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Irish Ferries Fare Deals for Premier League Soccer Season

Irish Ferries Fare Deals for Premier League Soccer Season

With the whistle about to blow to start another season of Premier League football in Britain, Irish Ferries is preparing to accommodate the exodus of soccer fans who will depart each weekend to support their favourite teams in Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham and elsewhere. Irish Ferries Ships 1

With kick-off set for this Saturday, 17th August, the ferry operator is rolling out a range of autumn and winter fares and deals on its Ireland to UK routes. The keynote offer sees day trips by coach, inclusive of match ticket and return ferry travel from €169 per person return. For fans seeking an extended stay, one night’s hotel accommodation, coach, return ferry travel and match ticket starts at €209 per person.

Tailored to suit a family of fans, Irish Ferries is offering return ferry crossing for a car, two adults and two children from €245, while return ship and rail fares to Manchester or Liverpool start at €90 per person.

Dermot Merrigan, Head of Passenger Sales, said: “From now until next summer, Irish Ferries will be putting Premier League competition within reach of every Irish football fan through our host of packages designed to suit supporters of all ages.”

Full details can be found on a dedicated football page on the company’s website www.irishferries.com/en/football-breaks/ or by calling 0818 300 400.

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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