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Scotland from just £10‏ - Stena Line Belfast - Stranraer - Day Trips
Scotland from just £10‏ - Stena Line Belfast - Stranraer - Day Trips

Scotland from just £10‏ - Stena Line Belfast - Stranraer - Day Trips

We’ve teamed up with the Daily Mirror to bring you exclusive travel offers to Scotland saving you up to 50% OFF normal fares.

Take advantage of a day trip by foot from only £10 per person or go by car from just £20 per person*.

We’ve also got a great range of day trips by coach from only £15 per person; you could be sightseeing in Ayr, shopping in Glasgow or thrill seeking at M&D’s Theme Park. We’ve even got family fun day cruises from only £5 per person!

Don’t miss out - pick up your copy of the Daily Mirror this Saturday!

8 Comments

Original Poster

For those voting negative, this is an excellent saving for those families wishing to go on a day trip

sprocket

For those voting negative, this is an excellent saving for those families … For those voting negative, this is an excellent saving for those families wishing to go on a day trip



it sure is btw - I live in Scotland and make regular trips to see friends in Ireland

Have some heat from me!

Great deal. If only they did cheap returns that were longer than a day too. Extortionate prices on ferries from Scotland to N.Ire for a family of four in August

Exactly. You can get a ferry to Spain cheaper than Scotland to Ireland. Car, two adults and 2 kids in June for the short crossing £300+

Easyjet plus hire car is way cheaper if you book early. Stena is a joke.
Edited by: "Lakeside" 6th Aug 2010

But you have to get to Stranrear first!!!!

I cant see any coupons in the Daily Mirror as stated in Terms and Conditions of offer.

Original Poster

Page 26

There was a great offer on now sadly finished for £50 return for a car and 2 passagers return and £10 for an extra passanger after that, and it booked up quickly, do Stena line not realise in the times of bad sales these deals should be done more often they would make more money selling these great deals because more people would buy them rather than paying big money for a day trip.
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