20% off your next trip to Ireland with Stena Line & 5% TCB/Quidco
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20% off your next trip to Ireland with Stena Line & 5% TCB/Quidco

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Found 16th Oct 2013
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 October and the savings are yours.

So pack your bags, fill up the car and getaway with no baggage charges and the choice of travelling at Halloween, Christmas, New Year or anytime until 31 January 2014.

This great offer is available for a limited time, so get into gear and book today!

*****Don't forget to go through TopCashBack or Quidco for an extra 5% cashback. If you use that option please enter B256A into the Discount code field on the Stena Homepage rather than using the HUKD direct link.*****

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Seems a good deal. Voted hot. Thanks.
Edited by: "mclgannm" 16th Oct 2013

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.

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Although a 20% discount is to be welcomed Ferry crossings to Ireland are … 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.

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
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