Day Trips to GLASGOW FROM Pounds 5; PLUS: HOTEL BREAKS BY CAR FROM Pounds 58 PER PERSON RETURN*.(Competition/Offers)

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Day Trips to GLASGOW FROM Pounds 5; PLUS: HOTEL BREAKS BY CAR FROM Pounds 58 PER PERSON RETURN*.(Competition/Offers)


THE Sunday Mirror and Stena Line have teamed up once again to bring you four incredible deals on both day trips and hotel short breaks to Scotland.

Starting at the amazing price of just pounds 5 return you could be on your way to a super shopping spree in Ayr or Glasgow with travel on the Stena HSS from Belfast to Stranraer and onward by coach to your destination.

And we've lined up even more great value offers with a range of day trip destinations including IKEA, Braehead Shopping Centre and M&D's Theme Park.

Your pounds 5 will go further this Summer by simply collecting the tokens that will appear in the Daily Mirror from tomorrow until Thursday, May 23. All you need are four differently numbered tokens for any or all of the deals on offer. The first day of booking is Tuesday, May 21.

The first 2,000 seats are available at the massively discounted price of just pounds 5 return per person. But that's not all because we've got great value hotel breaks for readers who want to stay a little longer. Starting at the amazing prize of just pounds 58* per person for a one night break (based on four adults sharing two twin/double rooms and includes return Stena HSS travel from Belfast with car).

OFFER1

DAY TRIPS TO AYR & GLASGOW

FROM ONLY pounds 5 RETURN!

You'll need to book quickly to get your hands on one of the 2,000 tickets priced at just pounds 5. Thereafter the price rises to pounds 14 mid-week and pounds 18 on Saturdays. See below for full dates and itinerary. Our Ayr and Glasgow day trips offer a great day's shopping or sightseeing with fabulous high street stores, elegant boutiques and many other attractions to visit.

All readers will travel on the Stena HSS from Belfast to Stranraer. Check in will be at Belfast Port at 0700 hrs for the morning sailing at 0740hrs. From Stranraer you will be taken by coach to Ayr (Station Hotel) arriving at 1115 hrs and onto Glasgow (Buchanan Bus Station) arriving at 1215 hrs. On the return trip, the coach will leave Glasgow at 1630 hrs* and Ayr at 1730 hrs to catch the 19.35 hrs* sailing back to Belfast, arriving back in Belfast at approximately 2125 hours*. *Saturday sailings are 25 minutes later.

COSTS & DATES

An allocation of pounds 5 seats is available on the May, June and July dates below. Maximum of four persons per booking on the pounds 5 seats. If there are no pounds 5 seats available on your chosen departure dates and you still wish to travel on that date, the remaining seats will be offered at pounds 14 per person (aged 2 and over) on midweek departures and pounds 18 per person (aged 2 and over) on Saturday departures, subject to availability.

Travel dates are May 22, 25 & 29, June 3, 4, 5, 8, 12, 15, 19, 26 & 29 and July 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30 & 31.

OFFER 2

DAY TRIPS TO IKEA GLASGOW/BRAEHEAD FROM JUST pounds 17 PER PERSON RETURN

If it's lots of bargains you are after then where better to shop than IKEA Glasgow or nearby Braehead Shopping Centre. And remember, with our unique "through coaching" service, the same coach will stay with you throughout the day so you can put your shopping on the coach at IKEA/Braehead and don't have to touch it again until you get to Belfast Port. Trips cost pounds 17 per person (aged 2 and over) when travelling midweek and will operate on May 22 & 29, June 3, 4, 5, 12, 19 & 26 and July 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 23, 24, 25, 30 & 31. …

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