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Wightlink launches £10 Early Bird prices for Isle of Wight Festival 2019

The Isle of Wight Festival may be over for another year, and those who enjoyed it, or even missed out, will already be looking ahead to next year’s experience.

So, with the sounds of Summer 2019 already ringing, Wightlink has launched its Early Bird prices for crossings to Isle of Wight Festival 2019.

With festival experiences costing from just £156 including ferry and weekend camping tickets, there is no reason to miss out on the fun next year.

Travelling by Car
Available until end of December, Early Bird return day trip car crossings are priced from £42.50, short stay car crossings are priced from £77.50, and longer stay car crossings from £62.50.

Travelling by Foot
Available until 1 June 2019, Early Bird return foot passenger crossings are priced from £10 for a day trip and from £16 for stays longer than one day. 

To register early for the best deal, visit www.wightlink.co.uk/iowf19

For other Wightlink reservations, use the search engine below.

Posted on 1st July 2018 at 11:02 am in Ferry Operators | Wightlink | Ferry News |

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