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how long car i keep my engish car in spain??

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Re: how long car i keep my engish car in spain??

Post Posted: Mon Jun 26, 2006 2:46 pm

- pauld

I may be wrong here, but I think that if you book a booze cruise but dont use the return ticket in time the ferry company will charge your credit card with the full one way travel fare.

edited to add, just checked the conditions specified by Brittany Ferried and they say:

"These fares are subject to restricted durations and are only valid providing both the outward and return journeys are completed as specified on the ticket.
If both journeys are not completed your outward travel will be considered a "single" journey and re-priced at the single tariff. Any additional payment due will be collected from the credit/debit card used for the original payment.
No refunds, amendments carry a £25 fee."


I wonder if it matters - either you get away with it and don't get charged or they do charge you - which you would have paid anyway - so maybe you can't lose.

I think it is ridiculous that a return is say £40 and a one-way £70. It just makes people mad but I guess there is some logic in it somewhere.

Mark


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