Railcard

Discussion in 'Ticket and travel exchange' started by blue44, 17 Feb 2018.

  1. squirtyflower

    squirtyflower

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    A two together card is similar to other discount cards
    My Mrs and I have one, it has both our photos on it, and we get a 30% discount on rail fares with any company. However we have to both be travelling.
    It costs £30 and we get that back on just one trip to London.
     
  2. Danamy

    Danamy

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    I have the same card with my nipper and it's a no brainer, like you say after one trip you'll easliy get your money back with many more savings for the rest of the year
     
  3. Hoghead

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    Dropped my lad off at Piccadilly this morning to get the 5.05am to Canterbury via Euston and St. Pancreas, returning this evening. Booked it about 10 weeks in advance with a railcard and with the return to Wilmslow 1st Class all in at £75. If I had rocked up this morning to pay it would have cost over £500!
     

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