Megabus sleeper service £5.50 tue-thurs @ Megabus (includes booking fee)
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Megabus sleeper service £5.50 tue-thurs @ Megabus (includes booking fee)

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Found 3rd Mar 2015
I haven't seen this posted, and unfortunately it runs out on the 31st March! But I just got a bus from aberdeen to London for £5... And a connecting one from London to Cardiff for £5. Not bad! I appreciate it isn't for everyone... But for budget savvy kids like me it's a winner!

Terms and conditions as follows

1. Valid for travel on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday only, between 27th January and 31st March 2015.

2. Deal excludes 17th, 18th and 19th of February 2015.

3. Seats are subject to availability.

4. You must be aged 16 years or older to purchase tickets from megabusGold.com.

5. Children 3 and under are unable to travel on our sleeper service.

6. megabusGold.com reserve the right to refuse passengers travel.

7. Normal conditions of carriage apply.

- See more at: megabusgold.com/Sit…cs/

19 Comments

Original Poster

I should add before someone says... 50p booking fee to add on too. But £5.50 still won't break the piggy bank

Thank you to whomever edited my post!
Edited by: "Nat_urally" 3rd Mar 2015

Wow! Can't really beat that! Hot!

Original Poster

ScarletPimpernel

Wow! Can't really beat that! Hot!


Not bad eh? I was keeping an eye on flight prices... This beats that hands down! (For price and not having to board a flying tin can I'll cry in for an hour and a half! Haha)

Not for me but a cracking deal nonetheless.

Original Poster

paully

Not for me but a cracking deal nonetheless.



I'd usually say no to sleeper buses too to be honest! But I have to make it down there, and apparently "my meagre salary doesn't support frivolous, unnecessary trips to family weddings, hundreds of miles away from anywhere neither bride or groom have ever set foot" isn't a viable excuse. Who'd have thunk it!

Great value. Are the sleeper Megabuses any less of a zoo than the normal ones?

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Ross81

Great value. Are the sleeper Megabuses any less of a zoo than the normal … Great value. Are the sleeper Megabuses any less of a zoo than the normal ones?



Haha. This will be my first time in one, so I can't help there... Yet! Perhaps someone else can help for now. Free refreshments though... Can't be TOO bad!

What's the difference between this gold version and the normal one?

If "Seats are subject to availability" and you arrive too late are you expected to stand up or sleep in the aisle ?

Original Poster

Thoughtful

If "Seats are subject to availability" and you arrive too late are you … If "Seats are subject to availability" and you arrive too late are you expected to stand up or sleep in the aisle ?



Oh no no, if they run out of seats they'll be unavailable online. I've been getting Megabus for years. They never run out of seats for booked passengers.

Original Poster

vmistery

What's the difference between this gold version and the normal one?



It's ontheir website... But from memory.. Free refreshments, comfort seats, more room etc etc. i can't remeber precisely. But for the sleeper service, overnight the gold service gets you a bed, whereas with the standard overnight service its just a normal bus seat! Uncomfy!

Nat_urally

Oh no no, if they run out of seats they'll be unavailable online. I've … Oh no no, if they run out of seats they'll be unavailable online. I've been getting Megabus for years. They never run out of seats for booked passengers.


LOL it was supposed to be tongue in cheek Nat !

Original Poster

Thoughtful

LOL it was supposed to be tongue in cheek Nat !


Haha oh I see! I retract my serious statement then... In its place, please read "hahaha!"
You never know on this site!

They look FAB... I'd go just for the experience of the bus..!

I used Megabus once and will never use again. Used them to go to the Paralympics. Got on at Meadowhall at 4am, ppl asleep over both seats, wouldn't move to let you sit down. My party of 5 ended up sitting in all random seats up and down the bus. Coming home we were early and waited for the next one to come home. We were the only ppl there when we got there. By the time the bus arrived ppl were like radid dogs pushing and shoving to get to the front. Wouldn't let us on as my sis has mistakenly printed off the out journey twice. Made us wait till everyone else had got on then after she had walked the length of the bus station to get confirmation that we had booked to go back, 3 of our party sat downstairs all apart from each other (as they were 72, 64, and a disabled 37 yr old. Me and my hubby got a seat together upstairs only to find that the reason it was empty was the fact there was a screaming kid that screamed for 7 hrs!!! The bus driver got off the M1 at Birmingham and randomly parked up on an industrial estate in the middle of nowhere in pitch darkness to change drivers. The whole experience was a nitemare from beginning to end. It's a good deal for ppl who want this sort of thing, but give me a train with a reserved seat any day of the week

If i was homeless I'd be using this a lot

thanks op off to Edinburgh on the 31st from London then drop down to do the Pennine way. 268 miles of hiking!omg

Original Poster

ciarandanielbyrne1

thanks op off to Edinburgh on the 31st from London then drop down to do … thanks op off to Edinburgh on the 31st from London then drop down to do the Pennine way. 268 miles of hiking!omg



oh wow! good luck! rather you than me.

the record is 2 days 17 hours twenty minutes and a few seconds average speed is 4.12 miles per hour

I might have a go i, wondering if 4.12 miles an hour is fast walking pace?
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