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CAMPING CHEQUE IS offering its lowest fares and a VIP upgrade on DFDS Seaways (Norfolkline) ferry crossings between Dover and Dunkerque if you book a crossing before 20 December. For some crossings with Brittany Ferries your caravan could travel for free.

CAMPING CHEQUE IS offering its lowest fares and a VIP upgrade on DFDS Seaways (Norfolkline) ferry crossings between Dover and Dunkerque if you book a crossing before 20 December. For some crossings with Brittany Ferries your caravan could travel for free.

 

The DFDS crossing, for a car, caravan and four people, can cost as little as £37 each way if you buy a minimum of three Camping Cheques when you pay for your crossing. That price requires an outward crossing on a Sunday, returning on a Friday, and the crossings can be made at any time on those days and at any time of the year up to 15 December 2011.

 

Free VIP lounge upgrade

When you make this booking you are also entitled to a free upgrade to the VIP lounge for up to four people. This gives you access to complimentary refreshments, newspapers and comfortable seats.

 

The free caravan crossings, from Portsmouth to Caen and Plymouth to Roscoff, with Brittany Ferries are limited to certain dates and times and are also dependant on buying three Camping Cheques and booking before 20 December.

 

Savings of up to 60% on site feesCamping Cheque fan

Camping Cheques cost £13.95 and are redeemable at more than 600 sites in 29 countries. One cheque will pay for one night’s stay on a pitch with hook-up for two people at the participating sites and, says Camping Cheque, can offer savings of up to 60% of a site’s normal fees.

 

If you buy 15 cheques, you get an extra cheque free. The cheques are accepted all year, although some sites will not take them during July and August. Visit www.campingcheque.co.uk for booking and site information.

 

The 2011 site directory will be available in December at www.alanrogers.com/directory and can be downloaded for free.

 

 

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