Eurotunnel: Half price day trips £23 per car book via phone
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Eurotunnel: Half price day trips £23 per car book via phone

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Found 14th Oct 2013
Great price!
Stock up on festive booze
Offer ends 11th December

Half price special offer available for travel on any Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 12th November to 12th December 2013.

29 Comments

Original Poster

Telephone booking? Really?

£23 each way so far as I can tell. £46 minimum return?

Original Poster

Phone offer

Original Poster

To book, call 0844 879 7371 now

This special offer is only bookable through our Contact Centre or by using the call back form below.

Half price special offer available for travel on any Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday from 12th November to 12th December 2013.

Original Poster

ClubFoot

£23 each way so far as I can tell. £46 minimum return?

Phone only offer

Watch out for dead bodies half way across!

(See The Tunnel - the UK answer to The Bridge, starting this week!)

Can u book two seperate returns and come back on later one or are they wise to this?

Original Poster

scoobytawazara

Can u book two seperate returns and come back on later one or are they … Can u book two seperate returns and come back on later one or are they wise to this?

No idea sorry

Woww

Cracking deal for a pre christmas run.

Wow, great deal.

It costs me nearly £20 a day to commute 15 miles by train into London.

Banned

It's not so cheap in France. £23 per car each way is not cheap either.

mspychala

Telephone booking? Really?



I've done it in previous years, the call is all about selling insurance and breakdown cover.

£23 return. Hot.

alisonrd

It's not so cheap in France. £23 per car each way is not cheap either.



Belgium is cheap. (Especially if you drink Belgian Beer or Smoke).

if I wanted to stock up on wine, where is a good place in france and how much cheaper is it? Is it just better to stock up when sainsbury's and tesco have their 25% off along with 3 bottles for £12?

Ferrim, you are probably better off with a UK supermarket. The wine isn't super cheap, at least for anything you'd recognise. That said, if you like cheap fizzy wine you'll be able to get stuff for about €2.50 which is fairly predictable.

For smokers, a quick trip into Belgium would work, you'd be able to get the travel 'for free' with what you save especially if you smoke tobacco rather than cigarettes

last time we were in France sparkly wine was dearer than the supermarket at home, red was much better value - but not as cheap as it used to be.

ferrim

if I wanted to stock up on wine, where is a good place in france and how … if I wanted to stock up on wine, where is a good place in france and how much cheaper is it? Is it just better to stock up when sainsbury's and tesco have their 25% off along with 3 bottles for £12?



calaiswine.co.uk/

Wine starts at £1.85 per bottle. You can also get your ferry crossing paid for!

I have used the Calvin Wine Superstore a couple of times and can confirm it is excellent.

You can try before you buy. We normally buy 200-300 bottles at about £2.50 each, which is about half of the equivalent wine here.

Unusually for France you can get wines from other countries.

Their sparking wine is good value.

Spend a certain amount and you get £30 of free wine (you choose the wine).

All in a very good place.

Should read as Calais Wine Superstore not Calvin - bloody phone!

Used Calais Wine Superstore too. Bought quite a few bottles of good quality prosecco for about £3.50 a bottle which was way cheaper than we could buy it here. In total I think we spent about £240 on wine that would have cost us £600+ over here.

ferrim

if I wanted to stock up on wine, where is a good place in france and how … if I wanted to stock up on wine, where is a good place in france and how much cheaper is it? Is it just better to stock up when sainsbury's and tesco have their 25% off along with 3 bottles for £12?



Last month I went and bought all my wine from pidou its a supermarket about 5-10 mins drive from calais port also you can place your order online and get 12 bottles of free wine over a £150 spend.

Wine is ALOT cheaper over there.

any other items cheaper to buy in France?

erm, french sticks. cheese. some yoghurts. mustard. its a day out, not bad at all. shame its midweek only

£23 per way is cheap for the Tunnel. Expensive for the ferry. I suspect it's a telephone offer so that they can try and upsell you travel insurance and car breakdown cover.

Used to go regular, now a days just not worth it for a day, take in to account the cost of your petrol plus crossing cost along with the very long day involved and it becomes a not so good experience. Gone are the days when you could fill up with cheap diesel as that is now as the uk. And I find the cheap wine is just that, cheap. I will use the £23 plus the £45 petrol money at my local supermarket. It is a pity they dont do a thing like this for a week stay in France though rather than a day?
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