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Up to 25% off sailings between Ireland and Britain with Stenaline.

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Thought this was an amazing deal: "Grab yourself a full on spring break, summer holiday or autumn escape for 25% less. What’s the deal? 25% off all motorist bookings Valid on our Hol…
kazza242 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago1 Comment
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Expired. Went to /setsale part of website and it said so.
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£1.00 single ferry tickets Holyhead - Dublin, Cairnryan - Belfast, Fishguard- Rosslare @ Stena line

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A lot of the more convenient times have gone but I managed to get some ok times in December 2016. Today is your lucky day as we have an amazing offer too good to miss! Leave the car at home and
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Great deal thanks!
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Heat added, I just bagged a week away for family for £8 in October 2016 half term.
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20% off Stena Line sailings - ends 05/02/2016

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Received an email through from Stena Line yesterday stating the following: Hi Customer, Hurry, our exclusive 20% off* any Economy, Flexi or Premium motorist fare throughout 2016 must end tomorro…
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I received an email from them on 27/1/16 saying
Dear Customer,
Offer now extended to 29 February!
Why not beat the winter blues and save a massive 20% off all Belfast to Cairnryan and Liverpool motorist fares? Get booking and have something special to look forward to: a Valentine's break with that certain someone, a relaxing Easter getaway, or why not plan your summer holiday?
Whichever you choose, you can now book right up until 29 February
so, it seems it depends on which route you use, when discount ends.
Yes, I received this also but must admit I forgot all about it yesterday when posting. There is probably a different discount code behind it.
Wouldn't be a big fan of boats, usually full of those with no fixed abode
I received an email from them on 27/1/16 saying

Dear Customer,

Offer now extended to 29 February!

Why not beat the winter blues and save a massive 20% off all Belfast to Cairnryan and Liverpool motorist fares? Get booking and have something special to look forward to: a Valentine's break with that certain someone, a relaxing Easter getaway, or why not plan your summer holiday?

Whichever you choose, you can now book right up until 29 February

so, it seems it depends on which route you use, when discount ends.

Edited By: butterflymum on Feb 04, 2016 23:21
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Stena Line - JANUARY SALE TO HOLLAND £175.00

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Just booked a trip in April, seems like a good price for a family of 4 [2 adults + 2 Children ~ £175]. Even though the ferry travel takes long time, the kids enjoyed it last time and there are few th…
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Day trip to Dublin (Ferry from Holyhead for foot passengers) - €12.00/£8.75 person return Tuesdays-Thursday - Stena

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Using the Irish Stena Line Website the day trips from Holyhead to Dublin is £8.75 until 1st November 2015 when booking on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. This is for foot passengers only.
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mash8
Great if you want a day in holyhead, no good otherwise.
If u want a day in Dublin rather? I'm sure many would!!
I suggest you read their website....you arrive at 17:05, a great day out in Dublin!
mash8
Great if you want a day in holyhead, no good otherwise.



If u want a day in Dublin rather? I'm sure many would!!
Great if you want a day in holyhead, no good otherwise.
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December foot travel trip to ireland for a fiver! @ Stena £5.00

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just came across this - n december, travel from holyhead - dublin on tuesday - thursday and its a fiver return each. didnt appear to be any catch. £5 is for TUESDAYS only. £10 for rest of the w…
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Thanks OP - got the day trip from Belfast to Glasgow for £10 on 9th December.
2 tickets for hubby & myself £20. (Heat).
Take this from somebody who has been there and done this ...

It was a lesson well learnt after we ended up having to eat all our meals on the ferry!!

You're the first on the ferry, they load the cargo areas after passengers ... You're the last off the ferry at Ireland. You're like sardines and it's a very slow system we paid 25 euros for the coach to Dublin to spend around an hour there then the same again back to the ferry as you have to be back on it again before you know it!

Maybe worth trying to combine with hotel and buying two!
Arrive @ 17:05, depart 20:30...
Hardly a shopping trip - you've probably got about an hour in Dublin after you're done mucking about with boarding, departures & taxis.

Might be worth getting 2 return tickets for £15 though :)
Nip over to reacquaint yourself with Huey & Ralph
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DAY TRIP TO BELFAST WITH STENA LINE from £10.00 departs from Cairnryan in Scotland

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TAKE A DAY TRIP TO THE COSMOPOLITAN CITY OF BELFAST TO EXPERIENCE THE WONDERFUL HOSPITALITY, THE SHOPPING AND THE MANY MUSEUMS AND ATTRACTIONS FROM ONLY £10 PER PERSON. NOW INCLUDES FREE BELFAST METRO…
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benjammin316
From one terrible place to another!


And where might you be from you absolute tool?

you are right he is a tool he forgot to mention the racist d*ckheads found in abundance in Belfast !
benjammin316
From one terrible place to another!
lol
Had an all expenses paid tour here in 1987 and have thought of going back over many times to see how things have changed since those days.

Didn't get much sleep, accomodation (where provided) was very basic and for some reason, we had to wear green most of the time..saw a lot of sights that your wouldn't ordinarily see... :{

Most of the locals were friendly enough... :D
Just moved away from near Cairnryan and in the 7-8 years I was there this is the best deal I've seen. Well worth seeing some of the sights around the area as in my opinion it is one of the most picturesque places in the UK.
Donkii
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Donkii
callum9999
While Northern Ireland itself was beautiful (particularly the North/East coast around the Giants Causeway), I found Belfast to be incredibly dull. I ended up cancelling my stay there after just one night and spent the rest of the time up at the Giants Causeway.

Though I was there in Summer so didn't see the Christmas market, I don't eat out in restaurants and to me a decent bar is a decent bar (i.e. the nightlife in any major city is good enough) so if people are more into those things then I'm sure it will be fun!

There is quite a lot of stuff now, there is the old jail and the Titanic centre 3 theatres and a good few museums. When were you over?

This summer! I did see a good museum about The Troubles, and looking it up the old jail looks pretty good. I guess I just had overly high expectations having visited Edinburgh the previous week.

I guess its personal preference in what one looks for in a city break, I live about 30mins from the north coast and 4omins from Belfast so have the best of it both :D.

Very true. I think I should clarify that it was dull to me and not an accusation that the whole city is completely dull. As I said, the North coast was stunning though, so hopefully I can come back and also give Belfast another go!

Edited By: callum9999 on Oct 29, 2014 00:29
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Day trip to Dublin (Ferry from Holyhead for foot passengers) - £5.00/person return Tuesdays - £10/person return Sun-Thurs - Stena

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This is a proper day trip (not the usual discount "cruise"!) and seems to be available all summer - including during school hols. It's the cheapest I've seen it. The small print is:- Depart 10.…
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That's what I was getting at earlier - technically you could just drop people off outside the ferry terminal. They get on as foot passengers, you drive the car on.
wonkothesane
Not really, as the price is usually per vehicle, not per person.
Not quite, the price is for vehicle and driver, any additional passengers travelling in the vehicle are charged extra - in the case of tomorrow's sailing from Holyhead to Dún Laoghaire, £30 per adult passenger.
Cool - i'll spread the word!
TheKingSixtyTwentyFour
Also, is there anything to stop people exploiting this offer? For instance, a family of five could book a single car and driver in, and get four of these tickets for a one way trip on a Tuesday, which would (most likely) work out a damn sight cheaper than booking a carload of five?

Not really, as the price is usually per vehicle, not per person.
Also, is there anything to stop people exploiting this offer? For instance, a family of five could book a single car and driver in, and get four of these tickets for a one way trip on a Tuesday, which would (most likely) work out a damn sight cheaper than booking a carload of five?
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SAIL FROM HOLYHEAD TO DUN LAOGHAIRE AND CRUISE ACROSS THE IRISH SEA! £5.00 with STENALINE

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TREAT YOURSELF TO A RELAXING NON-LANDING CRUISE ONBOARD THE STENA HSS FASTCRAFT SAILING FROM HOLYHEAD TO DUN LAOGHAIRE, FROM ONLY £5PP RETURN FOR TRAVEL BY FOOT. Sail from Holyhead at 10:30hrs and ar…
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Oh - and you can't get "duty free" on the ferry to Dublin !
Having used these "fast" ferries over the yeas they have at times been plagued with trouble and sometimes they pull the sailing if the sea does get rough - Say you ha arrived at Dublin - would you have to disembark and wait around until you got the return on the big ferry (which usually sail in all weather ?)
Check the weather first, if its fine go for it. A cheap day on the sea, fresh air and if you go with a few friends a grand day out with the added bonus of casting your eyes longingly on Gods second home. (First home is Yorkshire obviously). voted hot.
jools2001
I get a "Similar deal" most weeks watching Plymouth Argyle games

I pay £21 to enter the ground,
watch crap football game
pay expensive beer prices and food prices
then leave the ground!

Brilliant deal for die hard footie fans, who don't like travelling on ferries!

Think you have it bad? I am a Torquay supporter/season ticket holder!
deasyb
robsprocket
"This is the ideal opportunity for anyone who hasn't been to Ireland yet to visit on the cheap."
"Passengers are not permitted to disembark the ferry in Dun Laoghaire"

How is this a visit if you're not allowed off the boat?

Admittedly I missed that bit of the Ts&Cs. I had been looking at the Ireland to Britain version and only posted the opposite since this is a UK site. Going the opposite way you must disembark at Holyhead.

http://www.stenaline.ie/ferries-to-britain/day-trips/dublin-holyhead-5-euro

Still, it's good for anyone wanting a booze cruise or OAPs to get them out of the house.

There's your deal OP, Holyhead to Dublin £9 return anytime in the next few months not the same day ;)

Two tickets, One Day return from Holyhead £5, One day return from Dublin 5 euro. Walk off the ferry in Dublin, use your other ticket for the trip back, even Ryanair can't beat those prices (_;)



Edited By: kiwikeen on Jun 26, 2014 21:43: .
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Kids Fun Cruises @ Stena Line £15.00pp (Family of Four offer £45) - Weekends and Summer Holidays - What’s included: Travel, Entertainment, Magic, face painting, balloon art etc Meal (on some) from Belfast

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i think this looks like a fantastic day out with the kids and relatively cheap especially for the ones that include meals!!! I have checked and there is availability for summer holidays too !!! Ki…
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Brilliant!
something from belfast YAY thanks a million
I did the superhero cruise with my son and his chums for his birthday last summer. All day inc food for £15 per person, kids had loads to do while I sat relaxing with a coffee. Worked out cheaper than 2 hours in the local indoor play. Great day out, highly recommended! Well spotted Stacy. Now if you could find a cheap beach hol flying from Belfast in July I'd be even more impressed x
Does any other company do this, looks amazing just a shame its only Belfast but looks fab!
They ran from cairnryan to belfast last year as I took my 2 sons and daughter, so they must take it year about, it is a good day and there is lots going on x
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Day Trips to Glasgow from Belfast £10.00pp includes Ferry and Transfers, Every Wednesday in May & June @ Stena Line (£10 for Adults & Children, under 4's Free)

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Wednesday Day Trip to Glasgow A great value day trip deal available on Wednesdays to 25 June. Visit Glasgow - a city bursting at the seams with things to do! Prices Prices: Adult £10 Child (…
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Did any one go yet on this?
ryan7
Hot.
Anything going in the opposite direction?

Was thinking this too
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lounlee
Hi are you a travel agent? Im looking to book a holiday today, all inclusive for 5 adults leaving 19th sep 2014 coming back 22nd sep can you help at all? leaving from manchester or liverpool?

lol the OP is not a travel agent she is an enthusiast!
Hi are you a travel agent? Im looking to book a holiday today, all inclusive for 5 adults leaving 19th sep 2014 coming back 22nd sep can you help at all? leaving from manchester or liverpool?
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Anything going in the opposite direction?
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2 for 1 stena line Harwich to Holland (Foot passenger)

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Leave the dreary weather behind and travel to Holland by foot this Spring with our great value buy one get one free offer. This superb offer applies for every adult foot passenger ticket purchased, a
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Stena Line Day trip to Belfast from Cairnryan for £5.00 each!

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Children 0-3 are free and 4+ are also £5 each on foot. not available on sunday's. good deal for a nice experience! treat yourself to a guiness while your there! options to upgrade to the loung…
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Yeah that's fair enough! Lol
emma1487
your ment to BELFAST from cairnryan, theres loads to do in belfast!!

haha, yeah I just realised that. I am in Belfast though. I wouldn't bother :)
emma1487
the price gets discounted at the 4th part of the booking stage."Take a day trip to Belfast from Cairnryan on our 0730 or 1130 sailing and enjoy a great discount.Please note! The correct, discounted fare will appear at stage 4 of the booking dialogue."
ok. cheers:)
your ment to BELFAST from cairnryan, theres loads to do in belfast!!
Unfortunately Cairnryan is in the middle of nowhere and there is not a lot to do if you are on foot. Maybe an exciting taxi ride into Stranraer to visit the Asda.
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20% off your next trip to Ireland with Stena Line & 5% TCB/Quidco

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Book by 18 October and see your fare fall by 20%... Enjoy 20% off car travel from Cairnryan or Liverpool to Belfast until 31 January 2014. All you have to do is book your trip by 18 O…
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I can't understand how the competition commission did not find against StenaLine following their merger with DFDS and the cancellation of the Fleetwood to Northern Ireland route. Stinks
fanmore
Although a 20% discount is to be welcomed Ferry crossings to Ireland are a rip off. Flights to Ireland can be had for £15.00 one way. Car hire from £10.00 per day and no heavy fuel costs getting to/from port. Example 2 people for 4 days around £100.00. Try booking the Ferry for less than £150.00 even with this offer. I'm not convinced that there is any competition between the ferry operators that sail between UK and Ireland. If you have to load up the car with luggage then thats tough but compare the fares charged for ferry crossings to other parts of Europe.

You are completely right, it's a cartel on the Irish sea routes and should be nowhere near as expensive as it currently is. Best price I've ever managed to get a return for 2 was £199. 20% off is a decent deal for myself as I want to take the dogs on this occasion so flights/car hire is a non starter. I flew with Ryanair to Ireland last weekend for £30 return so flights do generally work out better.
Although a 20% discount is to be welcomed Ferry crossings to Ireland are a rip off. Flights to Ireland can be had for £15.00 one way. Car hire from £10.00 per day and no heavy fuel costs getting to/from port. Example 2 people for 4 days around £100.00. Try booking the Ferry for less than £150.00 even with this offer. I'm not convinced that there is any competition between the ferry operators that sail between UK and Ireland. If you have to load up the car with luggage then thats tough but compare the fares charged for ferry crossings to other parts of Europe.
Seems a good deal. Voted hot. Thanks.

Edited By: mclgannm on Oct 16, 2013 13:25: typo
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Ireland £5.00 return (Foot passenger Day Cruise) Stenaline Holyhead - Dublin & Fishguard - Rosslare

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Ireland £5 return (Day Cruise) Stenaline Holyhead - Dublin & Fishguard - Rosslare sail to either Dublin or Wexford (Rosslare). Update: Holyhead to Dun laoghaire is now also £5 return Belfas…
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Sorry - I can't hear you "Doctor" - your horse is too high. I hope your balance is good as it's quite a feat staying up there with your fingers in your ears! :D
pibpob
you're encouraging them to get off the boat without paying for the privilege.

No I am not, and you should be far more careful about throwing around unsubstantiated accusations.

I have read your previous comments and it is clear that You are a Troll. You are unwelcome on my deals, I have marked your future messages to ignore. Enjoy annoying other people which are trying to help each other out by POSTING DEALS.
Erm yes, which is why I said "for the sake of £5". And of course you're encouraging them to get off the boat without paying for the privilege.

Edited By: pibpob on Aug 22, 2013 22:12
pibpob
I wouldn't say it's an unnecessary worry.

Nobody is encouraging anybody to do what you have suggested, it would be wise to remove your accusation from your comments.

You can book a return day trip from the same link for £10. Allowing you to get off.

Edited By: DoctorJamesWright on Aug 22, 2013 20:17
I wouldn't say it's an unnecessary worry. They get a spike in bookings, do a quick search and find this thread where people are encouraged to defraud them, so they start checking. If I'd travelled all that way expecting to get off in Dublin I wouldn't risk it for the sake of £5.
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Every £10.00 Tesco clubcard voucher is £30 off travel with StenaLine

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All new Stena Line travel bookings* made from 25 October can be paid for in full using Tesco Clubcard Reward tokens on the Holyhead – Dublin Port/Dun Laoghaire and Fishguard – Rosslare routes.
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Agree with mazza, we looked into using these last year but they had separate fares for the routes which worked out more expensive than the premium fare available on line.
You can get the same deal with Irish ferries the only downside to these deals are you don't get the offer prices you have to use the vouchers off the full price and when you compare the prices you could just end up wasting your vouchers cause the offer prices are nearly always cheaper. Could be a good deal but check those prices first.
something get's wrong with picture, can someone change it? please?
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15% off Harwich - Hook of Holland fares until 30th Sep, then 10% off @ stena line £30.60

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Price shown is for a single fare, down from £36. I got my £102 booking down to £86.72 (return fare plus cabin one way). Applies to cabins as well. If you go through TCB and then navigate to this
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Stena Line ferry discounts

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I've posted Stena Line discounts before, but they sew up the holes fairly quickly. It seems this time, they've made a larger error! By clicking on 'sitemap' from their homepage, you see all their…
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PS why does Irish ferries show a single pretty lady crossing the sea, having a drink....then getting in her car for the onward journey....doh?

Last time I came back from Dublin, we were sat next to Dervla Kirwan. She was with her kids and a nanny, though.

I found tickets were £350 (including 3% to pay in Euros from my debit card) for a booking from http://www.stenaline.ie when the same crossing would have been ~ £375 if I went to http://www.stenaline.co.uk with the 5% cashback from Quidco. Its still a lot, but £25 is £25
Excellent! Shame it's just Stena Line and not any Cross Channel ferries so no use for me, but heat for spotting a decent little glitch!
We use the AA discount - they've never asked to see my card
It only gives a discount off the pricier tickets but I think it
makes the Premier tickets good value
Heat from me, cant see any amazing prices though, must be looking at the wrong links? :D
Well I added heat.
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Kids Go FREE! (within reason!) To celebrate National Ferry Fortnight, kids go FREE on every sailing, every day, all year when you travel by car to Ireland, Britain or Holland. £59.00

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Single online car + driver fares from Harwich - Hook of Holland £59 Holyhead - Dublin Port £79 Cairnryan - Belfast £79 Liverpool - Belfast £79 Fishguard - Rosslare £79 Holyh…
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Thanks, saved a small fortune, voted hot!
National Ferry Fortnight?? I would have thought that even a day might be excessive but a whole two weeks?!
couldn't you just have locked them in the boot anyway?
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Stena Line Harwich - Hook of Holland 15% discount book by 31 Jan 2012 with offer code A904

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Harwich - Hook of Holland Sale How to Book: To book online, use the panel to the right or call 08447 70 70 70 and quote A904. Terms and conditions are as follows: Offer must be bo…
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Hmm ... I've got 5 crossings booked with them (4 before your post :p), have got their gold loyalty card (so must be spending at least £1k p.a. with them), and got NADA, ZILCH, NOTHING! They seem to think there's no need to give ME any further incentives ..

Well, thanks again for posting and keep spreading the goodness!

No problem, I must say that their advertising is a bit hit and miss sometimes. I guess you have signed up for email newsletters etc?

Yup.

Guess I'm spending enough with them already, so no need for incentives from their point of view ...
Then again, Harwich - Hook is too convenient for me to grumble too much over it.
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Hmm ... I've got 5 crossings booked with them (4 before your post :p), have got their gold loyalty card (so must be spending at least £1k p.a. with them), and got NADA, ZILCH, NOTHING! They seem to think there's no need to give ME any further incentives ..

Well, thanks again for posting and keep spreading the goodness!


No problem, I must say that their advertising is a bit hit and miss sometimes. I guess you have signed up for email newsletters etc?
Hmm ... I've got 5 crossings booked with them (4 before your post :p), have got their gold loyalty card (so must be spending at least £1k p.a. with them), and got NADA, ZILCH, NOTHING! They seem to think there's no need to give ME any further incentives ..

Well, thanks again for posting and keep spreading the goodness!
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Thanks for posting, just used this.
How did you come by this, may I ask?


I got an email from them as I had booked with them before.
Thanks for posting, just used this.
How did you come by this, may I ask?