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Eurotunnel - can i get away with buying 2 sets of day trips

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
there are some astonishing posts on this thread!

let's be clear: what the OP is gaily proposing to do is fraud; i.e. a species of theft; i.e commit one/more criminal offences. if he/she/anyone else does what is proposed, "they" deserve all the sh*t that will be coming their way: crim record, fine/jail, loss of job, public humiliation, publicity, children persecuted by other children, etc, etc, etc. And all that means...no more skiing hols.

You may think you're a smart-back bottom, OP, but the Boys at Eurotunnel will take great delight when they f*ck you - and they will do, have no doubt about it...

Shall we start a "how to evade tax" thread too, whilst we're at it?

Btw, spare me the anticipated abuse and save yourselves the trouble: I won't be reading anything else on this thread.
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
@janny, spot on hence me sending the link to what happened when a clever dick thought he's find a way to dodge rail tickets. He is banned from working in financial services. Organisations are increasingly using data/analytics/AI in this space and many have the tactics of when they find someone they throw the book publicly at them which acts as a deterrent to the masses. That's before you consider the dynamic that those fiddling the system in effect put up the prices for those who don't fiddle the system . . . . . just like taxes.

I suspect this is not about the OP saving £50 or whatever it is but more about taking pride in beating the system . . . . interesting values/morals.
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 Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Well, the person's real but it's just a made up name, see?
Is anyone aware of "club" discounts (I'm not after discount codes, but trying to work out whether I should join any clubs!) for the Eurotunnel FT or FT-Flexi deals? The Eurotunnel website mentions that these exist, and the fact that some tour operators offer flexi as a free/cheap upgrade suggests the bulk discounts are meaningful.

Maybe an opportunity for @admin to juice up the super/mega snowhead deal?
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It was also a very old thread bumped by someone who wanted to do the same years down the line. I don't think there is actually any implication that the OP did this, he was just asking if it was possible to get away with it.
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 Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
Anyway, snowHeads is much more fun if you do.
janny wrote:
... let's be clear: what the OP is gaily proposing to do is fraud; i.e. a species of theft; i.e commit one/more criminal offences. ...

I'm not sure this is correct. There was no suggestion of attempting to travel without a ticket, which might be fraud/theft. At worst it would seem to be a contractual/civil dispute with Eurotunnel.

If you buy two day-return train tickets, and only use one half of each, you are not committing an offence; and people would do it all the time if it was cheaper than a long-term return.

The issue only arises because Eurotunnel have created an odd pricing policy. I am actually surprised that they can get away with enforcing a further debit on your card if you if you try to return at a later date using a correctly purchased valid day return ticket. Seems to me that, if tested in court, that might be an unfair contract term.
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