Return Ferry for car and all passengers to France in Summer Holidays - £64 @ DFDS
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Return Ferry for car and all passengers to France in Summer Holidays - £64 @ DFDS

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Found 31st Dec 2013
Hi,just decided to book my summer holiday in France and from Dover to Calais for a car and all passengers in July and August was just £80 return, then added the code E13EBO for 20% off and got it for £64 all in return , I put this on earlier but it was taken off for some reason or another
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Forgot to mention there is no time limit on your stay so if you want the whole summer you can., I have been going for a few years now and this is the cheapest by a long shot
we booked p and o last year with our campervan for two weeks in summer we booked through thomas cook who have some kind of cheap contract running with p and o and we got it for £80 return which is really cheap with a bike rack on too. You just have to go into one of their high street stores though to do this...hope this helps
Heat - good price
This is a great deal, I've just booked my ticket!
I should have put Back to the Future in the title it would have been mega hot by now!!!
Can we take our dog I wonder with his pet passport if course if any one knows or ill have to book a flight he's not staying at home for two months
Thanks, planning a trip to France in summer so will try and take advantage of this.
Great find, thanks. Booked return journey in school holidays (August) for just £79. P & O wanted £75 for just one of the journeys! Now to find deals on the rest of Europe.
Thanks OP.
I use the tesco rewards vouchers for euro tunnel crossings .. but this is a very good price for the ferry.
speric07

I use the tesco rewards vouchers for euro tunnel crossings .. but this is … I use the tesco rewards vouchers for euro tunnel crossings .. but this is a very good price for the ferry.


Downside of this is that you have to shop at Tesco and pay over the top in the first place!
I can make a booking for a car, but not a car & trailer, it says no sailings available.
montfortman

Downside of this is that you have to shop at Tesco and pay over the top … Downside of this is that you have to shop at Tesco and pay over the top in the first place!



Not if you are filling up a company car, so get the money back anyway. Don't pretend to know me ... you don't ... I shop at Aldi.

EDIT why don't you use your clubcard vouchers to do the same ... from your deals it looks like you shop there!
Edited by: "speric07" 6th Jan 2013
speric07

Not if you are filling up a company car, so get the money back anyway. … Not if you are filling up a company car, so get the money back anyway. Don't pretend to know me ... you don't ... I shop at Aldi. ;)EDIT why don't you use your clubcard vouchers to do the same ... from your deals it looks like you shop there!


You were obviously clever enough to find out the deals I have posted but not clever enough to read them, if you did you would see that the Tesco deals are done in a sarcastic manner highlighting Tesco blatantly ripping people off. By the way I also shop at Aldi
montfortman

You were obviously clever enough to find out the deals I have posted but … You were obviously clever enough to find out the deals I have posted but not clever enough to read them, if you did you would see that the Tesco deals are done in a sarcastic manner highlighting Tesco blatantly ripping people off. By the way I also shop at Aldi



Dude you are nuts, you trawl round Tesco's in order to find a non-deal, just so you can troll your own deals!

Conversation ended.
Typical, just booked last week and opted for tunnel as not used it before, only £20 more but cuts a fair bit of time from journey.
However if someone knows how to get a car to Ireland cheaply I would love to know, quotes I've had start at £288 return in June.

Seems the Irish love to rip people off, last time I was there I had a meal in a bar then they tell me their card machine didn't work (but it accepted other locals cards) eventually had to pay pounds for Euros when rate was 1.6 to the pound! Moral learnt, never travel to the south without ample euros when you are English.
Wouldn't be going again but I have relations there I haven't seen in years.
"Offer is valid for a car and up to 4 people or motorcycle/motorcycle + sidecar/trailer combination and up to 2 people. Not available for other vehicle types."

No good for campervans but hot deal anyway.
Just looked and for a car of 6 people for us was £76.00. Might look at going to France for the summer holiday now.
Easy Action Baby

"Offer is valid for a car and up to 4 people or motorcycle/motorcycle + … "Offer is valid for a car and up to 4 people or motorcycle/motorcycle + sidecar/trailer combination and up to 2 people. Not available for other vehicle types."No good for campervans but hot deal anyway.



It lists two different types of car, small car <1.85mx4.5m and large car <2.35mx7m. My VW camper is 2.1m x 5m so is classed as a large car, no reason why they should question it.
Heat added. We are going to Paris in Feb half term and hadn't got round to booking ferry! £46 return. Bargain. I always use DFDS anyway.
Edited by: "Miketango35" 23rd Jan 2013
pugw$sh

It lists two different types of car, small car





FAQ about vehicle type says this;

Motorhome under 2.35m high and 7m long

This vehicle type includes all motorhomes/campervans (with windows, sleeping and cooking facilities) where the total height is under 2.35 metres and total length is less than 7metres. A maximum of 9 passengers allowed to travel with this vehicle type.

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