Greater Anglia Deals
0 Current Deals
WeekendsWhen two adults travel together on the Greater Anglia network on a Saturday, Sunday or bank holiday, the second passenger gets 50% off their ticket cost. So split it between you and you can each save 25%.
You can get the offer online or by quoting the 'Duo tickets' offer at ticket offices.
It's valid on super off-peak day returns only, on the Greater Anglia route south of Manningtree/Harwich and the Cambridge to London routes. London to Stansted Airport is also included. See the Greater Anglia route map.
The offer is not available for journeys wholly within the area bounded by London Fare Zones 1-6 plus Theobalds Grove, Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, Broxbourne, Brentwood and Shenfield. Unfortunately, when there are engineering works taking place, you won't be able to get the discount.
Latest Expired Deals
Greater Anglia trains sale, £5 tickets to and from London
50,000 one-way tickets available. For travel until 21 Nov.Expired
Want to whizz between London and Cambridge, Clacton, Ipswich or Norwich for £5? Greater Anglia trains is having a sale across its network, with over 50,000 £5 one-way tickets available to and from London (see full map).
It’s valid for travel until Sun 21 Nov, but you need to book by 11.59pm Sun 31 Oct. Accompanying kids cost £1 each one-way (five to 15 years).
How to bag a cheap ticket
The sale’s online only - go to Greater Anglia to search for discounted seats. The tickets are valid for standard-class travel on off-peak trains.
Greater Anglia £5 advanced off-peak singles
Book online for travel between May and JulyExpired
Pay £5 each way for weekday journeys between London and Norwich when you book online at Greater Anglia by Sat 17 May. It's valid on advanced off-peak tickets between Mon 19 May to Fri 4 Jul. There were 30,000 tickets at the start of the sale on Thu 1 May, but Greater Anglia can't tell us how many are left, so go quick if you want one.
When and where can I travel?
The offer's valid (after 9.30am Mon-Fri) on inter-city routes between Norwich and London Liverpool Street (and all stations in between, including Ipswich and Colchester) and all branch lines which connect to inter-city services, where you can usually buy an advanced ticket.
This means you could travel from Norwich right into London or instead use the branch lines to get to destinations including Great Yarmouth, Bury St Edmunds, Lowestoft and Felixstowe.
Tickets can be printed at home, collected at the station or posted for free (allow five working days).
Excludes trains running from London to Stansted Airport. Excludes routes that aren’t on the inter-city service such as Braintree, Sudbury, Southminster and Upminster. There are no booking or credit card fees.