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- T6 Ocean 150
Just wondered if there is a common theme of how people benefit from these clubs.
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The thing that makes CMC worth the money for me is access to the CLs and knowing that in general the CMC sites are all of a high standard.Hi,
I just recently visited the show at the NEC and joined the ccc. But to be honest I did think initially they are one and the same (I now know different)
My initial attraction that drew me was the high discounted sites out of peak season. Yes they are discounted, but not as much as I had first thought.
Never being a member in the past to an organised accociation (apart from my invaluable BritStop bible) I did not fully understand how the prices advertised are structured until after receiving my members pack.
When I see less than a fiver for a night I think this is good for a night or two. But if I am right, that is the pitch only. To put me on that pitch with my vw then another fiver or so is needed. (I am talking well out of main season here)
Also I think (I could be wrong) even tho there is just me, the senior cits discount is not taken off the total, but just the person element.
Saying the above, it’s hopefully still worth a punt for a year (£44) as included was a couple of vouchers for free nights.
I will still be renewing my BritStop in the new year.
I have been a member of both clubs, but dropped the C&MC in favour of the C&CC. Reasons: we will only use certified locations, and don't like regimentation of some C&MC sites, so makes sense to us to pay less for virtually the same facility. It is only recently that I have started to use U.K. sites and only then because of the lack of European style aires. There is often still a strong temptation to wild camp!Just wondered if there is a common theme of how people benefit from these clubs.
You are referring to my post.Somebody put half price M6 toll for ccc members. I didn't know that, is it still true. I paid a lot the other day by card, perhaps I should have gone to a kiosk.