Airport Transfers for £1.99pp - London Victoria to Gatwick /Luton Airport - Kings Cross to Stansted  @ easyBus
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Airport Transfers for £1.99pp - London Victoria to Gatwick /Luton Airport - Kings Cross to Stansted @ easyBus

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Found 14th May
Just a reminder there are a number of £1.99 airport transfers with easyBus, in case you are going on holiday and need a cost effective way to get to the airport.

From a few searches found the following with £1.99 transfers

  • London Kings Cross to Stansted
  • London Victoria to Gatwick
  • London Victoria to Luton



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Go with them at your own risk. Incredibly unreliable. On my first trip the shuttle arrived 2 hours late, and the second time it didn't bother to show up at all, had to grab an express train to the airport to make it in time. Never again.

And it looks like I'm not the only one who's had a problem with them. uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk
Avoid!!! they use motorways notorious for gridlock, allow at least double the time they say it takes, and even then I'm not sure it's a good idea.
Best way to Stansted from west end is Underground Victoria Line to Tottenham Hale and then take the Train from there.
Best way to Gatwick is take a normal Brighton train with a normally priced ticket.
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Shame it's Gatwick. Gotta get to Heathrow next month. PITA from Devon.
Go with them at your own risk. Incredibly unreliable. On my first trip the shuttle arrived 2 hours late, and the second time it didn't bother to show up at all, had to grab an express train to the airport to make it in time. Never again.

And it looks like I'm not the only one who's had a problem with them. uk.trustpilot.com/rev….uk
Most of them are provided by National Express
1hr 30 mins but only takes 30 on the train £8.30 oyster card fare i think i will stick with the trains as usual.
waterloo19 m ago

1hr 30 mins but only takes 30 on the train £8.30 oyster card fare i think …1hr 30 mins but only takes 30 on the train £8.30 oyster card fare i think i will stick with the trains as usual.


Does not apply to Luton and Stansted irports.
rodman11 m ago

Does not apply to Luton and Stansted irports.


Still i will stick with the trains 30 mins luton, 45 mins stansted and pay the extra could not suffer a coach journey though london to a airport.ok for students or skint people on a budget but if you are going away im sure you have the money anyway to arrive ontime no stress.
Avoid!!! they use motorways notorious for gridlock, allow at least double the time they say it takes, and even then I'm not sure it's a good idea.
Best way to Stansted from west end is Underground Victoria Line to Tottenham Hale and then take the Train from there.
Best way to Gatwick is take a normal Brighton train with a normally priced ticket.
HOT! £3.98 return for Victoria Coach Station to Gatwick provided by National Express.
waynester2112 m ago

HOT! £3.98 return for Victoria Coach Station to Gatwick provided by …HOT! £3.98 return for Victoria Coach Station to Gatwick provided by National Express.


Pay £6 more and get there in 27 mins not 2hrs or more no brainer.
Edited by: "waterloo" 14th May
MARFW1 h, 11 m ago

Go with them at your own risk. Incredibly unreliable. On my first trip the …Go with them at your own risk. Incredibly unreliable. On my first trip the shuttle arrived 2 hours late, and the second time it didn't bother to show up at all, had to grab an express train to the airport to make it in time. Never again.And it looks like I'm not the only one who's had a problem with them. https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.easybus.co.uk


They probably have the worst reviews of anyone on trustpilot
waterloo28 m ago

Pay £6 more and get there in 27 mins not 2hrs or more no brainer.


This is a money-saving website, so I would not count on everyone considering the option that costs 2.5x more a 'no-brainer'.

And what if your flight is before 6 am?
Also, it is nearly always cheaper to not use your oyster card as a single journey if travelling to Gatwick. If you prefer to take the train from Victoria, use your Oyster card to get to East Croydon and then switch to a train ticket. In other cases, where it is possible to avoid zone 1, it is cheaper to split at Tadworth.
waterloo1 h, 6 m ago

Pay £6 more and get there in 27 mins not 2hrs or more no brainer.


So it's £10 return? Where's this at?
waynester2128 m ago

So it's £10 return? Where's this at?


Pay £6 more and Get There in 27 mins i'm sure you knew what i meant but to clear it up for you pay £12 more for a stress free return trip
Edited by: "waterloo" 14th May
waterloo8 m ago

Pay £6 more and Get There in 27 mins i'm sure you knew what i meant …Pay £6 more and Get There in 27 mins i'm sure you knew what i meant but to clear it up for you pay £12 more for a stress free return trip


Well looking into the t+c it appears I'd have to purchase another seat if I want to take a big case and a hand luggage so I might have to get the train after all!
drspa441 h, 45 m ago

Also, it is nearly always cheaper to not use your oyster card as a single …Also, it is nearly always cheaper to not use your oyster card as a single journey if travelling to Gatwick. If you prefer to take the train from Victoria, use your Oyster card to get to East Croydon and then switch to a train ticket. In other cases, where it is possible to avoid zone 1, it is cheaper to split at Tadworth.


Not 100% correct it's nearly always cheaper to use your oyster card to gatwick depending on where you travel from in
london unless you go in peak times but if you go in peak times your normal train fare will also go up most times.
Edited by: "waterloo" 14th May
waynester217 m ago

Well looking into the t+c it appears I'd have to purchase another seat if …Well looking into the t+c it appears I'd have to purchase another seat if I want to take a big case and a hand luggage so I might have to get the train after all!


I'm only talking from 40yrs of experience of taking the train from my central london home to airports and knowing the traffic in london and the bad reviews it makes no sense to get a coach to the airport the only time its works out better is its very late at night but it still takes 1.5hrs with no traffic or when no trains are running but then the costs of these skyrocket anyway.
Edited by: "waterloo" 14th May
after reading reviews i voted cold..this company cannot be in hotukdeals... or do you want to be the person who had another bad bad story ..taxi fares..no show buses..x2 charging... this companys thinks they are ok to be cowboy's..COLD!
ricardasgudkovas3 m ago

after reading reviews i voted cold..this company cannot be in …after reading reviews i voted cold..this company cannot be in hotukdeals... or do you want to be the person who had another bad bad story ..taxi fares..no show buses..x2 charging... this companys thinks they are ok to be cowboy's..COLD!


Surely if it's provided by National Express it's ok though? I've never had any issues with National Express. All they do is forward the paperwork onto Easy Bus.
Any London terminals to Gatwick £16 Return using a oyster card off peak it takes 27 mins normal train not Gatwick Express.
waynester2110 m ago

Surely if it's provided by National Express it's ok though? I've never had …Surely if it's provided by National Express it's ok though? I've never had any issues with National Express. All they do is forward the paperwork onto Easy Bus.


its about EasyBus only, NE are always good..
waynester2111 m ago

Surely if it's provided by National Express it's ok though? I've never had …Surely if it's provided by National Express it's ok though? I've never had any issues with National Express. All they do is forward the paperwork onto Easy Bus.


I dont think you will have any problems 9 out 10 times with national express unless you are stuck in traffic or the coach breaks down on route to you or on route to the airport. The bad reviews are when the orange mini bus runs the routes but to save £12 i would not even think about it let the train take the strain
waterloo13 m ago

Any London terminals to Gatwick £16 Return using a oyster card off peak it …Any London terminals to Gatwick £16 Return using a oyster card off peak it takes 27 mins normal train not Gatwick Express.


I'm an Oyster virgin. Any idea what it'd cost if I just used a contactless bank card?
Edited by: "waynester21" 14th May
waynester213 m ago

I'm an Oyster virgin. Any idea what it'd cost if I just used a contactless …I'm an Oyster virgin. Any idea what it'd cost if I just used a contactless bank card?


Use a contactless bank card and it costs the same as a oyster card
waynester2113 m ago

I'm an Oyster virgin. Any idea what it'd cost if I just used a contactless …I'm an Oyster virgin. Any idea what it'd cost if I just used a contactless bank card?



Only use this off peak as it will cost more at peak times.
I've said it before on an Easybus deal.....took my money and didn't even run the service. No refund, just a huge expense having to take a taxi to not miss my flight. Not worth the hassle.
Deeky will take us, but he's a lot more expensive

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maccy14 m ago

Deeky will take us, but he's a lot more expensive [Image]


Oh Arfa........... Shut up Olive
waterloo14 m ago

Only use this off peak as it will cost more at peak times.


Thanks for the advice.
2 hours?
Why is this a 'deal'? I've been paying £1.99 for bus to airports for years with Easybus.

It's nothing new.
I am not sure about gatwick but for stansted, i'd always recommend getting to stratford and getting a bus from there. So much quicker then all other options.
Dam it paid £8.00 for the 22nd May 11:30am the other day with National Express.easybus is £3.99
drspa4418 h, 9 m ago

This is a money-saving website, so I would not count on everyone …This is a money-saving website, so I would not count on everyone considering the option that costs 2.5x more a 'no-brainer'.And what if your flight is before 6 am?


It's not always about saving money tight a***
vaiopup19 h, 58 m ago

Shame it's Gatwick. Gotta get to Heathrow next month. PITA from Devon.


Just go by Tube, it’ll be close to this amount anyway
We could do with Easybus operating at other UK airports as well . RIP off prices just because you are travelling to the airport. Maybe the government should look in to this.
Anyone know of a better alternative to this? thanks
Cold because of reviews. Had a hell of a carry on with flights before
It used to be EasyBus run their own buses and they had alot of issues.

More recently, due to some airports only allowing certain registered bus companies, they've partnered with National Express and NE are a lot more reliable.
waterloo23 h, 0 m ago

I'm only talking from 40yrs of experience of taking the train from my …I'm only talking from 40yrs of experience of taking the train from my central london home to airports and knowing the traffic in london and the bad reviews it makes no sense to get a coach to the airport the only time its works out better is its very late at night but it still takes 1.5hrs with no traffic or when no trains are running but then the costs of these skyrocket anyway.


About time you retired after 40 years of leaving the smoke @waterloo maybe an around the world coach holiday will suit
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