Days Out Guide in Association With National Rail 2FOR1 across a number of venues
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Days Out Guide in Association With National Rail 2FOR1 across a number of venues

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Edited by:"01234"Found 4th Feb
Good way to save money this Feb Half term There's a 2FOR1 offer for everyone, every day, when you go by train. Save at London Attractions and other parts of UK available2888747.jpg
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Can't use with an Oyster card, only printed vouchers accepted, otherwise would have been useful for me. Wonder if it would work out to buy 1 adult ticket for 1 station stop then just use the oyster or contactless?
Edited by: "gazdoubleu" 4th Feb
gazdoubleu8 h, 59 m ago

Can't use with an Oyster card, only printed vouchers accepted, otherwise …Can't use with an Oyster card, only printed vouchers accepted, otherwise would have been useful for me. Wonder if it would work out to buy 1 adult ticket for 1 station stop then just use the oyster or contactless?


No problem, just need to have a terminating in London terminals ticket
Fantastic timing, was supposed to book some tickets for the London Eye last week, but forgot, so just saved me a fortune!
nomstar1 h, 42 m ago

No problem, just need to have a terminating in London terminals ticket


So if I buy a 3 day return ticket from say Watford to Euston, can I use that ticket for 2 for 1 for all 3 days?
gazdoubleu50 m ago

So if I buy a 3 day return ticket from say Watford to Euston, can I use …So if I buy a 3 day return ticket from say Watford to Euston, can I use that ticket for 2 for 1 for all 3 days?


It works out cheaper just to get a single journey ticket. Work out whatever is the cheapest one way ticket. You don't need to actually leave London so could try whatever the next something like Old Street to Moorgate (a London terminal). Do this whenever you want to use an offer.
ziggycj28 m ago

It works out cheaper just to get a single journey ticket. Work out …It works out cheaper just to get a single journey ticket. Work out whatever is the cheapest one way ticket. You don't need to actually leave London so could try whatever the next something like Old Street to Moorgate (a London terminal). Do this whenever you want to use an offer.


Think it might actually be cheaper for me to buy return as spanning 3 days & 3 single tickets x 3 days is more expensive than buying outbound & return. Seems if you've got your return then your outbound ticket is valid for more than just the date of outbound travel for the 2 for 1 offer. Hope I've got that right but value your input
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