50% off fare with Arriva Trains Wales Multi-flex

50% off fare with Arriva Trains Wales Multi-flex

Found 1st Dec 2014
- This is a great offer for those who use the rail network irregularly or for a few days a week in South Wales. It's a fixed saving of 50% off standard day ticket price up until 24th December

What is the Mobile Multi-flex ticket?

The Mobile Multi-Flexticket - provides a reduced cost bulk-buy of 12 individual one-way tickets (six in one direction and six in the reverse direction) delivered straight to your smartphone through our Mobile Multi-Flex app. You can buy Multi-flex tickets when it’s most convenient for you – any time, any place, anywhere (as long as you can receive a data signal from your mobile phone service or WiFi provider)!

The 12 individual one-way tickets are stored on your smartphone, in the app, each one ready to be activated for use immediately prior to travel. They can then be shown to rail ticket checking staff, or presented to the scanning equipment at ticket gates. Once you have bought the pack of 12 tickets, they will sit in your smartphone in the Mobil Multi-flex ‘wallet’ ready for you to activate, within 3 months from the date of purchase. Once a ticket has been activated you have 3 hours to reach your destination (which is plenty of time to complete all timetabled single journeys in the area covered by this ticket type).

What is the 50% Savings Special Offer?

For journeys on the Cardiff and Valleys rail network, until 24 December, you can save 50% in comparison to the cost of standard return train tickets bought each day when you purchase a Multi-flex ticket. During the special offer period you can purchase as many Multi-flex tickets as you want. Once this special offer has ended, you will still be able to enjoy low cost travel using Multi-flex tickets as they still provide a significant saving in comparison to the cost of standard return tickets.
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Misleading. Description should be changed to 50% off on arriva trains Wales valley lines network
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