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Virgin Trains - Save money on Advance booking.

Virgin Trains have got some amazing 2FOR1 offers on popular days out across Britain when you travel with Virgin Trains. Whether it's a trip to the Theatre of Dreams or a deep dive into history aboard U-534, don't forget to save even more with the Two Together rail card if you've got the missus in tow
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#1
Always have offers on when you book 21 days in advance, booked Monday a trip to London for 2 people return for £30, these are off peak times so outward is 10.3oam and return is 8.00pm
But will be a good day out!
Be careful as website says there rail works in August
#2
Some good deals. Hot
#3
pablobanez
Always have offers on when you book 21 days in advance, booked Monday a trip to London for 2 people return for £30, these are off peak times so outward is 10.3oam and return is 8.00pm
But will be a good day out!
Be careful as website says there rail works in August
£30 each or £15 each? Where you traveling from?
#4
XOXJADEXOX
pablobanez
Always have offers on when you book 21 days in advance, booked Monday a trip to London for 2 people return for £30, these are off peak times so outward is 10.3oam and return is 8.00pm
But will be a good day out!
Be careful as website says there rail works in August
£30 each or £15 each? Where you traveling from?

travelling from Bham to Euston and it was a total fare for two passengers of £30
#5
pablobanez
XOXJADEXOX
pablobanez
Always have offers on when you book 21 days in advance, booked Monday a trip to London for 2 people return for £30, these are off peak times so outward is 10.3oam and return is 8.00pm
But will be a good day out!
Be careful as website says there rail works in August
£30 each or £15 each? Where you traveling from?

travelling from Bham to Euston and it was a total fare for two passengers of £30

Oh very good! Enjoy your trip!
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major tip - don't just sit in the first carriage you get to in standard class or your reserved seats - walk further and look at other carriages further on - often empty or a lot quieter than first few - reserved seats start in earlier carriages. Don't suffer with other annoying passengers around you just for sake of walking further!
#7
boyaloud
major tip - don't just sit in the first carriage you get to in standard class or your reserved seats - walk further and look at other carriages further on - often empty or a lot quieter than first few - reserved seats start in earlier carriages. Don't suffer with other annoying passengers around you just for sake of walking further!
or go first class :)
#8
I'm still waiting for Virgin to tell me about a really good price to a destination other than London.

Perhaps they may one day consider the possibility that people may just want to go somewhere else.
1 Like #9
spock1958
I'm still waiting for Virgin to tell me about a really good price to a destination other than London.

Perhaps they may one day consider the possibility that people may just want to go somewhere else.


Loads of good options! Just have a look. Edinburgh for one worth a visit and August is festival month.
1 Like #10
Can pay £6 from London to Birmingham or vice versa. Only need to book the night before. Obviously not with virgin but still a great deal. Did it on Tuesday and came back on Thursday.
#11
I just went from Telford to Stoke on Trent and back for free. 6 different trains and nobody asked me for a ticket, now that's what I call a hot deal. :D
#12
I hate living on a south west lines! They have a good offer on atm of £15pp for most of network but no advance cheap fares :-(
1 Like #13
unhappybunny
boyaloud
major tip - don't just sit in the first carriage you get to in standard class or your reserved seats - walk further and look at other carriages further on - often empty or a lot quieter than first few - reserved seats start in earlier carriages. Don't suffer with other annoying passengers around you just for sake of walking further!
or go first class :)


At weekends you can upgrade to first class on the train for £15 per adult and £5 per kid. Just sit in an unreserved seat and pay the ticket collector the upgrade fee when they come round to check tickets.

I did this on Sunday when travelling from Euston to Edinburgh. Glad I did as standard class was very busy whereas first was really quiet. Made a long journey very relaxing and you get free snacks and drinks to boot ( non alcoholic ones only at weekends).
banned#14
unhappybunny
boyaloud
major tip - don't just sit in the first carriage you get to in standard class or your reserved seats - walk further and look at other carriages further on - often empty or a lot quieter than first few - reserved seats start in earlier carriages. Don't suffer with other annoying passengers around you just for sake of walking further!
or go first class :)


Don't you have some quails eggs to eat.
#15
Going first class is not as outrageous as it may first appear. £53 return Wigan to Inverness (with rail-card) was a great buy, though I've yet to find anything to come close to this in value. However you have to search these fares out as opposed to the fares to London which are advertised in every email sent to me from Virgin as if it was the only place in the country.
#16
£6 for a couple of hours internet if not in first class.

RIP OFFFFFF!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Doublesided stickers with a MiFi in the window works better north of Lancaster.

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