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    Discount Codes

    Not sure if there is already an existing thread...thought it might be a good idea to start a thread with money saving codes given increased costs on many items.

    This one is for Railcards.

    Railcards normally cost £30 for one year (or £70 for three years on some cards), but enter the code 33YESPLEASE at the checkout at Trainline* to get it for £20 for one year (or £47 for three, where applicable). The code's valid until 11.59pm on Monday 28 February or until 300,000 railcards are sold using the code, whichever comes first.
    The code can only be used to buy one digital railcard and can't be used in conjunction with any other Trainline offer. It can be used to get 33% off the cost of the following railcards: 16-17 Saver, 16-25 Railcard, 26-30 Railcard, Family & Friends' Railcard, Network Railcard, Senior Railcard and Two Together Railcard. The offer excludes the Disabled Person's Railcard and Veterans' Railcard, as they're not available via Trainline.


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    Good starter, and excellent thread idea 👍

    Iím currently at email-complaint-war with the trainline so will refrain from taking advantage until that settles down 😁

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    Good starter, and excellent thread idea 👍

    Iím currently at email-complaint-war with the trainline so will refrain from taking advantage until that settles down 😁
    The CEO email address (if you haven't already used it) might get you a quicker response than a general customer service one.

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    https://www.ceoemail.com/index.php?

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    Great thread....everyone loves a bargain

    London to Edinburgh train single £14.90 (£9.80 railcard) / London to Newcastle £11.90 (£7.85 railcard) - May / June dates @ Lumohttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lon...t-lumo-3894673

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    The CEO email address (if you haven't already used it) might get you a quicker response than a general customer service one.

    Mr Jody Ford Chief Executive
    Email [email protected]


    https://www.ceoemail.com/index.php?
    Ooh, nice one thanks 👍 theyíre at least a couple of days late getting back to me as promised, having requested itís escalated after going back and forth getting nowhere (maybe hoping Iíve given up on the money theyíre due me). Might give it one more crack before going to Jody 👍

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa Cruz View Post
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    Not sure if there is already an existing thread...thought it might be a good idea to start a thread with money saving codes given increased costs on many items.

    This one is for Railcards.

    Railcards normally cost £30 for one year (or £70 for three years on some cards), but enter the code 33YESPLEASE at the checkout at Trainline* to get it for £20 for one year (or £47 for three, where applicable). The code's valid until 11.59pm on Monday 28 February or until 300,000 railcards are sold using the code, whichever comes first.
    The code can only be used to buy one digital railcard and can't be used in conjunction with any other Trainline offer. It can be used to get 33% off the cost of the following railcards: 16-17 Saver, 16-25 Railcard, 26-30 Railcard, Family & Friends' Railcard, Network Railcard, Senior Railcard and Two Together Railcard. The offer excludes the Disabled Person's Railcard and Veterans' Railcard, as they're not available via Trainline.
    Thanks very much for posting this. The wife and I were thinking of getting a railcard for our upcoming trip to London (even with the cost of that, it still makes the return train fair cheaper) so will pay for itself on that trip alone. Saw this and took the plunge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountcastleHibs View Post
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    Thanks very much for posting this. The wife and I were thinking of getting a railcard for our upcoming trip to London (even with the cost of that, it still makes the return train fair cheaper) so will pay for itself on that trip alone. Saw this and took the plunge.
    I'm sure Hibbyradge posted the same deal not long before Xmas, the more people that take advantage of the deal the better though, it's a cracking deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUTCHYHIBBY View Post
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    I'm sure Hibbyradge posted the same deal not long before Xmas, the more people that take advantage of the deal the better though, it's a cracking deal.
    Think HR's was Black Friday specific, they offer some deal most years on BF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MountcastleHibs View Post
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    Thanks very much for posting this. The wife and I were thinking of getting a railcard for our upcoming trip to London (even with the cost of that, it still makes the return train fair cheaper) so will pay for itself on that trip alone. Saw this and took the plunge.
    You're welcome. Have a good trip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hiber-nation View Post
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    Great thread....everyone loves a bargain

    London to Edinburgh train single £14.90 (£9.80 railcard) / London to Newcastle £11.90 (£7.85 railcard) - May / June dates @ Lumohttps://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lon...t-lumo-3894673

    I don't think they're even a member of ATOC, they're an open access operator and can go pop at anytime. They only have 5 trains as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hermit Crab View Post
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    I don't think they're even a member of ATOC, they're an open access operator and can go pop at anytime. They only have 5 trains as well.
    Still a good deal if the times suit you.

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    The CEO email address (if you haven't already used it) might get you a quicker response than a general customer service one.

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    Seeing your post on the coronavirus thread reminded me I meant to come back to this and say thanks again for your post.

    Having got nowhere with them for around a couple of months, I used the above and got it sorted in about a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    Seeing your post on the coronavirus thread reminded me I meant to come back to this and say thanks again for your post.

    Having got nowhere with them for around a couple of months, I used the above and got it sorted in about a week
    Great advice though
    Always go to the top of an organisation if you have a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by WeeRussell View Post
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    Seeing your post on the coronavirus thread reminded me I meant to come back to this and say thanks again for your post.

    Having got nowhere with them for around a couple of months, I used the above and got it sorted in about a week
    That's good. One less thing to have to deal with. Like BW says, often (but not always) going straight to the top gets quicker resolutions.

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