Leeds to London Via Train, Christmas, New Year, £14.60 each way with the Trainline
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Leeds to London Via Train, Christmas, New Year, £14.60 each way with the Trainline

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Found 26th Oct 2013
Leeds to London Kings Cross over the Christmas and New Year period via train for only £14.60 each way. Many dates and times available. I thought this was quite good considering its the busy Christmas time. Found on the Trainline website. £29.20 altogether, and much quicker than the Megabus.

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Chances are, you get the same prices on the East Coast web site - but without having pay a booking fee.

eastcoast.co.uk/

Trainline charges whopping fees

Train operating companies charge no fees at all (not even postage, except express for late bookings)

deanolufc

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Love it!

Quadrille

Chances are, you get the same prices on the East Coast web site - but … Chances are, you get the same prices on the East Coast web site - but without having pay a booking fee.http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/Trainline charges whopping feesTrain operating companies charge no fees at all (not even postage, except express for late bookings)



Or Redspotted hanky who don't charge booking fees & earn cashback from tcb

Poor value - only £13 each way if you book direct with East Coast. That's a saving of £1.60 straight off. And another £1.50 saved by avoiding the Trainline booking fee.

Trainline - about the most expensive way to book rail tickets online.

Newbold

about the most expensive way to book rail tickets online.



No about about it!

Where's the deal in this? It's this price all time??

Do you need a passport?

footiechic05

Where's the deal in this? It's this price all time??


Only if you book with The Trainline - it's cheaper everywhere else!

Cold, Cold, Cold.

Its cheaper to book with eastcoast & some of the other train operators. East coast also have a great rewards program.

Thetraine.com used to be the only place to buy train tickets online. Nowadays all of the train companies sell them and most dont charge credit card or booking fees.

Quadrille

Chances are, you get the same prices on the East Coast web site - but … Chances are, you get the same prices on the East Coast web site - but without having pay a booking fee.http://www.eastcoast.co.uk/Trainline charges whopping feesTrain operating companies charge no fees at all (not even postage, except express for late bookings)



East Coast charge £1 for ticket delivery, though you can print at home or collect at a station for free

sonypc100

East Coast charge £1 for ticket delivery, though you can print at home or … East Coast charge £1 for ticket delivery, though you can print at home or collect at a station for free



Apologies; didn't realise that; most Train Companies don't - and I'm pretty sure none charge commission / booking fee (but Cross Country try to charge for WiFi, so they might)

Any specific dates you can give? Just spent 20 mins and failed to find anything remotely cheap

eddibabyyeah

Cold, Cold, Cold. Its cheaper to book with eastcoast & some of the other … Cold, Cold, Cold. Its cheaper to book with eastcoast & some of the other train operators. East coast also have a great rewards program.Thetraine.com used to be the only place to buy train tickets online. Nowadays all of the train companies sell them and most dont charge credit card or booking fees.



I think it was National Rail That used to be the only place

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nordberg

Any specific dates you can give? Just spent 20 mins and failed to find … Any specific dates you can give? Just spent 20 mins and failed to find anything remotely cheap



I didnt check every date, but I started lookin from the 21st dec until after the new year. It was this price before the 21st dec too
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