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EuroTunnel HALF PRICE for HALF TERM = Day Trip Tickets for only £22
EuroTunnel HALF PRICE for HALF TERM = Day Trip Tickets for only £22

EuroTunnel HALF PRICE for HALF TERM = Day Trip Tickets for only £22

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Book a day trip to France for only £22* per car, return ...
... and enjoy great family days out this half term with our exclusive offers:

ONLY AVAILABLE for 22/23/24 February

Entrance to Nausicaá, France's top seaworld attraction, for only €5pp

Exclusive menu offer at the Café de Paris, the biggest brasserie in Calais only €11.50pp

PLUS a wine offer

Exclusive wine offer in our Calais Terminal - buy 3 bottles get 3 FREE

Bookings must be made at least one day before travel by calling our Contact Centre on 0844 879 7371

22 Comments

good

nice one!!!

£22 EACH WAY - Chilly for me.....

mel1408

£22 EACH WAY - Chilly for me.....



?? £22 return.

Original Poster

mel1408

£22 EACH WAY - Chilly for me.....



As Eurotunnel and the information cut from their site says - This is a day RETURN for your £22 and so I suggest you take off your overcoat and bask in the warmth of this excellent offer.

very good considering it is over half term....have some warmth

Fantastic deal. Nausicaa is an excellent aquarium.

Feb half term ends on 21st this year so not a half term offer.

^ depends where you are, starts on the 21st in Kent...

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scruffty

^ depends where you are, starts on the 21st in Kent...


This.

Half Term starts Sat 19th Feb and ends on Sun 27th in London schools. Excellent deal.

Week of Mon 21st Feb to Fri 25th Suffolk. Heat added.

Blooming southerners always have to be different

Really interested in this.

What can you realistically do in a day trip though. I have my wife and a 2 year old with me?

Also is this available for foot passengers?

Used a similar offer last year end of November/beginning of December. Drove to Flanders, nice lunch, stocked up with Belgium beer and a supermarket shop back in Calais. All in all a excellent day out and at £22 a very good price. Pretty hot I would say.

Really interested in this.What can you realistically do in a day trip … Really interested in this.What can you realistically do in a day trip though. I have my wife and a 2 year old with me?Also is this available for foot passengers?



Try this place, its just inside Belgium, (about 40-45 minutes drive from calais)

Plopsaland

P.S this offer is for passengers and car

waqasraja1982

Really interested in this. What can you realistically do in a day trip … Really interested in this. What can you realistically do in a day trip though. I have my wife and a 2 year old with me?Also is this available for foot passengers?



This is a very valid point. Myself and 2 mates went on the P&O ferry day trip not long ago and by the time we had done quick bit of shopping in Calais and driven to Bruges, we had to drive back again!

We got the 9am ferry and came back on the 6pm one by the way.

Very good price, but almost pointless unless you live within an hour of the Eurotunnel terminal. As others have mentioned, nowadays with the higher cost of alcohol, cigs, etc and the lower exchange rate, it's not worth going for shopping added to the fact that most of northern France is a grey misserable, dreary place, it's not worth going for a day's sightseeing. At a push, somewhere like Brugge is worth a visit, but it just means so much of your day is lost getting there....

Original Poster

Day trips across the Channel have always been difficult to justify unless you live within an hour or so of the terminal but then so has flying to New York for the weekend, however far you live from the airport - but people still do it!

For those of you mentioning the poor exchange rate, it is actually better now than it was a year ago and much better than 2 years ago. You have to go back almost 3 years to March 2008 for a rate which was MUCH better than today i.e. above 1.30

Spot rate today is 1.18 for a £ which 10% lower than the heady days of 2008

January 2010 was 1.13 and January 2009 was 1.04

Diesel pricing is still not too bad with the best diesel prices still under £1.20 per litre and it's more than £1.30 here and you can still get a very drinkable bottle of red in France for a couple of quid and that's 3 for £6 as opposed to the 3 for £10 offers here.

linzielegs

Blooming southerners always have to be different



Half term is Saturday 19th - Sunday 27th Feb for us in 'Southern' Stoke on Trent as well(!)

Monkeybum01

Half term is Saturday 19th - Sunday 27th Feb for us in 'Southern' Stoke … Half term is Saturday 19th - Sunday 27th Feb for us in 'Southern' Stoke on Trent as well(!)



Yeh I was going to add that this is nothing to do with a northern southern thing. For example, Easter Holidays this year fall at different times in Derbyshire as they do in South Yorkshire.

Yep pretty good deal with tobacco still very cheap in Adinkerke when you pay in GBP. Heat added.
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