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Every £5.00 in Tesco club card vouchers gives you £10 to spend at redspottedhanky.com. Rail travel.

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I use redspottedhanky regularly for cheap rail tickets as I travel a lot on the train. So with rail travel becoming more expensive than ever I thought this was a great offer from Tesco. £5 of clu… Read More
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I use redspottedhanky regularly for cheap rail tickets as I travel a lot on the train.

So with rail travel becoming more expensive than ever I thought this was a great offer from Tesco. £5 of club card vouchers entitles you to £10 voucher to spend at redspottedhanky.com. They have an app which is very easy to use and stores your journey details as a itinerary. It may help someone planning a family trip etc.

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#1
Trainline is cheaper and will split your journey into singles for you to find cheapest fair. I just did a journey from lincs to London 160 cheapest on spotted, singles on trainline 81
#2
always been there as a offer. Now considerably less attractive with rsh starting to charge a booking fee and disappearing off quidco etc.
#3
This is a HUKD if/when the Clubcard points are ever again MORE than doubled as it's been double for a LONG time now. [Remember also the opportunity cost - ie those Clubcard points could have been worth up to 4x elsewhere.]

PLUS RSH have recently introduced booking & postage charges meaning it's no longer a double as you lose on every booking (versus making the booking direct with many train companies, who typically have no fees and even do discounts - eg East Coast - or Nectar or other perks).

Mind you RSH are not as bad as Trainline! PLEASE PEOPLE STOP USING THEM - it only encourages them to advertise to convince the ignorant they are in some way 'cheaper' than anyone else = very unlikely (if ever) - eg IF there is a feature of Trainline's website that somehow highlights cheaper fares, go on to buy them elsewhere - there are no 'Trainline' fares only TOC fares!)
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-train-tickets





Edited By: mk-donald on Jan 11, 2015 18:20: TOC
#4
I didn't realised RSH now charge a delivery fee ! - When was this introduced ?
#5
Heat added despite the newly introduced charges this is still the cheapest way to buy train tickets
if you have spare clubcard vouchers
1 Like #6
happymanuk
I didn't realised RSH now charge a delivery fee ! - When was this introduced ?
about three months ago still free at the station
pound booking fee as well :(
#7
thewongwing101
happymanuk
I didn't realised RSH now charge a delivery fee ! - When was this introduced ?
about three months ago still free at the station
pound booking fee as well :(

Most of the other sites offered free delivery - I wonder if that has changed too.
#8
RSH are almost always more expensive than other sites. Shop around and use things like ticketysplit to get the best prices.
1 Like #9
I am so grateful to you for posting this.
I'm planning to go somewhere soon, the train line price is £50.80. And the same price with redspottyhanky BUT with redspottyhanky I can use our tesco clubcard rewards so this is a big winner for me :)
I wasn't aware before so thank you.
#10
thewongwing101
Heat added despite the newly introduced charges this is still the cheapest way to buy train tickets
if you have spare clubcard vouchers

No, as mentioned above, buy direct from the operators and always cheaper.
#11
lincslass30
Trainline is cheaper and will split your journey into singles for you to find cheapest fair. I just did a journey from lincs to London 160 cheapest on spotted, singles on trainline 81


Not always! I use redspottedhanky, trainline and my train ticket and it depends what the journey is and how they split the the single journey. For me redspoted hankey is the cheapest for my journey.
#12
thewongwing101
happymanuk
I didn't realised RSH now charge a delivery fee ! - When was this introduced ?
about three months ago still free at the station
pound booking fee as well :(


I've never been charged for booking hence why I use them. My last ticket only purchased 2 days ago.
#13
Joanna18
I am so grateful to you for posting this.
I'm planning to go somewhere soon, the train line price is £50.80. And the same price with redspottyhanky BUT with redspottyhanky I can use our tesco clubcard rewards so this is a big winner for me :)
I wasn't aware before so thank you.


No worries at least it has helped someone. I wasn't aware of this offer either hence the heads up. Don't know why it is so cold.
#14
Hot.
#15
aljack
I've never been charged for booking hence why I use them. My last ticket only purchased 2 days ago.
My understanding is that RSH had/have an interim phase where people with evoucher balances from PRE 1/10/14 [when the charges started on RSH] or perhaps a later date for Tesco Clubcard evoucher credit [as the Tesco site did NOT reveal the new RSH charges immediately] haven't been hit with the new booking charge (and optional postage charge, perhaps unless your station has no TOD facility) certainly I had a few bookings in Oct without fee, but latterly a fee has shown hence boycott UNLESS as others have said you have no better alternative use for your Clubcard points.

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