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15% off Two Together Railcard
Online code gets one-year railcard for £25.50 (normally £30)
The Two Together Railcard is a great way for two adults to save while travelling together by train, as it knocks a third off the cost of off-peak rail fares (see terms and restrictions below).
A one-year railcard normally costs £30, but enter the code VDAY15 online at Two Together Railcard* before 11.59pm on Tue 19 Feb and you'll pay just £25.50.
That means if you spend over £75 on eligible train fares in a year, even if it's on one journey, then it's worth getting one as the savings beat the cost of the card.
How the railcard works
Two of you get a joint railcard, with both of your photos on it (you'll need to upload these when you order the card). You must travel together but you can have more than one card, eg, one with your spouse and one with a friend you go to football with – you'll both get a third off your train fare.
To save on days out, you can get 2for1 entry to 300+ attractions with a valid train ticket. For more tips, see Cheap Train Tickets.
The Two Together Railcard can't be used on trains that depart between 4.30am and 9.29am weekdays, except public holidays. For full terms and conditions, see Two Together Railcard*.
You can only get the 15% discount offer online and not at railway stations.
Have a Tesco Clubcard?
If you have a Tesco Clubcard with enough points, you could use your Clubcard vouchers to get a one-year railcard for £10 in vouchers. See National Railcards for £10 in Tesco points.
Two Together railcard £27 - gets couples 1/3 off fares
Special code gets 10% off the new couples railcard
We're big fans of railcards, and the Two Together Railcard is a great way for two adults (16+) to save while travelling, as it knocks a third off rail fares.
The card normally costs £30, but enter the code TOGETHER10 online by Wed 30 Apr and you'll get 10% off, making it £27 for the year. You can also buy the railcard at staffed National Rail stations, though you'll pay £30 there. Just a couple of decent-length trips easily covers the cost of the card.
You must be travelling together for the entire journey. The only time you can't use it is between 4.30am and 9.30am on weekday mornings.
You can have as many of these railcards with different people as you want, so you can couple up with your mum on one and buddy up with your best mate on another.
Boost savings even further by splitting tickets
This is a big trick. Instead of buying a return tickets for the whole journey, bizarrely, buying single/return tickets for its constituent parts separately can slash the price – even though you're travelling on exactly the same train.
Use this in conjunction with your railcard for serious savings. Try it yourself with our new split ticket iPhone app or the split ticket mobile site.
Got kids, are you over 60 or under 25?
If you've kids, the Family and Friends Railcard may be better for you. Under 25? Try the 16-25 Railcard. Or if you're 60+, you'll be eligible for the Senior Railcard.
You may be able to save even more if you've a stash of Tesco points. You can boost their value by swapping points for a railcard. See our Boost Tesco Points guide and for more tricks on train fares, see our Cheap Train Tickets guide.
First class delivery is free. If you're ordering online, an extra week’s validity will be added from the date you order to allow for any delay in postage.
Only one railcard can be used per journey. The two adults must be travelling together for the entire journey.
There's no limit on the number of codes which can be used, so everyone entering the code by Wed 30 Apr will pay £27 for a one year card.