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Family train ticket £40.00 to London with Chiltern Railways

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Be gentle - it's my first post. Family rail ticket with Chiltern railways. 2 adults and 2 children to London Marylebone. Additional children for £1 each. just buy ticket at the station - all stations… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Be gentle - it's my first post.
Family rail ticket with Chiltern railways. 2 adults and 2 children to London Marylebone. Additional children for £1 each. just buy ticket at the station - all stations listed on website, but think it's from Kidderminster to Leamington Spa. Outbound journey must arrive in London after 10am weekdays and any time on weekends, return same day. Rail tickets can also be used for 2 for 1 on certain London attractions.
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#1
Careful....

Chiltern also have a 20% off offer on advance tickets:

Tickets must be purchased between 8 August 2016 00:00 and 21 August 2016 23:59 for travel between 8 August and 4 September 2016.

Which means single fares from £4.40 for Birmingham to London. So 4 people could travel for c£35 on that basis.

There will be different timings for availability.
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Although you could possibly do it cheaper on advance tickets that's a pretty good offer for a flexible off peak day return.

I predict lots of dinosaurs and other museum gift shop items being played with on northbound Chiltern evening trains oO

Edited By: plunet on Aug 10, 2016 21:45: typos corrected
#3
Correct picture

https://www.chilternrailways.co.uk/sites/default/files/images/Visit-fun-don-summer2016600x350.jpg
#4
thanks, useful post
#5
But where would you go?
#6
naureensaiqa
But where would you go?
try http://www.londontown.com for ideas if you really are struggling
#7
CDR
naureensaiqa
But where would you go?
try http://www.londontown.com for ideas if you really are struggling


This would highlight the places where you can use your train tickets for discounts on entry https://www.daysoutguide.co.uk but remember there are loads of things you can do in London that cost nothing...
#8
As usual you can get cheaper advance single tickets for a specific train time. I was in London a few weeks ago and the two single journeys were about £15.

Don't forget you also can have the london 2-4-1 days out if you pick up a leaflet at marylebone. You can also try a ticket split website as occasionally breaking up a trip to more single tickets and bring this down too.
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The image above seems to say this offer is a family travelcard. So being a travelcard would include unlimited onward travel from Marylebone on all rail and bus services in zone 1-6. It would also get you a 1/3 discount on the river boat services.

This makes the ticket much better value than any of the advance tickets mentioned above, and also the non restrictive nature of the return journey would be attractive.

PS voted cold because of "be gentle- it's my first post"
#10
unhappybunny
The image above seems to say this offer is a family travelcard. So being a travelcard would include unlimited onward travel from Marylebone on all rail and bus services in zone 1-6. It would also get you a 1/3 discount on the river boat services.
This makes the ticket much better value than any of the advance tickets mentioned above, and also the non restrictive nature of the return journey would be attractive.
PS voted cold because of "be gentle- it's my first post"
Yep - spot on: "... And once you’re there, you can make unlimited journeys on London’s buses and tubes too! ..."
#11
unhappybunny
The image above seems to say this offer is a family travelcard. So being a travelcard would include unlimited onward travel from Marylebone on all rail and bus services in zone 1-6. It would also get you a 1/3 discount on the river boat services.

This makes the ticket much better value than any of the advance tickets mentioned above, and also the non restrictive nature of the return journey would be attractive.

PS voted cold because of "be gentle- it's my first post"


thanks
#12
Highly recommend Chiltern Railways for passengers travelling from Birmingham and West Midlands to London, and also London Midland, can get some brilliant priced fares with both operators...
Everyone always thinks of Virgin Trains and their fares are usually far higher, unless you get a bargain advance fare.
Yes granted, train journey times are a little longer,but the savings on tickets can be worth it. Walk on fares are also substantially cheaper.

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