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philly Avatar
9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
Anyone know how to get cheap rail travel on One network to London 2 adults three kids??:thumbsup:
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9y, 4m agoPosted 9 years, 4 months ago
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#1
How about a Family Railcard?

You just need at least one child in your group. A Family Railcard costs just £20 and you get 1/3 off adult and 60% off kids' fares for a whole year, anywhere in Great Britain.
#2
Thanks for that appreciate quick response hard to do London on shoestring budget!!! Kids want to do London eye as well!!!
#3
philly
Kids want to do London eye as well!!!

There's a 10% discount for booking online.

http://www.londoneye.com/
#4
Where are you travelling from? and dates from and to
#5
http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=762845#post762845

see my post about family railcard to save £5 off.
#6
london eye was doing 2 for 1 with an oyster card. not sure if they still are.
#7
How about a Group Save train ticket? Basically you pay for 2 adults at the normal off-peak rate and 2 kids go free. The extra child will only cost £1. This may be cheaper if you don't often travel by train and so wouldn't get much use out of a railcard. It's vaild with a variety of ticket types:

http://www.onerailway.com/templates/promo.aspx?id=4653

When in London, if you've travelled to London by train, there are loads of Buy-1-Get-1-Free attraction offers.

http://www.onerailway.com/templates/promo.aspx?id=4503

For getting around, kids now go free on Tube / London buses (up to 4 kids per adult)

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tickets/faresandtickets/1063.aspx

If you're going to be travelling around using public transport a lot, then it's worth getting Oyster cards for the adults as you'll save quite a bit. You do have to pay a £3 deposit on the cards but if you don't come to London often and can't see you using them again, just hand them in at any Tube station before you leave London and you'll get your money back. They can be bought online from:

http://www.tfl.gov.uk/tickets/oysteronline/2732.aspx
#8
Thanks everyone for all your suggestions

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