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    Hello

    Can anyone please recommend any websites that do best fare saver deals?

    Two adults and one child

    Thanks

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    Trainline is usually best for me too

    I looked online a couple of weeks ago to book to London. Cost was £42 return. Went to station on the day instead and cost was £16.50 and they included an underground day card. Maybe worth phoning your local train station?

    Have a look at this whole lot of helpful hints and tips to save money on train fares: hotukdeals.com/dea…468

    If you want a hand looking for the cheapest tickets, let me know your departure/arrival station and travel date and I can have a look .

    My advice, NEVER use Trainline or Redspottedhanky as they charge fees. Train operators are not allowed to charge fees, and you'll be getting the exact same ticket from them/
    Edited by: "Eden0032" 11th Dec 2016

    split tickets is worth a look

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    Thanks for all the replies.

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    Eden0032

    Have a look at this whole lot of helpful hints and tips to save money on … Have a look at this whole lot of helpful hints and tips to save money on train fares: http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/megathread-top-tips-save-money-train-tickets-2541468If you want a hand looking for the cheapest tickets, let me know your departure/arrival station and travel date and I can have a look .My advice, NEVER use Trainline or Redspottedhanky as they charge fees. Train operators are not allowed to charge fees, and you'll be getting the exact same ticket from them/



    Trainline charges 50p, hardly breaking the bank.

    WonkyDoctor

    Trainline charges 50p, hardly breaking the bank.


    This site is not about needlessly paying a company 50p

    WonkyDoctor

    Trainline charges 50p, hardly breaking the bank.



    ​TOC's charge £0.

    What if you buy tickets on a regular basis? say 4 times a week. £2 per week for 52 weeks is £104 in unnecessary fees!

    Have you got a Railcard?

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    Eden0032

    ​TOC's charge £0. What if you buy tickets on a regular basis? say 4 times … ​TOC's charge £0. What if you buy tickets on a regular basis? say 4 times a week. £2 per week for 52 weeks is £104 in unnecessary fees!



    If you're buying them on the regular, you'd by a monthly, quarterly or yearly ticket.

    Explore split tickets as step one, buying through any train operating company as step 2. I like the Cross Country app, plus they charge zero fees.

    can anyone find me split ticket from newcastle to london on 15 feb 2 o clock train
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