50% Off Rail Fares for 16 - 17 year olds from 20/08/19

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Posted 14th Aug 2019
50% off rail fares for you!
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If you’re aged 16 or 17, you can now enjoy 50% off standard Anytime, Off-Peak, Advance and Season tickets, helping you save money on trips into town, days out to the coast, travel to college or weekend festivals – as many times as you like.

A 16-17 Saver is just £30 and is valid for one year or until your 18th birthday, whichever comes first.

Download your 16-17 Saver to your phone with the Railcard app or keep your 16-17 Saver in your wallet to get half price tickets across the National Rail network (excluding travel on ScotRail and Caledonian Sleeper services).

The 16-17 Saver will be on sale from 20 August 2019.


Eligiblity is simple


If you’re aged 16 and 17, you’re eligible!

The 16-17 Saver is valid for one year or until your 18th birthday, whichever comes first.

If you buy a Season ticket before your 16-17 Saver expires, you can keep using the season ticket for up to four months after the expiry. The two expiry dates are shown on your 16-17 Saver.

You can buy your 16-17 Saver from 20 August 2019. You'll need to have the following when you apply:

Evidence of age - a valid UK driving licence, passport or national ID card

A good quality digital passport-style photo of you

Debit or credit card for payment


If you don't have any of the above forms of ID, you can upload a scan of your birth certificate or a Government-approved PASS card instead. Please note that applications using these forms of ID will take a little longer to process.

If you experience any issues during your online application, you can call our customer support team on 0345 301 1656 for help. We're available from 7am to 10pm every day of the year (except Christmas day).
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Or use your bus pass and use it on trains to get child ticket. It works as valid id
Misslovely14/08/2019 11:57

Or use your bus pass and use it on trains to get child ticket. It works as …Or use your bus pass and use it on trains to get child ticket. It works as valid id


No it doesn’t, your lucky if they let you as this is not a form of ID. And being aged 16-17 is the same fare as an 18 year old so this is a good deal for that age, only 5-15 qualify for a child’s ticket on UK Trains.
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