TransPennine Express Deals
0 Current Deals
If you work for the NHS, sign up for free to Health Service Discounts and you can get a code for 20% off TransPennine Express advance fares (including first-class). The rail operator has services covering the north of England and Scotland including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, York and Newcastle.
To get the deal, sign up/log in at this Health Service Discounts link – you'll then be able to access the TransPennine offer link and code. A maximum of eight discounted tickets can be bought using one code. An advance ticket is for a single journey, so if you want a return you'll need to buy two advance singles.
For more ways to save on train travel, see our Cheap train tickets guide.
Latest Expired Deals
TransPennine 50% off with 16-25 Railcard
Valid on advanced non-refundable faresExpiredAnyone with a 16-25 Railcard can get 50% off advanced fares when they book through the TransPennine Express website before 6pm the day prior to travel.
This beats the usual 34% discount, however it's worth noting tickets are non-refundable.
If you download the app you can get the discount by using the code TPESTUDENT.
Tickets are only valid on the date and train service booked.
TransPennine Express 25% off advance tickets
Standard and first class tickets for travel until 2 AprilExpired
Until 11.59pm on Tue 31 Jan, TransPennine Express is offering 25% off all advance train tickets on its network in the North West of England and Scotland (see full map), for travel until Sun 2 Apr, eg, Manchester to Edinburgh from £24.80 return and Liverpool to Leeds from £12.50 return.
To get the discounted tickets, you'll need to book by Tue 31 Jan at this TransPennine Express link (the discount will be applied automatically) – or you can book via its app and enter the code APP25.
The 25% off is available on all TransPennine Express standard and first class advance tickets, but it can be hit and miss as to whether the train you want has advance fares left and it may involve a bit of trial and error to find the cheaper fares – but there will be more availability the further in advance you book.
TransPennine Express says tickets are available on the majority of longer distance journeys and need to be booked before 6pm the day before travel.
Once you've selected your travel dates, discounted fares will have a red asterisk (*) beside them. For return trips, you'll have to book two singles, so check both are at the discounted rate before booking. Discounted child tickets are available in this offer for half the price of an adult ticket.
It's worth noting that these tickets are only valid for the specific train selected when booking, and are non-refundable. If you have a railcard, you can use it to make an even bigger saving.