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anyone know how to travel from birmingham to southport pontins cheap???

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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:20 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
I have booked a pontins holiday to southport for free starting from 23rd june but never been therefore don't know the chepest route. so far i have found some ril routes but they are quite expensive. I got the holiday free so i don't want the transport to cost too much as it was a spontaneous booking. Thanks for the help in advance.
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months agoFeedback:20 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
You tried National Express?

I got me and the girlfriend to London and back for £26 (thats together, not each).
#2
tried but can't seem to find a direct coach to southport from birmingham
#3
what about megabus? do they have a service as was from £1?
#4
megabus do not go to southport direct either
#5
I don't know of any direct way to Pontins Southport. Its not in the middle of Southport.

The best way I can think of is to get a train to liverpool South Parkway station or Liverpool Lime Street and then get the merseyrail train towards Southport and get off at Birkdale station which is the closest station (these run every 15 mins during the day) You can then walk down to Pontins, think its about 10-15 mins or get a taxi which should only cost a couple of £. Not cheap tho, at £36 each, although a family railcard might be a good investment Its £18.20 each on National express Birmingham to Liverpool return (3 hours) and you could then get the train to birkdale @ £3.95 each, each way. I hope this helps
#6
If you are looking for cheap travel.... you could always walk or Bike it. lol

But on a serious note can you not drive there?
#7
hitchhike?
#8
Ainsdale station is the closest station to pontins and is about 5-10min walk
#9
I second what Andy says, get the train. National express service isn't very regular, direct from Birmingham anyway* - not sure from Liverpool, but it takes alot of time, and isn't that much cheaper.

With a railcard southport return was only £22, which is good, but obviously you'd need to get a card? If you're going with family might be a good investment.
#10
just one thing, do NOT expect it to be upto much, not the best pontins around, but seen as it was free it wont hurt to try it out
#11
Thanx guys, great help!!!
#12
you are right iceman, Ainsdale is the nearest station. good spot!!
#13
how did you get it free???m8
#14
the free pontins codes were on 2 days ago on hukd, i was on there lyk a shot. if ur under the ge of 12, iv got a spare place m8!!
#15
lol missed that one didnt i damn

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