£2 -- London to Southampton, Bournemouth or Portsmouth by Greyhound Coach (Return) 25% Discount code available to use too. - HotUKDeals
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Greyhound coaches is offering trips from London to Southampton, Bournemouth and Portsmouth for an incredible £1 each way!
This price is valid on selected dates and services, including journeys throughout May. A 50p booking charge also applies.Just registered and used 25% discount code and it worked. Taking off the 50p booking fee :)
You can extend your journey to the Isle of Wight from 1 May
Free wifi and newspapers and extra leg room.

Also rewards scheme too
How does it work? Simple; we count up every undiscounted ticket you buy on-line, and when youve bought eight we give you a free ride. We count a single as one and a return as two tickets towards the eight.
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#1
Might be handy at the moment,if arriving at any of these ports.:thumbsup:
Bournemouth seems to mostly available

Just used the discount code in original post and it still works as below

[SIZE=4]Moneysavingexpert.com Discount (25.00%)[/SIZE]
[SIZE=4]Includes discount worth £0.50[/SIZE]
[SIZE=4]The discount applies to all valid tickets in your basket[/SIZE]
#2
Discount code can be found here. Thought I'd post this for convenience.
#3
Greyhound is great.
Went to Portsmouth with them a few months ago....free wifi and power plug is available if you bring you laptop.
#4
Heat added - great deal just a pity they don't branch out slightly further north as the National Express £1 fare's run out so quick from here :thumbsup:
#5
might be nice for a trip to bournemouth
#6
darren9030
Heat added - great deal just a pity they don't branch out slightly further north as the National Express £1 fare's run out so quick from here :thumbsup:


Just keep an eye on them mate. Im sure you know greyhound are massive in america and the london to southampton/portsmouth/bournemouth is a test to see how popular the service will be over here. If they do well they will open more routes and buy more vehicles.
#7
dh058977
Just keep an eye on them mate. Im sure you know greyhound are massive in america and the london to southampton/portsmouth/bournemouth is a test to see how popular the service will be over here. If they do well they will open more routes and buy more vehicles.

OK cheers will do :)
#8
Typical Firstgroup - 0900 number to make telephone bookings
#9
Heat added..Booked for Bournemouth
#10
Greyhounds - great plush coaches -but once the cheap fares are gone their fares jump right up !

National Express - not quite as plush, but comfy and modern enough - gets you there for £1 each way on selected routes ( to and from London!) - only 55000 tickets available at £1, and a further 60,000 at £5 - with NO BOOKING FEE!

Costs less than a quarter litre of petrol - bargain!!

Brilliant for a cheap day out to 'the smoke', end of may bank holiday/ half term!
Just checked - loads available tonight - get in quick!
#11
mr-p3sky
Typical Firstgroup - 0900 number to make telephone bookings


Your clearly online mate so why do you need to make telephone bookings?
#12
gutting normally around 50 quid return for me on trains to my uni in bournemouth
with this it wud be about 20... wish i hadnt bought tickets already!
#13
Agree with dh058977, and in some way MegaBus was the same when they first started off, now they are running to more destinations, even via MegaTrain. Though have to say, it is a pity even with MegaBus/MegaTrain that they don’t do more destinations. But who knows?? Even National Express Funfares have branched out a lot more from when they first started.
#14
Does anyone know of a cheap way to get from Portsmouth to Bournemouth or Brighton?
#15
I want to go with some friends in May on a day trip (maybe one night), Bournemouth, Southhampton or Portsmouth? Haven't been anywhere yet. any recommodations?
Sun(..), beach, party, drinking, but a also nice city is definitely appreciated!
#16
good prices.shame no bank holidays :(
#17
SteBoeGer
I want to go with some friends in May on a day trip (maybe one night), Bournemouth, Southhampton or Portsmouth? Haven't been anywhere yet. any recommodations?
Sun(..), beach, party, drinking, but a also nice city is definitely appreciated!


Bournemouth is probably where you want to be heading, if you want a nice beach. Portsmouth's beaches are ok, but all stones... not a huge amount to see in the city either. Spinnaker Tower is alright, but it gets boring after about 20 minutes (if not sooner...).

Bournemouth has an awesome beach, loads of places to drink, plenty to do.

Never stayed there though - little point, I only live an hour away - so can't recommend a hotel!
#18
paulathompson
Greyhounds - great plush coaches -but once the cheap fares are gone their fares jump right up !

National Express - not quite as plush, but comfy and modern enough - gets you there for £1 each way on selected routes ( to and from London!) - only 55000 tickets available at £1, and a further 60,000 at £5 - with NO BOOKING FEE!

[COLOR="Red"]Costs less than a quarter litre of petrol - bargain!![/COLOR]

Brilliant for a cheap day out to 'the smoke', end of may bank holiday/ half term!
Just checked - loads available tonight - get in quick!


:? Where are you buying your petrol? Even at £1 for a ticket, if thats cheaper than quarter of a litre of petrol, then you are paying over £4 / Ltr ?
#19
Mclovin
gutting normally around 50 quid return for me on trains to my uni in bournemouth
with this it wud be about 20... wish i hadnt bought tickets already!


Did you know you can buy a Network Rail card or a Student Rail card and get a 1/3 off rail fares. It's almost worth it for one trip and the Network one is just a case of putting your address in:thumbsup:
#20
Hammondhammond
Did you know you can buy a Network Rail card or a Student Rail card and get a 1/3 off rail fares. It's almost worth it for one trip and the Network one is just a case of putting your address in:thumbsup:


... and paying £25 per year
#21
Funder
... and paying £25 per year


Yeah but if that person is making that trip a few times a year they'd make that £25 back in the first couple of trips. Im at uni in coventry and im from southampton. i got a rail card and it paid for itself on the first trip.
#22
Hammondhammond
Did you know you can buy a Network Rail card or a Student Rail card and get a 1/3 off rail fares. It's almost worth it for one trip and the Network one is just a case of putting your address in:thumbsup:


that is with a student rail card :( expensive business.
#23
Mclovin
that is with a student rail card :( expensive business.


Do you really think £26 a year is expensive? because im a student and i sure dont!
#24
dh058977
Do you really think £26 a year is expensive? because im a student and i sure dont!


Bloody bargain!:thumbsup:
#25
£25 for South West Trains Network card 1/3 off peak travel and fares over £13 peak time
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if you book at SOUTHERNRAILWAY.COM single train fares available London Victoria/ Brighton/ Portsmouth/ Southampton for only £3.00. much better than being stuck on a bus on the motorway perhaps, and quicker too.....
#27
underground
if you book at SOUTHERNRAILWAY.COM single train fares available London Victoria/ Brighton/ Portsmouth/ Southampton for only £3.00. much better than being stuck on a bus on the motorway perhaps, and quicker too.....


Looking at the state of some of the southern railways trains id much prefer to be on an air conditioned coach with free wifi and a large leather seat than on one of those
#28
I use the Southern trains quite often. Okay there aren't in the greatest shape but they are perfectly adequate. Plus it is probably roughly a third faster to take the train compared to a coach.
Plus also if you have a student rail card than than it is only £2 each way!
But I got an email last week that I think was saying that the £3 fares are ending this month, is this true?
#29
if you book before the end of the month, for travel thru July, the advance fares are £3 between london victoria and the south coast. This includes 40% additional discount on southernrailway.com, as normally the fare is £5,and you will pay £5 at the station or on other websites. Southern usually run a new offer every few weeks though...
#30
thanks for this - just booked a nice cheap day by the sea for me and the kids in the half-term. so much cheaper and easier than driving all the way there :)

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