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CHEAP DAY OUT Merseyside all zones saveaway ticket for buses, trains and Mersey Ferries young person £2.70 / Adult £5.40 @ Mersey Travel.
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CHEAP DAY OUT Merseyside all zones saveaway ticket for buses, trains and Mersey Ferries young person £2.70 / Adult £5.40 @ Mersey Travel.

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Posted 8th Jul
Saveaway Ticket Options, you can travel to destination including Chester, Southport, westkirby, new Brighton and Ellesmere port by train or bus all over the Mersey side area, also go back and forth on the Mersey ferry as much as you like, you just need to depart on either side of the river and rebored with your saveaway ticket this then allows you to also get on the river cruise ferry under a commute basis. Plenty to see at Chester and Southport including lots of shops and a fair ground. On are recent day out we started at 9.30 am and explored south port, back to Liverpool for some shopping, ferry across the Mersey, another train to Chester, went and had a nice meal, train to westkirby, had a sit on the beech with ice creams purchased from Morrison's and watched to sun go down, bus back to Liverpool, and finally a train back to huton for 9pm where I had parked the car. at £5.40 for an adult ticket I must have traveled well over 150 miles. And actually had a fun day out. Also my daughter's where very happy as Liverpool must have one of the biggest primark shop spread over 5 floors.

Saveaway is a one-day, off-peak ticket for buses, trains and Mersey Ferries* Monday to Friday (except the journeys scheduled to start between 6.31am and 9.29am) and all day Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays. All-Areas Saveaways extend to the whole of Merseyside - as far as Chester, Ellesmere Port and Ormskirk (by rail only).*You must hold an All-Areas Saveaway for Mersey Ferry direct river crossings only. Saveaways cannot be used on River Explorer cruises.

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Prices from 2nd January 2019

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Young Person Saveaway

1 Area (A,B,C or D) £2.40 All Areas£2.80

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15 Comments
Excellent find! Thanks for posting, I never knew about this
Great value and I'll add that while you can't buy a saveaway from Chester station, you can buy 'North Wirral Lines' which does the same thing and is £5.40. Covers all the same merseyrail stations but not the bus/ferry. You can ask for that at the ticket office and I think you pay an extra 20p or so.
Great post, but I would of thought merseytravel would of developed an app version by now
And it's worth noting that "Young Persons" tickets apply to youngsters up to and including 18 years.
Heat, OP!
(Also, I'm sure I've seen posters about Family travel day tickets (2 adults & up to 3 kids) for about £11 but I can't see it on Merseyrail's site)

EDIT: Found Family Ticket (by train) info - merseyrail.org/tic…spx
Edited by: "sjs31" 12th Jul
jasonmcg08/07/2019 12:22

Great value and I'll add that while you can't buy a saveaway from Chester …Great value and I'll add that while you can't buy a saveaway from Chester station, you can buy 'North Wirral Lines' which does the same thing and is £5.40. Covers all the same merseyrail stations but not the bus/ferry. You can ask for that at the ticket office and I think you pay an extra 20p or so.


Hi, I can confirm that you can buy them from Chester station ticket office, me and my wife did this last Tuesday.
It's always this price.
It's not an offer.
You can get them off any bus driver as you get on as it's a standard ticket for an all zones fare.
You can also get them at any Merseyrail train station any day of the year.
SixtyFive08/07/2019 17:32

You can get them off any bus driver as you get on as it's a standard …You can get them off any bus driver as you get on as it's a standard ticket for an all zones fare.You can also get them at any Merseyrail train station any day of the year.


Off peak
paddymcn08/07/2019 18:04

Off peak



yeah after 9.30am.
It's the normal fare for all zones.
Is it just me, or does the picture (if you turn it sideways) look like a bear driving a car?
Well thank you
Very helpful
take note though - they're a poor train company who run late and skip a portion of the wirral line when running late
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