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  • Family & Friends Railcard Black Friday 20% off

    Family & Friends Railcard Black Friday 20% off

    Online discount gets one-year railcard for £24 (norm £30)

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    Travelling by train with the family can be costly, but if you have a railcard, you could be on track for a decent saving.

    Railcard has confirmed that for Black Friday, you'll be able to get 20% off a one-year Family & Friends Railcard from 0.01am on Fri 23 Nov until 11.59pm on Tue 27 Nov via this Family & Friends Railcard* link.

    It means you can get the one-year railcard for £24 instead of the usual £30. The card gives you a third off most adult rail fares and 60% off for kids when you travel together.

    As a Black Friday deal, this isn't particularly impressive as it offers 20% off the Family & Friends Railcard a few times a year, and past Black Friday promotions have offered as much as £10 off. But of course, if you're wanting this railcard or it's time to renew, then any discount is good to have. The railcard itself can save you a lot of money in the long run – even if you don’t use the train that often, just one rail trip costing over £72 can save you more than the £24 you'll have paid for the railcard.

    How the railcard works:

    • Up to four adults aged 16 and over can get one-third off most rail fares (see below for restrictions) when travelling together with up to four children aged 5-15, who will get 60% off their fares. Under-5s go free anyway.
    • Two adults can be named on the card and at least one must be travelling whenever it's used.
    • You don't need to be related – so it's not just for families, but also friends who can share a card and each benefit from the discount, just as long as you travel with at least one child.

    The Family & Friends Railcard can't be used on trains that depart before 9.30am weekdays, except public holidays, for journeys wholly within the London and South East Network Railcard area (see map) – outside this area there is no time restriction.

    For the full terms, see Family & Friends Railcard*. You can't get this offer at train stations, only online.

    It's worth noting, that you can get a three-year railcard for £70, so if you can afford it, then even with the 20% discount on a one-year railcard, it's slightly cheaper in the long run to buy a three-year one if you'll use it (and if you or family members will still be eligible).

    Other ways to get a discount on this and other railcards

    For more deals and analysis, see our full guide to Black Friday 2018.

    • Although railcards are sent via First Class post, you're best allowing up to five working days for delivery. Railcards are not valid in Northern Ireland.

  • 20% off Family & Friends Railcard

    20% off Family & Friends Railcard

    Online code gets one-year railcard for £24 (norm £30)

    Travelling by train with the family can be costly, but if you have a railcard, you could be on track for a decent saving.

    Enter the code OCTFFSPECIAL1 online at Family & Friends Railcard* before 11.59pm on Wed 24 Oct, and you can get the one-year railcard for £24 instead of the usual £30 – ideal for school holidays. The card gives you a third off most adult rail fares and 60% off for kids when you travel together.

    Even if you don’t use the train that often, just one rail trip costing over £72 can save you more than the £24 you'll have paid for the railcard.

    How the railcard works:

    • Up to four adults aged 16 and over can get one-third off most rail fares (see below for restrictions) when travelling together with up to four children aged 5-15, who will get 60% off their fares. Under-5s go free anyway.
    • Two adults can be named on the card and at least one must be travelling whenever it's used.
    • You don't need to be related – so it's not just for families, but also friends who can share a card and each benefit from the discount, just as long as you travel with at least one child.

    The Family & Friends Railcard can't be used on trains that depart before 9.30am weekdays, except public holidays, for journeys wholly within the London and South East Network Railcard area (see map) – outside this area there is no time restriction.

    For the full terms, see Family & Friends Railcard*. You can't get this offer at train stations, only online.

    It's worth noting, that you can get a three-year railcard for £70, so if you can afford it, then even with the 20% discount on a one-year railcard, it's slightly cheaper in the long run to buy a three-year one if you'll use it (and if you or family members will still be eligible).

    Other ways to get a discount on this and other railcards

    • Although railcards are sent via First Class post, you're best allowing up to five working days for delivery. Railcards are not valid in Northern Ireland.