Isle of Wight-Day Return For a Foot Passenger £5.normal is £14.50 Wightlink First 10,000 customers
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Isle of Wight-Day Return For a Foot Passenger £5.normal is £14.50 Wightlink First 10,000 customers

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Found 5th Aug 2010
Hi, i just took advantage of this offer. Only posted a few things so far so please feel free to add things or pictures to help me out.normal price is £14.50 so a nice little saving.
open to the first 10,000 customers to book their tickets online.

Travel on the catamarans between Portsmouth and Ryde for the special price of £5 per person day return.

This offer is valid for the first 10,000* day trip tickets sold online from 1 August on the catamaran service only when using promo code RYDEFIVE.
I didnt have to put the code in for it to work, it just did it anyway.

* excludes travel on 9, 10 & 13 September 2010 (these are the bestival dates)
All promotional bookings & tickets are subject to our Terms & Conditions and the following Promotional Terms and Conditions: Bookings can be made over a limited period only and the offer will be withdrawn when booking numbers have been reached. Payment by credit/debit card at the time of booking if booking in advance. Applies to new bookings only, no refunds will be given in retrospect. The first alteration to a booking will incur no charge. Any second or subsequent changes will incur a £5 administration charge. We reserve the right to apply a surcharge to any of our fares on the date you pay for your ticket, for example a fuel or insurance surcharge. We will notify you of any such surcharges before you purchase any ticket. Cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer or promotion and is not available to account customers. Cancelled bookings are non-refundable. No upgrades possible E&OE


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8 Comments

Original Poster

Please note i use the wightlink ferries regularly. Dont let the booking times of the ferries put you off. If you get to the terminal earlier than you expected they can put you on an earlier ferry to save you waiting so long as there is room.
Edited by: "bunny_boiler" 5th Aug 2010

I've never been to the Isle of Wight - is it worth while going as a "foot passenger" or is it a case of when you get there you really want a car to get around and see what ever there is to see?

Original Poster

you can get rover tickets on the bus if you want to go elsewhere but the buses can be a pain at times and quite expensive. For the £5 deal its worth maybe just sticking to Ryde and the beach there. Its all sand and lots to do on the front further up the beach like a boating lake,a water park,family pubs,peter pans play thing, trampolines,bowling,ice skating and is lovely to walk along. Also a few shops up the hill.

Original Poster

the water park and sand is free Our kids love it there and its quite a cheap day out.

its a stupid website - it says no route available if i enter the promo code, but if i delete it, there are routes available.... i dont think i'll bother now if it is going to be hassle to book...

lovely park further along beach at puckpool and lovely beach at appley, but tide does go out a long way, rover tickets for the day are quite reasonable, lovely place come over.

Original Poster

its working fine for me and im on firefox.
try the main homepage wightlink.co.uk and go from there? a link to the deal is on the home page.

Original Poster

peejem

lovely park further along beach at puckpool and lovely beach at appley, … lovely park further along beach at puckpool and lovely beach at appley, but tide does go out a long way, rover tickets for the day are quite reasonable, lovely place come over.


Thats the names i was trying to remember lol thanks. I used to live there up til quite recently too :-)
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