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£10.00 cashback on £10 fuel spend / £10 cashback on £10 trainline spend / cashback on fake tan up to £10 - topcashback existing customers (Invite only)

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Check your email just got one a few minutes ago with these offers. States limited time but not exactly when it ends. More info from Andykapa: - The “£10 Cashback on a £10+ Fuel spend” is only av…
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people, put yourself in the shoes of these companies! if an affiliate won't pay up why should tcb or quidco pay you out of their own pocket?

and in my case, when its quidco who have screwed up by making a mistake, then why should the affiliate network pay, and why should I lose out?
TCB owed me £162 for a total of two contracts opened up with sky. this would have resulted in a rather good deal. it took me 6 months of constant arguing and proof being sent backwards and forwards and after all that they only gave me £52.80 back last week and didn't even apologise. Quidco usually give around 5%-10% less but there tracking and reliability really is worth it. Someone will probably tell me they are owned by the same company but regardless they do a better job.
balluji
people, put yourself in the shoes of these companies! if an affiliate won't pay up why should tcb or quidco pay you out of their own pocket?


Because they are owed money! Take them to court and pass on what is owed
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when its good its very good - talkmobile contract 3 months ago £120 a year spend (£10 a month) - £49.00 cash back in bank yesterday.
But some dont like TCB.


agreed never had a problem with either site...i set up on Quidco in 2007 and have spent 12,000 through the site getting just under two grand in cashback..never once have i not been paid ..but sometimes had to log a ticket...so all in roughly 10% over the years..other have trumped this i know..but I'm not even that consistant ..usually only use it for big purchases...my advice is always clear cache/close browser/start from scratch - we often have hot deals open and may go to the site by mistake then shut that window and go through T.C /or Quidco which will cause issues...


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I would strongly advise against using topcashback.co.uk as I have plenty of experience of being denied cash back/being ripped off from these crooks. Either don't count on cash back or use QUIDCO
Yet I've made over £3k in cash back in the past 18 months with them and never had a problem...

How much have you spent!!! :-D
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Some big savings on train tickets. 2 adults - manchester to blackpool £5 each way per person + £0.75p booking fee trainline.com £20.75

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This deal may not be for everyone, but trainline have some huge reductions on advanced train tickets. Just bought 2 adult return tickets from manchester piccadilly to blackpool for £5 each way per…
Caroline_1993 Avatar5m, 4w agoFound 5 months, 4 weeks ago19 Comments
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The trainline doesn't have access to any special fares - they will be industry wide.
Sometimes specific train companies will give special fares on their own website.
Check for Quidco/ Topcashback & Nectar points (plus Tesco do doubleup with redspottedhanky)
Cold as it's standard advance prices available on all train sites - but most others do not have any booking fees.
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Why do people still buy from Trainline?
It's ALWAYS cheaper to buy directly from the train company because there are no booking fees.
Exactly. Unfortunately Trainline's misleading marketing and advertising fools stupid people into booking with them and paying needless booking fees.
There is NO ticket sold through the Trainline that is cheaper than anywhere else.
You can buy advance purchase tickets online at many different websites, over the phone or at your local booking office and, unlike booking through the Trainline, you won't pay a booking fee. http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-3246373/Train-tickets-thetrainline-com-no-cheaper-booking-direct-online-passengers-cough-booking-fee.html
The company I work for mandates that all rail tickets must be purchased through trainline X) Geniuses.


​BT?
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£10.00 cashback on £10 spend at thetrainline.com via Quidco (new members)

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Free' £10 spend at thetrainline.com Whether it’s Brighton or Birmingham, cashback website Quidco is offering new members £10 money-back on train tickets purchased fromthetrainline.com this week.
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Just realise that TheTrainline website is often one of the most expensive ways to buy train tickets with potentially booking fees, card payment fees and delivery fees - which you can normally avoid elsewhere - and they don't offer any of the train operating companies own reductions either :(
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-train-tickets
Would be good to offer this to existing customers too rather than alienating them. Good deal for new members though so well found OP.
Op, is deal expired, I can only see thetrainline business in quidco, where is thetrainline in quidco?


update
link HERE

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Thanks. Worth mentioning in the title that it's for new members?
Yup, it needs adding
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Cheaper 1st class tickets on some routes @ thetrainline

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I was looking for train tickets and have noticed that first class tickets are cheaper than standard tickets on the route I searched for, might be a glitch. Haven't checked any other routes so probably…
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I really cannot understand why anyone would use trainline. They charge for everything and not sure if it's virgin in drag. Just use one of the train operators, I use trans pennine express, 1% quidco and nectar points for ALL bookings. occasionally I use virgin east coast for london as they give online discount for their advance tickets but they only give nectar points if you use their trains. Big difference is with these two is no credit card charge and no charge for collecting tickets at station. So do doesn't matter where you are in uk you can use these companies. From memory East Midlands trains are similar and also on quidco
Also...don't book using the Trainline. They charge a booking fee.
Ah sorry, never realised
It is when the advance standard class sells out but the advance first hasn't done so yet.

It has always been that way.
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Leeds to London Kings X only £29.20 RETURN from Wed 18th Feb @ The Trainline £30.70

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Save over £80 on midweek travel to London. Starting 18th Feb for 3 months. Some weekends in March also available. Booking fee £1.50
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[quote=Newbold] Trainline is one of the most expensive ways to book a train ticket - cold for that reason.

Book direct with East Coast and the total return fare is just £26 (not £29.20) for the same jouney - and no extras or booking fee. Why would you want to use Trainline?

Post it and show everyone then? Oh you wont do cos that deal is available only one day in April, well done
What's the point of posting it? It isn't a deal - it's just standard East Coast pricing, which is always 10% lower than Trainline (with no booking fee either) for the same tickets. That applies to every ticket Trainline sell, too - unless they happen to be running a special discounted offer, which is very rare.

And by the way - the prices I quoted were for 18 February, just like the ones here.

Show me...http://tickets.eastcoast.co.uk/ec/en/JourneyPlanning/MixingDeck

Find it yourself. I don't know how to make my previous posts any clearer. The Trainline has the EXACT SAME availability as everyone else with the EXACT SAME base price. They (virtually?) NEVER discount tickets (I've never seen it happen), yet East Coast DO discount their Advance tickets.

Buying advance tickets on East Coast will therefore ALWAYS be 10% plus £1.50 cheaper at the East Coast website, and ALWAYS £1.50 cheaper (no booking fee) at the myriad of other rail websites that sell the EXACT SAME tickets with no fee.

I'm sorry if this seems harsh, but I just cannot grasp what you are finding so difficult to understand?

I understand completely but cannot find the prices you are on about on their website

I don't understand how you can't find them? Find your £14.60 fare on thetrainline and do a search on eastcoast for that ticket and it will be £13.00. E.g. 18th Feb 20.45 Leeds-London = £14.60 (+£1.50) at thetrainline and £13 (+£0) at East Coast.

Who the **** wants to set off at that time of day? The deal I posted gives you the option to travel through most of the day for the sake of another 3 or 4 quid
As the guy above says, you just don't get it - why on earth are you continuing to bang on about it? Tickets bought on the East Coast website will ALWAYS be 10% cheaper than the same tickets bought on Trainline. Not just one ticket, not a few, but EVERY SINGLE ticket, regardless of time, date and journey. You will not find one ticket that Trainline is cheaper for - simply because they charge the standard prices (plus fees) and EC reduce those standard prices by 10%.

Can you not grasp that?
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[quote=Newbold] Trainline is one of the most expensive ways to book a train ticket - cold for that reason.

Book direct with East Coast and the total return fare is just £26 (not £29.20) for the same jouney - and no extras or booking fee. Why would you want to use Trainline?

Post it and show everyone then? Oh you wont do cos that deal is available only one day in April, well done
What's the point of posting it? It isn't a deal - it's just standard East Coast pricing, which is always 10% lower than Trainline (with no booking fee either) for the same tickets. That applies to every ticket Trainline sell, too - unless they happen to be running a special discounted offer, which is very rare.

And by the way - the prices I quoted were for 18 February, just like the ones here.

Show me...http://tickets.eastcoast.co.uk/ec/en/JourneyPlanning/MixingDeck

Find it yourself. I don't know how to make my previous posts any clearer. The Trainline has the EXACT SAME availability as everyone else with the EXACT SAME base price. They (virtually?) NEVER discount tickets (I've never seen it happen), yet East Coast DO discount their Advance tickets.

Buying advance tickets on East Coast will therefore ALWAYS be 10% plus £1.50 cheaper at the East Coast website, and ALWAYS £1.50 cheaper (no booking fee) at the myriad of other rail websites that sell the EXACT SAME tickets with no fee.

I'm sorry if this seems harsh, but I just cannot grasp what you are finding so difficult to understand?

I understand completely but cannot find the prices you are on about on their website

I don't understand how you can't find them? Find your £14.60 fare on thetrainline and do a search on eastcoast for that ticket and it will be £13.00. E.g. 18th Feb 20.45 Leeds-London = £14.60 (+£1.50) at thetrainline and £13 (+£0) at East Coast.

Who the **** wants to set off at that time of day? The deal I posted gives you the option to travel through most of the day for the sake of another 3 or 4 quid

THE TICKETS ARE EXACTLY THE SAME. If a ticket is available for £14.60 + £1.50 booking fee at TheTrainLine then it is available for £13.00 with no booking fee at East Coast. PERIOD. If a ticket at TheTrainLine at 1pm, 3pm, 5pm, 11pm, 5am is £14.60, then it's £13.00 on the East Coast website.

The example I gave was the first ticket available for this price. Just like TheTrainLine have tickets throughout certain days at the price, East Coast has them too.

If you still can't grasp it then show this post to a 5 year old. Hopefully they can explain it to you...


Edited By: callum9999 on Feb 13, 2014 17:06: .
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[quote=Newbold] Trainline is one of the most expensive ways to book a train ticket - cold for that reason.

Book direct with East Coast and the total return fare is just £26 (not £29.20) for the same jouney - and no extras or booking fee. Why would you want to use Trainline?

Post it and show everyone then? Oh you wont do cos that deal is available only one day in April, well done
What's the point of posting it? It isn't a deal - it's just standard East Coast pricing, which is always 10% lower than Trainline (with no booking fee either) for the same tickets. That applies to every ticket Trainline sell, too - unless they happen to be running a special discounted offer, which is very rare.

And by the way - the prices I quoted were for 18 February, just like the ones here.

Show me...http://tickets.eastcoast.co.uk/ec/en/JourneyPlanning/MixingDeck

Find it yourself. I don't know how to make my previous posts any clearer. The Trainline has the EXACT SAME availability as everyone else with the EXACT SAME base price. They (virtually?) NEVER discount tickets (I've never seen it happen), yet East Coast DO discount their Advance tickets.

Buying advance tickets on East Coast will therefore ALWAYS be 10% plus £1.50 cheaper at the East Coast website, and ALWAYS £1.50 cheaper (no booking fee) at the myriad of other rail websites that sell the EXACT SAME tickets with no fee.

I'm sorry if this seems harsh, but I just cannot grasp what you are finding so difficult to understand?

I understand completely but cannot find the prices you are on about on their website

I don't understand how you can't find them? Find your £14.60 fare on thetrainline and do a search on eastcoast for that ticket and it will be £13.00. E.g. 18th Feb 20.45 Leeds-London = £14.60 (+£1.50) at thetrainline and £13 (+£0) at East Coast.

Who the **** wants to set off at that time of day? The deal I posted gives you the option to travel through most of the day for the sake of another 3 or 4 quid
yorxman
callum9999
yorxman
Newbold
yorxman
yorxman
[quote=Newbold] Trainline is one of the most expensive ways to book a train ticket - cold for that reason.

Book direct with East Coast and the total return fare is just £26 (not £29.20) for the same jouney - and no extras or booking fee. Why would you want to use Trainline?

Post it and show everyone then? Oh you wont do cos that deal is available only one day in April, well done
What's the point of posting it? It isn't a deal - it's just standard East Coast pricing, which is always 10% lower than Trainline (with no booking fee either) for the same tickets. That applies to every ticket Trainline sell, too - unless they happen to be running a special discounted offer, which is very rare.

And by the way - the prices I quoted were for 18 February, just like the ones here.

Show me...http://tickets.eastcoast.co.uk/ec/en/JourneyPlanning/MixingDeck

Find it yourself. I don't know how to make my previous posts any clearer. The Trainline has the EXACT SAME availability as everyone else with the EXACT SAME base price. They (virtually?) NEVER discount tickets (I've never seen it happen), yet East Coast DO discount their Advance tickets.

Buying advance tickets on East Coast will therefore ALWAYS be 10% plus £1.50 cheaper at the East Coast website, and ALWAYS £1.50 cheaper (no booking fee) at the myriad of other rail websites that sell the EXACT SAME tickets with no fee.

I'm sorry if this seems harsh, but I just cannot grasp what you are finding so difficult to understand?

I understand completely but cannot find the prices you are on about on their website

I don't understand how you can't find them? Find your £14.60 fare on thetrainline and do a search on eastcoast for that ticket and it will be £13.00. E.g. 18th Feb 20.45 Leeds-London = £14.60 (+£1.50) at thetrainline and £13 (+£0) at East Coast.
check the eastcoast website for departures after midday -
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Leeds to London Via Train, Christmas, New Year, £14.60 each way with the Trainline

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Leeds to London Kings Cross over the Christmas and New Year period via train for only £14.60 each way. Many dates and times available. I thought this was quite good considering its the busy Christmas
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nordberg
Any specific dates you can give? Just spent 20 mins and failed to find anything remotely cheap :(

I didnt check every date, but I started lookin from the 21st dec until after the new year. It was this price before the 21st dec too
eddibabyyeah
Cold, Cold, Cold.

Its cheaper to book with eastcoast & some of the other train operators. East coast also have a great rewards program.

Thetraine.com used to be the only place to buy train tickets online. Nowadays all of the train companies sell them and most dont charge credit card or booking fees.

I think it was National Rail That used to be the only place
Any specific dates you can give? Just spent 20 mins and failed to find anything remotely cheap :(
sonypc100
East Coast charge £1 for ticket delivery, though you can print at home or collect at a station for free

Apologies; didn't realise that; most Train Companies don't - and I'm pretty sure none charge commission / booking fee (but Cross Country try to charge for WiFi, so they might)
Quadrille
Chances are, you get the same prices on the East Coast web site - but without having pay a booking fee.

http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/

Trainline charges whopping fees

Train operating companies charge no fees at all (not even postage, except express for late bookings)


East Coast charge £1 for ticket delivery, though you can print at home or collect at a station for free
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Manchester Piccadilly to London Euston (Return) - £25.00 @ TheTrainLine

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Thinking about having a weekend in the capital and found these amazing train prices; return journey's & most dates (with decent travel times) are still available. Other journey's:- Birmingham
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How is this a deal? These are the normal prices if you book so far in advance.
I tried for the 22nd July and it was there...
Earliest is July 27th depart 5.25 return 4.20 .....pathetic
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The Trainline - Free App

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Download this fantastic train information smartphone application for FREE!! Never get stuck again, wondering when the next train home as you can access train information anywhere, anytime. Find your n…
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national rail app is great.
iwannamotorbike
Hi supaflyjmc, don't let this put you off posting deals.I didn't realise there was a National Rail app so have just downloaded that one. So your post has proved useful for me!
Well i am glad i helped someone :)
Hi supaflyjmc, don't let this put you off posting deals.

I didn't realise there was a National Rail app so have just downloaded that one. So your post has proved useful for me!
I posted it because it was free not knowing the in's & outs, but I'll think twice from now on.
Personally prefer the National Rail one
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Train from Birmingham to London £6.00 (save £13.90)

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Thought this was a cracking good price Manchester to London £12.00 (save £61.20) London to Liverpool £12.00 (save £61.20) Nottingham to London £13.00 (save £38.80)
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pasheast
Carry on kidding yourself.
I'd put the spade aside if I was you. To repeat the point booking with the trainline etc is more expensive than with the train companies period. This site is about paying less, not more, so you will get rubbished if you can't accept that.

BTW £6 is the regular Chiltern advance fare so its no deal either. When they were doing it for 25p and LM were doing it for £2 those were indeed HOT DEALS ...

Edited By: brainsys on Jun 26, 2012 17:10
Carry on kidding yourself.
pasheast
Chill out, son. Take a pill and lie down. I guess I should have known better than to get into exchanges with someone who starts off his 'contribution' to this deal by shouting.


How is advising people of alternative websites that are always cheaper of questionable value as a contribution? And you do realise this is a text-based, not voice-based website? Capital letters don't mean I'm physically shouting at people... It makes it stand out...

I'm glad you've finally managed to grasp the concept of train ticket plus £1 being more expensive than train ticket plus £0 though...
Chill out, son. Take a pill and lie down. I guess I should have known better than to get into exchanges with someone who starts off his 'contribution' to this deal by shouting.


Edited By: pasheast on Jun 25, 2012 09:35: Check on times
pasheast
Logic isn't your strong point either, is it? -- "it's often cheaper with the train companies"=it's not always cheaper with the train companies, which can mean=not always dearer with Trainline.

YOU CAN NOT BE THAT THICK!?!?!

The TRAIN TICKETS are often cheaper with the train companies.
The TRAIN TICKETS are never more expensive with the train companies.
The Trainline ALWAYS adds a booking fee.
The train companies NEVER add a booking fee.

Therefore, it is ALWAYS CHEAPER to book with the train companies. Worst case scenario is that the TICKETS are the same price, which would make the TOTAL COST £1 cheaper than if you booked with The Trainline.

Jesus Christ...

In case you STILL can't get it (are you 5?), find me a SINGLE ticket with the Trainline that can be purchased cheaper or at the same price as any train operator. I GUARANTEE it isn't possible.

Edited By: callum9999 on Jun 25, 2012 02:09
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Birmingham to London from £6.00

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Rail tickets from Birmingham to London from £6
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IMHO Chiltern is best. Faster than LM, tables, power points and free wifi. Moor Street is nicer too and even more convenient for the Bull Ring. I also always book direct and get self print tickets. Saves having to go to the station and remember which CC you used!

Don't touch Trainline

Edited By: brainsys on Jun 08, 2012 14:44
Cold - once you've paid The Trainline's exhorbitant booking fees, the prices aren't much cheaper than the normal ones. As others have suggested it's cheaper to book direct through either Chiltern or London Midland's own websites, which don't charge booking fees.
Good to know
Great price but this is ongoing. London Midland and Chiltern offer many £6 single fares between the Midlands and London. In fact, until recently, Chiltern offered a £5 fare and London Midland offered a £3 fare in their recent half price sale.
Spot on - thanks. My mate is at a stag do in Birmingham and coming from London that week. Perfect.

HOT
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Trainline - Virgin Trains - Euston > Liverpool First Class £30.00 Glitch? Saving around £205 + upto 3.53% tcb

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Booking a train from Colchester to Liverpool for tomorrow and noticed the Virgin trains first class singles are only 30 quid. Specific deal but could come in handy to a few people, they have a few tim…
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I use http://www.southernrailway.com/

Same excellent website engine as red spotted hanky, no extra fees whatsoever and a massive 6% cashback (Quidco and TCB) - the hanky loyalty scheme effectively works out at 1% as £1 spent gives you a loyalty point worth 1p - pretty poor if you ask me... Plus Southern have a full money back guarantee on unused tickets!
calday10
Trainline is just easy, I've had emails from them prompting me to get a refund for tickets I never picked up as I thought they were non-refundable.. Although the perks of company suggested sound good if correct

I forgot to mention, you can also double up your Tesco clubcard vouchers for redspottedhanky vouchers. It used to be 3x but they lowered it :(

http://www.redspottedhanky.com/
^^ I've spend over £1,000 on train tickets and never had a problem.

Edited By: sickly sweet on May 27, 2012 22:42
Trainline is just easy, I've had emails from them prompting me to get a refund for tickets I never picked up as I thought they were non-refundable.. Although the perks of company suggested sound good if correct

Edited By: calday10 on May 27, 2012 22:20
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Why use Trainline? The same seats are much cheaper elsewhere without all the Trainline added costs.

Please tell me where ?

I always use redspottedhanky, there's no booking charge, you earn loyalty points which you can redeem towards your next ticket plus there are fairly frequently free £10 offers on.

Edited By: sickly sweet on May 27, 2012 21:53
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Why use Trainline? The same seats are much cheaper elsewhere without all the Trainline added costs.

Please tell me where ?
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Single ticket from Leeds to London Kings Cross £11.50 / Return £23 @ The Trainline

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Thought this was a cracking price for advanced tickets to/from Leeds/London. I've checked loads of dates in June and as long as you are happy to travel in the early evening you can get the ticket…
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Thanks OP... Sweet deal...
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i would pay a lot more than £11.50 to get the hell outta leeds :)
You have a lot of spare time don't you to make an account just to post that.....

hot deal by the way

My broadband account gives me unlimited email addresses. Wilma1@ wilma2@ and on and on.

An account can be created in less than 1 minute, but I agree it seems a strange post.

Could you explain why you think its a hot deal when its always this price or cheaper elsewhere?

link to where it is cheaper?

Ahh.....I now see why its attracted heat. Some folk simply dont read the thread and assume that because others vote hot they must too.......and so it rolls on and on.

Although I suspect you fall into the other camp of voting hot because you simply didn't like a cold voters (rational) comment.

What a shame on both counts.

you've still failed to produce a link as to where it is cheaper

and you've failed to read the thread and find the answer for yourself. QED.

So tell me again, how did you decide it was a hot deal? Sorry, remove the word again, you still can't answer that one even though you know the answer. LMAO.

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You're either blind, stupid or stubborn. Seems like all three.

at least I vote correctly, you actually believe that this is a hot deal because others do and because you took umbrage with another members comments.

Stubborn I may be, but blind I'm not - I read the thread, you clearly didn't. The fact you simply quote 319 coupled your initial comments is a clear indication of how little you know about how this site works. And I'm the stupid one.........oh well.

At least trying to put me down deflect from your stupidity......hang on, nope it doesn't.

if you disagree with the deal then its commonplace to post a link or at least some hard evidence. Of which you have not. Quit whining

Its even more commonplace to read the thread first before voting. Of which you have not. Quit making a fool of yourself.

look at that, another 11 degrees. must be a bad deal, oh no wait.....
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i would pay a lot more than £11.50 to get the hell outta leeds :)
You have a lot of spare time don't you to make an account just to post that.....

hot deal by the way

My broadband account gives me unlimited email addresses. Wilma1@ wilma2@ and on and on.

An account can be created in less than 1 minute, but I agree it seems a strange post.

Could you explain why you think its a hot deal when its always this price or cheaper elsewhere?

link to where it is cheaper?

Ahh.....I now see why its attracted heat. Some folk simply dont read the thread and assume that because others vote hot they must too.......and so it rolls on and on.

Although I suspect you fall into the other camp of voting hot because you simply didn't like a cold voters (rational) comment.

What a shame on both counts.

you've still failed to produce a link as to where it is cheaper

and you've failed to read the thread and find the answer for yourself. QED.

So tell me again, how did you decide it was a hot deal? Sorry, remove the word again, you still can't answer that one even though you know the answer. LMAO.

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You're either blind, stupid or stubborn. Seems like all three.

at least I vote correctly, you actually believe that this is a hot deal because others do and because you took umbrage with another members comments.

Stubborn I may be, but blind I'm not - I read the thread, you clearly didn't. The fact you simply quote 319 coupled your initial comments is a clear indication of how little you know about how this site works. And I'm the stupid one.........oh well.

At least trying to put me down deflect from your stupidity......hang on, nope it doesn't.

if you disagree with the deal then its commonplace to post a link or at least some hard evidence. Of which you have not. Quit whining

Its even more commonplace to read the thread first before voting. Of which you have not. Quit making a fool of yourself.
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i would pay a lot more than £11.50 to get the hell outta leeds :)
You have a lot of spare time don't you to make an account just to post that.....

hot deal by the way

My broadband account gives me unlimited email addresses. Wilma1@ wilma2@ and on and on.

An account can be created in less than 1 minute, but I agree it seems a strange post.

Could you explain why you think its a hot deal when its always this price or cheaper elsewhere?

link to where it is cheaper?

Ahh.....I now see why its attracted heat. Some folk simply dont read the thread and assume that because others vote hot they must too.......and so it rolls on and on.

Although I suspect you fall into the other camp of voting hot because you simply didn't like a cold voters (rational) comment.

What a shame on both counts.

you've still failed to produce a link as to where it is cheaper

and you've failed to read the thread and find the answer for yourself. QED.

So tell me again, how did you decide it was a hot deal? Sorry, remove the word again, you still can't answer that one even though you know the answer. LMAO.

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You're either blind, stupid or stubborn. Seems like all three.

at least I vote correctly, you actually believe that this is a hot deal because others do and because you took umbrage with another members comments.

Stubborn I may be, but blind I'm not - I read the thread, you clearly didn't. The fact you simply quote 319 coupled your initial comments is a clear indication of how little you know about how this site works. And I'm the stupid one.........oh well.

At least trying to put me down deflect from your stupidity......hang on, nope it doesn't.

if you disagree with the deal then its commonplace to post a link or at least some hard evidence. Of which you have not. Quit whining
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i would pay a lot more than £11.50 to get the hell outta leeds :)
You have a lot of spare time don't you to make an account just to post that.....

hot deal by the way

My broadband account gives me unlimited email addresses. Wilma1@ wilma2@ and on and on.

An account can be created in less than 1 minute, but I agree it seems a strange post.

Could you explain why you think its a hot deal when its always this price or cheaper elsewhere?

link to where it is cheaper?

Ahh.....I now see why its attracted heat. Some folk simply dont read the thread and assume that because others vote hot they must too.......and so it rolls on and on.

Although I suspect you fall into the other camp of voting hot because you simply didn't like a cold voters (rational) comment.

What a shame on both counts.

you've still failed to produce a link as to where it is cheaper

and you've failed to read the thread and find the answer for yourself. QED.

So tell me again, how did you decide it was a hot deal? Sorry, remove the word again, you still can't answer that one even though you know the answer. LMAO.

319°
You're either blind, stupid or stubborn. Seems like all three.

at least I vote correctly, you actually believe that this is a hot deal because others do and because you took umbrage with another members comments.

Stubborn I may be, but blind I'm not - I read the thread, you clearly didn't. The fact you simply quote 319 coupled your initial comments is a clear indication of how little you know about how this site works. And I'm the stupid one.........oh well.

At least trying to put me down deflect from your stupidity......hang on, nope it doesn't.
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London to Manchester by Rail JUST 11.00POUNDS (Each Way)* @ The Train Line

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Virgin Trains is offering seats on the popular London Euston to Manchester Piccadilly route for £11 each way. Tickets on this route regularly cost around £60 for a return trip. The offer is avai…
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find the cheap tickets and then book on the london midland website :) you can find the cheap tickets easier on the train line website using their cheap fare finder app on their website under tools i think
Virgin charge a £1 delivery fee for posting your tickets first class these days but if you use another companies website (I use First Transpennine) when you book your Virgin tickets you get access to the exact same tickets / same database but avoid paying the delivery charges.
have you tried guy something called...hum...Mega bus.they run same service cheaper,so may end up travelling on Virgin train for. £1 +50p Booking fee.
This was advertised on MSE a while ago.
I take no credit for that.
worth to try.
been this price forever, not a deal
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Personally I'd use a site such as Southern Railways site as I've never had to pay them anything extra.
http://tickets.southernrailway.com/sn/en/JourneyPlanning/MixingDeck

They have a lowest fare finder grid (lower left of the results screen).
Over on the right is a 'Show help' button which includes helpful "bubble help" for the first time you use it too.

Remember to click "other routes" to check if even lower fares for restricting to one particular route, or one particular company - eg a c£45 single on whoever from Milton Keynes to Portsmouth becomes as little as c£5 via Kensington Olympia & Southern only.

There's a helpful guide over on MSE too at
http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/travel/cheap-train-tickets

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Edited By: mk-donald on Oct 04, 2010 11:52: MSE link
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Can use virgintrains site and book tickets for any operator without paying admin fee or credit card charge... I used to use Trainline all the time, but now it's just stupid to do so!
cheers - got a return to london for £10 (normally £21.40)
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Booked some seriously long distance tickets last year for the price of all day parking at my local station, but you have to be quick once the rail firms release their tickets 90 days ahead..

Do you mean you have to be quick once they are released, i.e. hurry up and book them 90 days ahead?
Just bought some rail tickets via megabus.com - £4.50 from Glasgow to Brum - can't be bad.
Booked some seriously long distance tickets last year for the price of all day parking at my local station, but you have to be quick once the rail firms release their tickets 90 days ahead..
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Yes, this is an excellent deal also available through the actual train operator www.southernrailway.com

Remember also that you can get further 16-25, Disabled, Senior or Forces discount which will lower the single fare to £2.80 on certain services. Apart from "London Victoria" similar prices operate from other stations in the region such as East Croydon, Sanderstead etc.

The Southern deal has operated for some time and does NOT expire on 10 May

The Expiry date was placed for 1 year later as i am sure prices will change within the 1 year period i set
Yes, this is an excellent deal also available through the actual train operator [url]www.southernrailway.com[/url]

Remember also that you can get further 16-25, Disabled, Senior or Forces discount which will lower the single fare to £2.80 on certain services. Apart from "London Victoria" similar prices operate from other stations in the region such as East Croydon, Sanderstead etc.

The Southern deal has operated for some time and does NOT expire on 10 May
Even better ! :-)
or [url]www.southernrailway.co.uk[/url] £4.25 each way - no booking fee
Cool ! even better ! Thank you Williamh1
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When travelling down to London I often pay more than £50 so this is a cracking deal. This is for advanced bookings up to the 26th May 2010
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£11 not available next week!

I wonder why - although available week after next and couple of days this week.
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Good to go to by train though ... as long as you don't get off !!! :lol:


And how do you suggest we do that?

Answers on a postcard please to his support group:

Cretin Outreach
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Knob, think you're getting manc confused with liverpool. :thumbsup:

Good deal HOT.


Went to Liverpool 2 years ago, no problems, in fact quite enjoyed the place. Been to Manchester twice and had car broken into once ... the other time it never stopped raining! Bloody miserable place if you ask me. Good to go to by train though ... as long as you don't get off !!! :lol:
If you're travelling from Liverpool I recommend London Midland trains. Takes longer than Virgin but it's cheaper. I can get a flexible return for £15.85 for travel tomorrow and return anytime within a month. That is with a railcard however. To get those prices you have to click "show other routes" and then London Midland trains only. In April they even had an offer on where it was only £6.60 return with a railcard.

Virgin charge nearly three times as much for that same ticket. It all comes down to whether you want speed or cheap.

While the Train Line deal is a bit cheaper if you can book in advance, if you can't I'd certainly recommend you use London Midland. Unfortunately their trains don't run to Manchester.
Shame its all mid week :(
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This deal hasn't expired!

Just booked and there were heaps of £9 fares available.

Thanks OP. :thumbsup:
Thank you! I got £9 fair from Edinburgh to London now i just need to get home! Greta deal!
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well, this is a con.. cant find any at all


tried splitting tickets too?
e.g. for one i booked, wasnt any during the day for Newcastle-London, but there was some York-London. So booked a normal advance fare to York for about £10 (on the same train).
Ended up at £19 but still cheap.
well, this is a con.. cant find any at all
if tickets not available for nine quid bargain breaks available including open return train tickets with accomodation for two nights from around £60 per person (you need to pay by Amex for the cheapest rates) check out SUPERBREAK.COM/AMEX and click on rail breaks, thence National express rail offer......
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Just a quick tip, if you are planning on booking train tickets with your credit card, thetrainline.com will charge you £2. You can avoid this charge by either booking your tickets at a station, (use t…
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similar to this book via virgin.co.uk instead of trainline to avoid the new £1 postage fee!!!!!
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I think I'm right in saying that the Trainline don't charge the fee for using DEBIT cards. So basically Switch, Maestro, Visa Debit, Electron etc., are all fine.


Correct, worth noting aswell;

I went to station back along with printed journey from trainline and one of the singles was apparently sold out, went home and ordered no problems which was slightly strange, may have been why that train was majorly overcrowded I think ... :D
I think I'm right in saying that the Trainline don't charge the fee for using DEBIT cards. So basically Switch, Maestro, Visa Debit, Electron etc., are all fine.
thanks for the CC tip and the 20% link :thumbsup:
Also, do look at the price of 2 single tickets rather than a (saver) return.
I've just booked a trip Reading < -> Bath for 2 weeks time. The best fare
on the webpage was £34 for a sooper-dooper-blooper sava, or some-such.
The price for 2 single tickets on specific trains was £13: £6.50 each way.
Plus FGW post me the tickets for free and as has been said, didn't charge
extra for a credit card booking.
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Birmingham - London
London - Manchester
London - Birmingham
Manchester - London

All now available to book here
Go via London! :D
I'd like Birmingham included too!! Boo hoo
Good news. Virgin trains have announced they will be giving the [email protected] system a trial run.
:xgrrr. why do sites insist on you have to register an account with them just to get a quote?? drives me mad