Re: Travelling to the Creuse
by David_J • Thu 30 Oct 2008 11:02
Does anyone know if Tesco Clubcard vouchers can be used against the 10 trip frequent traveller package? If so, how do we go about claiming the discount?As this topic seems to have come to the fore again I thought I would update everybody regarding the tesco deals (I promise I do not have shares in the company just, what seem lately, huge shopping bills!)
My daughter put me on to the idea of taking out a tesco credit card.
Even so the next time we are out to France will be our 7th free trip and we have worked out that we have enough money off vouchers for 3-4 trips for the next 2 years even if we stopped shopping in tesco’s or using the credit card.
HI ...the A85 is indeed open and a great time saver it is...was opened early last year and we use it regularly....we always travel Newhaven/ Dieppe and avoid rouen by using the pont de brotogne, then pick up A28 to Tours, A85 across and then A10/A20 down. Takes us around 5 hours from disembarking the ferry.Our family has been travelling either through or to the creuse for the last 20 years and have set routes depending on how we cross the channel.At Easter we plan to visit via the ferry service to Caen, usually we head for Chartres then A10 & A20 however i wondered if anyone has tried the route to Le Mans/Tours A28 then the new A85 (can someone confirm it is open please) then pick up the A10/A20. I realise we could head cross country after Tours to Chateauroux but we will be pulling a biggish trailer so sometimes it is easier to stay on the motorways.
Anyway your help and experiences would be appreciated.
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