£10 cashback on £10 spend at thetrainline.com via Quidco (new members)

£10 cashback on £10 spend at thetrainline.com via Quidco (new members)

Found 9th Mar 2016
Free' £10 spend at thetrainline.com

Whether it’s Brighton or Birmingham, cashback website Quidco is offering new members £10 money-back on train tickets purchased fromthetrainline.com this week.

The offer expires midnight Sunday 13 March 2016.

To redeem the offer, follow these simple steps:

Sign up to Quidco for free

Follow the instructions to thetrainline.comand order your ticket to the value of £10 or more

£10 cashback will then track in your Quidco account within seven working days, and will become ‘payable’ to transfer into your bank account approximately 14 days after the order date.

How much does thetrainline.com charge in delivery?

You can collect your tickets from your local station two-hours after purchase for free. Remember to take your payment card and booking reference with you. For more information see which stations can I collect my tickets from.

Mobile tickets are free via the app on iPhone, Android, Blackberry and Nokia devices. You can also print your own tickets for free.

First Class delivery is £1 on tickets ordered before 3pm will be dispatched the same day. Next Day Delivery is £7.50.

The small print

The offer is only available for new members with no previous purchases or cashback through Quidco. If an order total is more than £10, you will receive a maximum of £10 back.

The offer is available until midnight Sunday 13 March 2016. The offer is limited to 5,000 redemptions on a first come first served basis.

There is no maximum spend for this promotion however there may be delivery charges. Please check the thetrainline.com website for further details.
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Thanks. Worth mentioning in the title that it's for new members?

Thanks. Worth mentioning in the title that it's for new members?

Yup, it needs adding
Op, is deal expired, I can only see thetrainline business in quidco, where is thetrainline in quidco?

link HERE
Edited by: "opaninkofi" 9th Mar 2016
Would be good to offer this to existing customers too rather than alienating them. Good deal for new members though so well found OP.
Just realise that TheTrainline website is often one of the most expensive ways to buy train tickets with potentially booking fees, card payment fees and delivery fees - which you can normally avoid elsewhere - and they don't offer any of the train operating companies own reductions either
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