Rob Ganley
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DFDS Seaways has teamed up with Camping Cheques to offer motorcaravanners a Channel ferry crossing from just £37 each way when they purchase three Cheques.

DFDS Seaways has teamed up with Camping Cheques to offer motorcaravanners a Channel ferry crossing from just £37 each way when they purchase three Cheques.

 

The Cheques – which can be redeemed for a night's pitch at campsites across Europe during the low season – cost £13.95 each, and you must buy at least three to qualify for the deal. The crossing is from Dover-Dunkerque, and can be taken during 2012; prices start at £37 each way but depend on the day and time you're planning to travel. Supplements apply for motorhomes more than seven metres in length.

 

You'll need to book by 19 December to get this special deal; for more information, click here.

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