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National Rail is the trading name used by the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC). It's an unincorporated association that covers the various operating train companies in Great Britain that run services previously provided by British Rail. There is a wide range of online promotions and deals for National Rail and, at HotUKDeals, we collect them all on one dedicated page. How to redeem National Rail vouchers
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20% off National Railcards using voucher code @ National Rail
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deleted228870

Thank you. Used it to renew my annual Friends & Family railcard.:)

deleted505397

Wicked! Just sorted my YP rail card. New to Hot Uk deals. Wish I'd signed up ages ago! lol

Halcyondaze

Many thanks, worked with my family and Friends railcard renewal!

Gōngzhǔ

worked for me shame it wont work on the 3yr one :)

mrmaniac

I've just put mine through now it's gone through without a hitch so I can confirm it's still working.

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Free additional help when travelling by train (Passenger Assist) or at Heathrow /Gatwick airports @ National Rail/Heathrow & Gatwick Airport
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Posted 21st Jun 2019Posted 21st Jun 2019
Free additional help when travelling by train (Passenger Assist) or at Heathrow /Gatwick airports @ National Rail/Heathrow & Gatwick Airport
When I travel by train I often see a lot of people struggling with baggage or struggling to find which platform their train departs from so I believe this deal will be of use to ma… Read more
vinny939

Yes it will, i worked for the railway for 18 years this is for disabled people not for everyday use this is purely for booking assistance for help with wheelchairs etc not ive got too many suitcases to handle myself.

SenpaiTheNeko

Will it be frowned upon if I use it to have them carry my bags for me? I'm in no way physically disabled

BigDave_

Clogging up the site? In the freebie section? Get of your high horse son. Thanks for the headsup op Ignore the idiots on this site :)

vinny939

Its for disabled people etc not for joe bloggs who cant be arsed to carry his own bags

rollin182

Very useful, thanks for posting.

15% off National Railcard @ Arriva XCountry
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Posted 17th Aug 2018Posted 17th Aug 2018
15% off National Railcard @ Arriva XCountry
Expires end of August http://xct.acteol.co.uk/ViewOnline.aspx?opcode=68280&EcastItemID=328855&Token=6E663D94&bearertoken=508884a2c6fb2ebcefa482cc68447cd4
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foes4you

BTW you can by national railcard and disabled card with Tesco club points at a better reduction than this.

jkumar1

Was just abut to post this - Good deal!

deleted46656

HUKD changed http://xct.acteol.co.uk/ViewOnline.aspx?opcode=68280&EcastItemID=328855&Token=6E663D94&bearertoken=508884a2c6fb2ebcefa482cc68447cd4 (y)

almar2012

Link doesn’t work for me - doesn’t go to the offer

Mums-to-be First Class Upgrade - South Western Railway - for Customers who hold a South Western Railway Standard Class Season Ticket
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Posted 13th Jun 2018Posted 13th Jun 2018
Mums-to-be First Class Upgrade - South Western Railway - for Customers who hold a South Western Railway Standard Class Season Ticket
Looks to be a long running promotion. It may help to ease commute from mums to be. Customers who hold a South Western Railway Standard Class Season Ticket and MAT B1 form can appl… Read more
ian18

Totally this. They want equality, yet expect to be treated in a preferential method at the expense of other passengers. What about elderly people who probably struggle to stand far more than a fit healthy woman?

kwg

Are you for real? Seriously?

dvs

It's something good for pregnant women and I suppose this might allow a few non-pregnant people to remain in their seats in the standard class carriage. A potential issue is when first class is full though.

MrMase

Cold due to lack of equality

deleted159534

Sexist. What about dads to be? Why does a women need an upgrade. As long as she has a seat, this is enough. Why are the women not up in arms complaining for equality?

Free extra help travelling by train with Passenger Assist @ National Rail
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Posted 7th Oct 2017Posted 7th Oct 2017
Free extra help travelling by train with Passenger Assist @ National Rail
Not new but was reminded the other day what a useful service train passenger assist is, so worth a share in case it may benefit someone. You dont have to be disabled to use the ser… Read more
skakruk

When Lif... Lidl gives you lemons, make lemonade, but first use passenger assist to get all those lemons to the train.

supersue

If you don't like the look of a "deal" - then don't waste your time opening it up and commenting. Simple! Comments like yours are boring (annoyed)

sdduk2

Op this is a nice piece of information i never knew you could book for help sometimes when you get off of a train you need a bit of help if you are disabled. Have some Heat 8)

weebles1703

Thanks for posting. If it doesn't help you, most people know an older or disabled person and can pass on the info. Everyone is one accident or illness away from needing this kind of assistance.

gazdoubleu

The lift never seems to be working at my local station and its stairs only, not a ramp in sight. Perhaps when my mother in law visits we'll get some help getting her up the stairs. (Just not telling her there's a more accessible station 3.5 miles down the track or she might come too often) (flirt)

Free toilets at London St. Pancras railway station
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Posted 29th Jun 2017Posted 29th Jun 2017LocalLocal
Free toilets at London St. Pancras railway station
All toilets here are free, so if you're using King's Cross next door, pop in here and marvel at the architecture too. One lot is near the Eurostar terminal and the other lot are i… Read more
theyiddo

....always were if you just popped up to Wetherspoons when you needed to go (_;)

McNabFish

​The problem is people like to damage them when unattended. Sheffield station is a prime example. Was free for years, some vagabond goes inside and smashed up the place and now everyone has to pay for the privilege.

Avenger1324

this deal is not to be sniffed at

toomanychoices

So much easier for you blokes, just one more way we can never quite be equal

deddog

Seems like a bum deal to me. I really miss the little red urinals that used to be scattered around every town, all were free and some even had a telephone decorating the inside!

Free toilet use at Manchester Piccadilly station, satellite lounge near platform 13+14
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Posted 29th Jun 2017Posted 29th Jun 2017LocalLocal
Free toilet use at Manchester Piccadilly station, satellite lounge near platform 13+14
Have a free bowel or kidney release at the station. Barriers are permanently wide open, I think the reason is the change machine is out of order.
OwlEye

It does have an army of 24/7 cleaners tho, whatever u leave will be removed very quickly. Littering is actually permitted because of this

Boxrick

Why on earth are there no bins at Piccadilly Station anymore? First they removed loads and put a few select recycling bins in, now there are no bins at all.. Disgraceful

deleted412337

Movement/release, kidneys/bladder, it's all good!

thabiz

Should be free anyway, toilet use should be a human right in the same way that a food or drink establishment cannot legally refuse to serve anyone tap water. If you get caught relieving yourself in public you can get charged, doesn't really make sense. Or a slightly better model of charged entry is found in French train stations. You pay a Euro or 50 Cents to a lady at a booth, she gives you a token that lets you into the toilet, she also maintains the toilet area and a job is created and criminal activity in the toilet area is discouraged. I imagine some of them make a fairly good living from it. Not sure how much of the money they can keep or if it is a purely wage based job, either way I imagine a bit of fudging the figures is done, which is fair enough for someone that is prepared to clean toilet areas. (btw could be a he, but was always a she in my experience, which I guess makes sense as it would be culturally unacceptable for a male to be cleaning toilets when women are using them, but the other way round is largely tolerated in western society)

GreatGuy1973

I think the term is bowel movement.

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Free Public Toilets in satellite lounge at Manchester Piccadilly station (near platform 13+14)
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Posted 15th May 2017Posted 15th May 2017LocalLocal
Free Public Toilets in satellite lounge at Manchester Piccadilly station (near platform 13+14)
These toilets are still permanently free, used them many times lately and the gate has always been left fixed, wide open.
deleted1708780

or you can use the pub toilets to the left as you go in the main entrance up the stairs by the first class lounge they're always free when the pubs open

undertakeaap

:p

RadeyRads

This I because the machine that dispensers 10p & 20p is broken

greysquaill

Heat for pooping for free.

DevilD

No sh1t

Manchester Piccadilly station satellite lounge toilets currently free (near platform 13&14, up travelator)
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Posted 8th Mar 2017Posted 8th Mar 2017
Manchester Piccadilly station satellite lounge toilets currently free (near platform 13&14, up travelator)
Today a big gate is open In between the 30p barriers, so can just walk in and out. Don't know if the barriers are faulty at the moment?
scunny

mmmmmmmmmmmmmm are you sure?

Uranus

Not cottaging, thats for sure.

scunny

Where have you been for the last 20+ years?

Begize

They are always free at Piccadilly (and most other stations), just pull the turnstyle towards you....

Deaa

Thanks OP! Just been in and s**t all over the walls! Supporting their argument that the charge is to prevent abuse :)

Passenger Assist: Free help when using trains but like the disabled railcard, not known by many people
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Posted 12th Jan 2017Posted 12th Jan 2017
Passenger Assist: Free help when using trains but like the disabled railcard, not known by many people
Goodness me I could be on a roll here, with my deal about Disabled Railcards nearly at 2000 degrees! So, having helped my mum get her disabled railcard, I booked tickets for her an… Read more
majortom

Okay unless you get some anti-social mother who refuses to move her buggy! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-38663322

dilbertov

The operation of the assistance is patchy. My 89-year-old mother gets very stressed when travelling to visit family so she booked this service. At the start of her journey she arrived early (Newcastle Central Station) and a helpful Passenger Assist guard was assigned to look after her. He did this by telling her to take a seat in a waiting area and he would come and help her on to the train when it arrived, only to forget about her completely. Fortunately as the departure time approached and decided to drag her case to the train where a fellow-traveller helped her on. Not a good start to a 300-mile journey.

apfel21

Well I for one didn't know!!!! oO HEAT

deleted1155333

the staff at Glasgow Central station are lovely

johnsmith1997

I've not seen those food trolleys on the London trains in years. Used to see them on the Thameslink trains and the trains to Brighton. I kinda miss them.Makes you feel like you're on a plane,even though you're on a train.:)

Manchester to London £13 by train - split AND change trains - works on other routes aswell
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Posted 2nd Aug 2016Posted 2nd Aug 2016
Manchester to London £13 by train - split AND change trains - works on other routes aswell£13
You've all heard of ticketysplit which splits a train ticket and you stay on the same train but a lot of times it's cheaper to change trains. For example Manchester to London in tw… Read more
deleted336979

I think I should be ok when going down as I don't have to come out at Stevenage, only change train. However I'm going to buy another ticket for the way back because I've been reading that I can't get on the train from Stevenage if my Advance ticket is from London. Lesson learnt

rabb5it

Does Stevenage station have barriers, or have you a friend in Stevenage to check it out? You must have an Advance open return to use any train. If there's no barriers it's worth the risk, or use a smaller station N or S of Stevenage. Otherwise, I'd give Stevenage a miss.

STi_prodrive

good spot

ysm1234

I found that one of the above ideas works with National Express Coaches. Manchester City Centre To Manchester Airport is £4.20, Salford Quays to Manchester Airport which automatically means you change at Manchester City Centre comes to just £1.30. Can't see any problems here as there's no way the driver should suspect that you never took the first coach.

deleted336979

After reading the last comments I got a bit worried as I didn't realise that you couldn't get off a train earlier if you wanted to. I booked an advanced ticket from Edinburgh to London for September and I was planning to get off at Stevenage and get another train from there to my destination. Then for the return I was going to take a train into Stevenage and there board the one from London to Edinburgh (the return journey of the advance ticket I mentioned above). Would I get in trouble if I don't need to use the barriers in Stevenage? Any one have any experience with this. Cancelling the tickets is not an option now, so I'm a bit concerned.

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20%20% off National Railcards using voucher code @ National Rail13/08/2020
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