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Virgin Trains WEST COAST Family offer includes PEAK trains - Manchester to London £95.00

£95.00 @ Virgin Trains
Virgin Trains West Coast have a special ticket for families travelling to or from London Euston to any destination on the Virgin West Coast network. It's simple. Choose a train for the outward jour… Read More
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4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Virgin Trains West Coast have a special ticket for families travelling to or from London Euston to any destination on the Virgin West Coast network.

It's simple. Choose a train for the outward journey - it's also valid on peak trains - (you must stick to that train) and the way back is flexible any train peak or off peak within one month.

Fixed price for a family. A family is a minimum 1 Adult 1 Child, maximum 2 Adults 4 Children - no railcards needed.

It needs to be booked by midnight the day before outward travel

Available anywhere on Virgin West Coast network as long as you're travelling to/from London Euston.

Birmingham to London return £65

Manchester to London return £95

Glasgow to London return £160
ysm1234 Avatar
4m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
Looks a good deal to me. why cold?
2 Likes #2
I don't understand why it is cold either. If you bring a child and get the family ticket it is cheaper than buying an adult return ticket.
All I need now is a child . ..
1 Like #3
Voted hot
#4
jdRiggs
I don't understand why it is cold either. If you bring a child and get the family ticket it is cheaper than buying an adult return ticket.
All I need now is a child . ..

What would happen if you purchased a family ticket but travelled alone?
#5
0011728
jdRiggs
I don't understand why it is cold either. If you bring a child and get the family ticket it is cheaper than buying an adult return ticket.
All I need now is a child . ..

What would happen if you purchased a family ticket but travelled alone?


It would be considered as if you travelled without a ticket.
#6
ysm1234
0011728
jdRiggs
I don't understand why it is cold either. If you bring a child and get the family ticket it is cheaper than buying an adult return ticket.
All I need now is a child . ..
What would happen if you purchased a family ticket but travelled alone?
It would be considered as if you travelled without a ticket.

Seems very harsh. Suppose your children were too unwell to travel?
#7
0011728
ysm1234
0011728
jdRiggs
I don't understand why it is cold either. If you bring a child and get the family ticket it is cheaper than buying an adult return ticket.
All I need now is a child . ..
What would happen if you purchased a family ticket but travelled alone?
It would be considered as if you travelled without a ticket.

Seems very harsh. Suppose your children were too unwell to travel?


if they were to allow it without kids if kids are too unwell, all peak passengers kids will "suddenly" be ill.
#8
ysm1234
0011728
ysm1234
0011728
jdRiggs
I don't understand why it is cold either. If you bring a child and get the family ticket it is cheaper than buying an adult return ticket.
All I need now is a child . ..
What would happen if you purchased a family ticket but travelled alone?
It would be considered as if you travelled without a ticket.
Seems very harsh. Suppose your children were too unwell to travel?
if they were to allow it without kids if kids are too unwell, all peak passengers kids will "suddenly" be ill.

May be so, but that doesn't mean it's like travelling without a ticket when you actually HAVE a ticket


Edited By: 0011728 on Jan 11, 2017 17:43
#9
0011728
ysm1234
0011728
ysm1234
0011728
jdRiggs
I don't understand why it is cold either. If you bring a child and get the family ticket it is cheaper than buying an adult return ticket.
All I need now is a child . ..
What would happen if you purchased a family ticket but travelled alone?
It would be considered as if you travelled without a ticket.
Seems very harsh. Suppose your children were too unwell to travel?
if they were to allow it without kids if kids are too unwell, all peak passengers kids will "suddenly" be ill.

May be so, but that doesn't mean it's like travelling without a ticket when you actually HAVE a ticket



It's like using a Edinburgh to Glasgow ticket to go from Birmingham to London. Yes, you're travelling with a ticket, but you'll be prosecuted as if you didn't have a ticket.
#10
very hot deal shocked it's so cold, thanks OP
#11
Wanting to book for April and its giving me the £160 family ticket, but you can only book your outbound journey, what do you do for the return? What if its fully book on your return?
1 Like #12
gerrymoth
Wanting to book for April and its giving me the £160 family ticket, but you can only book your outbound journey, what do you do for the return? What if its fully book on your return?


it's an open return I.e. flexible any train. If you know which train you want for the return,
it might be possible to reserve seats at the station.

Edited By: ysm1234 on Jan 16, 2017 23:30: added
#13
voted hot hot ,i dont know why people vote such a good deal cold

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