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Can anyone book Wightlink ferries at a reduced rate?

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harman Thu 10-May-07 11:25:23

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harman Thu 10-May-07 20:14:56

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pickledpear Thu 10-May-07 20:15:43

how long do you want to travel?

harman Thu 10-May-07 20:17:01

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pickledpear Thu 10-May-07 20:22:20

right well i will see how cheap it comes out for me i live here and i normally can get it cheaper for my friends when i go online what dates and what time of day and is it only a car and 2 adults 2 child over 5???

harman Thu 10-May-07 20:26:55

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pickledpear Thu 10-May-07 20:28:14

right i just go investigate

LadyMacbeth Thu 10-May-07 20:37:55

This may not be the best suggestion after your recent Tesco debacle Harman, but if you have any of their Clubcard vouchers knocking around, you can use them to part pay for Wightlink tickets. (4 x the voucher value).

V expensive isn't it. e're thinking of going to IOW this summer and I was at the fares.

pickledpear Thu 10-May-07 20:56:16

right well me shocked too perhaps ring them or contact their customer care line as the fares are as follows;

12.30 ferry 28/07
13.45 ferry 04/08
£164.00

if i was to do that journey the other way around same day same time but from island to mainland it £79.00 standard IOW resident
or standard return £143.00

what a difference

harman Thu 10-May-07 22:13:44

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pickledpear Thu 10-May-07 22:17:53

get onto wightlink and ask why? price is sooo different

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