Eurotunnel Half Price Day Trip £23 return (16th,17th,18th Feb only)
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Eurotunnel Half Price Day Trip £23 return (16th,17th,18th Feb only)

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Found 18th Jan 2016
Half price day trips now being offered for the 16th, 17th and 18th of February which means you pay just £23 per car for a return ticket.

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comes with free illegal immigrant lol
westywales

comes with free illegal immigrant lol


Boring
Sounds so appealing. The very real risk of being stuck on the M20 for operation stack, or in the tunnel itself while some Syrian is being fished out of it, then when you get there crazy French strikers setting fire to the Motorways, threats of ISIS attacks in Paris and Brussels and then on the trip home the chance of becoming an unwanted taxi driver as all sorts of people try becoming your new passenger.

Can't understand why they reduced it really???
Northerndave

Sounds so appealing. The very real risk of being stuck on the M20 for … Sounds so appealing. The very real risk of being stuck on the M20 for operation stack, or in the tunnel itself while some Syrian is being fished out of it, then when you get there crazy French strikers setting fire to the Motorways, threats of ISIS attacks in Paris and Brussels and then on the trip home the chance of becoming an unwanted taxi driver as all sorts of people try becoming your new passenger.Can't understand why they reduced it really???



​That was pretty much my thought, I find it scary that I feel safer on our island, a few years ago I would travel all over the place. And now this occurs to me.

On topic, good deal. Heat
sharzam1

​That was pretty much my thought, I find it scary that I feel safer on o … ​That was pretty much my thought, I find it scary that I feel safer on our island, a few years ago I would travel all over the place. And now this occurs to me. On topic, good deal. Heat



You are way more likely to drown yourself in the bath by accident than become a victim of terrorism. Your fear of travel is merely symptomatic of the power of the media.The powers that be like a frightened population, it makes you easy to manipulate.
We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the skies while snuggled up behind a remote desk in UK, and terrorised their entire population for decades and continue to do so. They've never done to us what we've done to them, and now, we have a nerve to blame them for their own problems. In school we are taught a law of science "every action has a reaction", and unfortunately, this reaction is due to our foreign policies.
Xenophobes and bigots should stay home anyway, they are an embarrassment.
Oh god only here could a simple deal like this, lead to more daily mail reading garbage comments !
adamkhan

We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the … We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the skies while snuggled up behind a remote desk in UK, and terrorised their entire population for decades and continue to do so. They've never done to us what we've done to them, and now, we have a nerve to blame them for their own problems. In school we are taught a law of science "every action has a reaction", and unfortunately, this reaction is due to our foreign policies.


Rant over? What about the deal in question.
Stick to the post, Good deal.
Hot
Stick to the post,heat added.

Armchair politicians please shut up you are boring,ill informed and stupid,all at the same time.
Why don't u shut up and stick to post at least armchair politician made sense unlike the second part of your message
adamkhan

We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the … We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the skies while snuggled up behind a remote desk in UK, and terrorised their entire population for decades and continue to do so. They've never done to us what we've done to them, and now, we have a nerve to blame them for their own problems. In school we are taught a law of science "every action has a reaction", and unfortunately, this reaction is due to our foreign policies.



All that bombing we did in Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia must have caused the 'migrants' to travel across half the world, through numerous safe countries to arrive on our shores.

Hot deal BTW. I usually pay around £95 for a return trip with Eurotunnel.
Edited by: "chaffordred" 18th Jan 2016
used eurotunnel a over summer holidaysn
never had boot checked..just normal passport checks.

really fantastic service....no operation stack at mo....only thing is they do seem to keep having bloody delays!!

good deal
stiffnuts

Oh god only here could a simple deal like this, lead to more daily mail … Oh god only here could a simple deal like this, lead to more daily mail reading garbage comments !


My thought exactly and where is the thumbs down button when you need one
adamkhan

We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the … We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the skies while snuggled up behind a remote desk in UK, and terrorised their entire population for decades and continue to do so. They've never done to us what we've done to them, and now, we have a nerve to blame them for their own problems. In school we are taught a law of science "every action has a reaction", and unfortunately, this reaction is due to our foreign policies.




You have a point, to a (very small) degree, but as far as I'm concerned any sympathy I may have had went out of the window long ago. If you're truly fleeing for your life then why on earth wouldn't you claim asylum at the first safe country you come to? It's EU and I believe international law, yet they don't - they pass through numerous 'safe' countries until they get to the country they want - whether that be the UK, Germany, Sweden etc. I'm sorry but that means they're economic migrants, not refugees, plus we haven't bombed Sudan, Somalia, Morocco, Algeria, Iran, Egypt, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Eritrea, and, until very recently, not even Syria, although of course our involvement in destabilising a previously fairly stable and secular country to a certain 'agenda' hasn't helped.

On the subject of the actual deal, it's a good price (although a standard offer they give every so often and have been for years), but people shouldn't scoff at the concerns some have expressed. I used to regularly go over on the train every 3 or 4 months up until 2 or 3 years ago. It just got stupid in the end - if you weren't at risk of having people smuggle themselves into your car/van, whether you're in the vehicle or not (yes, they really are that stupid that they think you don't know that they're trying to get into your back door or boot when you're sitting there in traffic!), you're at risk of having a serious accident due to people walking on the hard shoulder (and even on the motorway itself) for miles either side of Calais.

They even purposely jump out or throw objects to try to stop vehicles and intimidate/distract drivers to allow others to jump on board. The joke is that they'll probably avoid injury - the natural instinct when driving would be to steer and avoid somebody in the road, meaning you're in danger of losing control of the vehicle when pulling off sudden movements at speed.

These concerns are REAL - I know, because I've not only witnessed it, I've almost hit several people myself and I've had my car hit (and dented) by an object from some of these people! And from what I know it's much worse now. So yes it's a good price, but personally I have no intention of running the gauntlet with these migrants ever again. Plus the French hate us anyway.
Northerndave

Sounds so appealing. The very real risk of being stuck on the M20 for … Sounds so appealing. The very real risk of being stuck on the M20 for operation stack, or in the tunnel itself while some Syrian is being fished out of it, then when you get there crazy French strikers setting fire to the Motorways, threats of ISIS attacks in Paris and Brussels and then on the trip home the chance of becoming an unwanted taxi driver as all sorts of people try becoming your new passenger.Can't understand why they reduced it really???



Nice try, but have you tried doing Paris or Brussels in a day? By the time you got there, you'd have to turn back to catch the last ferry.

Also, I've been to France many times on the ferry, never had a problem with chancer migrants or seen any sign of trouble. Best stay in the north.
Towerpower

Rant over? What about the deal in question.



Hot
Do you need to write an essay just as we thought we got over the issues here comes another one

Just vote
chaffordred

All that bombing we did in Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia must have caused … All that bombing we did in Eritrea, Sudan and Ethiopia must have caused the 'migrants' to travel across half the world, through numerous safe countries to arrive on our shores.Hot deal BTW. I usually pay around £95 for a return trip with Eurotunnel.


Yes maybe not bombed those countries, but we have, for sure, stuck or finger in their business on many fronts - so, at some point, we are going to have our fingers burnt.

That said, I agree, the deal is HOT! but not burning yet.
Phila4

You have a point, to a (very small) degree, but as far as I'm concerned … You have a point, to a (very small) degree, but as far as I'm concerned any sympathy I may have had went out of the window long ago. If you're truly fleeing for your life then why on earth wouldn't you claim asylum at the first safe country you come to? It's EU and I believe international law, yet they don't - they pass through numerous 'safe' countries until they get to the country they want - whether that be the UK, Germany, Sweden etc. I'm sorry but that means they're economic migrants, not refugees, plus we haven't bombed Sudan, Somalia, Morocco, Algeria, Iran, Egypt, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Eritrea, and, until very recently, not even Syria, although of course our involvement in destabilising a previously fairly stable and secular country to a certain 'agenda' hasn't helped.On the subject of the actual deal, it's a good price (although a standard offer they give every so often and have been for years), but people shouldn't scoff at the concerns some have expressed. I used to regularly go over on the train every 3 or 4 months up until 2 or 3 years ago. It just got stupid in the end - if you weren't at risk of having people smuggle themselves into your car/van, whether you're in the vehicle or not (yes, they really are that stupid that they think you don't know that they're trying to get into your back door or boot when you're sitting there in traffic!), you're at risk of having a serious accident due to people walking on the hard shoulder (and even on the motorway itself) for miles either side of Calais. They even purposely jump out or throw objects to try to stop vehicles and intimidate/distract drivers to allow others to jump on board. The joke is that they'll probably avoid injury - the natural instinct when driving would be to steer and avoid somebody in the road, meaning you're in danger of losing control of the vehicle when pulling off sudden movements at speed.These concerns are REAL - I know, because I've not only witnessed it, I've almost hit several people myself and I've had my car hit (and dented) by an object from some of these people! And from what I know it's much worse now. So yes it's a good price, but personally I have no intention of running the gauntlet with these migrants ever again. Plus the French hate us anyway.


Heh, you should write a book about how the British Empire came into being. Please do, dedicate, a chapter to our foreign policy (more than the last 26 years).
The deal is indeed hot, and getting hotter!
doesn't work! I checked for the Travel summary
Folkestone to Calais
Tue 16th February 2016
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Calais to Folkestone
Thu 18th February 2016
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Vehicle details
Car under 6ft / 1.85m
price is £150 !!!! Voted cold!
sheybat

doesn't work! I checked for the Travel summaryFolkestone to CalaisTue … doesn't work! I checked for the Travel summaryFolkestone to CalaisTue 16th February 2016Awaiting train time selectionCalais to FolkestoneThu 18th February 2016Awaiting train time selectionVehicle detailsCar under 6ft / 1.85m price is £150 !!!! Voted cold!



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Xenophobes and bigots should stay home anyway, they are an embarrassment.



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Great timing for Half-term trip. Thank you.
adamkhan

We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the … We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the skies while snuggled up behind a remote desk in UK, and terrorised their entire population for decades and continue to do so. They've never done to us what we've done to them, and now, we have a nerve to blame them for their own problems. In school we are taught a law of science "every action has a reaction", and unfortunately, this reaction is due to our foreign policies.

Yes, we all voted to bomb their countries even when millions were marching against the war. So, now we all have to pay the price for NATO's aggression. Anyway, do some research Libtard!: zerohedge.com/new…ain
Some of you need to stop reading the Daily Mail. Numpties.

Good deal. Heat
Due to the restrictions of the deal - you'd have to leave one evening and return the following midday. Waste of time.
Plus it's £23 one way, not return
*unless you call them to book (ahem)
adamkhan

We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the … We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the skies while snuggled up behind a remote desk in UK, and terrorised their entire population for decades and continue to do so. They've never done to us what we've done to them, and now, we have a nerve to blame them for their own problems. In school we are taught a law of science "every action has a reaction", and unfortunately, this reaction is due to our foreign policies.



So can they all come and stay at your house then
Heat for the deal, but having done a day trip before, I'd never do another. The huge queues (despite no stack or strikes) at both ends negate any joy in doing a bit of shopping and having a nice lunch. Never again.
Reading through this thread, I'm reminded of a quote attributed to Winston Churchill

"The best argument against democracy is a five-minute conversation with the average voter."

It's terrible that people have such polar views that are simply a regurgitation of popular media outlets. A headline is all you need to start a motion, nowadays; very few people even scratch the surface of a topic.
rapid111111

Boring



Yes they tried that but they used too many drill bits. Jumping on a truck is easier....
adamkhan

We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the … We've interfered in their countries willy nilly, bombed them from the skies while snuggled up behind a remote desk in UK, and terrorised their entire population for decades and continue to do so. They've never done to us what we've done to them, and now, we have a nerve to blame them for their own problems. In school we are taught a law of science "every action has a reaction", and unfortunately, this reaction is due to our foreign policies.



Kudos to you, judging by the other comments I assumed this place is full of racist unemployed chavs looking for exciting ways to spend their dole
heada

You are way more likely to drown yourself in the bath by accident than … You are way more likely to drown yourself in the bath by accident than become a victim of terrorism. Your fear of travel is merely symptomatic of the power of the media.The powers that be like a frightened population, it makes you easy to manipulate.



True say
krazykizza

Nice try, but have you tried doing Paris or Brussels in a day? By the … Nice try, but have you tried doing Paris or Brussels in a day? By the time you got there, you'd have to turn back to catch the last ferry. Also, I've been to France many times on the ferry, never had a problem with chancer migrants or seen any sign of trouble. Best stay in the north.


Me too. This is not for folks who can't get beyond the frontpage of the Daily Mail. Best they lock themselves away in fright than embarrass us abroad.

Yep - its not worth going too far in these short days (though the French/Belgians are kind enough to give us an extra hour of light). Tripadvisor has led me to some delightful family run restaurants in places like Le Crotoy and Montreuill.

The major issue if any, I suspect, will be an icy/snowy/foggy M20 ...
It means having to go France
albimesc

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saynoto0870.com advises 01303 282061 as the alternative to premium rate 0844 879 7371. Worth a try.
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