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National Express 40% Off Code for £1.40 (Using code) at Groupon (Valid for UK Return fares)
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National Express 40% Off Code for £1.40 (Using code) at Groupon (Valid for UK Return fares)

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Posted 7th Dec 2019

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Good offer and now available for cheaper if you are a new customer. Please refer to the text in bold below for the exclusions of the voucher code. If you are a new customer, you will need to generate your own 30% off voucher code here. Existing customers should apply the code NAUGHTY for a 20% discount.


Valid for standard single or return fare. Not valid for online **Restricted** fares or travel on Airport Routes or any other promotional fares, or in conjunction with a National Express Coachcard. Must be booked by 29 Feb 2020 and at least 1 day in advance of outbound travel. Offer is available on all days of the week and all departure times, but subject to availability and the excluded dates - the extended Christmas/New Year peak between 14 Dec 2019 - 3 Jan 2020 (both dates included). Not valid on airport routes, festivals and events or European services, any journey operated by a third party coach or bus company, or where accommodation, admission or ferry travel is included within the fare.
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14 Comments
So I could use this to book a coach in may correct?
Thanks for sharing OP
Not valid on airport routes..
Which are exactly the routes you want a discount on.
The city to city routes can be had for £5 funfares with careful planning.
duke07/12/2019 09:00

Not valid on airport routes..Which are exactly the routes you want a …Not valid on airport routes..Which are exactly the routes you want a discount on.The city to city routes can be had for £5 funfares with careful planning.



I've booked before on Easybus London Airport Transfers (to Gatwick) to find that the journey and return was actually on National Express. Worth checking on perhaps?

easybus.com/en/
Not good
I booked on easybus a few days ago for a one way from Luton airport to Golders green in London for £1.99 traveling with national express, think going through easybus is the best way to get them cheaper from airports, and paid around £2 going the opposite direction in September
duke07/12/2019 09:00

Not valid on airport routes..Which are exactly the routes you want a …Not valid on airport routes..Which are exactly the routes you want a discount on.The city to city routes can be had for £5 funfares with careful planning.


Look at the calling points then book the cheap fare to the next to last stop then book separate the one to the airport. Other thing is go via London (if it’s a London airport) then get a cheap airport fare from there
duke07/12/2019 09:00

Not valid on airport routes..Which are exactly the routes you want a …Not valid on airport routes..Which are exactly the routes you want a discount on.The city to city routes can be had for £5 funfares with careful planning.


Exactly. Damn not a good deal for me then
ozodimal07/12/2019 09:14

I've booked before on Easybus London Airport Transfers (to Gatwick) to …I've booked before on Easybus London Airport Transfers (to Gatwick) to find that the journey and return was actually on National Express. Worth checking on perhaps?https://www.easybus.com/en/


Used them before some times cheaper than chips £2
There is a way to travel to the airport's cheaper,as others have suggested.
For the London airports,use Victoria station as a hub.
A cheap fare from your town to there,and then easy bus to the airport.
But Victoria is a nasty place to transfer with luggage,so for our trip to Gatwick next May we will stump up the train fare.
For us its a simple transfer at Cambridge station to Thameslink (If they decide to run!)
Each time I drive there it's expensive to park,or its left with off-site operators,which usually means I have to get breakdown rescue out,as they have meddled with it!
No thanks.
I guess no route to heathrow with easybus
Which code is used from groupon for nations express? It's only given me a barcode and 2 different codes
Bluelight card holders can get £18 return on selected routes as well
nahblud07/12/2019 15:59

Which code is used from groupon for nations express? It's only given me a …Which code is used from groupon for nations express? It's only given me a barcode and 2 different codes


Any answers will be appreciated ....
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