bump..this is still going. google store shows a picture saying, "£5 free and 2% back on every journey with LNER Perks"... who wants to argue symantics with LNER (somewhat misleading)?!
Not true, it's still perfectly legal to travel by train during the lockdown for leisure purposes.
dont think its that simple - it depends on WHY you are returning home - if its from a holiday starting before lockdown or from a household you are in a bubble with then thats within the rules BTW while long distance travel to/from a bubble household is discouraged it isnt against the rules - this is important for me personally as my shared bubble household is 300 miles away
the govt guidelines would suggest it isn't, once lockdown starts
Posted 27th Aug 2020Posted 27th Aug 2020
Get 5% back on LNER online spends up to £30 with Amex
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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.
Same offer available on Halifax Cashback Rewards. Valid for one transaction until Sep 22. Maximum cashback £30.
Posted 7th Aug 2020Posted 7th Aug 2020
LNER Train travel midweek - London to Grantham fo £5, to Leeds for £10 and Edinburgh for £20.£5
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
In 2016, the government announced that all train
operators bidding on future franchises and direct contracts in England
and Wales would have to include free Wi-Fi as part of their pitches. That's why you have "free", but the govemment requirement was slow not fast. No one wants you to go fast in case you do too much work on the trains. Credit to the government, not to the rail companies,
I have, I got it a couple of times. But not recently
I think you need to to subscribe to newsletters to get code ?
If they sent the code, last 3 trips no code.
Previously when you had to enter a code it was free for the whole of the journey and it would stay connected. However when I travelled with them last weekend (on both journeys) it would automatically sign me out of the wi-fi every time the train stopped at a station (annoyed) If I didn't see the notification asking me to sign in again my phone would automatically switch to using my precious mobile data (mad) So much for an improvement. It worked far better before when you had to enter the code from your booking confirmation.
Posted 10th Jan 2019Posted 10th Jan 2019
500 bonus Nectar points on your first booking for train travel on the east coast line with LNER for 56p spend.£0.56
500 bonus points to beat the January blues when you book a journey with LNER. Or 500 bonus points on your first booking for train travel on the east coast line with LNER. Example.… Read more
Terms and Conditions "3. Bookings must be for travel on an LNER service" I'd be very surprised if LNER run services through Stourbridge
My usual go to is a child single Haymarket to Edinburgh. I think it was £1.20 before the fare rise.
maybe the adult single is a better example.
The 56p fare is unlikely to work as it's less than £1. Speaking from experience. Certainly, you can argue the case with nectar, as technically you are correct. I just find that having a tracked nectar point with the merchant strengthens the case when invariably doesn't track.
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