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London to Portsmouth/Southampton by coach - 99p each way @ National Express

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Portsmouth and Southampton to London from 99p! 10,000 seats in Portsmouth and 10,000 in Southampton all going to London for 99p! That's less than a litre of petrol! Plus new direct services, sho… Read More
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7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago
Portsmouth and Southampton to London from 99p!

10,000 seats in Portsmouth and 10,000 in Southampton all going to London for 99p! That's less than a litre of petrol!

Plus new direct services, shorter journey times and new coaches!

Travel to London in style from Portsmouth and Southampton with our improved coach service and new coaches which benefit from wi-fi, leather seats, air-conditioning and great leg room!

Portsmouth to/from London - 8 new direct services and a journey time from under 2 hours

Southampton to/from London - 12 new direct services and a journey time from 2 hours and 15 minutes

So whether it's a business meeting, a shopping trip or taking advantage of our great 2for1 offer on London attractions why not take the coach to London?

Book now using the journey planner on the left!

*Services launch Friday 11th September 2009. Wi-fi available from Sunday 13th September 2009.
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#2
By the way, the £1 insurance is optional. Uncheck this box to get the 99p rate.
#3
I am not able to see this price... which date you are selecting ??
#4
nice :thumbsup:
#5
good4me2
I am not able to see this price... which date you are selecting ??


I just selected some random dates in October...virtually every fare was 99p
#6
This is because Greyhound Coaches have started in the UK on this route @ £1 also!!

GREAT OFFER THOUGH!

http://www.bug.co.uk/blog/2009/08/20/greyhound-to-start-running-coaches-in-the-uk-next-month/
#7
Heat added just for the pic. Nice deal though, if anyone want to use coach.:thumbsup:
#8
any dates you cant travel as I'm wanting 10 Feb 2010 and its coming back @ £12 :thumbsup:
banned#9
Great picture!
There's even a woman pushing...
#10
She's just pretending
#11
Voted cold. Searched some dates came to £57 for 2 adults and 2 children. Cheaper and more flexible to get the train
#12
i wouldn't book judging by that picture
#13
paul.jacobs
Voted cold. Searched some dates came to £57 for 2 adults and 2 children. Cheaper and more flexible to get the train

hah prove it! I don't deny you never got your £0.99 but it is not cheaper to get the train!
banned#14
If Your Life's A Mess Go National Express.....:thumbsup:
#15
paul.jacobs
Voted cold. Searched some dates came to £57 for 2 adults and 2 children. Cheaper and more flexible to get the train


So just because the specific date you wanted didn't come out at 99p you voted cold?
meh....walk for all i care :thumbsup:
#16
Disco
any dates you cant travel as I'm wanting 10 Feb 2010 and its coming back @ £12 :thumbsup:


Looks like the availability dries at the end of November i'm afraid.
banned#17
love the photo, and this quote from the article:
"We heard an awful noise that sounded like 20 Challenger tanks" - Im sure they get a lot of those in Mildenhall!!
#18
may look hot, but its wrong to use it.

This is only because of the new greyhound coach service, which has better seats and wifi and power sockets, at £1 for the same route.

Really UK coach companies are scum, scum I tell you. My area is dominated by 1 bus operator, when a rival service tried to start up they went behind following the bus and offering fairs for 1p. Like fools people paid their 1p, then the rival service vanished.

D.
#19
dapunk
may look hot, but its wrong to use it.

This is only because of the new greyhound coach service, which has better seats and wifi and power sockets, at £1 for the same route.
D.


This has leather seats, wifi etc too...competition is always good for the consumer and is certainly not a reason for them to ignore a good deal. :thumbsup:
#20
Niz
hah prove it! I don't deny you never got your £0.99 but it is not cheaper to get the train!


£57 for a bus leaving Portsmouth 20th November at 4pm ish, return next day at around 7pm.
£54.60 for a fully flexible train ticket with a family railcard. 2 adults 2 children
#21
boozie
So just because the specific date you wanted didn't come out at 99p you voted cold?
meh....walk for all i care :thumbsup:


yes, £57 is not a hot deal for a bus journey, unlike most cold voters I will give a reason. I will join the Forum with a different email, just to vote it cold again, just for your compassionate reply to my previous post.:thumbsup::thumbsup:
banned#22
paul.jacobs
£57 for a bus leaving Portsmouth 20th November at 4pm ish, return next day at around 7pm.
£54.60 for a fully flexible train ticket with a family railcard. 2 adults 2 children


Cost of family rail card? £24 is it not?
#23
JustifiedAncient
Cost of family rail card? £24 is it not?


no £26, but got one for £13 using a code in July, used it once already and it saved me £42 on 1 return train journey to London.

http://www.dailyecho.co.uk/news/4631776.Greyhound_bus_stuck_on_motorway_after_breaking_down/
#24
paul.jacobs
yes, £57 is not a hot deal for a bus journey, unlike most cold voters I will give a reason. I will join the Forum with a different email, just to vote it cold again, just for your compassionate reply to my previous post.:thumbsup::thumbsup:


Carry on being idiotic if you like....no skin off my nose :thumbsup:

Virtually every date in October and November is available for 99p...that in my humble opinion is a good deal. Voting cold just because the specific date you wanted was not available is more than pathetic but hey...fill your boots if it makes you feel better. :whistling:
#25
paul.jacobs
yes, £57 is not a hot deal for a bus journey, unlike most cold voters I will give a reason. I will join the Forum with a different email, just to vote it cold again, just for your compassionate reply to my previous post.:thumbsup::thumbsup:


Plus, please don't lie for effect. The funfare for 2 x Adults 2 x kids on the dates/times you want is £40 not £57. In fact for 3 tickets it comes out at £5.96....unfortunately the 4th one bumps it up to £40 becuase presumably there's only three of the 99p seats left on this journey?
#26
National Express have always been pretty good when I've gone with them - minimal delays and always a fairly comfortable journey. Ok its not going to be as quick as the train but thats why you can get funfares such as this one. Well worth looking into if your not in a mad rush to get somewhere!

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