The Coast Saver Fare promotions starts soon – I can afford the Ferry for at least 12 days now… barely

BC Ferries will be running a Coast Saver Fare promotion in June to encourage mid-week travel between Vancouver and Vancouver Island. Savings are up to 33% off our regular fares. The program is as follows: * Savings of up to 33% on select fares * Valid routes are Tsawwassen – Swartz Bay; Tsawwassen – Duke Point; Horseshoe Bay – Departure Bay *

Savings are only valid on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and include all sailings on those days * Dates of the promotion are between June 2 – June 25. 12 days in total * For Tour Operators and Sightseeing Companies: Your rates will be reduced at the terminal or at the invoicing stage *  This mid-week special will be in effect for 12 days only in June beginning on Tuesday June 2 and ending on Thursday June 25.

The CoastSaver sailings are: June 2, 3, 4 June 9, 10, 11 June 16, 17, 18 June 23, 24, 25 We encourage you to spread the news to staff, family and friends and use this as a sales tool to increase business.

For more information visit http://www.bcferries.com for more details. BC Ferries Major Route Coast Saver Rates: June 2, 3, 4 June 9, 10, 11 June 16, 17, 18 June 23, 24, 25

BASE FARE Coastsaver Fare PASSENGER Adult 13.50 9.00 Children (from 5 to 11 years of age) 6.75 4.50 Infant (under 5 years of age) FREE FREE GROUP FARES (16 or more passengers) Adult 11.50 7.65 Children (from 5 to 11 years of age) 5.75 3.85 BC RESIDENT ASSISTANCE PROGRAM Student (school event) Adult 6.75 4.50 Children (from 5 to 11 years of age) 3.40 2.25 Permanently Disabled & Escort Adult 6.75 4.50 Children (from 5 to 11 years of age) 3.40 2.25 Senior (Monday to Thursday excluding Statutory Holidays) FREE FREE PASSENGER VEHICLE Underheight (up to 20 Feet) 45.00 30.00 – extra length per foot 2.25 No Change Overheight (up to 20 Feet) 72.00 48.00 – extra length per foot 3.60 No Change Motorcycle 22.50 15.00 BUS (per foot) 3.65 No Change COMMERCIAL VEHICLE (per foot) 5.05 No Change BICYCLE or STOWAGE 2.00 No Change

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2 Comments

  1. Have always wondered what they mean by Senior. 55? 60? 65? Do you have to show ID? IS there a BC seniors’ card? All answers of pressing importance to this super low-income 58-year-old woman.


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