Bite Card: Various Offers on Food @ London Rail Stations* - HotUKDeals
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Discounts listed in #2; Sales speak:

Life gets so busy and the to-do lists seem to get longer. Why not use the time you already have to do some shopping at your daily station?

There are so many great places to shop, eat and drink at your station, including:
M & S Simply Food, Caffe Ritazza, Upper Crust, Delice de France, Camden Food Co, WHSmith, Boots, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks, Monsoon, Accessorize, Austin Reed, Paperchase, YO! Sushi, McDonalds, Swatch, La Senza, Body Shop and more

All in all, its a great way to make the most of your minutes.

*Participating stations: Cannon St., Charing Cross, Euston, Fenchurch St., Gatwick, Kings Cross, London Bridge, Liverpool St., Paddington, Victoria, Waterloo.
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#2
Whats the difference between this edi's post?
#3
The discount vouchers as listed in post #2.

Edi's is just for the 20% discount card.
#4
Gotcha, thanks have the card already so these are good.
#5
:)

It may well get voted cold but useful for anyone that already has a Bite card.

The discounted prices arnt cheap compared to the rest of the country but every little helps at the VERY expensive london rail prices.
#6
I've got one of these cards, however I find the staff are VERY reluctant to give you the money off!! Why do they offer money off when they don't want to let you have money off? It's a bit strange! :(
#7
This is a hot deal and the card is the best thing since sliced human. I mean bread, sliced bread!
#8
yimmie
I've got one of these cards, however I find the staff are VERY reluctant to give you the money off!! Why do they offer money off when they don't want to let you have money off? It's a bit strange! :(


Ive never had a problem using it at Liverpool Street, they all have a 20% discount button on their till for it :thumbsup:
#9
So, is this something else, IN ADDITION to the 20% off bitecard? Do I have to send off for these vouchers?
#10
Run by the same people as do the Bite card but in addition to it, simply click the links above and print the vouchers as and when you need them.

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader.
#11
Upper Crust at King's Cross, Waterloo (Eurostar) and Marylebone were fine.
Burger King at Marylebone were not...........:-(
#12
Prices for all the food+drink on offer is diabolical!

Kings X burger king costs 20% more than the burger king accross the road from the station, so a bit pointless really!
#13
Well not pointless, you get it in the station for the same price after discount :)
#14
No seating in Kings X station! so unless your eating on the train?!

It's a good offer, i have a card myself, but not much of a price saving available, just time.
#15
Time is money!
#16
You must be rich then with all this time on your hands?!
#17
im not sure the card offers 20% discount on all these shops as you said:

M & S Simply Food, Caffe Ritazza, Upper Crust, Delice de France, Camden Food Co, WHSmith, Boots, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks, Monsoon, Accessorize, Austin Reed, Paperchase, YO! Sushi, McDonalds, Swatch, La Senza, Body Shop and more
#18
ukbill69
im not sure the card offers 20% discount on all these shops as you said:

M & S Simply Food, Caffe Ritazza, Upper Crust, Delice de France, Camden Food Co, WHSmith, Boots, Krispy Kreme, Starbucks, Monsoon, Accessorize, Austin Reed, Paperchase, YO! Sushi, McDonalds, Swatch, La Senza, Body Shop and more


It doesnt, thats just the shops at the stations... says the shops the bite card is valid at in the other thread.
#19
goldenbidder33
You must be rich then with all this time on your hands?!


Well i was at work so they sponsor my time on here :)
#20
goldenbidder33
Prices for all the food+drink on offer is diabolical!

Kings X burger king costs 20% more than the burger king accross the road from the station, so a bit pointless really!


That's the whole point - it saves you going across the road......:thumbsup:
#21
im sure the BK in liverpool st is the same price as any other one so this card has saved me a nice few ££ when i need a burger on the way home after too many beers

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