Bestival has just launched a ticket offer for students in association with Red Funnel. The offer includes a discounted festival ticket and free ferry travel (foot passenger) from Southampton to East Cowes (Isle of Wight) and back again via Red Funnel’s Vehicle Ferry service.
The standard festival price including all booking fees is £206.00 and the standard fee for a return ferry crossing for one foot passenger — at the time of writing — is £17.40, including all fees. The discounted student price is £190.95 providing a saving of a little over £32, which approximates to a 15% discount.
The offer must be claimed by June 1st.
BUY STUDENT TICKETS VIA RED FUNNEL
The ferry travel included can be used for outward journeys on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th September and returns on Sunday 7th or Mon 8th September 2014.
The offer is open to all full time students with a valid NUS/ISIC/Union card which means students at the University of Southampton and at other universities whose unions are not NUS-affiliated are able to claim the offer. More information and the full terms and conditions are available via Red Funnel.
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