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mike360

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935 posts

114 months

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Anybody booked a short stay saver , in order to get the cost down of the outward leg , but not completed the return leg . and then done the reverse on the way back ?

Would Euro-Tunnel , decide to then charge the full fare

neil-f

1,512 posts

93 months

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If you read the small print you will see if you don't return on the ticket you will be charged full rate.

yellowgriff

1,422 posts

68 months

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Dont know how often you travel with them, But im a frequent traveller with them. You can pre buy 5 return tickets at £350,00 that some times works out cheaper than 1 return trip

CJ.OK

346 posts

96 months

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mike360 said:
Anybody booked a short stay saver , in order to get the cost down of the outward leg , but not completed the return leg . and then done the reverse on the way back ?

Would Euro-Tunnel , decide to then charge the full fare
I've done this half a dozen times now and i've never been charged the full rate.

Its a good way to get a return down under £100 i find type

Someone who'd been doing it for years recommended it to me and i've never looked back since...... I thought most people knew this little loophole whistle
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