The terms and conditions state "2. New Railcard customers only." - nothing about new Trainline customers. I've had railcards bought at train stations before, but Trainline won't have any information about that.
new railcard customers or new trainline customers only? There's a subtle distinction there....I know it says new railcard customers only in teh above...so that seems harsh
Had my claim 'rejected'. Trainline claimed I'd already had a railcard and this was for new railcard customers only. I've never bought a railcard from Trainline so assume they're just trying to get out of paying.
Expired. Confirmed on the website.
Is this still working ? I cant seem to find the £10 amazon link on VC
No. Tesco codes have to go in the Railcard direct site and won't work on Trainline who's a third party.
Yep still on, made a purchase yesterday and tracked and now 'verifying'. Go on the voucher codes website and search 'trainline' and follow the steps. You need to have a voucher codes account first. Cheers OP!
Is this offer still on? I can't find any reference to Railcard or Trainline on the voucher code link?
Already did, they use driving licence number to prove your age, i changed a few numbers round for my year of birth to 1993. Could not believe it worked
I just bought a two together railcard... realised my usual email address had already been used to buy a railcard many years ago (16-25) so used my other email address to sign up to Vouchercodes. Used same email to then sign up for trainline/buy. Clicked to apply for the promotion, got the email confirming that it had been logged and then bought railcard. Any idea when/how we will know the voucher has landed/ is ready? Thanks guys
If you are in the South East a Network Railcard gives a discount, but it's subject to some restrictions e.g. a time and also a £13 minimum fare Monday-Friday. Season tickets gets you a Gold Card, similar discounts to a Network Railcard in the South East but no minimum fare (also 1/3rd off the tube). A trick is to buy a specific cheap annual season that costs £156 and will give you those same discounts - if interested I can explain further. If not in the south East there are a few more niche railcards for specific areas.
Does anyone know how to add the code to the app? I'm having such a trouble and the trainline on Facebook aren't telling me how to do it just that it is possible :S
Next best deal?
I would recommend a digital one in any case - I've been waiting for my plastic one for nearly three weeks now.
Posted 10th Sep 2020Posted 10th Sep 2020
Northern Ireland Only - FREE yLink card for 16 to 23 year olds (usually £8.00) / Free 24+ Student Railcard @ TranslinkFREE£0.01Translink Deals
Nice offer for students in Northern Ireland - Translink have removed the £8 fee for the yLink travelcard, and they are offering the Translink 24+ Student Railcard for free too. These cards …
Come on guys.. Get over it with the UK, not UK, Derry, Londonderry..etc. Its a good deal, and Northern Ireland is Northern Ireland. I haven't been on Translink for about 11 years but hoping it's more reliable now! Hot from me
Can yousuns stop arguing like. Especially those who think any deal related to NI shouldn't be on here. Yeah there's not as many trains but the line is pretty much a backbone for the most popular places and it is used a lot. Especially by people in this age range. So wind your necks in and go back to whining about the tube.
Yes, you have underlined the AND, I have already pointed out the Northern Ireland is part of the UK, it is not the entire UK though.
Posted 10th Mar 2020Posted 10th Mar 2020
4hrs First Class! Bristol Parkway to Pembroke Dock train and vice versa £12.50 (£8.25 with railcard) Including free refreshments @ GWR£12.50Great Western Railway Deals
I did this a couple of years ago and this is excellent value, even if it is a little niche! The offer is valid on Summer Saturdays only. The offer starts on the 23rd May and is likely to run…
No but the train only runs on summer Saturdays so if you didn't come back the same day you'd have to wait until the following Saturday to get this price, or pay the normal fare, which is a lot more. Also, its £12.50 each way, its not a return ticket, in case you didn't realise.
Do you have to return on the same date to get that price ?
I live in Tenby and on Saturdays in the summer i see the London high speed train arrive in the morning suggesting to me that there are no changes to the local small trains so yes first class all the way
Because the previous stop is Pembroke then Tenby, Saundersfoot etc beautiful Welsh country.
Offer only applies to e-tickets not conventional printed ones, so cold from me.
No it doesn't. Please don't even try and defend the train companies. The whole thing is dysfunctional and the government needs to radically overhaul the industry to deal with increase in passenger numbers. TOCs are in denial -passenger satisfaction surveys pure fantasy.
Its just how the railway works. And it does work for the majority.
Not really helpful. :( If one is going from A to B and has to be there at a certain time, then they need to board the train that arrives whether it is crowded or not. Is this the same reasoning that the management uses?
You need to remember that train operators have a limit to how much profit they can keep. They're is also a national shortage of trains that can be used. Most trains are also built to their current format so it's not as simple as adding more carriages where needed, even if there were some available. Also a good proportion of passengers buy flexible tickets meaning they can board any train, making predicting passenger numbers on any given service difficult. But most importantly, the company doesn't force anyone onto the train. They board of their own accord, so it's their choice to be on a crowded train or not.
Lol but you get a full refund if you're delayed by an hour and who hasn't got a spare hour or two? Relax, you're on holiday. I've got mixed feelings about Scotrail but tbh not really experienced any train company doing any better.
Brilliant, you'll do, come on up here and stay a week or two at one of our fabulous locations and tell all the expats you meet. Cheers. I'll put you up for a week if you need it, but I'll have to look at you so expect no less than 20 people to be convinced its not worth living here anymore. Shame its so hard to convince them, more and more keep moving up here for clean water, progressive government and landslides.
That may well be self inflicted. I have travelled a lot of the world and the English get a bad image everywhere. You earned it, be proud of it but don't feel the need to inflict it on all of us.Look inwards before asking for the respect of others. Oh, and I'd not trust Scotfail to get you all the way to Mallaig and back with out some kind of miserable excuse for not getting you home. Always have some kind of backup plan. Don't be fooled by the % of trains on time, they cancel a lot of them to avoid being included in that particular statistic.
Posted 19th Aug 2019Posted 19th Aug 2019
16-17 Saver Railcard - On sale NOW! (Can’t be used before the 2nd of September though) - £30£30Railcard Store Deals
Hey Guys; Just a bit of a headsup, you can apply for the 16-17 railcard TODAY and allows people 16-17 the ability to purchase train tickets at the price of a child (50% discount). "For on…
Yes but no, you can still purchase a season ticket valid for 4 months after your 18th birthday and it will still be honored. Obviously you will need to purchase the season ticket before your 18th birthday. 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 Source
Will it be possible to use clubcard points to buy it? (you can use clubcard points to buy the other types of railcards)
Not as far as I can tell, sorry. It might be a bit new for it at the moment. 😞
Hi, is there a code for some money off ? Like they usually do for the 16-25 railcard purchase (10% or 20% off)
if you book a train online you can use your railcard for discounts on single journeys at any time of the day, without minimum £12 fee.
If your ticket is over £12 before the price reduction, you will get 1/3 of the price knocked off. Example, a train ticket from Slough to Windsor return is £2.40, with the 16-25 railcard, it knocks it down to £1.80. However, if purchased before 10am, the price will still be £1.80 (if purchased in July and August). Or if purchased outside of the July or August months, it will be £2.40. However, say I buy a ticket from Slough to zones 1-6 day travel ticket, without a discount, that would be £15(ish). The railcard knocks it down to £10.05. So long as the ticket is after 10am on any weekday, I will get the discount. Also, applies to before 10am in July and August. Understand?
SORRY WHAT DOES IT MEAN MINIMUM FARE? DOES ONE PAY THE REGULAR FARE AND £12 ON TOP? PLEASE EXPLAIN. THX
What station is this that you can do it ? Yes I read what you said.
There is a new 16-17 saver railcard which will be on sale from 20 Aug which gives 50% of fares so a great deal for those within this age bracket. Tried posting the deal but not sure why it was taken down without explanation as it would be a better deal than the 16-25 railcard which only gives 1/3 off. Cut and paste information from the site: The 16-17 Saver will go on sale on 20 August 2019. It's valid across England, Wales and services into Scotland, but not on ScotRail or Caledonian Sleeper services. Holders of a 16-17 Saver will be able to buy discounted tickets for travel from 2 September 2019. Customers will be offered the 16-17 Saver as either a digital product on their phone or a physical card that will be posted to them. It's not possible to have both, this is in line with other discount products.
Posted 16th Jun 2019Posted 16th Jun 2019
50% off Nothern rail advances from and to Lake District/Cumbria stations, railcard discounts apply tooNorthern Rail Deals
For example, MAnchester to Windermere, a 2 hour and 8 minute journey, for £2.50. "Northern are offering an extra 50% discount on Advance Purchase train travel to and from selected stations…
If you mean this one: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/16-25-two-together-disabled-senior-citizens-family-friends-railcard-now-only-10-with-tesco-clubcard-boost-3128170 That one was posted over 4 weeks ago so this deal is okay by HUKD rules.
This is for all railcards: Disabled Persons Railcard, Family & Friends Railcard, Senior Railcard and Two Together Railcard https://secure.tesco.com/clubcard/boost/search-results/railcard?search=railcard