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Old 20 Jan 23, 03:32 PM  
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Depends on your situation.

I Live in Folkestone and get cheap cross channel travel so totally worth it for me and can. and have done. pop over for the day. 6 trips last year so more than paid for itself.
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Old 20 Jan 23, 03:45 PM  
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Depends on your situation.

I Live in Folkestone and get cheap cross channel travel so totally worth it for me and can. and have done. pop over for the day. 6 trips last year so more than paid for itself.
Im in Canterbury and didn't think it felt too far but going for day trips? Thats dedication.

I think we would go more often if the Eurotunnel was cheaper
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Old 20 Jan 23, 04:10 PM  
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You can book any number of nights in an onsite hotel.

I'd ring them and get a price for both your planned trips room only. The hotels.com rooms are available for December, so I'd guess the annual pass rooms are too. Have them check for both magic plus and infinity (which sometimes has a higher discount, but you only need one of the infinity passes to book)

It might work out cheaper to use annual passes, even if you are applying online now and the activate it when posted to you.

Or do the sums for booking your rooms on booking.com now, (they sell room only, hotels.com are packages with tickets).

That is then the max you will pay (unless you wait until after March when they tend to increase annual pass costs).

They are cancelable so if you get a better discount with annual pass you can cancel the booking.com ones later.
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Old 21 Jan 23, 08:21 AM  
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Im in Canterbury and didn't think it felt too far but going for day trips? Thats dedication.

I think we would go more often if the Eurotunnel was cheaper
On one occasion I have left my house and been waiting in the boarding lanes at the tunnel in 9 minutes
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You can book any number of nights in an onsite hotel.

I'd ring them and get a price for both your planned trips room only. The hotels.com rooms are available for December, so I'd guess the annual pass rooms are too. Have them check for both magic plus and infinity (which sometimes has a higher discount, but you only need one of the infinity passes to book)

It might work out cheaper to use annual passes, even if you are applying online now and the activate it when posted to you.

Or do the sums for booking your rooms on booking.com now, (they sell room only, hotels.com are packages with tickets).

That is then the max you will pay (unless you wait until after March when they tend to increase annual pass costs).

They are cancelable so if you get a better discount with annual pass you can cancel the booking.com ones later.
Oh, I thought you could only book 3 nights in onsite hotel with APs? That would make things better if we can book our usual 5-6 nights then
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Yep. No limit on nights (I had 4 last summer). If you're staying onsite anyway the annual passes might make sense.

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