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Travel anywhere on a Tuesday or Wednesday for £10 with National Express
Travel anywhere on a Tuesday or Wednesday for £10 with National Express

Travel anywhere on a Tuesday or Wednesday for £10 with National Express

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OK. So ever since O2 removed Giff Gaff & Tesco customers from Moments i was determined still to find a way of getting the £10 coach trips.

Follow the link will take you to the Landing sight for O2 Moments with National express. You can search the for prices of travel.

Once you are happy with the £10 price, follow link in next post to get for £10.

So for the mathematically challenged £20 return!

47 Comments

Good stuff

Original Poster

The Link! - Register HERE

This isn't an affiliate link! Despite Affiliate appearing quite a few times. I did follow it through HUKD though
Edited by: "allsaint23" 27th Feb 2012

Great stuff! got open/return ticket from Lincoln to Frankfurt for 14 quid !!

nongold

Great stuff! got open/return ticket from Lincoln to Frankfurt for 14 quid … Great stuff! got open/return ticket from Lincoln to Frankfurt for 14 quid !!



I'm not convinced that is actually an open return. I know the search options suggest it is, but the £10 fare doesn't mention anything about it being a return - and it clearly wouldn't come under this promotion.

Ive just got a blue screen of death
Edited by: "leeparsons" 27th Feb 2012

Oh i just work it out. They dont provide service from those places. So I got to walk to plymouth befoer it go any where then. lmao

Good spot, I found a £20 return that would normally cost at least double that...
...only problem is the time it takes...pretty much double the time it takes on the train

I've put an open return to Paris which shows as £20 for 2 people surely this can't be right

Good deal for old or unemployed people i guess

great stuff paris for a tenner haha

Thanks

do you have to be an 02 customer

cheapest i could find was £36 each way on tue or wed
cold!

£10 to it on a coach for 7 hours, Bargin!

nice one...

dislike the £8 booking fee tho

Nice, Amsterdam works for a tenner too. Can't find anywhere else that works abroad though.

sleepingwonder

Good deal for old or unemployed people i guess


What about Students, they need all the help than can get.

Offer fares are one way and are non-amendable and non-refundable

£10 to sit on a bus of smelly people and be cramped for several hours... Hmmmmm no thanks!!

jonnypb

£10 to sit on a bus of smelly people and be cramped for several hours... … £10 to sit on a bus of smelly people and be cramped for several hours... Hmmmmm no thanks!!



It's a coach not a bus. When was the last time you sat on one? Not only is there more room than a general train seat but the seats are also of better quality.
So not sure what you are comparing this to unless you want to drive yourself!

Of course many journeys will take longer than a train though but sometimes not much longer and it's overshadowed by the huge cost difference.
Edited by: "OFI" 27th Feb 2012

Paris £28 open return for 2 people....not bad!!!

robert-e-leeFeb 27, 2012
Offer fares are one way and are non-amendable and non-refundable


When you search for the fare u get option of return trip, once this is selected it then supplies the price of £10

foleyfoley

I've put an open return to Paris which shows as £20 for 2 people surely … I've put an open return to Paris which shows as £20 for 2 people surely this can't be right


Fancy going on a coach trip? We might even get Breden as our guide.

I have used this twice to travel within the UK for £10 open return and I can confirm that it works. Not sure about trips to Europe though.

thanks

Just booked from Coventry - Heathrow for 4 of us return £89 bargain !

Used Megabus last time, then National Express from Victoria to Heathrow... but this offer beats that price !

least your guarenteed a seat with this too unlike with our railways!Did London on a similar deal last year with a cheap travellodge.No congestion charges,no long drive,people were generally better behaved than drunks you get on trains just dont sit near the toilets

Their website is a little confusing. Let's say you search for Amsterdam open return, you are then presented with a page to select your outward bound journey which costs £10. It has an open return/same day return price of £109 in the right hand box. It does state that you ring up to arrange a return bus once you have decided which one you want. I don't believe that you'll be entitled to travel on the return coach unless you choose the option for £109. Would have to ring the company and see, but pretty sure £10 will only get you one way. Wouldn't want to risk it and get stuck there!

P.S. Tried to choose a single journey for Amsterdam back to the UK, but Amsterdam is not recognised. I'm guessing you must select a UK town/city as departure place.

Edited by: "bigjulezy" 27th Feb 2012

If you can spare a bit more time, National Express are generally excellent value (unlike the trains). As a comparison, a journey booked a week before travelling from Norwich to London cost me £12 one way (I think this is the most I have ever paid) vs £43 one way on the train - both journeys took three hours (due to weekend rail works).

Hot from me.

OFI

It's a coach not a bus. When was the last time you sat on one? Not only … It's a coach not a bus. When was the last time you sat on one? Not only is there more room than a general train seat but the seats are also of better quality.So not sure what you are comparing this to unless you want to drive yourself!Of course many journeys will take longer than a train though but sometimes not much longer and it's overshadowed by the huge cost difference.



I can't say I've ever been on a National Express coach with more legroom than a train. The Greyhound is certainly better than a train, but I'm yet to be convinced on National Express. Though at £10, I really couldn't care less!

it depends where you live i guess i live in leeds and theres a service to london every hour ba 1 stop or 2 at the max its a great service if you dont mind being on the coach for a extra 1-2 hours ...i would rather do that and save at least 80 pound ... leeds london return on the train is 80 pound plus unless u can get obcene times then its 50 return ...coach from leeds to london 20 pound return ..

most of the coaches have been updated now the ones ive been on recently all have had black leather seats great air conditioning


just 1 problem .....THE DRIVERS !!!

Only 1 stop in my area and it only operates for 1 day per year, not really a good deal for a return ticket,
work that one out

OFI

It's a coach not a bus. When was the last time you sat on one? Not only … It's a coach not a bus. When was the last time you sat on one? Not only is there more room than a general train seat but the seats are also of better quality.So not sure what you are comparing this to unless you want to drive yourself!Of course many journeys will take longer than a train though but sometimes not much longer and it's overshadowed by the huge cost difference.



You obviously haven't sat on a virgin train recently as you will find that you have more room. Plus you can get up and have a good stroll. I'd rather pay the extra for a train and get there in a decent time.

jonnypb

You obviously haven't sat on a virgin train recently as you will find … You obviously haven't sat on a virgin train recently as you will find that you have more room. Plus you can get up and have a good stroll. I'd rather pay the extra for a train and get there in a decent time.




rich man
gritsucker

Only 1 stop in my area and it only operates for 1 day per year, not … Only 1 stop in my area and it only operates for 1 day per year, not really a good deal for a return ticket,work that one out




where the hell do u live ??

andileeds

rich manwhere the hell do u live ??



po30 area

nice

Not been on one for years.......are they still like mobile asylums?

JMC39

If you can spare a bit more time, National Express are generally … If you can spare a bit more time, National Express are generally excellent value (unlike the trains).



It depends on the journey, sometimes National Express is more expensive than the train, even on routes where there are direct services and you'd think the coach would be cheaper.

Has anyone bought a £10 ticket to Europe on an open return? Someone says it worked in the UK, but I'd really rather not be stranded somewhere like Amsterdam where I'd have to spend almost £100 on a walk-up fare to get home!
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