20% off a 1-year Family & Friends Railcard - £24 w/code
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20% off a 1-year Family & Friends Railcard - £24 w/code

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Found 20th Mar
Money off1 year Railcard costs £30, but for a limited time get it for only £24. Just enter the promo code when purchasing online from 19-30 March 2018.

Instant savings

Get a digital Railcard and you can save straight away to travel today.

Explore Britain for less

Get 1/3 on rail fares + 60% kids for cheaper days out. For up to 4 adults travelling with up to 4 kids between 5-15 years old.

Pays for itself

Your Railcard usually pays for itself in just one trip so you make you money back quickly.

Use code EST20GA


1. 20% off a 1-year Family & Friends Railcard is available online only at familyandfriends-railcard.co.uk using the promotional code given between 19-30 March 2018. The offer expires at 23.59hrs on 30 March.

2. The offer is not available at stations or other retail outlets.

3. Offer available to residents of Great Britain aged 16 years or over.

4. Minimum group size is one adult (the named cardholder) and one child aged 5 to 15 years. Maximum group size is four adults (at least one named cardholder plus three other adults - aged 16 years or over) and four children (aged 5 to 15).

5. Railcard to be carried on all journeys and used when purchasing discounted tickets.
Time restrictions apply for journeys in the London and South-East area. Please refer to familyandfriends-railcard.co.uk or enquire at station ticket office for more details.
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Heat added ...you are on the right track with this deal.
Can this be used for 3 adults , or do you need to have a child with you ? Thanks
So I need to travel with child every time?
Yes
Minimum group size is one adult (the named cardholder) and one child aged 5 to 15 years
shitney9 m ago

Can this be used for 3 adults , or do you need to have a child with you ? …Can this be used for 3 adults , or do you need to have a child with you ? Thanks

You need at least one child with you
lucyferror3 m ago

So I need to travel with child every time?

Yes
Yes you need to travel with a child.

You can use it with a child under 5, but you need to buy a ticket for them. You usually save much more than the cost of the child's ticket, and they get their own seat which is helpful on long journeys
Can you use club card points in conjunction with the discount ?
Ehhh that's crap
I used to work in a ticket office, and when folk started asking about such things I feigned illness and closed my window. Can be a bit complicated.
Network cards better if only travelling local (although the area is massive you can travel) and you dont need a kid with you
Does this card valid in peak time?
Or u can just pretend you have one! For FREE
Don't forget you can use your Tesco clubcard reward points to get one of these.
Fantastic-i had an order ready to complete, perfect timing...heat
Planning a trip to London from Scotland with kids later in the summer and this will save us over £100 so great deal
Still a ripoff
I would love to take my kids on the railway, they would enjoy it, but seeing as going anywhere useful here involves going via London then everything costs over £100 for a family of four even with the railcard. Petrol for car is £10. They should make kids free at least, seeing as they come "free" with you if you go by car.
Edited by: "odom" 20th Mar
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Hot good saving. How ever if you have unidays the 40% discount via that on East Coast can work out cheaper
stephtooley20 h, 2 m ago

Don't forget you can use your Tesco clubcard reward points to get one of …Don't forget you can use your Tesco clubcard reward points to get one of these.



...& so only costs £15.
Daft question time, but can two adults travel together without children on one of these cards? Edit - I see above you do. Is there a railcard available just for say two adults travelling together, or one which can be a mix of either adults or children?
Edited by: "Rickoza" 21st Mar
Rickoza58 m ago

Daft question time, but can two adults travel together without children on …Daft question time, but can two adults travel together without children on one of these cards? Edit - I see above you do. Is there a railcard available just for say two adults travelling together, or one which can be a mix of either adults or children?


Depending on where you live, a Network Railcard might be what you need. I have one and every year it pays for itself very quickly. I think it only works in the in the South-East though.

More details on their website: here
I have to say that this card makes it cheaper for us to travel most of the time than a network railcard on my own.
We're is the code?
Pls can any one help me. .were is the code? ..I put -24 w /code. ...not existing. ..I need the code pls
TeerageKaur1 h, 5 m ago

Pls can any one help me. .were is the code? ..I put -24 w /code. ...not …Pls can any one help me. .were is the code? ..I put -24 w /code. ...not existing. ..I need the code pls


The code is in the description, about halfway down in bold. It's EST20GA.
Rickoza19 h, 12 m ago

Daft question time, but can two adults travel together without children on …Daft question time, but can two adults travel together without children on one of these cards? Edit - I see above you do. Is there a railcard available just for say two adults travelling together, or one which can be a mix of either adults or children?



Full range here. Take a look at the Two Together.

Hyperlink not obvious due to colour so:

railcard.co.uk/
Edited by: "rbz5416" 22nd Mar
teflbloke2 h, 0 m ago

The code is in the description, about halfway down in bold. It's EST20GA.


Thank you
Anyone know if you can stack these - current one expires August?
I travelled the other day 3 adults and was offered a groupsave discount of 26% no Railcard needed, was told 3 or more qualifies but, not all train companys offer it , you have to ask, anyway checked on Trainline app for 3 adults travelling in Cornwall and it added the groupsave discount automatically, don't know if it's regional. The gwr and cross country apps had it in the Railcard section but you had to select it yourself.
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