A fiver may not buy much these days but with leading ferry company Stena Line it can certainly take you far! The brand new Fiver Fever offer will allow you to travel across the Irish Sea for a fun-filled adventure in Britain but you’ll have to be quick as you only have four days to bag a bargain.

From only £5 you can purchase a single foot passenger fare from Belfast to Cairnryan or Belfast to Liverpool, available to book from Friday 16th March to Monday 19th March for travel up to 16th December 2018.

Orla Noonan, Travel Commercial Manager (Irish Sea North) said: “We are so excited to launch our Fiver Fever fare which gives customers the opportunity to enjoy an exciting trip for unbeatable value!

“Our fares which start from only £5 are available to book from March 16th – 19th so you’ll have to be quick to ensure you can secure a bargain. This is the perfect opportunity to organisea fun trip with friends, a visit to see family or even a present for a loved one and all from only £5! It also means you can plan ahead by booking an Easter, summer, Halloween or Christmas break.

“Our Fiver Fever fare allows passengers to visit www.stenaline.co.uk/fiverfever and to find out more about Stena Line go to www.stenaline.co.uk

Terms and conditions apply. See the Stena Line website for more details.

This offer is valid for new single foot passenger bookings and is limited to a promotional allocation only. Valid for travel on the Belfast – Cairnryan and Belfast – Liverpool routes only until 16 December 2018. Must be booked 48 hours in advance of travel and by 19 March at 23.00. No amendments or changes to the booking are permitted once booked. No refunds are available once booked. This offer is not available in conjunction with any other offers or promotions including Tesco Clubcard Boost tokens. Non-web booking fees apply. The fare quoted is inclusive of all fees and dues. Stena Line reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time and all fares are subject to availability, date exclusions apply and terms & conditions apply.

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