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More of a heads up really than a deal. Megabus is to trial the UK’s first budget sleeper coach service.The new pilot service, operated by megabus.com, will offer passengers their own berth as well as a standard seat for greater comfort during their journey. between Glasgow and London in each direction.Passengers will have access to a toilet, free wi-fi, on-board refreshments and a complimentary overnight pack containing a toothbrush, toothpaste, a bottle of water, an eye mask and a luggage label. Each berth has a reading light and curtain for extra privacy, as well as a duvet, pillow and blanket.

Fares on the new service, which is being operated with three specially-refurbished articulated coaches fitted with 24 berths and seats, will range from £1 to £40*. best fare i can find is £1 on 7th +14 th december. & £3 on 9th+ 15th november
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farfromout 2 Likes #1
I dunno if I would want to go into a 'bunk' where someone, who paid a £1 for the pleasure, has been up to godknowswhat. Icky.
dobson91 7 Likes #2
Shotgun top bunk :p
mocmocamoc 4 Likes #3
Is it like the Harry Potter Knight Bus?

Good deal if you want to go overnight, sounds interesting. I took the Megabus once, it was only a quid but not the greatest experience I ever had
angerudd 1 Like #4
Anything for a half decent sleep!
Master G 28 Likes #5
Woo cheaper than paying for a hotel in London. Just catch the bus to Glasgow and back. This could solve the homeless problem!
jay_leeds 3 Likes #6
Can you fit 2 people into these :p
spaceinvader 6 Likes #7
Farts travel in all directions
OldEnglish#8
jay_leeds - Sep 23, 2011 10:39
Can you fit 2 people into these
One on top of each other you would but don't tell farfromout...........and the wheels on the bus go round & round ;)
datca 3 Likes #9
"More of a heads up really than a deal."

I would say more of a "heads down" - boom boom!

Good deal - can't see how Megabus can make any profit on this though with the current fuel prices.
rodman#10
i like the pciture
magicbeans#11
wonder what happens if u get loadsa screaming kids on there....or loved up teenagers.....eeeeeeeeeew!
tp0611 9 Likes #12
magicbeans
wonder what happens if u get loadsa screaming kids on there....or loved up teenagers.....eeeeeeeeeew!


Joining the 60mph club.... ohhhhh yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh
lisacasbanned#13
I like this deal .
tfish 6 Likes #14
download the apple translator app if you want to chat to follow passengers
johnmcga#15
I can't deny it's a bargain (voted hot), but this one's definitely not for me. Can't stand coaches at the best of times!

(I'd definitely recommend the Caledonian Sleeper train though. It's admittedly far more expensive, but you get a comfy berth and there's a bar.)
mocmocamoc#16
It makes money like easyjet I think, a few seats are a quid but can be £40 for the last bunk.
CHEEPSTUFFRULES! 7 Likes #17
What happened to the seat belts on buses rule? Do you get strapped down?
DealWizard 6 Likes #18
farfromout
I dunno if I would want to go into a 'bunk' where someone, who paid a £1 for the pleasure, has been up to godknowswhat. Icky.


That's a rather weird comment and has nothing to do with such a good deal! It smells of 'class conscious' behaviour
winstonmanc 3 Likes #19
tp0611
magicbeans
wonder what happens if u get loadsa screaming kids on there....or loved up teenagers.....eeeeeeeeeew!


Joining the 60mph club.... ohhhhh yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh


You'll be lucky .. this is megabus. More like the 45mph club.
bodderz 5 Likes #20
DealWizard
farfromout
I dunno if I would want to go into a 'bunk' where someone, who paid a £1 for the pleasure, has been up to godknowswhat. Icky.


That's a rather weird comment and has nothing to do with such a good deal! It smells of 'class conscious' behaviour


How is that 'class conscious'?

Are you suggesting that as the charge is only £1 that poor people are using the service? Thereby placing your suppositions on farfromout's comment?

I think it is you who is 'class conscious'.


Edited By: bodderz on Sep 23, 2011 11:49

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