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France Day trip (Jan/Feb dates) - with car & passengers + £15 free fuel voucher from £25 return with code @ P&O Ferries
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France Day trip (Jan/Feb dates) - with car & passengers + £15 free fuel voucher from £25 return with code @ P&O Ferries

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Refreshed 11th Feb (Posted 22nd Dec 2019)

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France day trip offer for January and February travel, for the period 6th January to 14th February Dover to Calais return with P&O prices from £25 return and use code FUEL19 to get a free £15 fuel voucher. Valid for travel with cars and high cars only. Any issues with the promo code make sure you type it in CAPS. Mondays tend to be the cheapest travel day. More terms and info below including the claim process for the fuel voucher. Bookings need to be made by the 12th Feb.


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Example date 6th January Dover to Calais Return


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How do I book?

1. On the left hand menu of the page select Dover to Calais return, select car and number of passengers and January and February date up to 14th Feb (returning same day). Eligible dates are from Jan 6th onwards.
2 Add promo code FUEL19
3. Go through checkout

How do I claim £15 fuel voucher?

  • Use promocode FUEL19 in the farefinder when you make your booking
  • P&O will send you an email with your free fuel code after you make your booking
  • Fill your car with fuel - you’ll be able to redeem your code after 24 hours
  • Input your fuel code into the website and upload your receipt
  • Once P&O have confirmed your receipt, fill in your bank details
  • P&O will transfer £15 into your bank account

TERMS & CONDITIONS:

Offer is valid on qualifying car day trip bookings made by 12-Feb-20, for travel between 06-Jan-20 and 14-Feb-20. Offer only valid for bookings made more than 36hrs prior to departure. Day trips can only be booked within 28 days of travel. Bookings are non-amendable, non-refundable and subject to restricted space,sailings and dates. £15 free fuel voucher per qualifying Dover-Calais booking made during the promotional period. £15 fuel offer claims must be made via www.poferriesfuelback.com. UK, 18+. Only up to £15 will be paid as cash back. Redemption claims must be made at least 24 hours after the outbound journey date, but within 90 days. Fuel receipt must be dated within 30 days of outbound travel. Final claim date is 15-May-20. Excludes foot passengers, cyclists, minibuses,
motorhomes, motorcycles, vans and caravans/trailers. P&O Ferries reserve the right to amend or withdraw all elements of the promotion without prior notice.
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sohi_7922/12/2019 17:29

Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is …Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is paris from calais ? Or in such a short day trip what we can enjoy around calais with kids ?


I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!
Besford22/12/2019 17:40

I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for …I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!


There's loads of nice places within a short drive of Calais, Boulogne, Le Touquet, you can even do Bruges if you head out early enough
Edited by: "sparxuk" 22nd Dec 2019
Why not make it a mini break... Go to Dover the day before you leave for France, stay in Premier Inn the night before... Go to France, come back on the very last ferry... Then stop in the Permier Inn again straight from Francearound Midnight... Then go home the Next day.

It will add about £29.50 Per night for the hotel about £42 Per night all in for a family of 4... That is a Mini break to visit the famous "White Cliffs of Dover" incuding 1 full day in France... BARGAIN... We done years ago on a 1 day trip to Disneyland paris.

See this link PREMIER INN EXAMPLE FOR FEB
Edited by: "ace9094" 22nd Dec 2019
Besford22/12/2019 17:40

I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for …I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!


I heard Calais has tons of doctors, rocket scientists and brain surgeons.
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Heat mate
Stock up for next christmas
dunny0622/12/2019 16:51

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This is only for a day trip so people are not likely to be heading as far as Paris
Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is paris from calais ? Or in such a short day trip what we can enjoy around calais with kids ?
sohi_7922/12/2019 17:29

Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is …Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is paris from calais ? Or in such a short day trip what we can enjoy around calais with kids ?


I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!
Besford22/12/2019 17:40

I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for …I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!


There's loads of nice places within a short drive of Calais, Boulogne, Le Touquet, you can even do Bruges if you head out early enough
Edited by: "sparxuk" 22nd Dec 2019
Besford22/12/2019 17:40

I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for …I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!


I heard Calais has tons of doctors, rocket scientists and brain surgeons.
sohi_7922/12/2019 17:29

Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is …Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is paris from calais ? Or in such a short day trip what we can enjoy around calais with kids ?


Its about the same as Glasgow to Manchester or Manchester to London.

I always found the longer crossing to Dunkirk to have better traffic at the far end.
Anyone done this trip that could confirm if I could buy 2 vouchers and go one day and use the 2nd voucher to comeback another Day ?
Might be a duty free run from the 1st of feb HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
savvyy22/12/2019 19:35

Anyone done this trip that could confirm if I could buy 2 vouchers and go …Anyone done this trip that could confirm if I could buy 2 vouchers and go one day and use the 2nd voucher to comeback another Day ?


Not likely. They use anpr as part of your booking and will use to log your journey out. When you return outside of your first bookings scheduled time you will be charged a standard rate single fare which could be £££s (worth checking of T&C's).
Edited by: "nickilever1" 22nd Dec 2019
thomasleep22/12/2019 19:42

Might be a duty free run from the 1st of feb …Might be a duty free run from the 1st of feb HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHHHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA


or Not.. Duty and Alcohol restrictions will probably apply from them ... if we are out of EU !
99hawkeye9922/12/2019 20:08

or Not.. Duty and Alcohol restrictions will probably apply from them ... …or Not.. Duty and Alcohol restrictions will probably apply from them ... if we are out of EU !


Really, oh ok then
Besford22/12/2019 17:40

I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for …I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!


Calais probably seems quite nice and upmarket if you're from most parts of greater London, Nottingham, Luton or Bradford etc
Why not make it a mini break... Go to Dover the day before you leave for France, stay in Premier Inn the night before... Go to France, come back on the very last ferry... Then stop in the Permier Inn again straight from Francearound Midnight... Then go home the Next day.

It will add about £29.50 Per night for the hotel about £42 Per night all in for a family of 4... That is a Mini break to visit the famous "White Cliffs of Dover" incuding 1 full day in France... BARGAIN... We done years ago on a 1 day trip to Disneyland paris.

See this link PREMIER INN EXAMPLE FOR FEB
Edited by: "ace9094" 22nd Dec 2019
Besford22/12/2019 17:40

I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for …I honestly wouldn't bother, especially in Jan/Feb. Paris far too far for a day trip, Calais is a dump. This is really just for shopping (wine, etc.) which really isn't that much cheaper these days with the value of the pound so low. The wine sheds have been closing down. You may well have seasickness too. Sorry OP!


Really ? Calais is a dump but if you go to the Pidou wine and beer warehouse just up the dual carriuageway on the Marcel Doret Ind estate , easy to find there are stacks of bargains ! I went in Dec , untold amounts of 3 litre boxes of white/red wine for £7-8 each , some were £5 each or 5 3l boxes for £20 . Cheap drinkable white/red wine boxes ( 6x 75 cl) for £10 , plenty of wine there for on average £1.50-£2 a bottle so there are still massive savings to be had . Theres a Majestic Wine warehouse just up the road on same ind estate , if you Google Calais Majestic wine you will find there website , they have massive range of wines , can pre-order and pay on collection and lets you see what prices are in advance .Beers arent such good value these days unless your buying local French Beers
Check your boot for any “ travellers”!
savvyy22/12/2019 19:35

Anyone done this trip that could confirm if I could buy 2 vouchers and go …Anyone done this trip that could confirm if I could buy 2 vouchers and go one day and use the 2nd voucher to comeback another Day ?


If you don't complete the return crossing your card will be charged the max single fare!
Years ago we did one of these January day trips with the kids (about 9&11 at the time) and went to La Coupole en.m.wikipedia.org/wik…ole and all found it fascinating and so moving. And because it's underground it seems quite warm in the depths of winter!
dan_is_the_man0122/12/2019 20:18

If you don't complete the return crossing your card will be charged the …If you don't complete the return crossing your card will be charged the max single fare!


If I was thinking about it I'm not anymore
simon14922/12/2019 20:17

Really ? Calais is a dump but if you go to the Pidou wine and beer …Really ? Calais is a dump but if you go to the Pidou wine and beer warehouse just up the dual carriuageway on the Marcel Doret Ind estate , easy to find there are stacks of bargains ! I went in Dec , untold amounts of 3 litre boxes of white/red wine for £7-8 each , some were £5 each or 5 3l boxes for £20 . Cheap drinkable white/red wine boxes ( 6x 75 cl) for £10 , plenty of wine there for on average £1.50-£2 a bottle so there are still massive savings to be had . Theres a Majestic Wine warehouse just up the road on same ind estate , if you Google Calais Majestic wine you will find there website , they have massive range of wines , can pre-order and pay on collection and lets you see what prices are in advance .Beers arent such good value these days unless your buying local French Beers


Some of the beers from Brasserie Du Mont Blanc are great, I found them in Auchan.
sparxuk22/12/2019 18:00

There's loads of nice places within a short drive of Calais, Boulogne, Le …There's loads of nice places within a short drive of Calais, Boulogne, Le Touquet, you can even do Bruges if you head out early enough


Yes I’ve done all three and excellent destinations
J’aime cette offre.....for those not familiar with the lingo...I like this deal....for those of you who are familiar I love France like I love freshly baked bread
dunny0622/12/2019 16:51

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Recently got back from Paris, wasn't as bad as it's made out to be if you're not dumb, more inconvenient is the traffic
phillip.bramble22/12/2019 20:59

Recently got back from Paris, wasn't as bad as it's made out to be if …Recently got back from Paris, wasn't as bad as it's made out to be if you're not dumb, more inconvenient is the traffic


I’m not sold .
dunny0622/12/2019 16:51

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deleted210456822/12/2019 19:39

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The second voucher would not be valid for return as it would not have been validated on the out-goung trip. The return tickets you will need are issued as you ARRIVE at the gate going out, BEFORE you board the ferry. So you see the return tickets will be dependent only on the 24hr max. voucher you have agreed to in the terms and conditions.
Edited by: "ianhalling" 22nd Dec 2019
thomasleep22/12/2019 20:10

Really, oh ok then


I expect there will also be long queues due to the "Withdrawl Agreement" or non-agreement !
ianhalling22/12/2019 21:13

I expect there will also be long queues due to the "Withdrawl Agreement" …I expect there will also be long queues due to the "Withdrawl Agreement" or non-agreement !


OK so you did not grasp that my previous comment was meant to disengage you from entering into any further comments, so to be clear I do not want to engage in any comments with you whatsoever
phillip.bramble22/12/2019 20:59

Recently got back from Paris, wasn't as bad as it's made out to be if …Recently got back from Paris, wasn't as bad as it's made out to be if you're not dumb, more inconvenient is the traffic


I suppose it's not as bad as stuck in traffic or then again it's like a war zone most weekends lol
dunny0622/12/2019 21:25

I suppose it's not as bad as stuck in traffic or then again it's like a …I suppose it's not as bad as stuck in traffic or then again it's like a war zone most weekends lol[Video]


That's why I said don't be dumb, it's clear and obvious the parts you need to avoid, I've never been there before or driven on the wrong side of the road so as long as you have an ounce of intelligence then it's not hard
30 mins up to Adinkerke from Calais, discount tobacco warehouse, chocs for the missus, back to carrefour to stock up on French food and then back over to Dover.
You could try NOZ in Calais for wine it's a French discount store which sells everything cheap I have been going there for a few years now never been to the one in Calais but worth a look noz.fr/
I guess we need to apply for a tourist visa to visit Paris in February after Brexit.
Amazing
dunny0622/12/2019 16:51

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That is a bit pharisaic, body armour comes undeniably handy in London too...
Edited by: "mardor" 22nd Dec 2019
In freezing cold weather 🥶 risk of bumping into iceberg, No Thanks
Edited by: "Shah.Zeb" 23rd Dec 2019
One of my daughters volunteered...in Calais & Dunkirk. Very sad....used to be nice. I used to go to Brugges etc on day trip from Eastbourne DGH, coach to Dover etc.. when I nursed there '85. Hypermarkets were fab lol 😁😁😁
dan_is_the_man0122/12/2019 20:18

If you don't complete the return crossing your card will be charged the …If you don't complete the return crossing your card will be charged the max single fare!


If you plan using it as a one way ticket & returning with another company on a later date

Use a disposable pre loaded debit/credit card.
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sohi_7922/12/2019 17:29

Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is …Never been in ferry trip from dover to calais.. Any one know how far is paris from calais ? Or in such a short day trip what we can enjoy around calais with kids ?


We did this recently and drove down to St Omer, lovely cathedral there then went to Cite Europe to do some shopping. Nausicaa aquarium in Boulogne is great.
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