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p&o daytrips £2 for foot passengers, and from £15 for a car
p&o daytrips £2 for foot passengers, and from £15 for a car

p&o daytrips £2 for foot passengers, and from £15 for a car

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Just seen in our local paper P&O are doing an offer for cheap day trips from Dover to Calais, £2 for foot passengers and from £15 for cars and up to 9 people, their usual price is £8 for a foot passenger and dont know how much for a car.

This is from the kent messenger newspaper and i dont know if it only applies to people in kent, but its worth a try if you fancy a day in france.

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Original Poster

another thing does only apply on certain days and sailings at certian times

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Travel with your car from Dover to Calais between Sunday and Friday, departing before 07:00 or between 13:00 to 14:45 and return before 14:00 or after 20:00 the same day. This offer is for your car and up to 9 people.

Seems good but you either have an early day or a late day!!

Good for me as I need to stock up for my wedding, voted hot, good find

Original Poster

Foot passenger trip for £2
Travel as a foot passenger from Dover to Calais, from just £2. Departures are after 8.25am and you must return before 9pm the same day. Travel must take place between Monday to Thursday.

Day trip from £15
Travel with your car from Dover to Calais between Sunday and Friday, departing before 07:00 or between 13:00 to 14:45 and return before 14:00 or after 20:00 the same day. This offer is for your car and up to 9 people

perfect for a booze cruise

hmm

pitty they dont sail from edinburgh. long trek to dover

Dover to Calais for £15 - that's a bargain!

A lovely day out and you can stock up on nice wine and cheap beer :-D

KM doing offers !! Wow that makes a nice Change
Norfolk line have some great deals as well

Deisel and petrol are cheaper go with an empty tank .....

when i try to book it tells me items need my attention, but everything looks correct

sussed it, was trying to book sat. ;-)

you can book it for two seperate days (ie 1 week apart) go to france and get the return a week later,

costing you £30 - saving £110. BONUS :-D

thanks for the post :thumbsup:

mcozmick;2597590

sussed it, was trying to book sat. ;-)you can book it for two seperate … sussed it, was trying to book sat. ;-)you can book it for two seperate days (ie 1 week apart) go to france and get the return a week later, costing you £30 - saving £110. BONUS :-D thanks for the post :thumbsup:




I think the small print says that if you don't use both legs you pay full price.

Quidco 6% + £1.50

Is there any deals on for crossings to caen does anyone know? For about 5 days

elofty;2597307

hmmpitty they dont sail from edinburgh. long trek to dover



I agree. Anywhere in Scotland would be better than that long drive :?

mcozmick;2597590

sussed it, was trying to book sat. ;-)you can book it for two seperate … sussed it, was trying to book sat. ;-)you can book it for two seperate days (ie 1 week apart) go to france and get the return a week later, costing you £30 - saving £110. BONUS :-D thanks for the post :thumbsup:



(vi) All bookings of Restricted Duration are only valid where the outward and return journeys are completed within the specified period of time, with the same vehicle and passengers and using the same operator. If you fail to travel on one part of your booking then we may charge you a supplement. That supplement will be the difference between the amount you have paid and the price for the standard single fare appropriate to the sailing used. This payment will be collected using the credit card details provided when paying for the original booking.

It does only say "may" charge, worth the risk?

sleth;2599968

It does only say "may" charge, worth the risk?



Probably not when you can do a long stay return, car and 5 people for, (from) £38 with Norfolkline Dover to Dunqerque. 10% Quidco too. Still availability in August too.

howardevansgb;2597507

Deisel and petrol are cheaper go with an empty tank .....



Petrol prices marginal now but diesel still cheaper.

MickKnipfler;2597680

I think the small print says that if you don't use both legs you pay full … I think the small print says that if you don't use both legs you pay full price.



Well I wasn't thinking about hopping around. :P
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