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LD Lines loyalty scheme

LD Lines' new frequent traveller scheme seems to have passed by somewhat un-noticed on the France forums:

http://www.ldlines.co.uk/loyalty-program.html

It will probably look more attractive at the end of the month when the two crossings per weekday service starts at Portsmouth.


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Looks good to me...

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Other than getting 1000's of loyalty miles for each trip I cannot see at what rate/value they can be redeemed at or am I being thick?

If you have spent say £100 on crossings how much discount will that get you against further ones?

Or to put it another way, how many times do you have to make a crossing before getting a free one?


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Useful to  remember that Transmanche do a 20% discount for
  • senior over 60 
  • youth under 25
  • student under 27
  • disabled person
It cannot be done by booking on line but only by telephoning - UK contact number for UK to France and French number for France to UK.

Booked today for Dieppe to Newhaven return in February.  Car and two was £125 less 20% plus a £2 fee for booking by telephone - Total £102.  A useful saving for those who qualify. 

http://www.transmancheferries.co.uk/tariffs.html

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Its all on their website

So if you take a typical return cost of £250 including cabins that would earn 2500 points.

An off peak return needs 8500 points plus 7500 points for the cabin (one day 7 one night) so that means one free trip for every six/seven paid.


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After one year's membership, I have just booked a return trip between Newhaven and Dieppe, fare £150 - actual cost to me - FREE!

That was 8500 loyalty points.


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Nice one Mel, and it took you less than a year, from your above post. roughly how many trips did you make?
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 Weegie wrote:
Useful to  remember that Transmanche do a 20% discount for
  • senior over 60 
  • youth under 25
  • student under 27
  • disabled person
It cannot be done by booking on line but only by telephoning - UK contact number for UK to France and French number for France to UK.

Booked today for Dieppe to Newhaven return in February.  Car and two was £125 less 20% plus a £2 fee for booking by telephone - Total £102.  A useful saving for those who qualify. 

http://www.transmancheferries.co.uk/tariffs.html


This link didn't work, but by footling around I got there, to find that this discount only applies to Newhaven-Dieppe

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