Friends and Family Rail Card (one year) £20.00 (£10 OFF)
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Friends and Family Rail Card (one year) £20.00 (£10 OFF)

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Found 14th Oct 2013
Family and Friends Railcard is on offer on until the 1st November, reducing the price from £30 to just £20 for a one year card. Promo code WEB10

Any adult (16 years upwards) can buy a Family & Friends Railcard. To use it, at least one of the group travelling must be named on the Railcard and there must also be at least one child travelling on a child rate ticket. The named Railcard holder must travel for the entire journey with any passengers who have been bought discounted tickets. Typically you will save 33% on adult fares and 60% on childrens fares

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Gutted!!! Bought mine last month full price!

SMOOOOOOKING HAWT!

Original Poster

are u sure social10 works as this code is web10 - i didnt even know about other sections

RICHHEMUS

are u sure social10 works as this code is web10 - i didnt even know about … are u sure social10 works as this code is web10 - i didnt even know about other sections



I mean this is not "Deal" but "voucher deal"X)

4COSI

Anyone know a Discount code for a Network Card ?

For London travel, if i were to buy a weekly travelcard with this discount (for eg), do i need to have my child with me on all journeys?

(apologies if this is a dumb question, its been a long day)

This us fab, was on the brink of buying a 3 year one, this is great, getting one now thanks for the heads up!

Original Poster

scrougemcduck

For London travel, if i were to buy a weekly travelcard with this … For London travel, if i were to buy a weekly travelcard with this discount (for eg), do i need to have my child with me on all journeys? (apologies if this is a dumb question, its been a long day)



Yes im afraid for this railcard you need to be travelling with a least 1 child

Hot deal

Great deal shame i just bought 1 recently

Genius thanks just in time for half term hopefully
Cheers

Smokin!!!!

You can get one for £15 of Tesco vouchers.

tesco.com/clu…191|Travel*4294958884|Transport

Great, now all I need to do is find a child to carry along on all journeys

Good deal...lots of saving

Thanks Op x

About the best price you're going to get it for I think. Same price as this year's Daily Mail offer (which is normally 50% discount but this year was only 33%).

Singletons lose out again!

Yet, we are happy to get rippe off for our rail fares in this country. Is it really a bargain after you are still charged such crazy high fares? Hmm.

Thanks OP.

Nice one thanks.

JABBERWOC

Singletons lose out again!



Just think of all the money you save by not having kids.

Brilliant thank you

People without children travelling off peak on overground services in the S/E or around London should look into the Network Railcard railcard.co.uk/net…rk/ .

Costs £30 a year and covers up to 4 adults per journey giving each:
1/3 off fares at the weekend (no minimum fare).
1/3 off fares Mon - Friday off peak (£13 minimum fare).
Edited by: "the2ocan" 15th Oct 2013

Thanks, gone for it.

Cheers. Saves a fortune these things. Its cheaper to take a kid with you than buy a normal adult ticket !

Sadly, the need for a child under 16, is its weak point..

barnehurst

Sadly, the need for a child under 16, is its weak point..


Sadly, the need to be disabled is the weak point of the disabled person's railcard.
Sadly, the need to be aged 16-25 is the weak point of the 16-25 railcard
Sadly, the need to be aged over 60 the weak point of the Senior Railcard.
Sadly, the need to travel in the Southeast is a weak point of the Southeast Network Railcard.

It's a crazy, tough old world out there. How can one possibly survive?

scrougemcduck

For London travel, if i were to buy a weekly travelcard with this … For London travel, if i were to buy a weekly travelcard with this discount (for eg), do i need to have my child with me on all journeys? (apologies if this is a dumb question, its been a long day)



yes u do

the2ocan

People without children travelling off peak on overground services in the … People without children travelling off peak on overground services in the S/E or around London should look into the Network Railcard http://www.railcard.co.uk/network/ .Costs £30 a year and covers up to 4 adults per journey giving each:1/3 off fares at the weekend (no minimum fare).1/3 off fares Mon - Friday off peak (£13 minimum fare).



And there should be a card hat covers a larger area. I'm one stop out of area. Although I could drive further. The rest of the country is missing out. But yes, the network card is good.

Ooh nice. Forgot to renew mine in August and am planning a trip at the end of October. Travel card London for 1 adult and 1 child w/out railcard - £39. Travel card for 1 adult and 1 child w railcard = £22.10. Only another £3 for a card that will get used a lot throughout the year. Excellente!

Planning a trip to London next year. Thanks.

Great offer this, thanks for posting OP.

Not sure why this has expired just used the code no problem
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