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£25 return on West Yorkshire service
Tickets now available for purchase onboard Grand Central trains.

Tickets will soon be available for purchase online and at ticket offices. Check back soon.

West Yorkshire February Sale
This great special offer is available for the whole of February 2011.


Terms & Conditions

Offer:
£25 standard class return fare between Grand Central Calling points: Bradford Interchange, Halifax, Brighouse, Wakefield or Pontefract Monkhill and London Kings Cross. This offer is not available between Doncaster and London Kings Cross.

Dates:
Tickets will be available for sale and for travel between 1 February and 28 February 2011. Neither purchase nor travel will be permitted outside these dates. All travel must be completed by 28 February, regardless of normal ticket validity.

Refunds:
No refunds and no exchanges will be permitted once the ticket is purchased.

Reservations:
Reservations are not compulsory with these tickets, but are recommended if you wish to be guaranteed a seat during the promotion.

Trains:
Travel can be made on any Grand Central train operating between Bradford Interchange and London Kings Cross, in either direction.

Tickets:
Tickets will be available for sale on board the train. These are valid on Grand Central Rail services only.

Discounts:
No further discounts including child and railcard discounts will be available with this promotion.
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#1
Awesome - cheers - next stop London from wakey!
#2
Haha same but from Brighouse.

Fantastic price to be honest, I catch it everyday to work and its improved alot, although it was 35 mins late this morning :(
#3
Why would anyone vote this cold ?

Id love to see anyone quote me £25 return from any of those stations to London !
#4
Hot hot hot!!
#5
wghennessy
Why would anyone vote this cold ?Id

Have you looked at the Grand Central timetable? Only 3 trains each way a day, all at times when people don't want to travel and they take much longer than the East Coast trains.

Plus they only have dinky little 4-coach trains. You can't prebook and tickets are only sold on trains means they'll be overcrowded and you'll have to spend 2 and a half hours each way standing up.

So yes, cold.

Edited By: UncleWilly on Feb 01, 2011 14:16
#6
And you might even get to sit down
#7
UncleWilly
wghennessy
Why would anyone vote this cold ?Id


Have you looked at the Grand Central timetable? Only 3 trains each way a day, all at times when people don't want to travel and they take much longer than the East Coast trains.

Plus they only have dinky little 4-coach trains. You can't prebook and tickets are only sold on trains means they'll be overcrowded and you'll have to spend 2 and a half hours each way standing up.

So yes, cold.


Oh yes the East Coast line that doesnt touch any of the stations the Grand Central line does. What is wrong with the times ? The 0720 from Brighouse is a perfect time to get the train to London and if you actually looked at the deal you would know that the online booking for this will be up shortly.

These are not busy trains, I get them everyday. Your not stating facts, this is a bargain for London FACT.
#8
very good price will be havign a day out soon
#9
You can now book online !
#10
This is a cracking deal, and deserves far more heat... Not only are the trains far more comfortable and spacious than horrid Virgin, but you even get free wifi!!!! And icing on the cake has to be the excellent service by staff and the extremely low priced food onboard... I thought the woman had charged me incorrectly, so i asked if she was sure and she said yes!!! Sandwich, crisps (Pipers, not crappy seabrooks), fruit cake, 500ml apple juice and a large tea for £6.60 !!! Beat that East Coast Rail!!!
#11
well i've booked mine today - going from brighouse for a day in half term. £25 return is a bargain. according to my booking confirmation - my seats are reserved both ways with table seats - i now have a very giddy 10 year old as she has never been to london so can't wait!
#12
1.5%for Train Tickets over £25 for quidco through train line. So if you buy two at once 75p saved. worth the effort for a few clicks
#13
offer extended to 13th march they must be struggling to be offerign these prices

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