Train travel into London this weekend

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Posted 17th Jan
Hello. Does anyone have any tips to save money on train fairs at the moment?
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Book in advance
Arto17/01/2020 19:22

Book in advance


Still not much better, £80+ each here for 6 months in advance.... I would just drive down, park on the outskirts and tube the rest... Silly but oh well
Douglas_Birks17/01/2020 20:48

Still not much better, £80+ each here for 6 months in advance.... I would …Still not much better, £80+ each here for 6 months in advance.... I would just drive down, park on the outskirts and tube the rest... Silly but oh well



That is what I was thinking.
Willy_Wonka17/01/2020 20:59

That is what I was thinking.


You can try the split train tickets, that might save you a few pounds but I'm not a big train user (as long as they are that expensive I will continue to drive)
If you are travelling with family you should get the family and friends railcard . It’s saves a lot of money throughout the year
Edited by: "kh383838" 17th Jan
If it's 2 or more people it is cheaper to drive than take train. To find where best to park, see below link.

parkandridelondon.com/tra…rth
Edited by: "Killer" 17th Jan
Coach it? Get this deal, and it takes 40% off the journey for National Express

groupon.co.uk/dea…d-2
Edited by: "guru404" 17th Jan
guru40417/01/2020 22:34

Coach it? Get this deal, and it takes 40% off the journey for National …Coach it? Get this deal, and it takes 40% off the journey for National Expresshttps://www.groupon.co.uk/deals/national-express-limited-2


If your looking at coaches then try megabus
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