£10 RedSpottedHanky code with Sunday Telegraph (£2)
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£10 RedSpottedHanky code with Sunday Telegraph (£2)

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Found 21st Aug 2012
Buy the Sunday Telegraph (£2) this Sun (26 Aug) and enter the code printed in the paper, online at train booking site RedSpottedHanky and £10 will be credited to your account to spend by 31 Dec 2012.

The offer's available to both new and existing RedSpottedHanky customers and will be credited to your account within 72 hours.

Be quick though, as there's a limited number available and the offer ends when all the vouchers have gone or at 11.59pm on Sunday.

The code's valid on most major train operators but excludes Megatrain, Eurostar, and season tickets.

The detail: One voucher per person.

Thanks to MSE!

zabada has kindly given us the code so thank you

Code -

RshTel10B

- tonyk007

A Big Thank you to terimkc for being the first person to post up the code,
- tonyk007

From their Facebook page:

Apologies to anyone who had issues claiming the £10 RSH voucher from the Sunday Telegraph over the weekend – you can contact us on 0800 377 7748 (Freephone) to discuss any problem you had.
- Newbold

534 Comments

Wonder if the voucher code will be the same in all copies of the Sunday Telegraph

Hope someone on MSE just gives us the code like last time

Awesome!

sweeeeeeeeeeeeeet

Cheers OP (and MSE!)

Thanks.

worked brilliantly last time. very looking forward to this.

Just checked a fare out from A to B with RedSpottedHanky minus the £10 discount.... looked ok but found I can get the fare roughly £8 cheaper using another train fare site. I don't know if all there prices are higher than other operators.

Ellie Phant

Just checked a fare out from A to B with RedSpottedHanky minus the £10 … Just checked a fare out from A to B with RedSpottedHanky minus the £10 discount.... looked ok but found I can get the fare roughly £8 cheaper using another train fare site. I don't know if all there prices are higher than other operators.



I find the same (usually just use National Rail direct). Voted hot regardless as it'll be useful for someone.

I'm a touch confused by people saying they're more expensive. RSH just charge the standard fees set by ATOS and National Rail. They could charge a credit/debit fee or processing fee, but the actual ticket price has to be the same across all official ticket sellers.

I took advantage of this last time they ran the offer - Was all good. Thanks OP, I'll be off to the shop early Sunday morning to get a paper!

cool

Anyone know if this is likely to be a unique code per newspaper ?

Thanks
Daniel

Thanks

razord

I'm a touch confused by people saying they're more expensive. RSH just … I'm a touch confused by people saying they're more expensive. RSH just charge the standard fees set by ATOS and National Rail. They could charge a credit/debit fee or processing fee, but the actual ticket price has to be the same across all official ticket sellers.



re: previous post. Just gone back to check prices and is now showing same as other sites, so all good. Cleethorpes to Lincoln return will be £1.10..... nice.

razord

I'm a touch confused by people saying they're more expensive. RSH just … I'm a touch confused by people saying they're more expensive. RSH just charge the standard fees set by ATOS and National Rail. They could charge a credit/debit fee or processing fee, but the actual ticket price has to be the same across all official ticket sellers.



For example, I booked a train up to Newcastle and got a cheaper price with East Coast (the company who operate that line) than I could booking that journey anywhere else. I hope this helps clarify.

Edit: I believe this is also the case with East Midlands.
Edited by: "king_chief" 21st Aug 2012

Thanks OP. It's a great deal. I hope I won't forget to get the paper this Sunday!

razord

I'm a touch confused by people saying they're more expensive. RSH just … I'm a touch confused by people saying they're more expensive. RSH just charge the standard fees set by ATOS and National Rail. They could charge a credit/debit fee or processing fee, but the actual ticket price has to be the same across all official ticket sellers.



^^^ What he said

Hot, thanks op.
Edited by: "hopper84" 21st Aug 2012

Great!!

uccalms

Thanks OP. It's a great deal. I hope I won't forget to get the paper this … Thanks OP. It's a great deal. I hope I won't forget to get the paper this Sunday!



I will "browse" the paper in the shop with a pen and a bit of paper in my pocket.... I can't afford £2 for a newspaper.:3

Hot!

heated

Great Deal- thanks!

king_chief

For example, I booked a train up to Newcastle and got a cheaper price … For example, I booked a train up to Newcastle and got a cheaper price with East Coast (the company who operate that line) than I could booking that journey anywhere else. I hope this helps clarify.Edit: I believe this is also the case with East Midlands.



I find this hard to believe, I suspect it is simply that your selecting a different type of ticket for a similar journey, or that east coast shows a wider range of times on the screen per session, meaning your more likely to pick a cheaper ticket if you are flexible on times.

I'd be happy to be proven wrong though so if someone has a demonstrable example of RedSpottedHanky giving a higher price for the same ticket, then please post it.
Edited by: "holyone2" 21st Aug 2012

holyone2

Great Deal- thanks! I find this hard to believe, I suspect it is simply … Great Deal- thanks! I find this hard to believe, I suspect it is simply that your selecting a different type of ticket for a similar journey, or that east coast shows a wider range of times on the screen per session, meaning your more likely to pick a cheaper ticket if you are flexible on times.I'd be happy to be proven wrong though so if someone has a demonstrable example of RedSpottedHanky giving a higher price for the same ticket, then please post it.



Nope, it was exactly the same ticket for exactly the same journey. To be fair it was only 40p cheaper on a £15 ticket, but it was still cheaper.

Edit: Yep, just checked and I am right like I thought. Search Leeds to Newcastle on East Coast and RSH and you'll see East Coast have a '* web fare only' thing on some services which makes it cheaper to book at East Coast journey through East Coast. I thank you.

Edit: Also, isn't it irritating when you get idiots like this saying they doubt something's true even though you've experienced it and know it to be true? And then they can't even be bothered to do a one minute check before posting their silly comment which would have shown them to be wrong... anyway that's what you get for trying to help!
Edited by: "king_chief" 21st Aug 2012

I wouldn't buy anything from a company called RedSpottedHanky

Hi does anyone have any further information on this
For eg if it will start any earlier
Or if the codes are all different ???
Thanks

hanky code. arf.

I wouldn't buy anything from a company called RedSpottedHanky



not sure I would either

Cheers again OP!

king_chief

For example, I booked a train up to Newcastle and got a cheaper price … For example, I booked a train up to Newcastle and got a cheaper price with East Coast (the company who operate that line) than I could booking that journey anywhere else. I hope this helps clarify.Edit: I believe this is also the case with East Midlands.



I can back up this claim. I use Southern Railway a lot and on their own website they have web discounts for booking online provided you use only trains operated by Southern themselves. However for times when their isn't a discount (and I guess season tickets?) a £8 free discount can't be ignored.

hanky code. arf.

Thanks for the info op

Ellie Phant

re: previous post. Just gone back to check prices and is now showing same … re: previous post. Just gone back to check prices and is now showing same as other sites, so all good. Cleethorpes to Lincoln return will be £1.10..... nice.


Good grief! Why on earth do you want a return? You do realise that means you're paying to go back to Cleethorpes don't you?

Does anyone know if the offer code will be the same in all copies of the Telegraph.?
Also - need to check that this offer applies to existing Redspotted Hanky customers?


Answers would be appreciated. Thank you

ilikewatch

Good grief! Why on earth do you want a return? You do realise that means … Good grief! Why on earth do you want a return? You do realise that means you're paying to go back to Cleethorpes don't you?



Yeh I know, but at least I get a day away from it. I did hear a rumour that they are closing the resort of Cleethorpes due to "lack of interest"

I love these redspottedhanky codes, and previously could be applied to existing accounts so fingers crossed that's the case this time.

Happ

Does anyone know if the offer code will be the same in all copies of the … Does anyone know if the offer code will be the same in all copies of the Telegraph.?Also - need to check that this offer applies to existing Redspotted Hanky customers?Answers would be appreciated. Thank you



In the past:
The code has been a generic one ie. not unique
The code could be inputted into an existing account

king_chief

Nope, it was exactly the same ticket for exactly the same journey. To be … Nope, it was exactly the same ticket for exactly the same journey. To be fair it was only 40p cheaper on a £15 ticket, but it was still cheaper.Edit: Yep, just checked and I am right like I thought. Search Leeds to Newcastle on East Coast and RSH and you'll see East Coast have a '* web fare only' thing on some services which makes it cheaper to book at East Coast journey through East Coast. I thank you.Edit: Also, isn't it irritating when you get idiots like this saying they doubt something's true even though you've experienced it and know it to be true? And then they can't even be bothered to do a one minute check before posting their silly comment which would have shown them to be wrong... anyway that's what you get for trying to help!



Thanks for this, your right - although both offer EC advance tickets e.g. 7:10 Leeds to Newcastle Oct 11th, the East Coast offers it at £8.45 whereas RSH offers it at £9.50.

As I've used East Coast much in past, and recently moved to RSH as they have a loyalty scheme which gives you about 1% cashback in points. As I've had experience with both, I doubted your statement as I hadn't seen this before, but now your shown me that RSH is more expensive, I'll probs move back to using East Coast because of this.

That being said this deal is still great, £10 off!

Some train providers like east coast offer additional discounts to the ticket prices for their routes on tgeir website. With east coast i think its an extra 10% off their lower fares
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