Wow, it’s amazing.. SUNNY WEATHER IN THE NETHERLANDS! Can you believe it? Why not making the most of it then? The weather forecast seems to be pretty awesome for the coming week! Let’s hope even weeks! Are you – like many others – eager to get some discount where/whenever possible? Then you’d better PAY ATTENTION to the content of this article. We have a special Greenjoy’s boat renting BIG DISCOUNT FOR EXPATSHAARLEM NEWSLETTER READERS in HAARLEM, UTRECHT, LOOSDRECHT and new in 2020: ALKMAAR.
Greenjoy is a very professional boat rental company with affiliates in Haarlem, Utrecht, Loosdrecht and Alkmaar. And guess what? They like expatsHaarlem and decided to offer € 20 discount for newsletter readers of expatsHaarlem! Needless to say that I’d suggest you to immediately take advantage of this offer right away, eh..?! ;). As long as the stock lasts: we got 25 discount vouchers, so decide quickly.
Rent a boat in Haarlem and float quietly through the canals of Haarlem. You will notice things that you never see otherwise.
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For expatsHaarlem newsletter readers
Not an official newsletter yet? No problem: write us to get the discount code and we will sign you up.
Send an e-mail to email@example.com if you want to make use of the discount/receive the discount code. We will check your newsletter registration or sign you up for it (read above) and email you the discount code. Simply enter this code in the promo code field on the Greenjoy’s website. The discount will be automatically processed in the prices displayed.
Boat Rental Season
You can use the aforementioned code in Haarlem, Utrecht, Loosdrecht and Alkmaar. The code is valid up till the end of the boat rental season 2020.
Did you rent a boat? please share your experiences with us.
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