50% off Greyhound UK Travel - MAY 11 UPDATE NEW CODE NOT EXPIRED
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50% off Greyhound UK Travel - MAY 11 UPDATE NEW CODE NOT EXPIRED

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Hi there ALL
I have attempted several times to use the voucher opn offer for the £1 each way ion the Greyhound, but without success. Am I missing something here? Can anybody who has got it right let me know where I am going wrong?
Cheers
Luiz

It says you have to present a First bus pass when you get on the coach - do the drivers ask for it? I didn't realise until after I'd already bought it and did an internet search on the voucher code...

Original Poster

ive traveled on a couple of these and never shown a ticket

Just thought I'd confirm they didn't want to see a first bus ticket - they didn't even want to see a greyhound ticket, just took everyone's word for it!

thanks,

Code just worked for me still

are u sure they do not want to see first bus ticket?

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vaniakkkk

are u sure they do not want to see first bus ticket?



never asked for one

The code doesn't seem to work on a journey after 30th of April 2011.

Code FCC works now but it does say when you make the booking that a First Capital Connect ticket must be shown when boarding. Previous offer didn't have this so decided it wasn't worth the risk to save a quid.

belch

Code FCC works now but it does say when you make the booking that a First … Code FCC works now but it does say when you make the booking that a First Capital Connect ticket must be shown when boarding. Previous offer didn't have this so decided it wasn't worth the risk to save a quid.



I tend to show the driver the confirmation on my phone - so they never really see much of the email. I reckon it would be quite easy to get away with.

Worst case scenario, I'll just buy a FCC rail ticket - found one for £1.20 with my railcard discount, which is less than the discount I would get with it!

EDIT: Just ordered and the confirmation email I received (which is what I show the driver) says nothing about showing a FCC ticket - and there's nothing obvious in the booking code that I can see.
Edited by: "callum9999" 17th May 2011

Original Poster

Thanks have updated post

callum9999
So did it work when you showed the driver your confirmation email? or have you not travelled yet..
What is the route that you found a ticket for £1.20 with railcard?

Am wondering whether to use the discount code or not ... Dont want to get there and they ask for identification??????

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used the FCC code on the weekend, I printed the confirmation from the email, its says nowhere that a code was even used, driver checked the ticket number with his sheet and no mention of bus ticket.

So , You can just buy the cheapest single train fair you can find " even if you dont use it " and you get 50% off ? does it have to be a London train ticket?

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capcom1

So , You can just buy the cheapest single train fair you can find " even … So , You can just buy the cheapest single train fair you can find " even if you dont use it " and you get 50% off ? does it have to be a London train ticket?



wouldnt even bother buying any ticket, they dont ask for one
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