
I hate people that post inaccurate information, espeically after people have already given a correct answer.
I share your distaste for online ignorance and misinformation, though I also find people who ridicule others without provocation at least as annoying.

powerful_Rogue
At least two people stated you dont need a passport to travel to France, despite there being posts prior stating that you do.
I don't have a problem with you or anyone else slating people who post misinformation, I do it often.

What I called you and others on is the ridiculing of the original questioner and question, as it is a perfectly valid one.


If thats what makes you happy. :{

I disagree with what you have said and just think you have interpreted things wrong. Anyway, its getting boring now. I think the points been covered more then enough in this thread.
If you do this, how much time do you get to spend in Calais? And what could you do once you get to Calais station?
is this just a case of go to a supermarket and stagger out with as much cheap wine as you can physically carry back to the train - and I doubt that a person could carry more than 12 bottles for any great distance, so you'd have to save > £33 on that lot to make it worth the cost - unless as I asked, there's more to do once you get there.
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£10 - Warwick / £20 - Leeds / £22 - Newcastle & Other Cheap Return Train Tickets To or From London @ South Eastern Trains

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Cheap fares from Southeastern railways website, sold on behalf of other operators. Many tickets well below half of usual cost! + no booking fee and free 1st class postage
sten Avatar5y, 3m agoFound 5 years, 3 months ago4 Comments
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£10 return to warwick on 26/09/11!!

http://i51.tinypic.com/14wbrld.png

Trains are the biggest money burner there is, how is this not hot? :D



Edited By: sten on Sep 06, 2011 18:29
Actually, Einstein, if you visit the link you'll notice they provide the full list of destinations! Here is proof of £20 leeds return on 6/09/11. All train operators I know of sell tickets on behalf of other providers, and most even use the same template (and probably same database) for their booking site.

http://i53.tinypic.com/10wvces.png

Edited By: sten on Aug 31, 2011 21:56: img
Yea Kent/ Sussex/ London + HS1
I think you're getting confused. Southeastern railways, as the name suggests, operate trains in the south east of England. They don't go to Leeds, Newcastle or anywhere in the North!
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Kids travel for a quid/4 adults for the price of 2/ 2 for 1 attraction offers @ South Eastern Trains

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The 4 for the price of 2 and kids for a quid is for off peak travel. looks like u could conjure up quite a good day away with these offers. loads of ideas on website for those travelling from sout…
magicbeans Avatar7y, 1m agoFound 7 years, 1 month agoAdd Comment
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Free Travel to Eurostar stations if you live in South Eastern trains area

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This is not generally known but If you have a Eurostar journey booked either departing or arriving from Ashford International station or Ebbsfleet International station you will be able to travel free…
howardevansgb Avatar7y, 6m agoFound 7 years, 6 months ago3 Comments
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It's true. If you get a Eurostar ticket to Brussels, you can change trains there and get to just outside Luxembourg. You just have to pay for the one extra stop which is <£10. Luxembourg is well worth a visit.
Great tip cheers
you can also travel to St Pancas. A recent ticket also allowed travel anywhere in Belgium so long as you don't use the high speed ICE or Thalys trains on the same day as eurostar travel.
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