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15% off all railcard purchases (16-25, senior, disabled, two together, family) £25.50

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15% off all railcards with code: SPOILME Free first class RM delivery. Offer ends 19 October 2016. Disabled rail card works out £17. Read More
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15% off all railcards with code: SPOILME

Free first class RM delivery.

Offer ends 19 October 2016.

Disabled rail card works out £17.
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2 Likes #1
Good deal,you can also get these with £15 of Tesco club card points!
[helper]#2
Great deal.
#3
Marked
#4
Cheers! Been waiting for a good deal.
2 Likes #5
sharyn73
Good deal,you can also get these with £15 of Tesco club card points!
Which is a terrible deal. £15 of Tesco vouchers is worth at least £45!
#6
everydayisxmas12
sharyn73
Good deal,you can also get these with £15 of Tesco club card points!
Which is a terrible deal. £15 of Tesco vouchers is worth at least £45!
not really.

Most of the deals are available with BOGOF vouchers so not really 3x/4x.
3 Likes #7
16-25 is a bit of a let down - my child uses it to get to college. Min fare £12 and she saves about 20p a return journey. Only take 1 year to make the £25 i paid for the rail card.........
#8
Alvie
Not good if you travel before 1000am though
Two Together is valid from 0930; don't know about the others.
1 Like #9
usetheforceluke
16-25 is a bit of a let down - my child uses it to get to college. Min fare £12 and she saves about 20p a return journey. Only take 1 year to make the £25 i paid for the rail card.........
Maybe consider a season ticket, you can get them from between a week to a year.

You can get it so it expires at the end of term as well so you don't have to pay when it's holidays
#10
usetheforceluke
16-25 is a bit of a let down - my child uses it to get to college. Min fare £12 and she saves about 20p a return journey. Only take 1 year to make the £25 i paid for the rail card.........

Is your child getting 2 singles or 1 return ? It might work out cheaper to get an anytime day return.
2 Likes #11
Alvie
Not good if you travel before 1000am though
Depends on which card you have, and where you are. With the Senior or Friends & Family cards that restriction only applies in London and the South East, anywhere else you can travel anytime.

Edited By: Delbert Grady on Oct 08, 2016 18:50: .
3 Likes #12
Alvie
Not good if you travel before 1000am though


Good if you travel after 10.. ;)
3 Likes #13
Alvie
Not good if you travel before 1000am though

I have a 16-25 railcard. It can be used before 10 am (including journeys into London), but a minimum (discounted) fare applies during term-time of £12 before 10 am. The train fares are so expensive that my discounted fare is over £14, so the card pays for itself in a week.

For those travelling in London, the 16-25 railcard can also be added to any Oyster card to give a 1/3rd off off-peak tube fares.


Edited By: 123jhb123 on Oct 08, 2016 19:51
1 Like #14
Alvie
Not good if you travel before 1000am though

Disabled card works at all times
#15
123jhb123
Alvie
Not good if you travel before 1000am though
I have a 16-25 railcard. It can be used before 10 am (including journeys into London), but a minimum (discounted) fare applies during term-time of £12 before 10 am. The train fares are so expensive that my discounted fare is over £14, so the card pays for itself in a week.
For those travelling in London, the 16-25 railcard can also be added to any Oyster card to give a 1/3rd off off-peak tube fares.

Oyster card can also be added to Disabled card
1 Like #16
5.25% topcashback
1 Like #17
Helpful567
5.25% topcashback
Plus possible £10 back for selected users of TCB

Edited By: Speculator on Oct 08, 2016 20:24
#18
Just realised I can get one as I'm almost deaf in one ear! Cheers OP.
#19
Hi
Anyone having problems using the promo code?
All I get is: "Sorry the promotional code is not valid"
Regards
#20
Not working on Network railcard
#21
SPOILME Not working for a disabled railcard renewal
#22
Wouldn't it be simpler, just to have all railcards with the same set of rules. We have bought the 'two together' but just found out it can't be used before 9.30 am after buying the tickets. My own fault really, should have read the small print so in my case, didn't get the third off.
#23
Speculator
Helpful567
5.25% topcashback
Plus possible £10 back for selected users of TCB
Could you explain?
#24
kkthomask
Speculator
Helpful567
5.25% topcashback
Plus possible £10 back for selected users of TCB
Could you explain?

They recently sent emails to some TCB users offering £10 back for £10 spent via TCB.

If you qualify, it will show on your TCB dashboard.
#25
stokerej
Wouldn't it be simpler, just to have all railcards with the same set of rules. We have bought the 'two together' but just found out it can't be used before 9.30 am after buying the tickets. My own fault really, should have read the small print so in my case, didn't get the third off.
Well they could have more similar rules but you'd never expect the Two Together to work at peak times or commuters would use it. The other gotcha with it is that if one passenger can't travel, the other one can't either, even though it would have cost them more than the individual fare!
#26
Speculator
kkthomask
Speculator
Helpful567
5.25% topcashback
Plus possible £10 back for selected users of TCB
Could you explain?

They recently sent emails to some TCB users offering £10 back for £10 spent via TCB.

If you qualify, it will show on your TCB dashboard.


Cheers dude
#27
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.
2 Likes #28
dlo247
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.

Not everyone can afford £1200 for a camera lens either but then hey I guess thems the breaks.
#29
dlo247
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.
You don't have to be married or partnered to use a Two Together card - you just have to have a friend...
#30
pibpob
stokerej
Wouldn't it be simpler, just to have all railcards with the same set of rules. We have bought the 'two together' but just found out it can't be used before 9.30 am after buying the tickets. My own fault really, should have read the small print so in my case, didn't get the third off.
Well they could have more similar rules but you'd never expect the Two Together to work at peak times or commuters would use it. The other gotcha with it is that if one passenger can't travel, the other one can't either, even though it would have cost them more than the individual fare!

I really think commuters are at work before 9.30 am but I could be mistaken. Often mistaken, but NEVER wrong!!!!
#31
stokerej
pibpob
stokerej
Wouldn't it be simpler, just to have all railcards with the same set of rules. We have bought the 'two together' but just found out it can't be used before 9.30 am after buying the tickets. My own fault really, should have read the small print so in my case, didn't get the third off.
Well they could have more similar rules but you'd never expect the Two Together to work at peak times or commuters would use it. The other gotcha with it is that if one passenger can't travel, the other one can't either, even though it would have cost them more than the individual fare!
I really think commuters are at work before 9.30 am but I could be mistaken. Often mistaken, but NEVER wrong!!!!
Are you saying that all commuting is done well before 9.30? That's not the case - many people don't work strictly 9-5.

Edited By: pibpob on Oct 09, 2016 16:51
#32
siadwel
dlo247
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.

Not everyone can afford £1200 for a camera lens either but then hey I guess thems the breaks.


Personally those are the tools for my job, not luxuries. But your point has value too :)

Although the thread you're referring to was a camera and two lenses.

Edited By: dlo247 on Oct 09, 2016 17:15: Added info
#33
pibpob
dlo247
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.
You don't have to be married or partnered to use a Two Together card - you just have to have a friend...


This is a good point, personally only half of my journeys are accompanied tho
#34
Thanks - worked for my two together renewal.
1 Like #35
dlo247
pibpob
dlo247
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.
You don't have to be married or partnered to use a Two Together card - you just have to have a friend...
This is a good point, personally only half of my journeys are accompanied tho
We save approx £5 per trip with our (paid £15 in vouchers via Tesco rewards) two together card so we break even on our third trip.


Edited By: Speculator on Oct 10, 2016 08:50
#36
Speculator
dlo247
pibpob
dlo247
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.
You don't have to be married or partnered to use a Two Together card - you just have to have a friend...
This is a good point, personally only half of my journeys are accompanied tho
We save approx £5 per trip with our (paid £15 in vouchers via Tesco rewards) two together card so we break even on our third trip.
Except Tesco Rewards are not real money - you might have spent over the odds on goods from Tesco in order to get them in the first place. ;)
#37
pibpob
Speculator
dlo247
pibpob
dlo247
Not great if you're single, not disabled and between 17 and 59 but then hey I guess thems the breaks.
You don't have to be married or partnered to use a Two Together card - you just have to have a friend...
This is a good point, personally only half of my journeys are accompanied tho
We save approx £5 per trip with our (paid £15 in vouchers via Tesco rewards) two together card so we break even on our third trip.
Except Tesco Rewards are not real money - you might have spent over the odds on goods from Tesco in order to get them in the first place. ;)
No, got most of my points from TCB points conversion. Example, £30 cashback from energy switch converted to over 3000pts and I never spend over the odds just to get points.


Edited By: Speculator on Oct 10, 2016 09:57: .
#38
Cheers. Renewed F&F at £25.50
#39
Sweeeet, was after one of these, cheers
#40
SPOILME doesn't work!!

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