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Kids Go Free To Attractions in Scotland With 'Kids Go Free' @ Scotrail

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Worth considering for days out over the Easter holidays. Scotrail are running an offer when you - Travel off-peak any day of the week and up to two children aged 5-15 can travel FREE with each adult.…
millarcat Avatar5m, 5d agoFound 5 months, 5 days ago7 Comments
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Just bought kids free tickets for Tom at science centre
Can someone give some more information on this please? How it works? Thanks
so you just turn up at the zoo with the train ticket for kids to get in free?
Heat added as its so nice to see a deal for outings in Scotland!
Heat added, pity the Glasgow Science Centre isnt on the list anymore
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Free rail card for over 50s(rrp£15)(Scotland only)

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FREE PRESCRIPTIONS FREE EDUCATION NOW FREE RAIL CARD!!!!!!!!!!!! FREEDOM!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Join Club 50 online by 31 August for free membership and exclusive introductory travel offer. Join Club…
boardyboy Avatar11m, 1d agoFound 11 months, 1 day ago70 Comments
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I'm not attacking the scots. what was said was wrong so I corrected it.

as for who owns scotland there are about 300+ people own Scotland and the SNP government are too scared to alter it in their new land act. so blame your lairds of the big estates.
What is all this pish ? Scottish/English it's so **** boring, no matter what side the border you are on your getting shafted by upper class elites keeping all the money with-in their circle on the backs of our hard work, what changes ? divide and rule, keep the **** peasants arguing amongst themselfs, We, SCOTLAND are a proud nation, try attacking the ones that are really stealing from you, NOT US.
oh, if you want more proof the magic words are Barnett formula.
fazzy-bhoy
jonnithomas
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scots are enjoying a better life compare to resident of england, no tuition fee, no proscription fee and now free train rides.. wow
and guess who's paying for it??
The Scottish taxpayer.
nope, the UK taxpayer. Scottish taxpayers are subsidised. mainly by the welsh and English.
no, you are wrong.
In fact, the UK taxpayers are subsidised by Scotland.

well I can say I'm 7'3" with a 10" dong. it means nothing without some proof. where's yours ? mine's easy on the subsidies front. it's what's said in Hansard, on Newsnight and on all the political debates at the time of the referendum.

also all the SNP figures were based on oil revenue being twice what it is now.
jonnithomas
fazzy-bhoy
r40
difficult_guy
scots are enjoying a better life compare to resident of england, no tuition fee, no proscription fee and now free train rides.. wow
and guess who's paying for it??
The Scottish taxpayer.
nope, the UK taxpayer. Scottish taxpayers are subsidised. mainly by the welsh and English.

no, you are wrong.

In fact, the UK taxpayers are subsidised by Scotland.
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Scotrail Club 50 introductory offer

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Join Club 50 by 31 August for free membership and exclusive introductory travel offer. Join Club 50 today to take advantage of an exclusive introductory offer letting you travel throughout Scotland f…
quine Avatar1y, 1d agoFound 1 year, 1 day ago25 Comments
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can anyone tell me if this includes Carlisle station as it did with Club 55? Thanks
Unfortunately not in the new Club... see the FAQ:

"Can I use Club 50 offers to travel to or from Carlisle? 
"No, Club 50 is only valid between stations in Scotland, on ScotRail services. Services from or to Carlisle, Newcastle and Berwick-upon-Tweed are not included in the offer as these stations are not in Scotland. "
Good news if you missed the 31/8 deadline to sign up for free, it's been extended - now you have to end September - ie 30/9 to sign up for first year free.
http://www.scotrail.co.uk/offers/club50

PS:
Got their 'temporary' card today with promise of permanent card later in year - ie much admin going on!

Reminder with that if you haven't bought your £10 Return ticket(s) they need to be bought & travel started by 30/9 [with return within the month].

PPS 17/9/15: Got the proper plastic credit card sized Club 50 Card through today with passport photo!
Interestingly doesn't have any year or 'valid until' date or any visible machine readable properties (ie stripe/chip/barcode) - maybe has a chip inside... ?


Edited By: mk-donald on Sep 17, 2015 18:41: .
I wish the English could have voted on the Scots leaving the Union as I think many would have voted yes. The Scots get more money from the UK Govt than England & Wales as a sop to keep them in. The fact is that the Scots have no major industry other than North Sea Oil and they are a drain on the Health Service as they smoke and drink more. It pees me off to see my kids paying for University when I am subsiding free education for Scots from my tax. Free prescriptions etc etc.....LOL
if you join then try put the journey on your basket and see
can anyone tell me if this includes Carlisle station as it did with Club 55? Thanks
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Free kids entry to various attractions (eg Edinburgh Zoo) with paying adult with valid Scotrail ticket £1.80

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If you buy a valid adult ticket on Scotrail routes, you can get a "Kids go free" ticket which allows up to two 5-15 year olds to travel free. The kids ticket also gets the child free entry to some gr…
Thistleno1 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago21 Comments
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So if we get the bus from are Caravan park seton stands to Edinburgh can we just nip to the train station & get the adults return then go to the zoo or do you have to jump on the train to do l the journey lol
So if we get the bus from are Caravan park seton stands to Edinburgh can we just nip to the train station & get the adults return then go to the zoo or do you have to jump on the train to do l the journey lol
So if we get the bus from are Caravan park seton stands to Edinburgh can we just nip to the train station & get the adults return then go to the zoo or do you have to jump on the train to do the journey lol

Edited By: wakenshawj on Apr 29, 2016 16:01
I'm planning a trip in the Easter holidays to Edinburgh and would like to use the kids free entry to the attractions, can someone explain how I do this?
You don't need a voucher, the kids train ticket doubles up as the entry ticket. Not long back in from a day out at the Zoo so can personally vouch for it now!
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Scotrail - 50% off Off-Peak & Super Off-Peak Return tickets - online sale (buy by 12/6 travel out by 13/6)

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Summary: Get a 50% discount on Off-Peak and Super Off-Peak Day return and period return tickets (ie 1 month) on Scotrail services in Scotland, when you buy online (through their Summer Sale link page)…
mk-donald Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago12 Comments
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Cheers op. Bought a ticket for tomorrow for Edinburgh. Pity about the pending strike or would have made more train journeys.
the strike got postponed no?
Currently "suspended" ie off but that was Monday pm news, and their comment was at the weekend when pre-booking anything for 4-5/6 and 9-11/6 would have been foolhardy.
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Cheers op. Bought a ticket for tomorrow for Edinburgh. Pity about the pending strike or would have made more train journeys.
the strike got postponed no?
handy thanks op
Nice find :)
Thanks OP!
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50 % OFF SCOTRAIL SUPER AND OFF PEAK RETURN TICKETS.

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(NO CODE NEEDED BUT MUST BOOK VIA LINK) For a limited time only, you can enjoy the luxury of 50% off all off-peak and super off-peak tickets. Whether you want to visit family or friends, are planning…
marko4ever24 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago2 Comments
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I didn't think to look in Voucher codes as there is NO voucher code, and only found it after I had posted this as a Deal (which of course it is). Didn't mean to compete with you or duplicate the information.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/scotrail-50-off-off-peak-super-off-peak-return-tickets-online-sale-buy-12-6-travel-2216772

Hopefully Scotrail travellers will find it between our postings. It isn't showing on the Scotrail website in their "Offers" yet, and the 50% Summer Sale discounted fares weren't appearing this morning, but are this evening, so probably they are just about to publicise it themselves, though perhaps they're wary of promoting travel over the 4/6 & 9/6 potential strike disruptions dates [they were stopping nearly all services outside Central Belt when strikes were first planned earlier this week].


Edited By: mk-donald on May 29, 2015 20:35: .
Great find
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Unintentially FREE* Upgrade to First Class on certain Scotrail 'suburban' routes

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Read this in the Scotsman today. Certain 'suburban' routes in Scotland have only one type of fare BUT the trains that are on these routes in the Central Belt sometimes have more than one class of sea…
Chispas Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago6 Comments
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Lost of South West Trains don't have first class ticket pricing either, but run rolling stock with first class.
I try to avoid them - they are a magnet for school kids and trolls, and become crowded long before the other carriages.
That certainly doesn't sound attractive... [howzat?]
I avoid trolls & school kids like the plague, too, and pished footie fanatics, well mebbe just pished travellers in general
Lost of South West Trains don't have first class ticket pricing either, but run rolling stock with first class.

I try to avoid them - they are a magnet for school kids and trolls, and become crowded long before the other carriages.
South west trains never check/ can't be bothered to argue or speak up when you sit in their 'first class' areas
theyiddo
Hardly a deal. Checking the train timetables will tell you if a particular train has first class or not. If it does not, but there is a first class carriage, then you are free to sit there with a standard class ticket. Also, if the timetables states the train has first class, but the Customer Information System at the station/platform shows standard class only, then you are again entitled to sit in first class. This has always been the case.

http://www.railforums.co.uk/showthread.php?t=112287


Did I put this in the wrong place? Didn't mean to show a deal so much as a possibly-little-known "freebie".
Thanks for link. It was news to me and as it's a semi-regular trip for me, I'll now be able to do it in a bit more comfort. Hope that's the case for others :)
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The cynic in me is thinking this is nice marketing ploy for Scotrail & the Hootsmon...

Edited By: Chispas on Apr 04, 2015 18:31: add't'l thought
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Kids (age 5 - 15) Go Free deals with Scotrail

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The Scotrail franchise has gone to a different company (Abellio, a Dutch company) but the kids - ages 5-15 - go free deal is ongoing. Each adult can have two kids free with them on their ticket. Tic…
Chispas Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago3 Comments
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Maybe Scotrail have had too many traumatic experiences with the 1 day - 4 yrs & 364 day age group... they seem to have wiped them from their memory.
"Kids Go Free" is great as long as they don't come back!
Ratz, forgot to embed the urls - will do so now :)

Argh - me not know what I'm doing wrong... rofl

Ah ha!
Buy tickets online

There are also some "deals" for one free child entry per Kids Go Free ticket (with accompanying adult): various attractions

AND some 2for1 offers

Edited By: Chispas on Apr 04, 2015 18:27: finally figured out URL embedding :)
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Scotrail free off peak return tickets

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£1 million pound ticket giveaway Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Update on my two applications that no emails ever showed up for...This last week they did indeed post my two vouchers out (three in fact - as they sent two different #'d vouchers for one of the two trips - and in the wrong direction, but they say their staff all know that the vouchers can be *d up re from/to direction) ie so exactly as they said they should where emails never got through.
Don't hold your breath on getting a meaningful reply. I've lost count of the phone calls. Despite them having screen dumps of my "success" message, I'm still waiting to hear anything other than they're still looking at it.
Only problem I now have is interpreting their "Off-Peak Day Return" time restrictions as I can only hope the published time limits apply when you BOARD a train, rather than when you are ON a train - as otherwise the Inverness-Thurso ticket they so kindly provided (worth £26.30 if it were an "Anytime Day Return", there being no Off Peak Day Return offered normally) is utterly unusable otherwise as the trains only run about every 3.5 hours and take about that long! I've emailed them to get clarification.
(They have clearly cost themselves a lot more than the £1M offer value with all the bad admin of this offer, and caused plenty of freeloaders to look the gift horse in the mouth.)
Still waiting for any meaningful response from Scotrail. "Somebody's looking at it" isn't really that impressive when they've had all the evidence they need for weeks. Travel date is 21/05 so time yet, but it's time consuming chasing them.

Good news from Scotrail - it took them around a week to reply - but I got a detailed and very relevant response from them - ie they had definitely read my email and addressed its points = a total novelty for most TOC helplines!

1. They told me - in writing - there is no off-peak restriction on Inverness-Thurso route = nice valuable ticket.

2. Otherwise re the Off-Peak time limitations - it's only the time of BOARDING, not travelling, that needs to be in the off-peak hours for these promo tickets.

So eventually I'm very impressed with the offer - it's saved me £26.30 (for 8 hours of train travel to/fro Thurso - ie plenty of time to get through a Seabrook variety pack "qbs" :p) & worth £38.70 for my other journey.

So anyone else: if you're still awaiting those elusive emails or the promised paper ticket(s) - or you can't get the answers you need from the FAQs, then emailing them through their site's "contact us" [you should get an ack' email immediately] produced excellent results for me.


Edited By: mk-donald on May 01, 2015 16:58
mk-donald
Update on my two applications that no emails ever showed up for...This last week they did indeed post my two vouchers out (three in fact - as they sent two different #'d vouchers for one of the two trips - and in the wrong direction, but they say their staff all know that the vouchers can be *d up re from/to direction) ie so exactly as they said they should where emails never got through.
Don't hold your breath on getting a meaningful reply. I've lost count of the phone calls. Despite them having screen dumps of my "success" message, I'm still waiting to hear anything other than they're still looking at it.
Only problem I now have is interpreting their "Off-Peak Day Return" time restrictions as I can only hope the published time limits apply when you BOARD a train, rather than when you are ON a train - as otherwise the Inverness-Thurso ticket they so kindly provided (worth £26.30 if it were an "Anytime Day Return", there being no Off Peak Day Return offered normally) is utterly unusable otherwise as the trains only run about every 3.5 hours and take about that long! I've emailed them to get clarification.
(They have clearly cost themselves a lot more than the £1M offer value with all the bad admin of this offer, and caused plenty of freeloaders to look the gift horse in the mouth.)
Still waiting for any meaningful response from Scotrail. "Somebody's looking at it" isn't really that impressive when they've had all the evidence they need for weeks. Travel date is 21/05 so time yet, but it's time consuming chasing them.



Edited By: qbs on Apr 20, 2015 23:53: edit
Update on my two applications that no emails ever showed up for...

This last week they did indeed post my two vouchers out (three in fact - as they sent two different #'d vouchers for one of the two trips - and in the wrong direction, but they say their staff all know that the vouchers can be *d up re from/to direction) ie so exactly as they said they should where emails never got through.

Only problem I now have is interpreting their "Off-Peak Day Return" time restrictions as I can only hope the published time limits apply when you BOARD a train, rather than when you are ON a train - as otherwise the Inverness-Thurso ticket they so kindly provided (worth £26.30 if it were an "Anytime Day Return", there being no Off Peak Day Return offered normally) is utterly unusable otherwise as the trains only run about every 3.5 hours and take about that long! I've emailed them to get clarification.

(They have clearly cost themselves a lot more than the £1M offer value with all the bad admin of this offer, and caused plenty of freeloaders to look the gift horse in the mouth.)


Edited By: mk-donald on Apr 19, 2015 17:27
esporito22
Well I can get a train from Dundee to Broughty Ferry..... A whole 5 minute journey lol...thanks but no thanks
And how many trains stop at Broughty Ferry?
mk-donald
10 days on and still no sign of either of my ticket emails:|
Nor any reply to my submitting via their website a query about it all [my direct emails having been bounced !]
Phoned them up on 0344 811 0141 then 2 then 1
Apparently quite a lot of ticket emails were bounced [due I believe to their initial IT configuration on taking over the Franchise that day being glitched] and so they say they are sending out physical tickets to those affected, which should be received over the coming week - ie by Sat 18/4.
"If one saw the screen saying your ticket will be emailed out shortly" [which I did, twice] then your ticket should be registered on their system and real tickets being provided.
Suggested I get back to back to them if nothing received by next weekend... Time will prove how much of an April's Fool it was X)
[UK call centres btw!]
You can email them at [email protected] , but their system seems to lose more emails than it gets. I took a screen dump of my "success" message, so I've also sent them that, as they couldn't find me on the system. Other problem I have is the "success" message is for the wrong destination and the wrong day, so it's going to be interesting to see how they sort that out. I had calls from them on Friday and Saturday to update me (no update) on my complaint, but tickets being sent out wasn't mentioned.
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Return 'Club 55' train trips across Scotland for £19.00 for aged 55+ to 31/3/15 (+return) from Scotrail

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(Note: there is no 'Club' to join - just that of being at least 55 years old...) ScotRail are yet again repeating their Club 55 offer, this time for outward travel by 31/3/15 and still includes Virgi…
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28/7/15: New (free for now) Club 50 announced with extra perks eg 50+ y/o and 20% off some tickets and special offers - eg £10 return in Sep/Oct instead of £19...
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/scotrail-club-50-introductory-offer-2253808
Thanks for all this great info, MK. I might just have a skeck at this. Pity I'm married to a young thing who will have to pay full price :-)
You can read a sorta FAQ about the offer at
http://www.scotrail.co.uk/tickets/club-55/discover-the-benefits-of-club-55

As previously the online Scotrail booking engine does NOT permit a group of Club 55 travellers to be part Railcard holders & part not hence if you wanted reserved seats (together) you can't book them in one go. The way round this is either to phone them up and book & reserve your mixed party, or to book the tickets in separate lots and then organise a free seating reservation over the phone or at a station/agency (just remember to do it in good time).

We found last Autumn that Senior Railcard Holders doing day-returns could often undercut the £17 fare eg on the Far North & Kyle Lines, but a 55-60 y/old would save money. Similarly buying Advance tickets - which tie you to a specific train/time - may be cheaper (as may say MegaTrain eg from Carlisle to Edinburgh) but as a return ticket, allowing return anytime in next month, and not tied to any train these can be excellent value especially as you can buy them (Standard Class) on the day at the departure station.

There is a Club 55 offer also on currently from Arriva Trains Wales - running to 28/2 (+7 days for return) - ie same 55y/o+ eligibility, but different period/price (and a £5 Friday supplement) as well as allowing break of journey! See
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/arriva-train-club-55-deal-2115282






Edited By: mk-donald on Jan 17, 2015 07:44: Emphasis
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scotrail edinburgh or glasgow to aberdeen from £11.30 single advance fare

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a ticket on the day is £29 so if you can book in advance a good saving.
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priced it for next weekend... £180 return lol!
Good saving heat added
Couldnt you say the same about all "advance" tickets against an on the day price?

This is more like standard price and not exactly a deal
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Return train trips across Scotland for £19.00 for aged 55+ from 1/10/14 to 30/11/14 (+return) @ ScotRail

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ScotRail are repeating their Autumn Club 55 offer, albeit only from 1/10 to 30/11 in 2014 (ie September got missed out this year), and still includes Virgin & Cross Country & TransPennine services in
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Tips:

a. This is NOT expired - you can buy a Club55 ticket until 30/11 (and return within a month of that) - I did so just yesterday!.

b. If you are buying online a Club55 ticket as part of a group of people with different Railcards/ages and hence can't reserve seats together through the online system, you can ring Scotrail's online ticket service (choose the options as if you were buying a ticket) and explain you have a Club55 ticket & others booked but the separate Club55 system didn't allow you to make reservations for your party to sit together and they will make the reservation (free) for you. (Only downside is you have no physical evidence of your reservation just a reference reference number.)
Friday 12 Sep and 2+ weeks until the ScotRail Club 55 offer starts but they've already activated their online purchase system via a page at
http://www.scotrail.co.uk/club-55/form

Unfortunately their implementation has, as in previous years, an early binary choice between buying EITHER all your tickets at full £19/£35 price OR ELSE buying all of them with Senior/Disabled Railcard £2 discount, so if travelling in a "mixed party" & plan to use the system to make seat reservations together you'd be out of luck - although you can of course buy tickets at stations where reservations can be made up to 6pm day prior to travel. [Remember with Club 55 First Class you HAVE to make reservations!]



Edited By: mk-donald on Sep 12, 2014 19:14
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TheKingSixtyTwentyFour
Is there anyone actually living in Scotland over the age of 55?
It applies to non-residents too - I've always been able to use without any difficulty 8)
Will that still apply if Scotland decides to go it alone in a couple of weeks?
TheKingSixtyTwentyFour
Is there anyone actually living in Scotland over the age of 55?
It applies to non-residents too - I've always been able to use without any difficulty 8)
Is there anyone actually living in Scotland over the age of 55?
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Kids Go Free (aged 5-15) Train Tickets when travelling with an adult - ALL routes in Scotland @ Scotrail. Also 1 free child entry to attractions - ALSO DURING SCHOOL HOLS!

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Get set for some fab family days out! Because with a Kids Go Free ticket not only can two kids (aged 5-15) travel free off-peak with each adult all year round, you also get one free child entry to a h…
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I was at Edinburgh Zoo and they refused to take my "normal" train ticket, says it has to specifically say "kids go free" on the ticket so make sure you get that.
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Return train travel for over 55s anywhere in Scotland (can also begin journey in Carlisle & Berwich u-Tweed - ONLY £19.00 @ Scotrail

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Exclusive train offer for over 55s. If you are 55 or over, Club 55 is a fantastic way to explore Scotland by train for only £19 return. From 1 May to 30 June you can make a return trip between any of…
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Its timetabled as a non express passenger service. It does not convey first class accommodation therefor its a fully standard class train service. If on the day of the service it's a train that has first class accommodation, its declassified to standard class to meet the advertised publications requirements, so like you say, standard class ticket holders can use the first class seating without penalty. Not all class 158 trains in the scotrail fleet are fitted with first class accommodation
GrumpyJo
oh and if heading north or west of Inverness, those services do not have 1st class accommodation so no Premier seating
Last year they still had the First Class section of the carriages (Class 158 train), it was just de-classified for use by Standard ticket holders.
oh and if heading north or west of Inverness, those services do not have 1st class accommodation so no Premier seating
The Club 55 Premier tickets are restricted so if you plan on traveling 1st class you MUST make a reservation, they cannot be purchased on train even if boarding at a station that does not have ticket selling facilities such as a ticket office or ticket vending machine
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Glasgow Science Centre £1.10 child tickets instead of £8.50, Edinburgh Zoo £1.10 instead of £12, Edinburgh Dungeons £1.10 instead of £12.60, Xscape Snow Zone £1.10 instead of £21 + other attractions @ scotrail

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I was looking to take the kids to the Science Centre in Glasgow but there were no current deals on kids. The price was £8.50 per child and £10.50 per adult. I then noticed that First Scotrail are doi…
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Does this offer include travel on weekend?
luxmarket
They spent millions of pounds to build these places but nobody wants to visit, they are always empty like UK libraries
Most people want value and the entry prices are way too high. If they had more incentives like a half price day especially within off-peak winter months or better still cheaper yearly memberships for individuals then more likely to get people through the doors.
banned
They spent millions of pounds to build these places but nobody wants to visit, they are always empty like UK libraries
hot thanks op
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mrsmum78
I have just been to my train station and they have told me the ticket has to have the destination of Edinburgh to go to the Zoo. Do you think they are just being told to say that? As i wanted 3 seperate tickets for children free tickets. It will cost me a fortune to pay full price so hopefully this is a fib. Please help.

Are you driving to zoo? If so why don't you get train tickets at Haymarket (probably closest train station to zoo) Haymarket to Waverly (which is next stop) would probably be around £2.00 each obviously don't get the train you just want the tickets...still much cheaper than zoo
so you buy train tickets and get in the car? Sounds better than catching train and bus to get there and back.
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Scotrail having a sale (1/3 off) on their Caledonian Sleeper service (Overnight London Euston to Scotland, including Edinburgh, Fort William, ...and Glasgow, I think), cheapest single I can find so far to Edinburgh is £40.00

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I recieved an email from them and have posted the link enclosed. Not sure if it's a personalised link, but hopefully will work for others. If not the main site will possibly give the reduced price any…
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The link attached didn't work for me so I have attached the proper link: http://www.scotrail.co.uk/dreamtickets
One of the nicest things you can do, fall asleep in the big smoke and wake up in the beautiful countryside of Scotland.
ArchedEdge
Does anyone know how you tell which seat you get? I'm looking at Scotrail timetable but then can't tell what sort of bed/seat I get!

I haven't booked this time, but pretty sure you get to choose a lower or upper bunk before purchase
Does anyone know how you tell which seat you get? I'm looking at Scotrail timetable but then can't tell what sort of bed/seat I get!
Good deal but id still stick with easyjet- if you catch them right you can get as cheap as £29 so £58 return
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Return train trips across Scotland for £19.00 for aged 55+ from 13/1 to 31/3 @ Scotrail

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ScotRail, the train company running the vast majority of routes across Scotland, are repeating their autumn Club55 promotion, AND including Virgin & CrossCountry & TransPennine Express services in Sco…
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FYI: There is also a fresh Welsh version of Club 55 from Arriva Trains Wales - see my posting on HUKD at
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/arriva-trains-wales-22-28-return-rail-trips-for-aged-55-5-4-1786287

With "add-ons" their offer extends into much of North-West England and even down to Marylebone in London!

Edited By: mk-donald on Jan 08, 2014 14:12
Was hoping this would come out again, pity its two days late for me this time, hot
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Return train trips across Scotland for £19.00 for aged 55+ from 1/9 to 30/11 @ ScotRail

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ScotRail, the train company running the vast majority of routes across Scotland, are repeating their autumn Club55 promotion, AND including Virgin & CrossCountry & TransPennine services in Scotland bu…
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Glasgow to London, almost half price return, you pick the day, you pick the route! £128.70 @ scotrail

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Same deal can be applied to alternate location and destination points! The more scenic way to travel, putting you fully in control. Custom food options also available as a free add-on, suitable for…
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For the silly socks that didn't get it:

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Not enough?

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I agree, Train is for mugs but thats only one part of this amazing deal.


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Cheers for the map, this will help me on my power walk!
And THIS, my friends, is why I'd never take the train.

If you're on a budget, the Megabus is about £10-£12 and takes 7-8 hours, and has the overnight sleeper option to/from Glasgow from £30.

I got that on the way up and found a flight from EDI to LHR for £46.

Bottom line, the bus is WAAAYYY cheaper and flying is often as cheap, if not cheaper, and WAAAYYY quicker.

Taking the train is for mugs.
Advance tickets are as low as £45 each way Euston to Glasgow Central even at peak times.
I am after a weekend in London from Glasgow, do they ever do the sleeper down on the Friday, and back up on Sunday night, on offer? or just take the plane as its coming in very expensive on the train?

This also seems expensive, but when adding on travel from airport into London, hotel etc.....
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