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£5 off 16-25 Railcard £25.00 for one year @ studentmoneysaver

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10,000 x £5 discount codes to be used on one year 16-25 Railcards. This is the biggest discount (16%) out there, so grab a code now and get yourself a railcard for the lowest price in the UK. Al… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
10,000 x £5 discount codes to be used on one year 16-25 Railcards.

This is the biggest discount (16%) out there, so grab a code now and get yourself a railcard for the lowest price in the UK.

All codes need to be redeemed by Sun 2 Oct.

With a railcard (which will cost just £25 with one of our codes) you'll get a third off the price of train travel for a year. That means the railcard will have basically paid for itself after your first couple of journeys.
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Argh I literally just renewed mine 2 days ago :( So frustrating!
3 Likes #2
Worth noting that students can open a student account with Santander and get a 4 year student rail card for free.
http://www.santander.co.uk/uk/current-accounts/student-graduate-current-accounts/123-student-current-account
3 Likes #3
you can also purchase any railcard with £15 of Tesco club card points.
#4
escortboy
Worth noting that students can open a student account with Santander and get a 4 year student rail card for free.http://www.santander.co.uk/uk/current-accounts/student-graduate-current-accounts/123-student-current-account

Must be so over 18 and be paying in £500 a term and register for Internet banking which is a bit annoying considering my son is 16 and needs to get the train to college. :(



Edited By: fluffykitty79 on Sep 11, 2016 17:13
#5
arrgghhh just bought DD one today. Got £3.30 off but this would have been better. Oh well
#6
sharyn73
you can also purchase any railcard with £15 of Tesco club card points.
Although I'm sure your parents would give you £25 cash for £50 of pizza express/prezzo food vouchers that you could get instead.
1 Like #7
Sadly you actually have to be a student to get one of these. Merely holding an NUS card doesn't count.
#8
qwerta369
Sadly you actually have to be a student to get one of these. Merely holding an NUS card doesn't count.
Not really i think, i ordered mine without question ask about it, but you must be age between 16-25 since it's require confirm your age.
1 Like #9
JC1997
qwerta369
Sadly you actually have to be a student to get one of these. Merely holding an NUS card doesn't count.
Not really i think, i ordered mine without question ask about it, but you must be age between 16-25 since it's require confirm your age.
Ah, so maybe you must either be genuinely 16-25 or genuinely a student.
#10
qwerta369
Sadly you actually have to be a student to get one of these. Merely holding an NUS card doesn't count.

You can get them as a mature student but you have to prove you are attending college for the minimum amount of hours
#11
But do you have to spend a minimum £12 on a ticket to get a discount?
#12
qwerta369
JC1997
qwerta369
Sadly you actually have to be a student to get one of these. Merely holding an NUS card doesn't count.
Not really i think, i ordered mine without question ask about it, but you must be age between 16-25 since it's require confirm your age.
Ah, so maybe you must either be genuinely 16-25 or genuinely a student.


Which is a good thing!!!
#13
Does anybody know if these combine with a monthly pass?
2 Likes #14
loveabargain
arrgghhh just bought DD one today. Got £3.30 off but this would have been better. Oh well

Didn't realise I had wandered onto Mumsnet!
#15
xeroc
loveabargain
arrgghhh just bought DD one today. Got £3.30 off but this would have been better. Oh well
Didn't realise I had wandered onto Mumsnet!
Cringe worthy, isn't it.
#16
jennyrocks
Does anybody know if these combine with a monthly pass?


No discounts available for season tickets I'm afraid
#17
lsteed66
But do you have to spend a minimum £12 on a ticket to get a discount?

Not strictly, but a £12 minimum fare applies on all journeys made between 04:30 and 10:00 Monday to Friday

That means if you're travelling before 10am your ticket cannot be discounted to anything below £12 (rules out most commuting). You can use the discount for travel after 10am on weekdays, or at any time on weekends, bank holidays and during July and August.

More here: http://www.16-25railcard.co.uk/using-your-railcard/travel-times-tickets/

Edited By: lyesbkz on Sep 12, 2016 13:06
#18
loveabargain
arrgghhh just bought DD one today. Got £3.30 off but this would have been better. Oh well

Isn't David Dickenson a bit old for one of these railcards

http://www.itcantjustbeme.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/05/DavidDickinson1-1001x1024.jpg
#19
Just got mine :) been meaning to get it for a while and this was the perfect reason to actually do it!
#20
cold because it's facebook and twitter
#21
Link not working
#22
gilliantipping
Link not working
Try again, the link works for me on 2 different pc ;)
#23
Can you combine this discount with the NUS extra discount card savings.

Edit: you can't

Edited By: manams on Sep 29, 2016 06:52: Update
#24
JC1997
gilliantipping
Link not working
Try again, the link works for me on 2 different pc ;)

not working for me either :(

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