Just a heads up - looks like daily mail offer on again for 2 months free family and friends railcard :) - HotUKDeals
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Hiya, just tried this link from last year as i was busy hunting for discount codes and found that i could re-apply for a 2 month pass as well as 50% off my next purchase of a family and friends railcard!
not sure i am going to recieve it as had one before...but doesn't hurt to try i guess?

Card is valid until 31st July 2011 (pity for me, i go away on the 29th so fingers crossed i can get the year one before then lol) and you can apply for the 50% off on the 5th of July.

Hope i explained enough, any questions feel free to ask :)

there terms and conditions are as follows :-

Terms and conditions
Your Family & Friends Railcard will be distributed as soon as possible. It is not subject to the usual Family & Friends 1-year and 3-year Railcard delivery condititions.
Your Family & Friends Railcard is valid until 31 July 2011.
Railcard to be carried on all journeys and used when purchasing discounted tickets.
Offer available to residents of Great Britain aged 16 years or over - excludes employees of Daily Mail or ATOC Ltd.
Minimum group size is at least one adult (a named cardholder) and at least one child aged 5 to 15 years. Maximum group size is four adults (aged 16 years or over) and four children (aged 5 to 15). Children under 5 travel for free.
This Railcard is not transferable and remains the property of ATOC Ltd.
Family & Friends Railcard discounts are not available on First Class fares.
A morning peak restriction applies for journeys in London and the South East, Mondays to Fridays.
50% saving is only available for online purchases of a 1-year Family & Friends Railcard and cannot be redeemed at stations.
50% saving is valid between 15 July and 15 August 2011 with Promotional Code available to Daily Mail Railcard holders only.
A full set of Family & Friends Railcard Terms & Conditions is available from any staffed station ticket office or at http://www.familyandfriends-railcard.co.uk.
The Railcard and train travel are subject to the National Rail Conditions of Carriage. Names of the Train Companies and copies of the National Rail Conditions of Carriage are available at http://www.nationalrail.co.uk/nrcc.
Only one free two month Family & Friends Railcard can be issued per person. No replacements will be issued if lost or stolen.
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#1
Seems like a awesome saving for free.... so am i right that you can only use this if you have a child under 16 with you? Would be great for me if you could use it on single trips as well without the family
#2
great deal, thanks :D
#3
Who will know if you dont hhave a child with you? Surely you go through the barriers
#4
fingers crossed cheers op
#5
cheers, just applied
#6
You have to purchase an adult and a child ticket, even if you child is too young to require a ticket, or the discount won't work.
Just ordered, thank you.
1 Like #7
they wiil ask to see your freinds and family pass also on train
#8
Great deal
#9
Thanks, been checking the code for the past week hoping it would come up!
#10
thanks
#11
Yes, thanks very much. :D
#12
Excellent - was just looking at buying one of these - hot
1 Like #13
So only good if you have children travelling with you. Pity that.
#14
thanks, just applied :)
#15
A small dent in the ludicrous train prices! thanks, heat added.
#16
Fab - boys are itching to go to that there London
#17
Thanks op
#18
brilliant been waiting for this one
#19
thanks
#20
Thanks for posting
#21
heat added, cheers
#22
Fab!!! Many thanks.
#23
cheers mate, this is potentially a massive saving with the prices they are at the minute
#24
£46 return for me, the missus and the little one on a journey that would cost us nearly £165 without.
Have some heat my friend!!!!!!!
#25
good deal
#26
Isnt it better, and cheaper to book singles rather than a return. It works out allot cheaper, if you arent deaed by anythink.
#27
tommytbone1
Seems like a awesome saving for free.... so am i right that you can only use this if you have a child under 16 with you? Would be great for me if you could use it on single trips as well without the family

I've found it works out cheaper to buy the child ticket for an invisible child, if asked when tickets are checked, kids always need the loo on a train trip! Lol
#28
Great .... Thank you !
#29
leeparsons
Isnt it better, and cheaper to book singles rather than a return. It works out allot cheaper, if you arent deaed by anythink.


No ones forcing you to buy return tickets with this railcard
#30
Nearly bought one of these at full price yesterday. Great find, thanks!
#31
Thanks :)
#32
This is a daft question. Thou i am completeing the online application, and it looks as if its aimed at familes. Can single people apply for this as well?
How would you go about it? As it ask's how many children are travelling with you. There os mo option for 0. Does this effect the valdity of the journey if you put what ever, and you dont have that number with you?

Edited By: leeparsons on May 04, 2011 10:01
#33
thanks..........last got one 2 years ago when this offer came out. missed last years and only got 15% off the renewal great find...............london here we come to make the most of our merlin passes.............
#34
Thanks.

Out of interest. How are they with taking dogs on the train?
#35
Fantastic - Had just been thinking about this so now ordered :O)
#36
leeparsons
This is a daft question. Thou i am completeing the online application, and it looks as if its aimed at familes. Can single people apply for this as well?
How would you go about it? As it ask's how many children are travelling with you. There os mo option for 0. Does this effect the valdity of the journey if you put what ever, and you dont have that number with you?


You can only use the family and friends railcard when travelling with children. Even if the child is under 5, you still qualify for the discount providing you have purchased a childs ticket - this is how the discount kicks in. You must travel with a child/children . You will be made to pay the difference if you are challenged on the train - they have heard all the excuses under the sun i.e. i have lost my child/they are sick/they are in the toilet blah blah blah - no exceptions are made.
1 Like #37
only down side is you have to be seen buying The Daily Tax Dodger
#38
Virgin are stringent on the use of this card and you MUST travel with at least one child. If you chance your arm they'll spot it either at the barrier or on the train and charge you the 'standard fare' - which is pretty extortionate.....

That said..... a red hot deal.....!
#39
fluffytoes
leeparsons
This is a daft question. Thou i am completeing the online application, and it looks as if its aimed at familes. Can single people apply for this as well?
How would you go about it? As it ask's how many children are travelling with you. There os mo option for 0. Does this effect the valdity of the journey if you put what ever, and you dont have that number with you?

You can only use the family and friends railcard when travelling with children. Even if the child is under 5, you still qualify for the discount providing you have purchased a childs ticket - this is how the discount kicks in. You must travel with a child/children . You will be made to pay the difference if you are challenged on the train - they have heard all the excuses under the sun i.e. i have lost my child/they are sick/they are in the toilet blah blah blah - no exceptions are made.
Thanks, i thought so. Just thought it be worth completeing it, if i wanted cheap travel to get to an airport. Shame i cant use this. Everythink is aginst the single guy. lol!
#40
Great find, thankyou.
Have put my daughter as 2nd card holder - she's 16 so will be able to travel with her group of friends who are 15 - at least I think that should work - it does say an Adult is aged 16+ (not that she is planning on going anwhere at the moment - but tis handy to have!)

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