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disabled railcard for just £10 in Tesco vouchers

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Get a 1/3 of railway fares for 1 year by purchasing a disabled railcard for just £10 in Tesco club card vouchers. There are also other Railcard's e.g. family , 16-25 etc for £15 in club card vouchers Read More
Get a 1/3 of railway fares for 1 year by purchasing a disabled railcard for just £10 in Tesco club card vouchers. There are also other Railcard's e.g. family , 16-25 etc for £15 in club card vouchers
sam2828 Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago5 Comments
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twe
Do you have to prove you are disabled or within the age limit etc to use these cards?[/qu
[quote=twe]Do you have to prove you are disabled or within the age limit etc to use these cards?
Yes just send NHS proof you have a disability, like a copy of an NHS disability related card/book or a copy of your specialist/GP letter confirming your disability. If in any doubt give National rail a call and check what they will allow. I've had to call for someone before, they were really helpful.

The normal website without the deal is here:
http://www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk/

Conditions of issue and use of the Disabled Persons Railcard here:
http://www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk/help/railcard-terms-conditions/

Their contact details. from 7am to 10pm everyday :
Email us at [email protected]
National rail - Call us on 0345 605 0525 (7am to 10pm Monday to Sunday)
Minicom/Textphone 0345 601 0132 (For customers with hearing impairments).

Don't for get these can not be used in conjunction with other deals.
wills1980
twe
Do you have to prove you are disabled or within the age limit etc to use these cards?
you have to send proof that you receive a disability benefit

No, it's not just for benefits. You get one if you have a hearing impairment too, you just send in a copy of your book they give you that has your hearing aid details in it, it's called a 'brown book' at my hospital. Audiology told me about this 'perk' when I first had my aids.
twe
Do you have to prove you are disabled or within the age limit etc to use these cards?


you have to send proof that you receive a disability benefit
Do you have to prove you are disabled or within the age limit etc to use these cards?
What use is a rail card if it is disabled from the get go?
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Its Back.. Travel from April 18th.. 55 or over then travel throughout the North of England on Transpennine express for £19.00 return or include Scotland for £29. Railcard discounts and 1st class travel also available

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. Link now working correctly orJust open up Transpennine express and open up offers. Scroll down to over 55 offer, must be used or discounted price will not kick in. Club 55 is back and will finish… Read More
. Link now working correctly orJust open up Transpennine express and open up offers. Scroll down to over 55 offer, must be used or discounted price will not kick in. Club 55 is back and will finish…
sunter18 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago9 Comments
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scunny
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenholme which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenholme to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.

sunter18
scunny
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenholme which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenholme to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.
Did you manage to work it out scunny?
scunny
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenholme which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenholme to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.

Edited By: sunter18 on Apr 14, 2017 13:34: Correct station name
scunny
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
It is only available on Transpennine trains. As far as I can see on the map Windermere is not served by Transpennine. You can book a return to Oxenhope which is on the offer and then book a separate return ticket for £7.90 from Oxenhope to Windemere making it still a cheap day out around £39 in total.
over £90 return Scunthorpe to Windemere with my disabled adult rail card. How do I book at the offer price? Can't see it and yes I'm sad to say over 55 too.
sunter18
scoffer1
sunter18
scoffer1
good offer but link not working?
Read the BOLD print edit at the very top. Not sure why link not working, maybe as offer does not start for travel until 18th
Think the BOLD comment went on after I commented as pretty sure it wasn't there when first posted - sorry if that WASN'T THE CASE!
Was on within a minute of posting, was not having a go just highlighted the BOLD so it matched lol. Link now working as should anyways :)
Think I spotted it as soon as you posted ...... and it is a good deal - Arriva Wales do a similar offer from time to time - unfortunately Chester does not operate these Northern trains but do the Arriva Wales! Train travel is way too expensive in this country so anything which gives a discount is always a bonus!
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Unlimited travel for 2 days on Scotrail trains anywhere within 1 hour of Glasgow / Edinburgh - £34.00 for family, 2 adults and 2 children - don't need to buy in advance and no railcard required

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Explore the city, then escape it. With the Glasgow Days Out or Edinburgh Days Out travel passes you can enjoy two days of unlimited off-peak travel within around an hour of Scotland’s biggest citie… Read More
Explore the city, then escape it. With the Glasgow Days Out or Edinburgh Days Out travel passes you can enjoy two days of unlimited off-peak travel within around an hour of Scotland’s biggest citie…
boyaloud Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago8 Comments
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Hot deal. If only I saw this earlier.. Last day of my Scotland holiday tomorrow.
This is pretty BS as Edinburgh is under an hour from Glasgow (and vice versa) but appears not to be included to visit each other?!
Go get your Independence, I wont miss you.
this has been on offer for year actually mind you use to scratch the foil off to pick where to go.. also other rail networks might offer similar... you missed out a trip to Largs and then the ferries to Millport though :)
Great spot, heat added.
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Unlimited travel for 2 days on Scotrail trains anywhere within 1 hour of Glasgow / Edinburgh - £18.00 or £12 with 16-25, Disabled, Senior + other railcards - don't need to buy in advance

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"Explore the city, then escape it. With the Glasgow Days Out or Edinburgh Days Out travel passes you can enjoy two days of unlimited off-peak travel within around an hour of Scotland’s biggest citi… Read More
"Explore the city, then escape it. With the Glasgow Days Out or Edinburgh Days Out travel passes you can enjoy two days of unlimited off-peak travel within around an hour of Scotland’s biggest citi…
boyaloud Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago5 Comments
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Taking a road trip around Scotland for a week in June, anyone got suggestions on where to visit?
Lelly13
Thanks, great offer! Heat added.
Erm... this is Scotrail, the country on a brexit derail, taking a vote to see what station are wanted on the travel map LOL

I got this email, no good to me or those who suffer the worst Scotrail services further north than the apparent Scottish 'central belt' who have great scheduled services even if they are late! Try having very few options haha, I try book travel advance tiks on Virgin/Cross Country as it is mucho cheaper than Skitrail! ;)
Although this mentions Arran, will this only get you up to Ardrossan or will it get you on a ferry to Brodick?
It's probably a bit of a pish deal for most people.

If you're in Edinburgh, for example, day returns to the listed destinations are relatively cheap. Stirling is the most expensive at £9.60, Linlithgow's only £8.40, North Berwick only £6.90, and Falkirk's about the same as Stirling. You'll get some value out of the offer if you're starting as soon as off-peak begins and briefly visiting pretty much every stop on a line, but if you'd prefer a couple of relaxed day trips, you're probably better off with day returns.
Just another benefit of Brexit ;)
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One Year Family & Friends Railcard or 16-25 Railcard now £25 (saving £5) with code + Possible 5% cashback

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Enter the code MSEASTER online at Family & Friends Railcard or 16-25 Railcard before 11.59pm on Mon 24th April, and you can get the railcard for £25, instead of the usual £30. Possible 5% cashb… Read More
Enter the code MSEASTER online at Family & Friends Railcard or 16-25 Railcard before 11.59pm on Mon 24th April, and you can get the railcard for £25, instead of the usual £30. Possible 5% cashb…
vassy4u Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago16 Comments
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sheba
Do they ever reduce the Two together Card?
I got a 2 together last year for £20


How?
sheba
Do they ever reduce the Two together Card?
I got a 2 together last year for £20
great find. thanks vassy.
mbnaeem
How much do you save per journey?

1/3 I believe
How much do you save per journey?
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Family and Friends Railcard £25.00 with code

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Use code EASTER5 for a £5.00 discount on a Annual Family and Friends railcard. Read More
Use code EASTER5 for a £5.00 discount on a Annual Family and Friends railcard.
Grahampb Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago23 Comments
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Why does this site become a fighting forum ??
I'm starting to really dislike it simply cause if all the bitchiness and lack of patience from people
scunny
firstofficer
Cold as cannot be used on peak fares.
Thanks anyway.
Cold, EH? Save £5 on a £30 card and that's your version of a cold deal !!! HOT OP.
Just renewed my disabled adult railcard for the year for £20. That gets me and a companion a third off each. 1 return trip to Peterborough for 2 saved £34. BARGAIN

Ignore the troll, it's a hot deal. Like you and many others find, this card can pay for itself and save you money in one journey, even in off peak hours ;-)
firstofficer
jonnypb
firstofficer
Cold as cannot be used on peak fares.
Thanks anyway.
Suggest you get your facts right before you comment about something you know nothing about and be so negative!!
The card can be used on standard anytime fares. The only peak restrictions are when travelling between 2 London stations, although this does not apply on public holidays. I have used this many a time travelling at a peak time between Euston and other stations in the country.
The cost of this card can be saved on just one journey so well worth the money.
That's incorrect. Peak fares are not included. It clearly states the timings on the website..
Many warm regards

I shall contact virgin and inform them that their website has had a fault for the last few years because I frequently get a discount during peak times using a family and friends railcard.............
jonnypb
firstofficer
Cold as cannot be used on peak fares.
Thanks anyway.
Suggest you get your facts right before you comment about something you know nothing about and be so negative!!
The card can be used on standard anytime fares. The only peak restrictions are when travelling between 2 London stations, although this does not apply on public holidays. I have used this many a time travelling at a peak time between Euston and other stations in the country.
The cost of this card can be saved on just one journey so well worth the money.

That's incorrect. Peak fares are not included. It clearly states the timings on the website..

Many warm regards
firstofficer
Cold as cannot be used on peak fares.
Thanks anyway.
Cold, EH? Save £5 on a £30 card and that's your version of a cold deal !!! HOT OP.
Just renewed my disabled adult railcard for the year for £20. That gets me and a companion a third off each. 1 return trip to Peterborough for 2 saved £34. BARGAIN
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Two together railcard now £27 using code ONLINE @ Railcard

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Two together rail card £3.00 off using the code £27.00 instead of £30.00 save a third off rail travel. Read More
Instructions:Two together rail card £3.00 off using the code £27.00 instead of £30.00 save a third off rail travel.  
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kiepau Avatar1m, 4d agoFound 1 month, 4 days ago / expires 20 May 1720 May 20171 Comment
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If you have Tesco Clubard vouchers you can get the Two Together Railcard with £15 of Clubcard Vouchers.
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Disabled Persons Railcard £20.00 for one year [READ DESCRIPTION]

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If you have a disability that makes travelling by train difficult, you may qualify for a Disabled Persons Railcard http://www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk (see 'Are you eligible?' below). It cost… Read More
If you have a disability that makes travelling by train difficult, you may qualify for a Disabled Persons Railcard http://www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk (see 'Are you eligible?' below). It cost…
geek12 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago24 Comments
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alared
robo989
Not a deal I've been paying this price for 10 years or so.
---------------------------- and did you post it as a deal back then or just kept it to yourself for ten years?
If you are genuinely disabled and not some try on scum bag with a "bad back" then you find out about all these things when your life changing disability takes over your life.
Glockage
I don't understand why you would get discounted prices for being disabled? I mean people on jobseekers get less money, usually people on dla get more money. But only one gets a discount? Equality? I'm in neither of these categories but I just can't understand it.
To help with the cost of getting around.
Some people need someone to be with them when they travel like a support worker. Poor memory, concentration, forget to get off train, can't drive. etc, use your loaf.
edit - sorry if the above sounds coarse. It's just pretty obvious the two people making these posts aren't disabled and have no need of this deal. One virtue signalling, the other complaining.

A bit hypocritical here.
You knocked the post in the first place.
Many people who can get the deal may not have known about it until they saw it here.
They was no need for a sm*rt ass comment about knowing about it for ten years.
Do you ever post deals or keep them to yourself?
Saying people should find out for themselves could be said about all deals and then we wouldn`t need this site to tell us about them.
As for saying the two posters aren`t disabled, how do you know?
alared
robo989
Not a deal I've been paying this price for 10 years or so.
---------------------------- and did you post it as a deal back then or just kept it to yourself for ten years?

If you are genuinely disabled and not some try on scum bag with a "bad back" then you find out about all these things when your life changing disability takes over your life.
Glockage
I don't understand why you would get discounted prices for being disabled? I mean people on jobseekers get less money, usually people on dla get more money. But only one gets a discount? Equality? I'm in neither of these categories but I just can't understand it.

To help with the cost of getting around.
Some people need someone to be with them when they travel like a support worker. Poor memory, concentration, forget to get off train, can't drive. etc, use your loaf.

edit - sorry if the above sounds coarse. It's just pretty obvious the two people making these posts aren't disabled and have no need of this deal. One virtue signalling, the other complaining.

Edited By: robo989 on Mar 21, 2017 17:43: whinge
Glockage
I don't understand why you would get discounted prices for being disabled? I mean people on jobseekers get less money, usually people on dla get more money. But only one gets a discount? Equality? I'm in neither of these categories but I just can't understand it.
LUCKY YOU.
robo989
Not a deal I've been paying this price for 10 years or so.

---------------------------- and did you post it as a deal back then or just kept it to yourself for ten years?
dazza99
Gallois
I couldn't find the advantages to this over the standard railcard tbh... I couldn't find the bit where it says it's less restricted.

See here

http://www.disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk/using-your-railcard/the-benefits/


There are no time restrictions on the Disabled Persons Railcard, so you can use it to get a discount on tickets at any time of the day.



Cool thanks! At last a benefit of being deaf! It was quite easy to get online just needed to upload a picture of my hearing aid battery card from the hospital.
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Free 18-25 RAILCARD for 4 YEARS with Santander Student Bank account

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Get a 4 year 18-25 railcard free with Santander Student Bank Account. This is a decent bank account anyway (3%interest on balances up to £2000 and free overdrafts up to £1500) really useful freebie ca… Read More
Get a 4 year 18-25 railcard free with Santander Student Bank Account. This is a decent bank account anyway (3%interest on balances up to £2000 and free overdrafts up to £1500) really useful freebie ca…
saniman Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago44 Comments
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Cazzzle
If you can get them to let you open one!

A bank account, or a coffin?
Trefonix
Why do people complain about tuition fees? Apparently British fees are some of the lowest around, and it gives an incentive for people who probably shouldn't go to university to get an apprenticeship instead or something

That's one way of looking at it I guess?.

Your referenced Apprenticeship what not's doesn't do much favours for the 'maturer folk' mind, does it? (as the Age Discrimination Barrier is prevalent there too?, so ..... )

So, kinda depends on your angle really ..... lol.
enxr
amour3k
saniman
furiousjammin
saniman
kidrock123
anything for us 'mature' people?
Free bus passes, Triple lock pensions? Be fair, students have to pay £9k/year tuition fees and don't get grants and free tuition fees like us "mature" people did.
I'm 31. I have to pay the same course fees an 18 year old pays. Why shouldn't I be entitled to the same discounts? Blatant age discrimination
Couldn't agree more. Santander should give same deal to mature students!
I fully agree too!. :-)
enxr
furiousjammin
saniman
kidrock123
anything for us 'mature' people?
Free bus passes, Triple lock pensions? Be fair, students have to pay £9k/year tuition fees and don't get grants and free tuition fees like us "mature" people did.
I'm 31. I have to pay the same course fees an 18 year old pays. Why shouldn't I be entitled to the same discounts? Blatant age discrimination
If you're full time you get the rail card too,I think? I got one when I went to uni at 26 as was on a full time degree
Your 'case' MAY be a wee bit different though?, as you piggybacked upon that Deal at the backend of Santander's considered 'upper-age limit' for their own Deal/Incentive, etc? (16-25, and/or 18-26, or whatever it is?).
So the one you were just about able to milk on the 11th hour may not necessarily apply to someone else who is say a few short years above that 26 years old age bracket or whatever?.
But I'm more than happy to be proved WRONG though?.
As I believe that freebie should be a freebie for ALLLL!.
As it is blatant discrimination, at it's worst finest ...
No, I got it because I was full time. The criteria is full time student over 18 years old. Not under age X.

Fair enough?. :-)

supermann
amour3k
saniman
furiousjammin
saniman
kidrock123
anything for us 'mature' people?
Free bus passes, Triple lock pensions? Be fair, students have to pay £9k/year tuition fees and don't get grants and free tuition fees like us "mature" people did.
I'm 31. I have to pay the same course fees an 18 year old pays. Why shouldn't I be entitled to the same discounts? Blatant age discrimination
Couldn't agree more. Santander should give same deal to mature students!
I fully agree too!. :-)
enxr
furiousjammin
saniman
kidrock123
anything for us 'mature' people?
Free bus passes, Triple lock pensions? Be fair, students have to pay £9k/year tuition fees and don't get grants and free tuition fees like us "mature" people did.
I'm 31. I have to pay the same course fees an 18 year old pays. Why shouldn't I be entitled to the same discounts? Blatant age discrimination
If you're full time you get the rail card too,I think? I got one when I went to uni at 26 as was on a full time degree
Your 'case' MAY be a wee bit different though?, as you piggybacked upon that Deal at the backend of Santander's considered 'upper-age limit' for their own Deal/Incentive, etc? (16-25, and/or 18-26, or whatever it is?).
So the one you were just about able to milk on the 11th hour may not necessarily apply to someone else who is say a few short years above that 26 years old age bracket or whatever?.
But I'm more than happy to be proved WRONG though?.
As I believe that freebie should be a freebie for ALLLL!.
As it is blatant discrimination, at it's worst finest ...
We have this magical thing called the internet. You can use it to find out if mature students qualify for a 'young person's railcard'.
To save you the time and effort, here's a link for you. https://www.16-25railcard.co.uk/help/faqs/mature-student/

Hahahahaha, joker!, I hear, lol.
Cazzzle
Firefly1
Cazzzle
If you can get them to let you open one!
Any particular problem you had?
I had a specific problem but I got it sorted and now have the 4 year railcard.
I've had a student account with Barclays for 2 years and wanted to switch to Santander for the railcard and better overdraft and grad account. Sat in the branch for an hour sorting it out to get a phone call an hour later saying I'd been rejected. No idea why they couldn't tell me, not got any bad credit. Other people I know who are worse with money than me have had no issues at all haha.
Britain led the worlds way with free education: primary, college or university, in my opinion if you any anytime as a UK born are expected to pay tax to HMRC you should be given education free. If you take away the will of the people you end up with a massive 'Social Security' bill year on year, then you end up paying them to have kids with tax credits and say you are doing everything to get them into further education, the UK state system has more barriers than opportunities because successive Labour & tory governments are tweaking a 1950's system from post WW2, not addressing it for a modern world 70 years later.

As you mentioned, today we give kids electronic cards in schools for school dinners that teach nothing about budgeting for the even basic principle of life - foodstuff. Why not give kids Child Tax Credits direct in a school holding account and they choose what they spend on dinners, after school club fees, fitness/sports memberships and sports equipment ? No we will just give it to the parents to spend on a mortgage/drink/drugs ??

Clueless governments stuck in WW2 mode.
enxr
furiousjammin
saniman
kidrock123
anything for us 'mature' people?
Free bus passes, Triple lock pensions? Be fair, students have to pay £9k/year tuition fees and don't get grants and free tuition fees like us "mature" people did.
I'm 31. I have to pay the same course fees an 18 year old pays. Why shouldn't I be entitled to the same discounts? Blatant age discrimination
If you're full time you get the rail card too,I think? I got one when I went to uni at 26 as was on a full time degree

I'm 30 and doing a degree online full time (120 credits a year) but they wont class it as full time due to it being distance learning, so the only help i get is the tuition fee loan, cant get any grants, help with books etc, council tax reduction, anything :(
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YOU NEED A TWITTER ACCOUNT AS YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THEM WHEN PUTTING IN YOUR DETAILS. A one year card is £30 so discount makes it £25. Good deal if you are looking to renew for another year. We'v… Read More
Instructions:YOU NEED A TWITTER ACCOUNT AS YOU HAVE TO FOLLOW THEM WHEN PUTTING IN YOUR DETAILS. A one year card is £30 so discount makes it £25. Good deal if you are looking to renew for another year. We've got our hands on 10,000 x £5 discount codes to use on one year 16-25 Railcards, which is t
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Heat added. If you're going to uni, get a Santander student account and get 4 years FREE 16-25 RAILCARD
http://www.santander.co.uk/uk/current-accounts/student-graduate-current-accounts/123-student-current-account
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Family and friends railcard £24.00 using code

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Code valid until Feb 20th Use code FEB17
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I had this card, expired January. It was worth it. I've just bought the 3year one for £70
HereKittyKitty
Shame you need to travel with a child at all times. I suppose, if the attendant's eyesight is bad, you might be able to get away with using a ventriloquist's dummy
Ray Allen and Lord Charles?
Gollywood
HereKittyKitty
Shame you need to travel with a child at all times. I suppose, if the attendant's eyesight is bad, you might be able to get away with using a ventriloquist's dummy
Other cards are also available for different groups/individuals

Had a look but cannot see anywhere that this offer is on any of the other cards. Can you link please? Thanks.
HereKittyKitty
Shame you need to travel with a child at all times. I suppose, if the attendant's eyesight is bad, you might be able to get away with using a ventriloquist's dummy


Other cards are also available for different groups/individuals
Shame you need to travel with a child at all times. I suppose, if the attendant's eyesight is bad, you might be able to get away with using a ventriloquist's dummy
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One Year Family & Friends Railcard now £24.00 (saving £6) with code + Possible 5% cashback

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Enter the code FAM17MS online at Family & Friends Railcard before 11.59pm on Mon 20 Feb, and you can get the railcard for £24, instead of the usual £30. Possible 5% cashback from TCB / Quidco. R… Read More
Enter the code FAM17MS online at Family & Friends Railcard before 11.59pm on Mon 20 Feb, and you can get the railcard for £24, instead of the usual £30. Possible 5% cashback from TCB / Quidco. R…
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Cozworth806
Do they ever ask for ID for journeys? So would this be effectively transferable (altho against T&Cs of course)
I've been using this card for years and never been asked to show ID.
Has anyone bought and received the card? How long did it take for the card to arrive after ordering online? I desperately need it for next week. TIA
SLIM_JIM
This card , and all other discount rail cards can be bought for £15 worth of Tesco club card vouchers . I got my two together card this way .
Just saying incase anyone has clubcard vouchers unused .


how do I do that? thanks.
jwruk
kazenc
jwruk
stokerej
You cannot use the railcard on trains before 9.30 am.
Please give the Ts&Cs another once over.Time Restrictions:
Your Family & Friends Railcard is NOT valid when travelling between two stations inside London and the South East area during morning peak time.
Morning off-peak services vary by route, so it's a good idea to check before buying your tickets.
Morning peak time restriction does NOT apply on public holidays
That's interesting? I've been told at a station in Horwich that it cannot be used at peak time? So is this only a rule within London?
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stokerej said 'You cannot use the railcard on trains before 9.30 am.' which is inaccurate and incorrect. Peak times vary between stations, for example Wakefield can be off-peak before 7am. Details of when the card can be applied are on the website.https://www.familyandfriends-railcard.co.uk/using-your-railcard/travel-times-tickets/

Thank you :)
kazenc
jwruk
stokerej
You cannot use the railcard on trains before 9.30 am.
Please give the Ts&Cs another once over.Time Restrictions:
Your Family & Friends Railcard is NOT valid when travelling between two stations inside London and the South East area during morning peak time.
Morning off-peak services vary by route, so it's a good idea to check before buying your tickets.
Morning peak time restriction does NOT apply on public holidays

That's interesting? I've been told at a station in Horwich that it cannot be used at peak time? So is this only a rule within London?

sigh

stokerej said 'You cannot use the railcard on trains before 9.30 am.' which is inaccurate and incorrect. Peak times vary between stations, for example Wakefield can be off-peak before 7am. Details of when the card can be applied are on the website.

https://www.familyandfriends-railcard.co.uk/using-your-railcard/travel-times-tickets/
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Passenger Assist: Free help when using trains but like the disabled railcard, not known by many people

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Okay unless you get some anti-social mother who refuses to move her buggy! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38663322
The operation of the assistance is patchy. My 89-year-old mother gets very stressed when travelling to visit family so she booked this service. At the start of her journey she arrived early (Newcastle Central Station) and a helpful Passenger Assist guard was assigned to look after her. He did this by telling her to take a seat in a waiting area and he would come and help her on to the train when it arrived, only to forget about her completely. Fortunately as the departure time approached and decided to drag her case to the train where a fellow-traveller helped her on. Not a good start to a 300-mile journey.
nokiafusion
I think people who are full time wheelchair users and use trains will already know about this service. The mobile ramps that are needed to brace between the train and the platform are locked away and can only be unlocked by a person from the special assistance team.
Well I for one didn't know!!!! oO HEAT
the staff at Glasgow Central station are lovely
seaniboy
Sambat
seaniboy
Sambat
Not much help on Southern, first requirement is a train!
You mean driver/conductor and the staff member with degree in door opening/closing buttons engineering with honours formerly known as a BR guard.
There are a crap load of rolling stock at Southern, just door engineers would rather roll about their bed. As would the rest of the carriage walkers.
Next the food trolley staff will be striking as they need automated wheels due to damage from the repetitive strain injures - I thought we outsourced the trains to get rid of one of many underperforming overpaid/pensioned public body, but we are still wiping bottoms...
What food trolleys? There isn't any room to move them on the trains due to overcrowding.
Things were better before privatisation.
Sorry but way up North, like way up North (think Northern Britain) we still have overpriced 'consumables' trolley dollys between stops where they open and close doors, multi-tasking eh...
Mind you I think the old Strathclyde Passenger Transport area now served by Scotrail Holland is in the same boat, which is more boat than the Clyde, of course I'm summarising as I don't live south with all the middle class scum who actually can afford Scotrail pricing on a monopoly after paying the roof above their head, affording a service is better than being pushed off a train service by cost even if you can't sit for a while.
England has choice and competition and thus promotions, don't know how good you have got it.
I've not seen those food trolleys on the London trains in years.
Used to see them on the Thameslink trains and the trains to Brighton.
I kinda miss them.Makes you feel like you're on a plane,even though you're on a train.:)
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Disabled Railcard £20.00 many people eligible but largely unknown deal

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I'm deaf and I've never heard of this deal before
annp1
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peeej1978
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peeej1978
You know, all these railcards are subsidised by massive government investments. And guess who funds those subsidies? I'm all for getting a bargain. And I'm all for appropriate benefits for those that 'need' it. But I see so many people abusing the good nature of our benefit culture just to save a few quid, and its the hard working, honest tax payers that ultimately foot the bill.
The Donald has spoken, albeit, and unusually, in somewhat more than 140 characters.
LoL. Why? Because I have a conscience that doesn't feel comfortable claiming benefits that I'm not really in need of? I don't object to having the benefit available. I object to the abuse of the benefit by people that really don't need it.
Why do we attack the little people when its the rich and big corporations who are the real fraudsters/ evaders whatever you want to call them and is worth a hell of a lot more.
Because the real criminals and tax dodgers own the Mail/Sun/Express/Sky/Channel 5.

peeej1978
peterbmkelly
peeej1978
quidstretchy
peeej1978
You know, all these railcards are subsidised by massive government investments. And guess who funds those subsidies? I'm all for getting a bargain. And I'm all for appropriate benefits for those that 'need' it. But I see so many people abusing the good nature of our benefit culture just to save a few quid, and its the hard working, honest tax payers that ultimately foot the bill.
The Donald has spoken, albeit, and unusually, in somewhat more than 140 characters.
LoL. Why? Because I have a conscience that doesn't feel comfortable claiming benefits that I'm not really in need of? I don't object to having the benefit available. I object to the abuse of the benefit by people that really don't need it.
Why do we attack the little people when its the rich and big corporations who are the real fraudsters/ evaders whatever you want to call them and is worth a hell of a lot more.
1. I wasn't attacking anyone. 2. This thread isn't about big corporation fraud. If it were, we'd be discussing it.

You took a discussion on a disabled rail card to talk about benefit fraud? I told you that corporate tax evasion/ avoidance is worse. You changed the topic?

Anyway this is what is broken not a few people claiming benefits fraudulently! Your text here
jnw1990
Too many people on their high horse getting up their own ****, as if they are perfect and everyone else are peasants.
I guarantee that they wouldn't say a thing in real life to any lady sat on the train with a disabled ticket.
In fact there are so many benefits and ways to help people with disabilities or people that are single parents or people that are unemployed but you need to know about to claim it, they won't tell you about it. My mum is disabled and doesn't work, she could claim for my step dad being her carer and claim more benefits but she won't because she feels like people will judge her, so she struggles on the bare minimum and having to pay more rent on a bungalow because she can't get up the stairs in a normal house.
If only humans had the ability to think before they spoke.
If humans haven't the ability to think before they speak, is that classed as a disability?? Perhaps they already have a disabled person's railcard?? (Only kidding, I totally agree with you!)
cpiercy
5minsalone
It's worth checking with your local council and see if they offer the DRP cheaper. Mine does it for £13 a year. and for the senior £24.
What's this?

Page from my local council: https://www.cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk/residents/transport-and-roads/public-transport/concessionary-travel/concessionary-travel.aspx
5minsalone
It's worth checking with your local council and see if they offer the DRP cheaper. Mine does it for £13 a year. and for the senior £24.
What's this?
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GLITCH! £10 off on all one year Railcards with code - price now £20.00

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Use code JANMS17 The code and it is currently taking £10 off railcards instead of 10% Code includes all four of the big national railcards. These cards get you one-third off most rail fares and are
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Ordered mine yesterday for £20 and came home from work today and had already been delivered so thank you :)
Ordered yesterday & delivered today.
Thx
Got my card in the post today. That's a super quick delivery
Unbelievable, ordered this yesterday and it has just been delivered :D
Begize
For those who missed out, you can get any of the railcards half price using Tesco Clubcard points through the Tesco site - £10 for the disabled card, £15 for all the others. It's one of the few double up perks left. https://secure.tesco.com/clubcard/boost/all-travel/4294967286%7C4294967264.cat

That's really useful to know! You can also double up on clubcard points if you buy a redspottedhankey voucher to use on train tickets (though they charge £1/booking fee) https://secure.tesco.com/clubcard/boost/redspottedhankycom/UK-001916.prd
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Northern Rail 50% off all advance tickets book now-15 Jan for travel 20 Feb-20 March - INCLUDES RAILCARD DISCOUNT - lots of Leeds to Manchester/Manchester to Liverpool etc fares for £1.00 every day!

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Why should i have to understand the woes of the train operator?
I pay for a service which they are supposed to provide, the fact that they seem incapable or unwilling to do isnt my problem.......why should i put up with a 2nd rate service?

1) The route that I use on a daily basis is served only by the 25+ year old pacer style trains, they are slow, uncomfortable and poor quality.
2) They are always overcrowded, if im lucky i can get a seat maybe once a fortnight.. Often its only a 2 carriage train and people are left waiting at the station for the next train (30+ mins)... Its virtually impossible to get on the 8.14 train and as a result ive been forced to change my work hours and catch the 9.13am.
3) Trying to buy a ticket is becoming nigh on impossible!!
The ticket machine at the station is out of order 80% of the time (has been reported many times),
The ticket contractors handheld machine fails pretty much everyday, whether its battery or signal issues its always something (plus he knocks off at 8.40)
The train is often so overcrowded the conductor is unable to provide tickets to anyone as he cant leave his cab!
The mobile app is great...., i can purchase tickets at will... but they cant be scanned by the ticket gates in Leeds (yet!) so you have to find a friendly cs rep to let you through...maybe.
Last resort is to venture to the ticket office in Leeds station on arrival, where there is always a very, very long queue and if you are unfortunate enough to be 1 of the 50 or so they seem to pick out at random for a hefty fine for travelling without a ticket!
I tried a weekly/monthly pass but until recently they had to be renewed at the station because the conductor doesnt venture down the train and it couldnt be done online.
4) I can count the number of times the train has been 'on time' on one hand.

This is why people either avoid using public transport or are fed up with the high costs and poor quality of service


aseddon130
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can i book manchester to huddersfield
doesn't seem that you can you have to go from Victoria for Huddersfield.
From someone who works there, don't ever travel Man Vic to/from huddersfield on the weekends. EVER!
Jarrvo
worst train operator ever!
every single train is late, overcrowded and as mentioned bloody pacers that should have been retired long long ago.
better off walking
Spoken like someone who doesn't have a clue what goes on, all it takes for one train to break down or encounter some kind of obstruction for it to mess a whole lot up. You'd be surprised how many little things train drivers and conductors encounter ... some things would be considered beggars belief.


Edited By: Jarrvo on Jan 03, 2017 21:49
Is it possible to get Manchester (any station) to York and return cheaply?

TIA
I think Northern have good customer service, and they keep alive local stations at least!

The thing that lets them down is sadly the trains. They're crap.
supersue
Most likely the journeys you're searching include a portion of the journey which isn't serviced by Northern Rail on that particular leg at that time. Happened to us too.. Open the "information" icon and look at who is supplying each leg of the journey..

I've used Northern many times particularly Hull to Sheffield direct & on searching journeys on various dates I'm getting the invalid code message every time.
boyaloud
Jarrvo
worst train operator ever!
every single train is late, overcrowded and as mentioned bloody pacers that should have been retired long long ago.
better off walking


If you get train in middle of day Manchester to Leeds it's four carriages and intercity a 1990-ish intercity still I'm excellent condition very thick padded seats lots of nice toilets and hardly anyone on board

Also to Liverpool now all trains are newly refurbished electrics very nice


Op, your train knowledge is AMAZING! How on earth do you know all this stuff?! Am thinking you traverse the entire country, travelling by train.
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90% off YHA membership for 16-25 railcard holders!

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90% off YHA membership for 16-25 railcard holders!
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Don't forget you can also get discount as an NUS Extra card member - and you don't need to be 25 or below! Just log into your NUS EXTRA account for the discount code.
What if I'm over 25 but I have a railcard being a full time student?
Also you can get a household membership for £10 good for 2 adults living at the same address plus any children travelling with you if you have a family railcard using discount code 'ATOCJF-13'
Wow! Great discount
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Unidays - targeting all students

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Why is this posted as a deal? It's ooooooold news
I went to the Leicester one with my daughter and no one checked your email address. Some shops just wanted the sale. I was in Birmingham when one was on about 3 years ago & the guy behind me gave me his discount at Krispy kreme (2 x12 for £10) It's a nice evening and worth going if you are free I think.
yawn
You actually need to have a legit .ac.uk email for this one. Not quite like NUS...

UniDays are otherswise quite decent.
rogparki
That will be news to all on here !:(
Yep virtually everyone who's a regular on here knows about Unidays, in particular me posting deals on it and the official unidays code sharing thread.
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Heads up from Friday 25/11 - One Year Family & Friends Railcard or 16-25 Railcard for £20.00 (saving £10)

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Decent deal on rail travel starting Friday 25/11 Choice of the one year friends and family railcard or 16-25 railcard for £20, saving £10. Plus the ongoing savings that you will make using the rai… Read More
Decent deal on rail travel starting Friday 25/11 Choice of the one year friends and family railcard or 16-25 railcard for £20, saving £10. Plus the ongoing savings that you will make using the rai…
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Dont forget cashback! every little helps :-)
Heat for this! Great for students like myself who live away from home and take the train constantly.
These rail cards match the train service rubbish.

You can't even use them all the train services just the other day I heard a guy moaning because the station we was at wouldn't accept it.
hjnphoto
Does anyone know the promotional code to get £10 off this? Still charging me £30...

Have you tried MSBLACKFRIDAY or BLACKFRIDAY?
Does anyone know the promotional code to get £10 off this? Still charging me £30...
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50% off travel with a 16 to 25 Railcard at GWR (single fares only)

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Many thanks OP. Hot
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Family and Friends Railcards 15% off with code £25.00

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Enter the code SAVINGS15 at the application stage before 11.59pm on Mon 31 Oct, you can get a Family & Friends Railcard for £25.50, instead of the normal £30. Up to four adults (aged 16 and over) c…
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cherisse
It is saying this unique code has been redeemed and not reducing the price?


If you continue with the application the price will be reduced to £25.50
And the discount will show
15% of that is £25.50.
It is saying this unique code has been redeemed and not reducing the price?
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Northern Rail Advance fares to/from Manchester, EXTRA 25% off, e.g. to Leeds/Liverpool/Stoke/Crewe + many other stations £2.25 single (£1.50 railcard) LOTS of availability

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Lol
risky72
has anyone booked anything as ive tried 3 routes on different dates all expensive :(
what are they?
has anyone booked anything as ive tried 3 routes on different dates all expensive :(
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New Virgin Trains WEST COAST offer 1,000 points for any journey, e.g. £1.50 Manchester to Stockport single with Job Centre Plus railcard

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only 100 points on mine :(
any ticket as long as its on west coast line
I have this offer on my nectar account.
do you know if the train journey booked has to be "anytime return" as it states on the offer or single ticket acceptable?
thanks.
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15% code off two together railcard

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Instructions:So if your in a couple and you use the train this card is really good. Saves you 15% off fares. Until 19th oct use the code SPOIL ME to get 15% off the card (25.50 instead of 30) bargain.  
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Yeah it was 2 months ago...
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CODE DOESN'T WORK !!!!


Removed the space just tried still works post edited.
Wheeltapper
CODE DOESN'T WORK !!!!


IT DID YESTERDAY
CODE DOESN'T WORK !!!!
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15% off all railcard purchases (16-25, senior, disabled, two together, family) £25.50

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Worked for me. Got a 2together card for 24.50
Thanks OP - you just saved me £4.50 on a raillcard renewal!
So I tried again today and it worked. This time I didn't use all capital letters, I put Spoilme and ta-da! Thanks op.
Does not work on all railcards as claimed. You can not get discount on 3 year disabled person card. If I wanted to purchase the 1 year version, SPOILME code was verified. There is the possibility of £2.83 cashback with TCB but that's only roughly a third of the 15% discount if it had worked.
I also had terrible problems trying to upload evidence of benefit. My file was only 419kb jpeg yet it kept telling me I could only upload 4mb at a time. The only way to fix this is to keep pressing the back button till you reach the first page and you can delete the whole application and start again.
I think I'll just save my pennies and use my bus pass instead.
Thanks, managed to get the disabled persons railcard for £17 using the code SPOILME
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Get railcard for 16 to 25 year olds - Tesco - £15.00 (ClubCard Vouchers)

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This is ideal for college/uni students or if your young and travel a lot. I used to have one back in my day but had to pay a lot of money for it. Through your tesco club card you are able to purchase
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You would be better off spending Tesco vouchers on something that gives you 4 times the value of the vouchers like Pizza Express tokens, where you get £60 of tokens for £15 of Tesco Vouchers, whereas you pay £15 for the railcard that is worth £30
I thought the same thing. This card was also posted for £25 last week on HUKD so even less of a good deal.
If you asked your parents whether they would give you £30 for £60 worth of food at Pizza Express, Ask, Prezzo etc I'm sure they would bite your hand off.
They get half price food and you get a railcard for £15 of clubcard points, win-win!
Are they Pizza express gift cards that you get from Tesco Clubcard point?
No it's an offer which can't be used in conjunction with any other offers.
4x your tesco clubcard points on food at pizza express, prezzo etc.
Great value IMO and doesn't exclude anything! Their offers on their website after for mains only and exclude a lot of items.
Thanks OP - was looking into part payment as knew I had a few vouchers - checked and had enough (just) for the card - just in time for kid's 16th next week - Brill
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Grecc
You would be better off spending Tesco vouchers on something that gives you 4 times the value of the vouchers like Pizza Express tokens, where you get £60 of tokens for £15 of Tesco Vouchers, whereas you pay £15 for the railcard that is worth £30
I thought the same thing. This card was also posted for £25 last week on HUKD so even less of a good deal.
If you asked your parents whether they would give you £30 for £60 worth of food at Pizza Express, Ask, Prezzo etc I'm sure they would bite your hand off.
They get half price food and you get a railcard for £15 of clubcard points, win-win!
Are they Pizza express gift cards that you get from Tesco Clubcard point?
I always renew my Friends and Family using Clubcard points - great deal.
saniman
Hot, but if you're a student get a Santander bank account and they give you a 4 year student railcard for free! Best student bank account perk going!
You need to be 18+ though for that
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£5 off 16-25 Railcard £25.00 for one year @ studentmoneysaver

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Link not working
Try again, the link works for me on 2 different pc ;)

not working for me either :(
Can you combine this discount with the NUS extra discount card savings.

Edit: you can't

Edited By: manams on Sep 29, 2016 06:52: Update
gilliantipping
Link not working
Try again, the link works for me on 2 different pc ;)
Link not working
cold because it's facebook and twitter
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Family & Friends Railcard 10% off

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Instructions:Buy a Family & Friends Railcard online now and you will get 10% off the usual price of £30, paying only £27. What a great saving! Simply enter your promotional code when you order your card to get this great saving - Family10 This offer is only available online and is not available in stations.
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code SEARCH10 also works
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50% off TPExpress advance train tickets if you are age 16-18 or are on jobseekers or hold a 16-25 railcard

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I doubt TPE will have this offer if one can only get the railcard in London as they don't go near London. The TPE and gov.uk both seem to imply it's available nationwide to any age.https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/support-to-help-with-the-cost-of-transport/support-to-help-with-the-cost-of-transport
It was available nationwide, then cut-back to London only. London has a much bigger transport budget (x3 per capita) than anywhere else in the UK.
You also get 4.5% topcashback and nectar points. Always worth checking the northern fares too as said above.
anything else job seekers want for nowt?
I doubt TPE will have this offer if one can only get the railcard in London as they don't go near London. The TPE and gov.uk both seem to imply it's available nationwide to any age.

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/support-to-help-with-the-cost-of-transport/support-to-help-with-the-cost-of-transport
If I remember rightly. In order to receive a 'Jobcentre plus' railcard you must live within London and be under 24.
It's not available anywhere else in the UK for unemployed people. Very limited terms.

Edited By: huggychair on Aug 07, 2016 17:12: o
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staffsnat
I've spent all afternoon trying to buy a 3 year senior railcard but to no avail, can you only buy a one year with this promo deal? Does anyone know please?


It only works for 1 year cards. The three year ones have just a fraction over 20% discount. The 20% offer comes around every year at renewal time, so the 3 year card would just save you admin and cover you against price rises - if you want to pay so far in advance.
I've spent all afternoon trying to buy a 3 year senior railcard but to no avail, can you only buy a one year with this promo deal? Does anyone know please?
gmschuple
Does anyone know, if children below the age of three can travel for free, if accompanied by an adult?


I always found that buying our child a ticket with the railcard made it cheaper than not buying the child seat and just paying for the adults. Even though she was tiny and didn't 'need' a seat as such, the extra space was welcome!
volvotommy
Can the senior 's railcard be used even for discounted advance purchase tickets
eg London to Newcastle discounted advanced fare GBP15 , do I still get the ticket discounted down to GBP7.50?
thanks
Yes the discount comes off advance tickets but it's a third not a half discount so your £15.00 ticket would be discounted to £10.00
Plus 5% cashback via Quidco.
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railcards £20 with code @ Railcard

£20.00 @ Railcard
All railcards now £20 using offer code SOCIAL. Offer valid from 4th July - 18th July Read More
Instructions:All railcards now £20 using the voucher code. Offer valid from 4th July - 18th July  
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karene28 Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago / expired 18 Jul 1618 July 20162 Comments
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As above 20% off not £20 still a good find please update it :)
It's 20% off making it 24 not 20
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20% off for 16-25 railcard~ £24.00

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Just use the code "SUMMER" when you renew/buy the 1 yr 16-25 railcard online. offer end 18.7.2016~ Hurry up ! Read More
Just use the code "SUMMER" when you renew/buy the 1 yr 16-25 railcard online. offer end 18.7.2016~ Hurry up !
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Thank you I just saved £6 off my senior card. I paid £24 the same as last year. 1 trip pays for this , I usually save around £200 over the course of a year using my railcard
last year we got a £10 off, so I got my yearly one for £20. It expires the end of July. Anyone think they'll do this discount again, or is £24 the best we're going to get this time round?
£70 for three years is a better offer...
Aww wish this worked on children's railcards i have 2 annual passes to but for kids to get to and from school sept
Does the discount stack with the NUS discount?
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10% of senior Railcard

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Not as good as before but still a saving. 10% off Senior Railcard. Age 60+. Get a third off off-peak train travel with a Senior Railcard plus there's a 10% code off the card making it £27 instead o… Read More
Instructions:Not as good as before but still a saving. 10% off Senior Railcard. Age 60+. Get a third off off-peak train travel with a Senior Railcard plus there's a 10% voucher code off the card making it £27 instead of the usual £30 until 30 Jun, see senior railcard deals.  
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Family & Friends railcard code 2NE4 1REJ until 3pm on Thu 12 May

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Just looked on moneysaving expert and this was a very similar deal to the sun one but you do not have to buy the sun and its a different code think it ends tonight though at 3pm Get a free two-mont… Read More
Just looked on moneysaving expert and this was a very similar deal to the sun one but you do not have to buy the sun and its a different code think it ends tonight though at 3pm Get a free two-mont…
Anon32 Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago9 Comments
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Anyone received theirs yet?
thx for posting!!
doylie1984
Wish they had a railcard for over 26's
There's the "Two Together" cardwhich gives a third off (off peak) fares. It's £30 for a year but £3 off with the code ONLINE.
http://www.twotogether-railcard.co.uk/online/
You might find other offers on this as well. Obviously it's aimed at two people who go places together often, so depends what you need.
Thanks
thanks.
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Free 2 Month Family & Friends Railcard - Use The Sun code

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National Rail are giving away 125,000 FREE Family & Friends Railcard. It entitles you to discounted train fares across the country. Please use the Sun promo code '3PL8 WG64' when asked on the form. Yo… Read More
National Rail are giving away 125,000 FREE Family & Friends Railcard. It entitles you to discounted train fares across the country. Please use the Sun promo code '3PL8 WG64' when asked on the form. Yo…
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Yay mine arrived too.
Mine arrived today
Got mine today. Beware it is only valid from 1st June so no bank holiday travel with it. I'm sure the last 2 month freebie I got was valid as soon as it arrived.
itsduke
has anyone got their cards ?


Not received it yet
has anyone got their cards ?