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The Real Greek logo
Real Greek kids eat 'free'Print voucher or show on smartphone, eat-in only

Sundays only
Print this Real Greek voucher and get a free kids' meal every Sunday (includes a main, drink and ice cream or sorbet) for every £7 spent by an adult, saving £6.75. Plus, there's no limit to the number you can get, so if three adults spend £7, three kids under 12 will eat free. The Real Greek says the offer is ongoing and there’s no end date.
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Can't be used with any other offer or promotion. Children must be under 12.

Real Greek logo
Real Greek 50% off food with cinema ticketIncludes Orange Wednesdays

Present a cinema ticket at The Real Greek on Wednesdays and get 50% off food. The offer's valid with a ticket from any cinema, or you can show your booking confirmation on your smartphone, but it must be from that day.

One ticket's needed per person, so to get the max value out of this, use the 2for1 cinema tix offer from Orange Wednesdays/EE Wednesdays. If you're not an Orange or EE customer, pick up a free Sim card, to start getting the offer. The Real Greek says the offer is ongoing and that you don't need a voucher.
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Not valid with on the lunch menu or with meal deals and can't be used with any other offer. Dine-in only.

Oxford Tube logo
Oxford Tube to London from £17 returnOxford-Ldn, incl Hillingdon, Shep's Bush, Notting Hill, Marble Arch & Victoria

Get single adult coach tickets from London to Oxford for £14 (£17rtn), single student and over 60s tickets for £11 (£13 rtn) or under 16s for £7 (£8rtns) on the Oxford Tube Coach service. Pickups and drops offs are from London, Hillingdon, Lewknor and Oxford.

You can buy tickets and passes for a month in advance from the driver and the service's full range of tickets can be bought on the Oxford Tube website, by phone or from Gloucester Green travel shop.

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Royal Opera House £10 student standby ticketsStudents can get unsold tickets (can cost £200) for a tenner

Students that register with the Royal Opera House are put on a list for £10 standby tickets to The Royal Ballet and The Royal Opera. When tickets (generally £25 - £200) go unsold you're emailed a code and link to a booking website (sent a minimum of 24 hrs before the performance). If you’re interested, you’ll need to move fast as they’re snapped up quick.
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There's a maximum of ten tickets per student and each ticket holder needs valid student ID.

Terravision logo
Liverpool Airport to Manchester for £12 return*Routes incl Liverpool John Lennon Airport - Manchester city centre

Airport shuttle
Low-cost city shuttle bus company Terravision* offers fares between Liverpool John Lennon Airport and Manchester city centre for £8 one way or £12 return. To book, just visit the Terravision* website.

Easybus logo
Easybus airport travel from £4 returnRoutes incl Gatwick, Stansted and Luton to London

Airport shuttle
Cheap bus operator Easybus offers journeys from central and west London to Gatwick, Stansted and Luton airports starting at £2 each way. You don't have to be flying to use the service. To book, just visit the Easybus website or buy at the departure point.

Chiltern Railways logo
Chiltern Railways Birmingham - London return from £12Slower journey but good savings with self-print or ticket to your mobile

Book ahead
Use the Chiltern Railways self-print or ticket to your mobile service and with tickets costing from £6 each way, you could pay just £12 to travel from Birmingham to London return. However, the route is slower and takes you from Birmingham Snow Hill or Moor Street to Marylebone rather than Birmingham New Street to Euston.

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