P&O to offer truckers free meals on Dover-Calais route next month

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P&O to offer truckers free meals on Dover-Calais route next month

Ferry operator P&O is to offer lorry drivers on its off-peak services between Dover and Calais a free meal each for the entire month of February.

P&O claim the offer is aimed at making things more enjoyable for truckers in light of the difficulties caused by coronavirus and Brexit.

Full details of the offer are available below.

Please note that Trans.INFO is not affiliated or associated with P&O. We have simply posted news of this offer as it may be handy for some of our readers to know and take advantage of.

January has been a tough month for freight drivers in light of new Brexit regulations and COVID-19 restrictions, and to ensure that February is more enjoyable, we’re offering free food to freight drivers on our Dover to Calais route. 

When freight drivers travel on one of our off-peak sailings throughout February, they’ll be able to claim a free meal during their trip. These sailings include those between midnight and 8am Monday to Friday and all weekend sailings between midnight on Friday and 8am on Monday. Claiming their free meal is easy, they simply need to show their freight boarding ticket and they’ll get their chosen dish on us. Please note that this offer is available for two people per vehicle. 

Our talented team of onboard chefs have been putting together a menu of tasty options, including customer favourites such as fish and chips, beef stew, and a full English breakfast. All meals are created to be filling and hearty, so freight drivers will be refreshed, refuelled, and ready to continue their journeys. 

Once they’ve finished their meal, drivers can spend time browsing our World Duty Free shop which offers up to 50% off high street prices. Plus, as an extra treat for freight drivers, they can secure an additional 10% off all products (excluding Chanel, tobacco, newspapers, and magazines). 

We are pleased to be able to offer freight drivers free food in February, and look forward to welcoming them on board.

Photo credit: Michiel Hendryckx / Wikimedia Commons

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