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Get 5% back on LNER online spends up to £30 with Amex
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Made hot 5th Oct 2020Made hot 5th Oct 2020
Get 5% back on LNER online spends up to £30 with AmexLNER Deals
Save to card to get a 5% statement credit on online transactions up to £30. Spend by 18/11/20
l5xeus

The previous 1/2% that’s on there fairly regularly never worked for me despite complying with all the rules including paying with the card directly. So I’d recommend checking if they actually honoured it, for me those were amounts not worth making a fuss about.

bozo007

Same offer available on Halifax Cashback Rewards. Valid for one transaction until Sep 22. Maximum cashback £30.

30% off mid week LNER train tickets with Every Decathlon Purchase
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Made hot 27th Sep 2020Made hot 27th Sep 2020
30% off mid week LNER train tickets with Every Decathlon PurchaseDecathlon Deals
Monday- Thursday only Decathlon have partnered with LNER to offer 30% discount on mid-week train travel with every Decathlon purchase, online and in selected stores. Voucher code… Read more
Pennywise999

Good deal. I just spotted it last night and you beat me to it. :)

calmac3105

Cannot be used in conjunction with any railcards though so that’s rubbish

tikibeach

Is it a generic code? Or do they give an individual code that can only be used once? And is booze still banned on this TOCs trains does anyone know? Thanks

JeevenSD

Discount can't be used with railcards unfortunately but good for those without!

Sallos19

Hey @MackemSi well spotted, thanks for sharing! (y)

Northern Ireland Only - FREE yLink card for 16 to 23 year olds (usually £8.00) / Free 24+ Student Railcard @ Translink
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Made hot 10th Sep 2020Made hot 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. Th… Read more
djglenn1337

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

WilliamIPark

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.

aLV426

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.

OnTheCoors

ryanstewart456

LNER Train travel midweek - London to Grantham fo £5, to Leeds for £10 and Edinburgh for £20.
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Made hot 7th Aug 2020Made hot 7th Aug 2020
LNER Train travel midweek - London to Grantham fo £5, to Leeds for £10 and Edinburgh for £20.£5LNER Deals
Travel from London from just £5. Many great offers including from London to GRANTHAM fo £5, to Leeds for £10 and Edinburgh for £20. Midweek summer travel offer terms and condition… Read more
deleted194701

I am 100% with you. I don't travel on trains often but when I do I travel first class (via a deal of course). I enjoy the experience a lot more and this includes a glass of wine.

userboy

try telling that who are drunk on the train.

littletime

I relax by looking at the scenery through the window. The thought of needing to pump my circulatory system with expensive chemical intoxicants that impair my judgement is anything but relaxing.

MR_Psyco

I wouldn't vote it cold just for that reason, some people rely on trains to get about so this might be a good thing for someone in need.

MinasMorgul

whilst you are right unfortunately a huge number of people treat trains worse than a mobile pub, particularly those getting on at York which this service covers

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Free Public Transport for Health and Social Care Workers ( Northern Ireland) - Bus & Train Travel
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Free Public Transport for Health and Social Care Workers ( Northern Ireland) - Bus & Train TravelFREE£0.01Translink Deals
Translink from Friday 27th March introduce free transport rail and bus journeys for Doctors ,Nurses Health care assistant , even in the private sector. Not everyone own car or had… Read more
EarlyShopper

Heat added (y)

Dragonflymum

Fabulous they deserve more that free transport right now but it’s a good start carers and NHS are stars. I have carers that come to my house twice a week and there fabulous xxx

Spartan176

Good job. Would be £3.50 per day saved from my home to Mater return instead of all day ticket. (y)

Advance rail tickets to be refunded for free / Season ticket holders can claim a refund for time unused on their tickets @ Gov.UK
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Advance rail tickets to be refunded for free / Season ticket holders can claim a refund for time unused on their tickets @ Gov.UKGOV.UK Deals
The government has announced new temporary measures this morning regarding train travel with these measures applying to all operators. Anyone holding an advance ticket will be able… Read more
Jonwillis

https://www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk/coronavirus For tickets purchased from our website, mobile site or app (with the exception of Season tickets), we are waiving the usual £10 charge and all refunds are now processed free of charge. Advance train tickets bought before 07:00 on Monday 23 March are eligible for a refund providing they have not been used. It does state you should get a refund

Delbert.Grady

Anyone else finding that Train operators are ignoring the Governments Emergency Rules regarding refunds for Advance Tickets? Last week I requested a refund for 2 Advance tickets for last Monday from Crosscountry Trains, that I purchased ages ago. They've just responded to say I can only have a refund if I buy 2 new tickets for some date in the future, then they will process the refund. Thats not what the rules say, and in any case, even if I did buy new tickets do I trust them to refund the old ones now that the travel date has passed? No, I'd probably just be throwing good money after bad.

Lincoln559

Does anyone know if it is possible to get refunds on railcards please (e.g. the disabled card or senior rail card) while it is not possible to use them?

Jonwillis

https://www.c2c-online.co.uk/media-centre/latest-news/coronavirus-refunds/ Please note that in line with our Passenger Charter, the price of an annual season ticket offers significant savings because it offers 52 weeks of travel for the price of 40 weeks. This means that if it is more than 40 weeks since your annual season ticket started, your ticket no longer holds any refund value. You therefore will not receive any money back if you apply for any refund.

A1p5

Those who had booked a return trip with TrainLine can you please confirm if you were charged 2% off your refund? We received a refund but we're charged a 2% fee.