Heathrow Express Deals

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Heathrow Express tickets from £5.50
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Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Useful if you need a one way advance ticket. You may need to be in Heathrow Rewards club as I was emailed this as a member. But membership is free and IIRC you get your membership… Read more

woldranger

​Yeah but they'd eventually wander back from the airport unless you could … ​Yeah but they'd eventually wander back from the airport unless you could knock them out and bundle them into a plane, A-Team style!



​cool story bro

good deal if your travelling from the Paddington area but for those near the Piccadilly line, it's cheaper and quicker to use the Piccadilly line.

You need to buy 3months in Advance to get this price! Also do prefer this to Tube any day as there is no room for luggage on tube and try travelling on pick time in tube with it.
Also not as much crowded mostly because everyone is going to Airport.

Sambat

I know loads of people I would actually buy a one way ticket for......



​Yeah but they'd eventually wander back from the airport unless you could knock them out and bundle them into a plane, A-Team style!

I know loads of people I would actually buy a one way ticket for......
Edited by: "Sambat" 22nd Feb
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Heathrow Express Single £10 - usually £21.50 (Between Paddington and Heathrow)
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Found 3rd Apr 2015Found 3rd Apr 2015
Over easter weekend heathrow express are offering single fares between heathrow and London paddington, or London paddington and heathrow for only £10. Usually £21.50 so not a bad d… Read more

Perfect, thanks!

From the website:

'Save £11.50 travel in Express Saver over the Easter period. This is perfect for the savvy Easter Traveller seeking the fastest way between central London and Heathrow. Book online and get an Express Saver single for £10

Simply enter the code Easter2015 in the promotion code box to book our Easter Treat'

Editor

Hi, is there a promo code for this? Only seeing £21.50 for all dates over Easter. Unless i am looking in the wrong area - Thanks for posting
12% off Heathrow Express online tickets for MasterCard holders by 31/1/15
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Found 8th Oct 2014Found 8th Oct 2014
Saw a voucher to get Heathrow Express tickets at £15, ie nearly 30% off booking in advance in October [see voucher section here], and while checking things saw that MasterCard are … Read more

Original Poster

Though to be fair to Heathrow Airport their website does say
"London Underground's Piccadilly Line provides the most cost-effective rail route between Heathrow Airport and the capital."
heathrowairport.com/tra…und

Personally unless the boss is paying i cannot justify the outrageous cost of the HE, when the tube and regular trains are so much cheaper.

I pity the tourists who think this is the only way into london.

Original Poster

Just found out you MUST use the Priceless MasterCard website to get to the HeathrowExpress website, ie via
https://www.priceless.com/en-gb/london/Heathrow-Express-Discount/offer.html

ie just going to the link on Heathrow Express site is not sufficient.

This site says you can combine the 12% saving with KidsFree code...
http://www.headforpoints.com/2014/03/21/12-off-heathrow-express-promotional-code/

Link to voucher deal here of £15+ when booking online during October 7 days+ in advance
hotukdeals.com/dea…179




Edited by: "mk-donald" 8th Oct 2014
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25% off your festive travel tickets @ Heathrow Express
31°Expired
Found 4th Dec 2011Found 4th Dec 2011
Arrange your festive travel now using the easy booking form on this page – and enjoy 25% off the most relaxing way to get where you need to be. You don’t need a promotional code, … Read more

not working either

Original Poster

I used this 2 days ago and they seem to have now removed this page. Very odd given that it was supposed to last until 31/Dec.

If you'd like to see the branding they previously had: https://www.heathrowexpress.com//images/HEX_Xmas_700x250_7_morestars.swf

I guess they're invoking the "Heathrow Express reserves the right to withdraw this offer at any time." clause :(.

Does not work for me either

does not work

Good offer, but still taking the Crap-a-dilly tube is roughly 1/10th of the cost if you don't mind the extra journey time.
Heathrow Express 25% off (save £48 for a family of 4 / Save £16 for 2 adults) - Airport to Central London in 15 minutes
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Found 19th Jul 2011Found 19th Jul 2011
25% off - click on link - info copied below from webpage Heathrow Express - Comfortable and convenient The fastest way between Heathrow and Central London. Save £16 (for two adu… Read more

nalaknip

Tube takes 75 minutes to King's X and costs around £7. Heathrow Connect … Tube takes 75 minutes to King's X and costs around £7. Heathrow Connect is a good alternative. Heathrow Express is a brilliant quick service into London but is ridiculously expensive but indicative of prices in London. A great welcome to tourists entering the UK for the first time. Rip off Britain!!!25% off though is 25% off!!!


Use an Oyster card and it costs a lot less than £7. Plus, the tube gets you a lot more places than just Paddington.

Heathrow Connect is a much better option than the Express for those who want a nice train to Paddington.

Tube takes 75 minutes to King's X and costs around £7. Heathrow Connect is a good alternative. Heathrow Express is a brilliant quick service into London but is ridiculously expensive but indicative of prices in London. A great welcome to tourists entering the UK for the first time. Rip off Britain!!!
25% off though is 25% off!!!

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carefreeblue

With a young family,taxi would be easier rather than lugging … With a young family,taxi would be easier rather than lugging prams,luggage etc up and down stairs at stations. However, with a child who vomits after a short time with taxi drivers going round corners on two wheels to get there quicker,a train is much better for comfort......in our case. Not particularly cheap or pleasant whatever you do,same as gatwick, hence why many people probably avoid london airports if possible.As for the deal,voted hot as it is a good saving for those who have to use it.



thanks - thats what i was trying to say - if you are using it anyway it seems a good deal - not sure of anyother way to get into central London in 15 minutes.

alanrowell

Regardless of the discount it's still expensive - for two or more people … Regardless of the discount it's still expensive - for two or more people it would be cheaper organising a car service or mini-cab from Heathrow to wherever in London they want to go. Unless it's in the immediate area of Paddington it's likely to be just as quick. And for cheapness there's the Tube which may also be quicker than the HEX plus whatever else you use to get to your final destination.


With a young family,taxi would be easier rather than lugging prams,luggage etc up and down stairs at stations. However, with a child who vomits after a short time with taxi drivers going round corners on two wheels to get there quicker,a train is much better for comfort......in our case. Not particularly cheap or pleasant whatever you do,same as gatwick, hence why many people probably avoid london airports if possible.
As for the deal,voted hot as it is a good saving for those who have to use it.

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alanrowell

Regardless of the discount it's still expensive - for two or more people … Regardless of the discount it's still expensive - for two or more people it would be cheaper organising a car service or mini-cab from Heathrow to wherever in London they want to go. Unless it's in the immediate area of Paddington it's likely to be just as quick. And for cheapness there's the Tube which may also be quicker than the HEX plus whatever else you use to get to your final destination.



i understand what you are saying - but if you need to get there quick this is the best way.

The point of the deal was to get this servoice cheaper - not whether or not it was the best way to get to wherever they wanted to go.

I thought it would help someone who was using the service they offered - so as it was cheaper by a decent amount, i thought it was worth posting.
Half Price Tickets Until 2nd May @ Heathrow Express
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Found 8th Apr 2011Found 8th Apr 2011
half price offer on the heathrow express for the royal wedding £8 each way. offer valid from 8th April until 2nd May

Brilliant saving thanks very first time visting this site! brilliant love it allready!!

Never used Heathrow Express but have some heat for this deal. Very useful for some folks
Heathrow Express Single at £5 instead of £16.50 @ Heathrow Express Website - Christmas Offer saving almost 70%
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Found 20th Dec 2010Found 20th Dec 2010
Travel on Heathrow Express between Central London and Heathrow Airport and the cost of a single fare will cost you just £5, saving you almost 70%. This offer is exclusive to onlin… Read more

Heathrow is closed, inet? What's the point?

Well, Heathrow Express is offering FREE trips back to Paddington today, how hot do you think that deal would get?

Original Poster

Intresting, Groupon £6.50 offer is 400+ Hot, and now the £5 offer from main website is cold...

Original Poster

I have got the same e-mail... no Voucher code at all, asking for refund now.

Groupon have issued a general email today, but it looks like I threw good money after bad at the moment...

From the email:


We have an important update for those of you who purchased the Heathrow Express Groupon. To enjoy this great value offer, please ensure you activate your code TODAY by logging on to heathrowexpress.com . Once your code/s has been activated, you will then have until the 20th of February 2011 to use it/them.



Your voucher for this deal has been emailed to you but due to rising Internet security standards, vouchers are sometimes flagged as spam. If a spam filter has prevented the email from coming through at all, please log on to our website. Once you have signed in to your account using you email and password, please click on the ‘My Orders’ tab in the ‘My Account’ section – you can then retrieve your codes and print the voucher by clicking on the 'Your voucher' link at the end of the line for the relevant voucher.



Once you have your codes, you can redeem the offer by activating the code.



To activate your Heathrow Express Groupon, please follow the simple steps below:

1. Log onto heathrowexpress.com

2. If you have a username and password, please use them to sign in. If not, you will need to create one to redeem this voucher.

3. Click on ‘book your tickets’ and select a direction of travel and date of travel (the direction is important, but the date isn’t)

4. Enter your promotion code

5. Follow the instruction that appears after entering the code, to receive your tickets - Your tickets will be emailed to you upon successful completion of the online booking procedure.

6. Board the train with a printout of the ticket showing the barcode – This ticket will be valid until February 20th 2011; you can travel on any day of your choice within the validity period, it need not be the date selected at the time of purchase which will be on the ticket.
Heathrow Express - free upgrade to first class!
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Found 9th Mar 2010Found 9th Mar 2010
Pre-emptive strike: 1) Yes I know Heathrow Express is a rip off! 2) Yes I know the journey is only 15 minutes 3) No, I don't know what extras you can get with first class. But I … Read more

It seems this offer works for outbound BA travelers only. I was coming to UK and tried to use the offer to buy 2 Heathrow Express return tickets. It seemed to work, but in the end it did not. Paid full rate and no upgrade :x. There was no warnings that it would not work so I felt being tricked.

The service itself was good, but way too expensive and it is bad customer service not to warn that the entered promotion code was not applicable.

For my next visit, I will carefully consider alternatives.

zahidworld;8061310

£15 from Paddington to Heathrow but takes 15 mins.Heathrow Connect takes … £15 from Paddington to Heathrow but takes 15 mins.Heathrow Connect takes 30-45 mins. and is a slow train and frequency is appalling. ( Telling from experience )Plus, both are crap when you get to Heathrow station. You have to walk a lot and get on many escalators which go on forever before you are in the Terminal.Best is Piccadilly line, is of a decent speed and is right next to the Terminal! Much cheaper as well.



Piccadilly Line made me rage the other day when I went to pick up my bf from the airport. Basically he had already arrived and was waiting for me at the station, so I went up the escalator and he told me not to go outside the gates to avoid paying as no point he was coming in. So then I walked around this internal barrier to get to the downward escalator (the staff had erected those barriers similar to when you have queues), and then he demanded that i go outside the gate as I had already travelled to the airport!

Sorry but if you were going to erect a system like this then build the barriers right at the escalator not some fake barrier and a rude staff standing there. He accused me not having a ticket when I told him I had a travelcard, all this for a measley £2.50 extra on my journey. If I raged anymore I would've just run right back down the upwards escalator, backwards!

If someone happened to travel to Terminal 1-3 by accident and needed to get to terminal 4, I bet they will make him get out the gate before letting them go back down to the trains too!

Is it for BA flight ticket holders only? Seems to suggest so, especially with the please enter your flight details bit?

If there are MPs there, I'll take the other one.

mkpaul;8063515

Do the math. I reckon the Heathrow Express speed is well worth the cash. … Do the math. I reckon the Heathrow Express speed is well worth the cash. But if you book online, check your ticket date. I once purchased for 11th September, and got ticket for 9th November.



11/9 9/11

I'm not sure, tempted to say that the mistake might not have been with Heathrow Express...!
2 for 1 on Heathrow Express return tickets between 11 and 16 Feb
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Found 5th Feb 2010Found 5th Feb 2010
2 return express class tickets for 32 GBP instead of 64. Personally, I prefer the Piccaddily line though it takes ages to reach saves me quite some money too. But this should be … Read more

aturner;7761318

If you go by Southern Trains and book in advance you can go for £3.00



Hey thats a good deal, I'll check it out. I don't use the HEX as it is overpriced and I usually head to Belsize Park so Picadilly to Kings Cross then one change to the Northern Line works for me. But voting hot as it is a good saving.

If you go by Southern Trains and book in advance you can go for £3.00

Original Poster

OperateOnMe;7761107

Heathrow Express is still faster than the underground! so this is a good … Heathrow Express is still faster than the underground! so this is a good offer if you use this service.Taking the bus is the CHEAPEST paying option



I'd say the tube is a good trade-off between getting there reasonably quickly versus how much you pay. Can't say the same for the bus, it would be a nightmare for me to get to Heathrow by bus from East London...the tube takes me there in about 1 hour 45 mins including interchanges.

As I said, I posted this so if anyone does use Heathrow Express they have a fair bit to save!

Greg.

Heathrow Express is still faster than the underground! so this is a good offer if you use this service.

Taking the bus is the CHEAPEST paying option

Did you know if you travel intercity into London and get one of those credit-card style paper tickets. It allows you to transfer between London termini for FREE!

Just use the same ticket to enter the underground to another rail terminus. Although please note, if your destination does not have a mainline rail terminus (i.e. you go to Oxford Circus that has no mainline services) you will be charged with a maximum fair. Majority of LU staff are happy with this as long as you go to another terminus, but some LU staff, say you can only do this if you are taking a mainline train from your destination... just say you'll buy a ticket at the station to go to xxxx as you have not been lucky enough to get a cheaper advance ticket.
Heathrow Express - Free upgrade to First Class (free kids travel too)
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Found 27th Aug 2009Found 27th Aug 2009
Not sure many people will get a great deal of benefit from this given that it expires on 31st August but I needed a Heathrow express ticket for this evening & found this deal. … Read more

Thanks Weezerboy, that description of the 1st class benefits during a 15 minute journey was hilarious.

Black knight. I often have to travel across the country to Gatwick to get a very early flight. I once got a later afternoon flight and used Anglia Rail and the Tube - it was particularly horrendous as you have all your luggage with you while face to armpit with other passengers and trying to calculate the route. On the trains that have luggage space you are generally out of sight of it. while it's open to anyone.. It' s also so expensive. I always now use the diabolical National Express coach service - at least that way I get a few minutes sleep trying to lie across 2 seats with my seatbelt on during the 2:00-7:00 run through the night getting to Gatwick *very* slowly... Not having to worry about connecting trains.

Haven't dared look at their site since they were nationalised..

Depending on the time you go it is not crowded on the tube though.

Anything much before 8:00am and it's empty! The journey time from Kings Cross to Heathrow T3 is about 45 minutes. Likewise before 4:30pm and you're fine. All depends when your train is but remember you are travelling out of central London so in the morning most people are travelling in so the trains get emptier every stop. The evening is slightly different of course!

Factor in the tube to Paddington, walk to the Heathrow Express, collect your ticket and then waiting for the train and I reckon the whole thing is comparable to just staying on the tube.

MKultra;6140927

What is the benefit of 1st class? Isn't this about a 30 minute journey?


15 minutes from Heathrow Terminal 1, 2 and 3. The benefits as stated from the Heathrow Express website:

"With quicker, easier access to the terminals, plus more leg room, uninterrupted mobile coverage/Internet Wi-Fi and complimentary papers, First Class makes perfect sense.

First Class accommodation stops by the station exits, guaranteeing you quicker and easier access to the terminals.
You can hang your coat, sink into an extra-large seat, and enjoy the extra leg-room. Then, the choice is yours. Either settle down with complimentary copies of the FT, magazines, or use the extendible tables to catch up on some work, and with Onboard TV, Internet Wi-Fi access and uninterrupted mobile coverage, even in tunnels you won't waste a moment."

What is the benefit of 1st class? Isn't this about a 30 minute journey?

Waaay overpriced. And normal seating is normally easily available as all passengers are effectively people going to Heathrow for a specific flight.

Not voted hot or cold as it's a freebie and I'm curious as the the 1st class benefits!

Most expensive railway line in the world isnt it?

2nd class is pretty nice too.
1st class for all of 20 minutes.
Not sure it's worth paying more for. So this deal is okay.

More comfortable than the crowded tube journey. (peak times are cattle trains)
But depending on where your ultimate destination is.
(Most people dont end up staying in Paddington)
the tube could be just as quick and definitely cheaper.

If there are 4 of you then at off peak times its cheaper by taxi.
Heathrow Express with 15% discount
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Found 29th May 2009Found 29th May 2009
To celebrate the launch of Hard Rock Calling 2009, Hard Rock Cafe and Heathrow Express have team up to provide you the best transport links into London when you visit. Heathrow Ex… Read more

evapor8;5363723

Shame I didn't get a code for the Gatwick Express, as I use that much … Shame I didn't get a code for the Gatwick Express, as I use that much more.Ah well .... it was worth a try!Chris



You can save 10% on the Gatwick Express if you book through easyjet:

gatwickexpress.com/eas…asp

Original Poster

Shame I didn't get a code for the Gatwick Express, as I use that much more.

Ah well .... it was worth a try!

Chris

cant be used in conjunction with railcard discounts online, so limited ...

whilst the deal may be good in relative terms - how can a 15minute train journey ever be worth a discounted £27! Standard price for a family of 4 is £49.40. No wonder there are so many taxi's on the M4.
Visitors to London are ripped off big style - we are lucky so many come - I wonder how many come back?

Original Poster

Might be of use to someone. You don't often get codes on the Expresses any more.

Chris
Get First Class Heathrow express tickets for the price of Standard.
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Found 15th Jul 2008Found 15th Jul 2008
You need to book it online via www.heathrowexpress.com/virgin It's a Virgin Atlantic offer. (It is for Virgin Online check-in passengers.) It is cheaper (not first class though) … Read more

thankshotdeals;2532956

heathrow connect only takes 10 minutes longer and is c£6



Thanks for the info - will come in use soon I hope!

heathrow connect only takes 10 minutes longer and is c£6