All Calais Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
they did a 'buy £300' offer in 2015
£250? Go to Asda and buy 83 bottles of £3 wine (y)
Haven’t they been doing this for ages?
Yes, Eurostar & ferries are normally cheap for day returns, but the price always seems to go up dramatically for longer stays. This is a good deal for 2 days, plus you get all the booze too :)
Where do you add the code for the wine?
I used this today and i got 3 bottles Red and 3 bottles White on the way out. Plus a GREAT day out in Calais and Bruges. Shame about the earlier rain but was worth the two countries one day trip. Thanks OP! Massive heat!
Only £29 to go from dover to calais... some over there in calais would give out their lives to travel the other way around
But they're French...
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How did you get £27. I can do £29 not that I'm fussed over 2 quid.
where do you claim the free wine from?
Went yesterday on this deal and the wine is banrock station as in the picture.
If you’re going to Calais to buy booze, don’t book for a Sunday as the big Carrefour is closed then. The free ferry wine is pretty dire - JP Chenet and the like - give it to someone who’s not fussy and buy some French wine in the supermarket where it’ll be at least £3 a bottle cheaper than in Blighty.
Heat added (y)
Great Deal, Did this last year - wine was Banrock Station Shiraz which was quite drinkable. Combine it with a 'Baccy Run' to Adinkerke - Win Win Just booked mine, Sat 7/10/17 £29 return
Hi, would like to do the overnight. Has anybody tried the telephone booking? Is this deal still active? Their T&Cs says for travel between 19th January and 30th March 2017. And your T&Cs says Book this offer from 18th June until 2nd July 2017 and travel from 20th June until 20th July 2017.
God no, I don't read the Daily Mail. I'm a REMOANER and proud of it!
Wrong way round 9 people 1 bottle not 1 person 9 bottles ;-)
You sound like a BREXITER! Guys like you are the ones who put us in this mess!!
What is night time to them
But I can't go back in time, so that makes this a good deal.
I'll do the maths for you: £29 rtn = £14.50 e/w - good deal! £30 one way = more than double the old PO offer. I know it's an abstract concept but I've done my best to explain.
Used DFDS year before last having used Brittany Ferries in the past. My only advice is take a pack lunch with you. The food on the crossing is the very worst microwave meals and hideously expensive.
sun offer cold as an iceberg
Do any car rentals not charge for cross border travel?
Byrne sounds like an Irish migrant name
I said I would not risk my car after they smashed a megabus window i was on. Im not reading anything apart from books/magazines. I do not read newspapers and do not have a TV.
I have been to France tonnes of times in the past couple of years and literally know No one who have had their car smashed. What BS are you reading?!
If you don't fancy their wine (which is sometimes not available and they give you Rose instead) then use the code EXPRESS which on a like for like basis was £10 cheaper for next week.
nah sorry mate money going to fund nhs
free refugee included
The wine provided on these deals is awful but most of us have friends who aren't too fussy and will take them. The main thing is that it's a good price for a day return with up to 9 people and your car. I generally head to Carrefour at Cite Europe and sometimes to Adinkerke for cigarettes. If you're heading to buy wine/food then avoid Sundays when the supermarkets are closed. P&O provide a guide for a walking tour of Calais. http://www.poferries.com/medias/sys_master/h68/h54/9000930443294.pdf
Love to give this a try but would make it a hell of a long day traveling down from Manchester... :(
Have to travel before 13th December http://www.poferries.com/en/dover-calais/offers/caravan-20-offer?Promotion=ECHV20
Smuggle home a Syrian and get £1000 cashback.!!!
The situation at calais is worse between 11pm and 6am. I'm a coach driver and I go over twice a month, sometimes more. It isn't very nice. If anything, the news don't portray how bad it is. I have had the immigrants climbing all over my coach. I've had them trying to get in. They never seem to bother cars though.
The last time I travelled back, on September 8th, there were running battles between the police and the migrants, on the motorway. There were hundreds of police with tear gas, rocks being thrown, cars being attacked... The tension in that camp is running very high and will only get worse as more turn up.
I travel almost every few weeks by the Le shuttle - how is it getting really bad?
Are the deals that good with the pound-euro rate at the moment? Been ages since I went that way.
Thanks, save £10 for return tickets, great!
£10 saved for return ticked to Dunkerque. Just what I needed:)
Tried Newcastle/Amsterdam didn't work.