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£7.60 Leeds to London @ Virgin east coast trains

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Very good. Thanks.
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I surf past expired deals and would presume plenty others do too so if a deal is back on Im sure people would like to know
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Who wants to go to London ? What a dump. And £5 a pint too !! If it's not in Yorkshire, it's not worth bloody going to
#6
Can I hop on a station between Leeds and London? Say I buy a ticket but get on at Newark? Is that allowed?
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unhappybunny
Who wants to go to London ? What a dump. And £5 a pint too !! If it's not in Yorkshire, it's not worth bloody going to
Presumably people who live in London can use this deal to visit Leeds in Yorkshire too, and look forward to a cheaper pint in a pub full of people criticising life outside of Yorkshire
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snow18
Can I hop on a station between Leeds and London? Say I buy a ticket but get on at Newark? Is that allowed?
No. The tickets are only available for travel Leeds/Wakefield to Kings Cross and visa versa. Also you could have trouble getting off at Newark Northgate because I'm not sure that Leeds trains stop there - lol
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unhappybunny
Who wants to go to London ? What a dump. And £5 a pint too !! If it's not in Yorkshire, it's not worth bloody going to

Well said that bigoted man. Being a Londoner I shall be taking advantage of this offer to visit Leeds again (in First Class of course) to refresh my memory of how the other half oop north live - lol
(I've typed this without missing any words out so you might want someone to translate it for you - lol)
#10
I think it was tongue in cheek but was probably over your head. Having posted no deals in 12 years, why are you even on here ?

bargaindeals ? You must enjoy irony.
#11
How far in advance needs to be booked ?
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siadwel
I think it was tongue in cheek but was probably over your head. Having posted no deals in 12 years, why are you even on here ?
bargaindeals ? You must enjoy irony.

If you're trying to be funny you should make it clear. Unlike your post, I tried to make my remarks very much tongue in cheek.
Actually I find Yorkshire folk very friendly, maybe because they welcome the input of my English Pounds into their economy or perhaps the women who find it refreshing to meet a male who treats them like ladies and are not 'tight wads'
I'm not aware that it's a requirement to post a deal to visit this site. For your information I visit this site to find out what others have found and for others to make sensible comments upon. Unfortunately I have to suffer postings from people like you who think it clever to make inept remarks.
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snow18
Can I hop on a station between Leeds and London? Say I buy a ticket but get on at Newark? Is that allowed?

No. The tickets are only available for travel Leeds/Wakefield to Kings Cross and visa versa. Also you could have trouble getting off at Newark Northgate because I'm not sure that Leeds trains stop there - lol


The Leeds to London route do stop at Newark. Maybe not every train, but the route usually goes like this: Leeds, Wakefield, Doncaster, Newark, Grantham, Peterborough, stevenage, London.
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snow18
Can I hop on a station between Leeds and London? Say I buy a ticket but get on at Newark? Is that allowed?

There are Advance tickets, and the conditions for these tickets state you must make the journey you've booked, on the train you've booked.
There are ticket barriers at Newark, so your ticket wouldn't get you in or out of the station, and you could be asked to pay the full anytime fare.
Train companies generally now let people off if they get off a stop early if they're not doing it to save money, but that obviously wouldn't be the case if you're using a Leeds special offer ticket from Newark.
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snow18
Can I hop on a station between Leeds and London? Say I buy a ticket but get on at Newark? Is that allowed?
No. The tickets are only available for travel Leeds/Wakefield to Kings Cross and visa versa. Also you could have trouble getting off at Newark Northgate because I'm not sure that Leeds trains stop there - lol
The Leeds to London route do stop at Newark. Maybe not every train, but the route usually goes like this: Leeds, Wakefield, Doncaster, Newark, Grantham, Peterborough, stevenage, London.

You missed out Retford from your list of stopping points and there are fewer than 4 Leeds service trains a day that stop at Newark but then all of this is irrelevant to the original subject matter.
#16
Shame, I was going to use it for when Leeds Utd get to the play off final but it's not available then:

Travel is from 18 April to 30 June 2017 (inclusive), excluding 27-30 April, 1 May and 25-29 May 2017 (inclusive).

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