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25% off selected fares by DFDS
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Posted 24th Feb 2020Posted 24th Feb 2020
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Just paste voucher at the start of your booking. Hope it works. Cheers!
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GlitchFace

And a nice deadly virus to boot... (ninja)

den169

Over 60s get 20% off by ringing them.

mboard42

Seems to be Dover to Calais only.

2 Night Cruise from Oslo to Copenhagen £4.26p/p (£8.52 total) @ DFDS
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Posted 24th Oct 2019Posted 24th Oct 2019
2 Night Cruise from Oslo to Copenhagen £4.26p/p (£8.52 total) @ DFDS£8.52DFDS Seaways Deals
The page is in Norwegian, it is therefore advised that you use a translation tool (e.g Google translate plugin) to aid you through the booking process. Dates are available for Mond… Read more
Eden0032

Good find... I set sail on Monday for the last deal, can't wait!

sparkykev

Two nights on a ferry on a rough, cold, dark winter sea for five or so hours in Copenhagen, maybe less time if the ferry is delayed. No thanks.

jumpinoffthbed

Can you see a fair bit of Copenhagen in a day? Also what's the journey like? I'm not amazing at Sea admittedly, done a 4 hour ferry once and was ok after a tablet but 2 hours whale watching on choppy waters had me sick as a goat.. this seems a very cheap way to visit 2 expensive places but should I just fly to both destinations separately?

ToeCrusher

Was on this cruise back in 2004. It's 16 hours one side.

Besford

Cruise? It's a bl@@dy car ferry, like that one full of geordies from newcastle.

2 night mini return cruise from Oslo to Copenhagen 89p (Min 2 Passengers) - £1.78 total @ DFDS
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Posted 24th Sep 2019Posted 24th Sep 2019
2 night mini return cruise from Oslo to Copenhagen 89p (Min 2 Passengers) - £1.78 total @ DFDS£1.78DFDS Seaways Deals
Silly price :D Useful if you have already booked a trip to Oslo or are looking for something to do. The page is in Norwegian, it is therefore advised that you use a translation to… Read more
Eden0032

Here we go, about to board! Thanks for the bargain @reindeer333

Cdnintheuk

Is there anything to see on journey? Or I should it all about shopping? How long is trip?

Petetobin

For Cruise read Ferry

Eden0032

Thanks for your post - this is very helpful!

distinfran

Just back from Copenhagen booked the minicruise when it was offered as a freebie on Danish Diabetes deal a couple of months ago. Had a great time although the offer said 2 minimum it did let me book solo. The food package deal offered is not necessary as there are 2 restaurants that do not need reservations. I ate at both. They do an amazing buffet breakfast at about £14 which will last all day. Cereals, cooked breakfast, pancakes, salad, meat, cheese, bread, fruit, danish pastries and three or four types of yoghurt. There was juice, tea, coffee and hot chocolate to drink. Also options for gluten free soya etc. I noticed that the car passengers brought cool bags on board and there is a hot water tap near the coffee shop that people used to make hot drinks and fill flasks as kettles are not allowed to be used in the cabin. There were trips offered in Oslo which is about a 20 min walk from the port. I flew into Copenhagen for a few days - easy to get from airport 36dkk each way and 26 bus will take you to the port. Ryan air have been doing flights from Stansted at £14.99 when I last looked and Southend has flights at £4.99 showing before I went.

Return flight to Copenhagen + 2 night mini cruise Copenhagen to Oslo £29p/p (£58 total) (Sep - Dec dates / Departing STN) @ DFDS/Ryanair
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Posted 1st Sep 2019Posted 1st Sep 2019
Return flight to Copenhagen + 2 night mini cruise Copenhagen to Oslo £29p/p (£58 total) (Sep - Dec dates / Departing STN) @ DFDS/Ryanair£58DFDS Seaways Deals
Fantastic price to visit both Denmark and Norway :D The price is based on departing from London Stansted on the 26th October and returning on the 31st October with the cruise lasti… Read more
Gopher42

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alecb

Looks like you've got a lot of digging to do to make a case! Up to you whether you feel it's worth pursuing. Did you get names of any other passengers do u might try for a combined legal case? Best of luck whatever u do!

Lexeus

Yea, I looked and you can file a claim online with the Irish small claims court equivalent. The grey area is that they said they won't pay because of 'exceptional circumstances'. Basically (in the words of the captain) the flight the day before had a warning light come on which was fixed on the ground before they then flew the next flight out to my departure, during which the warning light came on again and so we couldn't leave until the engineers had "fixed" it again. Then when I made the claim apparently the reason why we left so late was because the previous flight was struck by lightning..... and they say that is exceptional circumstances. Frankly I don't think they are in the right, but as it's Ryanair I don't expect them to obey the law.....

alecb

I've done it successfully a few times over the years. Just make sure that you have a watertight case ie that you have correct grounds for the compensation and not what you "think" you are due. If you have good grounds they will probably not defend it and you win your case. Ryanair is an Eire based company so I'm not sure what effect that might have in Court. Give it a go. I think the cost is £35 so you have a lot to gain and not much to lose. Good luck!

Lexeus

Have you done it successfully? It has only been 10months so I could still go down that route, as I hit a brick wall with complaining.

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(4 Adults) 2 Night Mini cruise to Amsterdam + 1hr Canal Ride +  Drink at Amsterdam Pub (Aug- Oct dates departing Newcastle) £36.09p/p @ DFDS
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Posted 18th Jul 2019Posted 18th Jul 2019
(4 Adults) 2 Night Mini cruise to Amsterdam + 1hr Canal Ride + Drink at Amsterdam Pub (Aug- Oct dates departing Newcastle) £36.09p/p @ DFDS£144.36DFDS Seaways Deals
Low price if you fancy a short break :) Select the option with the arrow (1st image below) :) Different dates have differing cabin availability, although the price is based on an… Read more
tristan_cook

The deal aside, travelling to the Netherlands is great ( Im currently here with my wife and 2 1/2 yr old) for kids. They cap train costs to i think 27 euros. Rotterdam has a great park for young children (Plaswijck park) and also there is an amazing theme park (Efteling) the school holidays end the last week in August for most of the Dutch children so that first week in September is a great time to visit as its the beginning of the low season.

Bossworld

Was over £450 for flights for the same dates we wanted unfortunately. Figured the kids might fancy the ferry as an adventure, the one time I've done it (back in 2011) I honestly felt like I was still on a boat about two days later. Got a city centre hotel for about £110

redbalthazar

Our family love this trip, parents and two small boys. Someone always comes on these threads and says, "Bobbing about in the North Sea for two days isn't my idea of a cruise." Got a laugh once and can't let it go, should be along soon...

gizzygoo

It’s worth noting that the transfer from the ship into Amsterdam and back isn’t included and is £14rtn per person

ozzmosiz

Canal or anal ride....you choose

Return flight to Copenhagen + 2 night mini cruise Copenhagen to Oslo £23p/p (£46 total) (Aug - Dec dates / Depart SEN or STN) @ DFDS/Ryanair
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Posted 1st Jul 2019Posted 1st Jul 2019
Return flight to Copenhagen + 2 night mini cruise Copenhagen to Oslo £23p/p (£46 total) (Aug - Dec dates / Depart SEN or STN) @ DFDS/Ryanair£46DFDS Seaways Deals
Insane price to visit the Nordics :D Additionally, within your £23 spend, £6 will be donated to the Danish Diabetes Association (the cruise is free in return) :) The price is bas… Read more
sierra111

It should be your own cabin

vaiopup

Love to do this but so messy with living in the Shire ( as in Devon...heck still waiting on local news in HD (lol) ). As for five countries in three days, I just did 3 in 10 days in the Baltic and that was busy enough. :/

shirlsky

Will I need to share a cabin if I travel on my own and choose a 3 or 4 cabin? Is it cheaper to book food during booking or is it the same price on the ferry?

AFRogers

Then don’t be that guy I guess?

c58

really hate to be that guy but going to places just to tick boxes really is pointless. 9 hours in krakow and an airport hotel in vienna .... i mean the first 2 days just sounds absolutely hellish. each to their own i guess but this really sounds like an awful way to waste 3 days.