Trips to London from Various UK Locations from £2 at Megabus +  50p booking fee
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Trips to London from Various UK Locations from £2 at Megabus + 50p booking fee

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Found 19th Jan 2015
Megabus tickets for megabus trips. Various destinations e.g swansea to london return is £3. Bargain!

Lots of cheap seats available, but there is a 50p booking fee.

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Good price voted hot
although for my regular purchase 8 weeks in advance ticket at £9.50 each way I.m happy to take the train
Edited by: "whatyadoinsucka" 19th Jan 2015

Only if you want to travel at stupid times

Cheers

Takes forever ..never again lol

If you find anything suitable then don't forget you can double the value of your Tesco Clubcard points for use with Megabus, ie £5 of points gives £10 voucher.
Takes about 1/2 hour for the code to come through so a chance that the seats could go in the meantime but may be worth the risk.

im waiting for south west trains return ticket for £10, last year they sell it between 18.01 and 23.02

I'd pay that, in fact I'd pay ten times that, NOT to go to the dump called London!

The extra mph they drive at are free.

Phila4

I'd pay that, in fact I'd pay ten times that, NOT to go to the dump … I'd pay that, in fact I'd pay ten times that, NOT to go to the dump called London!



how on earth could you call London a dump?! it is constantly ranked as one of the best/cleanest cities in the world with a ridiculous amount of great attractions for visitors

Haha benlondon London is continuously ranked one of the DIRTIEST cities in the world.

Wicked deal, now it is cheaper to travel into London, than in London oO X)

Great deal if you can spare the three weeks that any Megabus journey takes

benlondon

how on earth could you call London a dump?! it is constantly ranked as … how on earth could you call London a dump?! it is constantly ranked as one of the best/cleanest cities in the world with a ridiculous amount of great attractions for visitors




Sorry, my opinion. Your name clearly indicates you're a city boy and so it's natural to be protective of where you live. But the majority of the population that don't live in London have a different view.

I've had to go to London many times with work and I've always loathed and dreaded every visit. Yes most of the tourist attractions are relatively clean (as you would expect - they're tourist areas and largely very small), but the rest is an utter dump and filthy everywhere - Too many people, too busy, everybody rushing to get where they're going, smelling some very unpleasant smells especially on the tube, crime, having to constantly check your pockets are not being picked and your phone hasn't been stolen, people speaking everything but English in many areas and, quite frankly, it feels like a foreign country.

I've been to quite a few major cities across the world and it would be fair to say many large cities are the same (to an extent), but this deal relates to London so that is what I'm commenting on and, in my opinion, it is the dirtiest and most dreary major city I've ever been to.

I mean no offence, I'm just giving my opinion. And having thought about it more now, I'd gladly pay 100 times this NOT to go to London!!

I also hate East Enders.

benlondon

how on earth could you call London a dump?! it is constantly ranked as … how on earth could you call London a dump?! it is constantly ranked as one of the best/cleanest cities in the world with a ridiculous amount of great attractions for visitors



Haters are just going to hate, no matter what you say to them. London is basically the only place that qualifies as a proper big city in the UK. All other places are not in the same class at all.

Phila4 that is true of any city. Any city will have clean and dirty parts. London has many non tourist areas which are clean and pleasant. I agree its very rushed and people have less time for one another, how you feel about that is subjective.

aclondon

Wicked deal, now it is cheaper to travel into London, than in London oOX)



So true. Cheaper than my daily commute on the bus to and from work.

Spookirules

Only if you want to travel at stupid times



How is it different to catching a flight at stupid times to go on holiday to save a few quid? Not looked at the times myself here but surely stupid times will mean less traffic on the roads too?

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Phila4

Sorry, my opinion. Your name clearly indicates you're a city boy and so … Sorry, my opinion. Your name clearly indicates you're a city boy and so it's natural to be protective of where you live. But the majority of the population that don't live in London have a different view.I've had to go to London many times with work and I've always loathed and dreaded every visit. Yes most of the tourist attractions are relatively clean (as you would expect - they're tourist areas and largely very small), but the rest is an utter dump and filthy everywhere - Too many people, too busy, everybody rushing to get where they're going, smelling some very unpleasant smells especially on the tube, crime, having to constantly check your pockets are not being picked and your phone hasn't been stolen, people speaking everything but English in many areas and, quite frankly, it feels like a foreign country.I've been to quite a few major cities across the world and it would be fair to say many large cities are the same (to an extent), but this deal relates to London so that is what I'm commenting on and, in my opinion, it is the dirtiest and most dreary major city I've ever been to.I mean no offence, I'm just giving my opinion. And having thought about it more now, I'd gladly pay 100 times this NOT to go to London!!



Little bit ridiculous. You obviously haven't seen much of it as there are plenty of nice, clean areas. I'm from outside of London and most of the places I've lived in London are much cleaner, more pleasant and less dreary than places I've lived elsewhere around the UK. As for the foreigners thing, maybe vote ukip then if that's how you think about other nationalities.

I don't live in London, but I do visit for business quite often. Like a lot of people I find it rather crowded, the hotels and restaurants are a rip-off, and everyone seems to be in a rush. However there's no doubting it is one of the best cities in the world. Also remember that the UK is probably still in recession if you remove the economic boost that London delivers.

http://www.itv.com/news/london/2014-05-20/london-tops-best-city-in-the-world-list/

Note that London is the only UK city to make the list, and is quite rightly Number 1. Not sure how unbiased it is. How on Earth did Mexico City end up on the list?

Banned

benlondon

how on earth could you call London a dump?! it is constantly ranked as … how on earth could you call London a dump?! it is constantly ranked as one of the best/cleanest cities in the world with a ridiculous amount of great attractions for visitors



LMFAO the air pollution ALONE is WAY off the chart (illegal under EU air quality rules - and I LIKE these particular EU rules - no pun intended!) The same traffic that generates that air pollution, also generates massive NOISE pollution. The same people that generate the traffic, attracted to the place like flies to sh**, generate loads of rubbish. Which if they're not paying Council Tax, means services get cut, etc etc. Whilst cyclists, who're some of the only people with the balls and vision to do something about it, get killed and sha* on daily. Might is right, see? The whole city is based upon the predatory City of London and predatory Duke of Westminster (owning most of Central London and charging extra rent as I understand it - just because he can, not for providing any kind of service). Sh*t trickles down. That must be the 'Trickle-Down Effect' of Capitalism. Stress is passed down, as people submit to the might-is-right paradigm at each level of society.
Then they wonder why there were riots in August 2011 (including in my area)...

VERY ANTISOCIAL PLACE, IS LONDON.
What, you live next to Hyde Park or something, and think otherwise? Dream on...
Air quality is in fact worst around Kensington and Chelsea, apart from if you're up a tree or hiding in a bush. Whilst one won't get arrested for genuine anti-social behaviour like dangerous driving or fly-tipping, or alcohol abuse, or blocking literally 1000 people for an extra fifteen minutes (that's 250 human-HOURS' total delay) because of selfish, lazy parking at rush hour... Yet one will quickly get arrested for acting 'weird' around a park, or anywhere else that's not in the ghetto. Alerted by London's paranoid inhabitants, whose herd mentality is so tweaked, it makes speed-freaks look chilled-out!
Whilst the cops have money/time/resources to bash in the door of a cannabis farm for the lying politicians, but never to come on time when one rings them about something serious. And it's never their fault, they're just following orders... same as EVERYONE in London is following (their salary-payer's) orders like a good little money-slave-robot. Including some of the direst customer service that makes the aforementioned 'ridiculous amount of great attractions for visitors' sour considerably.
When I was in Rome, some random woman working the tourist office flirted with me and I was amazed (I've lived in London too long, obviously). London, you have to pay £100 per hour for someone to be friendly and smile. It's full of immigrants who don't come here for the weather (which isn't that bad, by UK standards - when you aren't choking on the pollution). They come here for the money. Money-first = society LAST. Thus, logically, statistically, an immigrant = anti-social, at least compared to someone who isn't all about the money and desperate, too (lowering of the overall work-life standards, ignorance of labour laws etc). But that's normal. It's how it is, without prejudice. I don't make the rules or the reality.
Incidentally, the number of times I've seen liars accuse non-racists of racism in my time in London, is a topic for another conversation!

Blimey... All this debate on a mega bus deal?! ...

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The price is what is being shared here. Does it matter where the location is and weather or not the city is clean or dirty.
This is travel to london not a weeks stay there.
We all have opinions but can we keep personal opinions about london out of here and focus on the megabus prices.
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