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    DFDS discount code for 2020 crossing?

    I am after a discount code for the Newcastle ferry for 2020 if anyone can help?


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    I think you'll find that they don't do one as such.

    They usually do an 'early booking' discount sometime in the autumn....I got 15 % this last year.

    Keep an eye on their website....if I get an email notification I'll spread it about!

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    Subscribe to their email - they have short term offers if bookings are lower than expected - currently 25% off sailings booked this month for 2019 as I guess there might be some event reducing bookings

    also, check cashback sites https://www.topcashback.co.uk/dfds-seaways/ 4.2%
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    Quote Originally Posted by wessie View Post
    Subscribe to their email - they have short term offers if bookings are lower than expected - currently 25% off sailings booked this month for 2019 as I guess there might be some event reducing bookings

    also, check cashback sites https://www.topcashback.co.uk/dfds-seaways/ 4.2%
    Thanks, I did sign up last night after reading some older threads.

    Will look at the cashback option as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gerarddwatts View Post
    I think you'll find that they don't do one as such.

    They usually do an 'early booking' discount sometime in the autumn....I got 15 % this last year.

    Keep an eye on their website....if I get an email notification I'll spread it about!
    It is a bit early I know but apart from 1 night all accommodation is booked for the trip so just wanted to get the crossings sorted as well. Hopefully as you say they will do something in the Autumn.

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    is P&O Hull an option as well? I had £30 cashback paid for a £54.50 Dover crossing in June - again, a late offer due to low level of bookings that I only found out about via subscription to an email
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave hendy View Post
    I am after a discount code for the Newcastle ferry for 2020 if anyone can help?


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    Quote Originally Posted by wessie View Post
    is P&O Hull an option as well? I had £30 cashback paid for a £54.50 Dover crossing in June - again, a late offer due to low level of bookings that I only found out about via subscription to an email
    Good question not sure would be the answer? That’s because it’s for my mate who lives in Edinburgh, he always uses that crossing or the tunnel but after his experience this year at the tunnel on the hottest day he won’t use it again!


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