When it comes to train travel, you have to know National Railcards. It helps you to save a lot when you take trains frequently. If you’ve ever seen someone else buy a train ticket for the exact same journey as you but pay less because they had a Railcards you might have been left wondering ‘what is a Railcard?’ and ‘how can I get one?’ It doesn’t matter if you’re going for a night out or heading somewhere nice for the weekend, no one likes to pay more than they have to. There’s no limit to the number of times you can use your Railcard, which is great news if you’re a frequent traveller. Some Railcards will only give yourself a discounted fare, others will also cover the people travelling with you – so that you can all save. Take one of the voucher codes from everydaysale.co.uk and get a Railcard to make a big saving!
The UK’s rail network is admired the world over, so much so that when we were early adopters of the technology back in the 19th century, we were a wonder of the modern world, travelling close to 100mph and effectively shortening the gap between our cities. It was soon copied the by other countries, but our history and railway culture remain. With a station in most towns and all cities across the UK there’s no excuse not to explore this historic network of tracks.
Railcard allows you (and maybe others) to travel at a reduced cost, typically ⅓ off the normal price for adults and 60% off for those under 16. There are various cards available including a 16-25 Railcard plus a card available for those aged over 60. No one’s left out. However, with cards available for the disabled, families, those travelling in London and plenty more types of rail travellers too, what better way is there to get about than on a speedy train with a railcard? Hop aboard and soon you could be speeding your way to Brighton, Bristol or Bournemouth.
Copy a discount code if needed or choose a deal you'd like to use, then the only thing left to do is follow the 'shop now' link. Find the railcard you'd like to purchase and enter your discount code when prompted. Very soon you’ll be packing up your day trip bag with sandwiches and sunglasses and heading to the train station.
A digital passport style photo, a proof of age such as a passport or driving licence or national identity card.
Yes, you can buy a Railcard at any manned station across the country, but you will need a form of ID and a passport style photo.
You can use major credit and debit cards, although Diners Cards and American Express are not accepted.
Normally a Railcard will arrive within five working days, although you can opt for the special delivery option, where it will arrive within two working days as long as it’s been ordered before 4pm.
Yes, a Railcard also entitles you to various offers, please follow this link to see them all.