Trainline - Virgin Trains - Euston > Liverpool First Class £30 Glitch? Saving around £205 + upto 3.53% tcb
53°Expired

Trainline - Virgin Trains - Euston > Liverpool First Class £30 Glitch? Saving around £205 + upto 3.53% tcb

8
Found 25th May 2012
Booking a train from Colchester to Liverpool for tomorrow and noticed the Virgin trains first class singles are only 30 quid. Specific deal but could come in handy to a few people, they have a few times to travel at that price as well.

** 30 % Cheaper as booked with 18-25 rail card
Community Updates

Groups

8 Comments
Not a glitch - just a very good price. You can often get these sort of prices (Euston to Manchester anyway) as long as you're not on a popular train. Amazingly 1st is sometimes cheaper than standard (also often happens with cross country trains)
plebear

Not a glitch - just a very good price. You can often get these sort of … Not a glitch - just a very good price. You can often get these sort of prices (Euston to Manchester anyway) as long as you're not on a popular train. Amazingly 1st is sometimes cheaper than standard (also often happens with cross country trains)



Yeah I just looked on virgin trains apparently its up to £15 to upgrade to first at weekends.. Just a shame virgins booking page is a little hard to navigate with a rail card
Why use Trainline? The same seats are much cheaper elsewhere without all the Trainline added costs.
Newbold

Why use Trainline? The same seats are much cheaper elsewhere without all … Why use Trainline? The same seats are much cheaper elsewhere without all the Trainline added costs.



Please tell me where ?
999kernow

Please tell me where ?



I always use redspottedhanky, there's no booking charge, you earn loyalty points which you can redeem towards your next ticket plus there are fairly frequently free £10 offers on.
Trainline is just easy, I've had emails from them prompting me to get a refund for tickets I never picked up as I thought they were non-refundable.. Although the perks of company suggested sound good if correct
Edited by: "calday10" 27th May 2012
calday10

Trainline is just easy, I've had emails from them prompting me to get a … Trainline is just easy, I've had emails from them prompting me to get a refund for tickets I never picked up as I thought they were non-refundable.. Although the perks of company suggested sound good if correct



I forgot to mention, you can also double up your Tesco clubcard vouchers for redspottedhanky vouchers. It used to be 3x but they lowered it

http://www.redspottedhanky.com/
^^ I've spend over £1,000 on train tickets and never had a problem.
I use http://www.southernrailway.com/

Same excellent website engine as red spotted hanky, no extra fees whatsoever and a massive 6% cashback (Quidco and TCB) - the hanky loyalty scheme effectively works out at 1% as £1 spent gives you a loyalty point worth 1p - pretty poor if you ask me... Plus Southern have a full money back guarantee on unused tickets!
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text