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Must book before midnight Monday for travel between 28th July and 26th September so be quick!

I found this offer on Time Out website. My friend booked tickets from York to Kings Cross for only £10 each way, this journey normally costs her around £100. There were plenty of tickets left at this price for this route, even on weekends.

No code needed, I received an email with a link which took me to http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/timeout

Valid routes:

London to/from (all each way):

Peterborough: £8 (Standard), £19 (First)
Grantham: £8 (Standard), £19 (First)
Newark: £8 (Standard), £19 (First)
Doncaster: £8 (Standard), £28 (First)
Leeds: £10 (Standard), £30 (First)
York: £10 (Standard), £30 (First)
Darlington: £11 (Standard), £39.50 (First)
Durham: £12 (Standard), £40 (First)
Newcastle: £12 (Standard), £40 (First)
Berwick: £17 (Standard), £43 (First)
Edinburgh,: £20 (Standard), £43 (First)
Need to know:

Voucher valid for off-peak travel on all East Coast routes to/from London listed above between July 28 and September 26, 2014 (excluding all routes from August 22-25 and London to/from Edinburgh from July 23 - August 3).
You must book your train(s) via the unique link on your voucher by 11.59pm on July 14, 2014.
Booking is subject to availability, which will be limited on peak-time trains.
Offer is available on First and Standard Class tickets. If you have purchased a Standard Class ticket, no upgrade to First Class will be allowed, except at weekends upon payment of a Weekend First supplement.
Travel is only permitted on the East Coast service you are reserved on, and no break of journey is allowed except to change to/from East Coast connecting trains where these are shown on your ticket or itinerary.
Once a booking is made, no refunds or changes will be allowed. There is no child, Railcard, or other promotional discount available with this offer. Under 5s travel free if they do not occupy a seat.
Advance ticket T&C's and exclusions apply. See eastcoast.co.uk.
There is no cash value for any voucher.
This voucher cannot be cancelled, refunded or used with any other offer or promotion.
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#1
Isnt this normal anyway as long as you book 12 weeks in advance
#2
Definitely no coupons needed from the magazine ?

What do I need on the day?
Please make sure you take your train ticket and seat reservation along with the travel voucher/ correct number of coupons printed in your paper with you on your journey.
#3
And use the booked train only as the tickets only valid on that train !
#4
what about this? did the email mention it?


What do I need on the day?
Please make sure you take your train ticket and seat reservation along with the travel voucher/ correct number of coupons printed in your paper with you on your journey.
#5
"My friend booked tickets from York to Kings Cross for only £10 each way, this journey normally costs her around £100"

Your friend is leaving it far too late to book then. Can be had for a lot cheaper when you book in advance.
#6
Thanks op .
#7
Thanks :) xx
1 Like #8
Follow this link to the TimeOut website and click on the 'Get Offer' tab. Once there, fill in 'your' details then click the 'get offer' tab at the bottom of the page where it will take you to a confirmation page and the voucher you need on the day will be sent to the email address you gave within 24 hours.

http://uk-offers.timeout.com/deals/travel-exclusive-east-coast-offer

Hope this helps,

Andy.

Edited By: ashutchy on Jul 14, 2014 08:54
#9
ashutchy
Follow this link to the TimeOut website and click on the 'Get Offer' tab. Once there, fill in 'your' details then click the 'get offer' tab at the bottom of the page where it will take you to a confirmation page and the voucher you need on the day will be sent to the email address you gave within 24 hours.

http://uk-offers.timeout.com/deals/travel-exclusive-east-coast-offer

Hope this helps,

Andy.

Thank you meant to put this in my post and forgot. I first followed instructions on time out thinking I would be emailed a code but all I got was a link which just took me to the page linked in the deal and no other codes thats why I just posted directly to the East Coast page so I figured might as well save everyone some time. The tickets can then either be printed at home, delivered for £1 postage, or collected at station.
#10
jcluk
"My friend booked tickets from York to Kings Cross for only £10 each way, this journey normally costs her around £100"

Your friend is leaving it far too late to book then. Can be had for a lot cheaper when you book in advance.


Yeah normally she probably is! but can't always book 12 weeks in advance and with this offer she got tickets for the first day which is only 2 weeks away and I'm sure it would cost a lot more than £20 return only booking 2 weeks in advance.
#11
r40
what about this? did the email mention it?


What do I need on the day?
Please make sure you take your train ticket and seat reservation along with the travel voucher/ correct number of coupons printed in your paper with you on your journey.

There were no codes just a link to click which took me to the website I linked, without the need for any codes, so I thought I was just trying to save everyone some time by linking to the page directly. If you prefer you can folow the link posted by ashutchy, that I forgot to add in my post, and you can register with time out and get the email sent to you, but the code they say you sre going to get is just a link. Once you have chosen your route and time just follow normal booking instructions and you can either print tickets at home, have them posted or collect at station. Never had an exact seat reservation on our route you just have to make sure you get the right time train. It just seems to be a special page created for this offer on the website, just search and book like you normally would, on the next page use options on left to filter down to only promotional ticket prices and then click on the price at the top then you can see what train times are avaliable for that price.
#12
good deal. is it possible to book more than one trip? sign up to that voucher with different e-mail addresses?
#13
galego
good deal. is it possible to book more than one trip? sign up to that voucher with different e-mail addresses?

I'm not sure, but you dont actually have to sign up to time out as you dont actually get a voucher, what they call a code or voucher is just a link that takes you to http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/timeout think you just need to register with East Coast to book. I don't know if East Coast would let you book more than one at the same time or on the same account, if not you could use different emails on East Coast.
#14
Shame no Aberdeen... Would need to book Aberdeen to Edinburgh seperate and hope for no delays.
#15
Good prices if you can book in advance. Heat added op. Good job.
#16
still basically almost as cheap if not cheaper to take the train to kings cross from edinburgh than from cambridge.

what's the difference? from edinburgh you might acutally get a seat.

first capital connect = biggest railway ripoff in england, bar none except maybe the heathrow express monopoly.
#17
Good post thanks voted hot. Also thanks to Andy. Re comment about seat reservation have a check as on my booking it just said seats reserved but you could then go in and find out which ones on a link.
#18
doea this routes cover birmingham at all?
#19
I live in Salisbury so don't ever get these advance deals :( silly south west trains!
#20
This doesn't seem like much of a deal. £9.95 is the standard price from newcastle to london if you book in advance with a rail card, or £12 or so without.
#21
Purchased 2 adult return tickets to york from london in september for £40- with the link at the top of the page. Then went DIRECT to east coast website & was quoted £133 for the same trains ! Thanks op.....
#22
Thanks a lot for posting this deal, weekend to London booked for £20 return:)
#23
I tried booking twelve weeks in advance for an upcoming trip to Leeds, which was coming up well over £100 so I was resigned to have to drive it until now. Got my return tickets for two for £40, awesome, thanks.
#24
would've bought some but unsure if you a "coupon" for travel
#25
top T&C say book by Monday 23:59pm but the link

http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/timeout

says Tuesday by 23:59pm!
#26
frizzyhead
galego
good deal. is it possible to book more than one trip? sign up to that voucher with different e-mail addresses?
I'm not sure, but you dont actually have to sign up to time out as you dont actually get a voucher, what they call a code or voucher is just a link that takes you to http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/timeout think you just need to register with East Coast to book. I don't know if East Coast would let you book more than one at the same time or on the same account, if not you could use different emails on East Coast.

Is that 100% - dont wanna book them get asked to pay full price?
#27
for those unsure go to http://uk-offers.timeout.com/deals/travel-exclusive-east-coast-offer register with time out and follow instructions. The code/voucher time out said I would be emailed was just a link to the page linked above with no other mention of codes or vouchers which is why I just linked the page to book ditectly trying to save everyone some time. I'm not sure when it ends as it did say monday and tuesday on different pages, I am not at a computer to check at the moment, by the ts & cs it should have finished last night.
#28
just checked it and its still live, time out website did say it finished monday but on east coast says the offer finishes at midnight tonight.
#29
Note the entry on the website http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/timeout towards the bottom of the page

What do I need on the day?
Please make sure you take your train ticket and seat reservation along with the travel voucher/ correct number of coupons printed in your paper with you on your journey

So you may well need an email response for each traveller to go with tickets - but not clear
#30
thanks :)
#31
I've booked the ticket but unsure of what to take on the day as they didn't provide a coupon or anything? I'm thinking show them the link they sent through Hotmail? Not very clear instructions!
#32
I booked tickets using the link provided without signing up, so may I ask what the email says? I fear that they may ask for a voucher/code from the email, which I don't have, but if the email only has the eastcost url, then I think they won't need proof.
#33
raichualovesong
I booked tickets using the link provided without signing up, so may I ask what the email says? I fear that they may ask for a voucher/code from the email, which I don't have, but if the email only has the eastcost url, then I think they won't need proof.

there was no voucher or code the email read here is your voucher and then underneath just said to follow link to book, there were no other codes or vouchers you just go on the east coast time out offers page to get the offer price
#34
Thanks, that's good to know. Just have to hope they don't ask to look at the email then.
#35
Many thanks frizzyhead and everyone contributing - absolutely brilliant post, what HUKD is all about!
#36
Could someone who received the timeout email send me a copy? I also didn't realize I had to sign up. Please PM me or email me at king_of_horror90 at hotmail dot com

thanks in advance
#37
bloody expired
#38
Yep Expired.

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