Seats from £1+ 50p booking fee (Bookings available up until Dec 11), Oxford Tube also available (& Ireland realistically from £19) @ Megabus - HotUKDeals
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***London/Glasgow Sleeper now open for booking***
(I don't even want to imagine....)

They also go to Rosslare from £19 inc ferry crossing.

Numerous other destinations.

Not to everyone's taste but some bargains to be had.

(Oxford Tube usually costs £14 so some drivers are less than impressed with £1 passengers lol. They have free WiFi & electrical points.)
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You can use Tesco Clubcard vouchers to purchase tickets :)
(although you will have to pay the booking fee using your card)

Edited By: BadBargain2 on Apr 17, 2011 12:30: .
suspended#2
Do they take bus passes???

Nearest bust stop start is Cardiff for me but that is 100miles away...

Still HOT on price though'
#3
Anyone know if they are any plans for more routes with the megabus as there service and prices are superb.
#4
Hot, although I'd rather pay a bit more for National Express.
#5
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#6
mikbak

Nearest bust stop start is Cardiff for me but that is 100miles away...

Looks like they have services to West Wales now too.
1 Like #7
Nevasleep
Hot, although I'd rather pay a bit more for National Express.


Not really much difference between national express and megabus. Just because they're a cheap brand makes everyone think that they're cheap coaches. And also megabus drops you off at much more convenient places.
#8
Nevasleep
Hot, although I'd rather pay a bit more for National Express.

Why ????????
#9
Nevasleep
Hot, although I'd rather pay a bit more for National Express.

yes tell us why, we need to know
#10
hot from me
#11
Been to London on one of these before, paid £4 for two of us, return (plus booking fee) - as opposed to £80+ each on the train.

It's not first class travel, but if you can bear to be on a coach for such a long time its worth the saving - onboard facilities, clean coaches and reclining seats. Can't grumble for £4.

PS: I've been National Express before - it's no different except they seem to travel more places. :P

Edited By: xeroc on Apr 17, 2011 11:44
#12
These are also available for travel in the North Eastern USA for $1 per trip for anybody that doesn't know and happens to be visiting that area .. amazingly cheap way to visit multiple cities! :)
2 Likes #13
Been using MegaBus for years to do Manchester-London journey and it's ALWAYS been this price (so long as you get ya booking in early), failing to see what the "deal" is here!?!?
#14
Tanya
Nevasleep
Hot, although I'd rather pay a bit more for National Express.

Why ????????

In my area at least, the coaches don't look too comfortable, a few times I've seen buses used instead, and overtaken them while on Nat Ex.
#15
Nevasleep
Tanya
Nevasleep
Hot, although I'd rather pay a bit more for National Express.

Why ????????

In my area at least, the coaches don't look too comfortable, a few times I've seen buses used instead, and overtaken them while on Nat Ex.


What a stupid reason. You're a perfect example of what is wrong with this country.
#16
I've travelled multiple times with Megabus and National Express down from Edinburgh to London (and the reverse) and I would go with National Express every-time, saying that price is a big incentive to rough it

some of the things which have happened on a Megabus coach so far include the toilet overflowing part way through the journey, chewing gum stuck too seat belt and my jeans, driver refusing to turn heating off or air conditioning on even though it's boiling in the back, bus breakdowns etc.
#17
I have travelled on both Megabus and NX and NX seem to be worse in my opinion. Broken windscreen or broken clutch causing huge delays. Also overflowing toilet. I guess it is a coach, so of course one of these things may happen.
#18
jdw93
Nevasleep
Tanya
Nevasleep
Hot, although I'd rather pay a bit more for National Express.

Why ????????

In my area at least, the coaches don't look too comfortable, a few times I've seen buses used instead, and overtaken them while on Nat Ex.

What a stupid reason. You're a perfect example of what is wrong with this country.

Sorry, can you explain?
Out of interest, if I asked you to recommend an airline, would it be Ryanair?

BTW - I didn't vote this deal cold, as if Megabus are far cheaper than the alternatives, I would travel by them.
#19
shirlsky
I have travelled on both Megabus and NX and NX seem to be worse in my opinion. Broken windscreen or broken clutch causing huge delays. Also overflowing toilet. I guess it is a coach, so of course one of these things may happen.

I think NX are franchises, hence some areas are better than others. Likewise with Megabus, I'm sure some local depots are better than mine.
#20
mikbak..just looked onsite and you can go from pemdock
#21
well 2 of us have just booked a single journey from sunderland to london in august and it's cost us £9 plus 50p booking fee

cracking value.
#22
Tried to book a return to London from Glasgow for two of us but it comes up as £20.00 so not that cheap.
#23
Nevasleep
mikbak

Nearest bust stop start is Cardiff for me but that is 100miles away...
Looks like they have services to West Wales now too.

Furthest West I can see is Cardiff - hardly West Wales or am I missing something?
#24
hot if you can find a journey for 1.50
#25
meganjonez
hot if you can find a journey for 1.50

we found 1 seat from sunderland to london at £1 and the 2nd seat was £8

can't really complain at that price, excellent
#26
They have taken Peterborough off their routes :(
#27
no such £1 just search london reading tomorrow 19 APR £18 return - misleading !
1 Like #28
ctoumi
no such £1 just search london reading tomorrow 19 APR £18 return - misleading !


It works a bit like the low cost airlines, the earlier you book the cheaper it is.
If you book today for travel tomorrow, then it certainly wont be cheap

Edited By: poisondwarf on Apr 21, 2011 21:50: spelling
#29
The price is from £1 folks, do not expect every fare to be a £1!

I too have noticed some routes disappearing, not good at all
suspended#30
Oxford Tube added. They are quite comfy :)

Ireland, Rosslare seems to be £19 = Wed; £25 = Mon, Tue & Thu; £30 = Fri, Sat & Sun. They say that there are £1 fares but I didn't find any.
suspended#31
Summer megasale Bag a mega saving this summer with megabus.com and pay no more than £8 each way for travel within the UK. Travel must be booked at least 14 days in advance for journeys between 1st July and 2nd October. Offer excludes megatrain.com and megabusplus.com bookings. Offer valid to and from Scottish destinations on cross-border services only and excluding overnight services between Aberdeen and London (via Dundee, Perth, Glasgow, Preston and Birmingham) in both directions.
suspended#32
They are doing a sleeper service soon. Shoud be interesting (_;)
suspended#33
Bookings now available up until Dec 11th 2011

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