Book a day trip to Calais £29 by 24th May and you’ll get 6 bottles of Banrock Station absolutely free @ P&O Ferries
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Book a day trip to Calais £29 by 24th May and you’ll get 6 bottles of Banrock Station absolutely free @ P&O Ferries

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Found 18th Apr 2016
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 FREEWINE in the fare finder on the left.

For travel between 18th February and 26th May. Your voucher will be printed at check-in in Dover and you can collect your 6 bottles of red, white or rosé Banrock Station wine from the onboard shop on your outward journey only.

Excludes travel on 20th and 21st February, 25th - 28th March,
1st - 3rd & 9th - 10th April 2016

And be sure to check out our other shopping offers too!

Discover all the hidden gems of Calais town centre! Download the 2-hour walking tour map for your daytrip in Calais.

HOW TO BOOK

Go to the farefinder on the left
Choose your route, date, time, vehicle and passenger number
Enter the discount code FREEWINE
Click GET A QUOTE
TERMS & CONDITIONS:
* Offer is valid for bookings made by 24th May 2016, for travel between 18th February and 26th May 2016. Excludes travel on 20th and 21st February, 25th - 28th March, 1st - 3rd & 9th - 10th April 2016. Daytrips can only be booked within 28 days of travel, outside the 28 day window you’ll need to book a short break. A £6 supplement applies on bookings made for travel on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday departures and a £10 supplement for travel on Saturday departures. Offer only valid for bookings made more than 36hrs prior to departure. Bookings are non-amendable, non-refundable and subject to restricted space, sailings and dates. 6 bottles of Banrock Station Red, White or Rosé wine per qualifying Dover-Calais booking made during the promotional period. If advertised wine is unavailable P&O will select a substitute. Vouchers to claim onboard promotions issued at the check-in on the day of travel. Voucher must be redeemed on the outward journey only. Excludes foot passengers, cyclists, minibuses, motorhomes, motorcycles, vans and caravans/trailers. Phone bookings are subject to a £5 booking fee. P&O Ferries reserve the right to amend or withdraw all elements of the promotion without prior notice. Subject to Promotional Conditions and P&O Ferries' Terms of Business, both available online at POferries.com.
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Original Poster
Excludes travel on 20th and 21st February, 25th - 28th March,
1st - 3rd & 9th - 10th April 2016
Original Poster
FROM £29!!!
Calais = migrant jungle?
I think I'd need to be bribed with more than six bottles of wine to go there

http://i.telegraph.co.uk/multimedia/archive/03317/calais-france-cent_3317122b.jpg
Edited by: "jasee" 18th Apr 2016
jasee

I think I'd need to be bribed with more than six bottles of wine to go … I think I'd need to be bribed with more than six bottles of wine to go there


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" 18th Apr 2016
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'.
Do we get Duty Free again if we leave the EU?
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.
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.
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