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Brittany Ferry Code

Hi All

Does anyone have a Brittany Ferry code we could use for our sailing in December please.

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Pm on its way

Remember Jo Cox and what she stood for.

Any comments above are only MY OPINION and should be read as that.

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By all means feel free to use mine
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Beware, under the terms of the BF scheme, it s not permitted to openly share your number like that, if BF become aware then they will disallow your code and cancel membership.....

There speaks the voice of experience as it happened to me when I did exactly that...

If you can still edit the post, remove your number now to avoid trouble, by my reckoning you have about 7 minutes to do that before the one hour edit limit kicks in....
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If anyone would like my code please PM me.

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Its not the destination that matters.

It's who you share the journey with (even if like me, it’s in a caravan!)
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Thanks for the heads up, didn't know that.
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Thats cos BF want you to stump up the £90 to join yourself. Hardly worth it for one trip a year.

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Thats cos BF want you to stump up the £90 to join yourself. Hardly worth it for one trip a year.

Ray.
But it’s certainly worth asking a Club Voyage member (like me!) for a code.

We go across a couple of times a year at least and, because we are tuggers so have to basically pay for two car spaces on the deck, the savings are very worthwhile. In fact we save just over the cost of a years membership (about a fiver) per trip. Any additional trips involve a pretty substantial 30% saving especially on our “local” Poole - Cherbourg crossing.

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We became members of BF Owners Abroad (as it was then) about 11 years ago when we bought our house, we travelled over (to cut the grasss and sweep up the dead flies) virtually every holiday except Christmas.

We then converted a barn to a luxury gite and it is perfectly OK to pass on the code to family and gite renters, so we do. We get a £10 allowance towards a ferry trip each time our code is used (same as Mr Plodd) up to a maximum of £150.

Most years we get a £30 - £40 allowance.

We also get UP TO a 30% discount off our bookings, note that bit "up to"....... it is generally 20%. AND we get a discount off meals and a free breakfast (basic) so to us it generally represents good value - we do 3 or 4 trips each year so the £90 per year cost is covered, although BF is by far the most expensive crossing of all - they will justifiably claim that is because it is the LONGEST crossing.

All of these details can be covered if you take the tine to read the terms and conditions for the scheme - where the restrictions on sharing your code are also explained.

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Yes Dave. I would 'join' if we crossed more than once a year but we don't so it it's not economic for us. Plus we can get 20% via a friend.

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