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  • Getting a railcard could put you on the right track for some decent savings, especially if you take the train often, as these cards get you one-third off most rail fares. If you want to get on board for some more discounts, you can get 34% off the cost of a digital railcard (which means the railcard is stored on your phone) when you purchase via third-party booking site Trip.com.

    To get this offer, you'll need to be new to Trip.com and also buy a train ticket via its app or website. Buying the train ticket will activate your digital railcard, and you'll need to do it within 30 days of your railcard being issued. So only use this offer if you're happy to buy a train ticket from Trip.com (there's no minimum spend so you could just search for the cheapest possible fare) or if you already had a train trip planned in the next month.

    How the offer works 

    Railcards normally cost £30 for one year (or £70 for three years on some cards), but enter the code RCD001 when selecting your digital railcard at Trip.com to get it for £19.80 for one year (or £46.20 for three, where available). The offer ends at 11.59pm on Tuesday 31 December 2024. The code is limited to one digital railcard, and remember you need to be new to Trip.com.

    Here's how to use the code:

    • Sign up for a free account at Trip.com. If you're given the option to enter the code while signing up, you can – enter RCD001 in the 'Promo code (optional)' box.
    • Once you're signed in to Trip.com, select the account/member icon and then 'Promo Codes'. Or in the app, go to the 'Account' tab and tap 'Vouchers & Promo Code'.
    • If you entered the code while signing up, your 34% off voucher will appear here. If you didn't, enter RCD001 in the 'Enter promo code' box ('Enter code' in the app). The voucher will then be added to this section.
    • Go to the 'Railcards' section (the 'Buy Tickets' tab, then the 'Get Railcards' button in the app) and choose the railcard you want. The discount should be automatically applied.
    • To activate your digital railcard, you'll need to buy any train ticket through Trip.com within 30 days of the railcard being issued. Trip.com says it doesn't charge a booking fee. If you don't activate your railcard, you'll be issued an automatic refund.

    The code can only be used to buy one of the following digital railcards: 16-17 Saver, 16-25 Railcard, 26-30 Railcard, Family & Friends' Railcard, Network Railcard, Senior Railcard and Two Together Railcard. The offer excludes the Disabled Person's Railcard and Veterans' Railcard.

    How to maximise the discount

    Newbies to Trip.com can also get 5% off their first UK train ticket purchase with the code TRIP555 – so you could use this code when buying the train ticket needed to activate your railcard.

    You don't have to purchase a railcard if you want to use this 5% off code. It is open to all newbies to Trip.com making their first UK train ticket purchase until 11.59pm on Tuesday 31 December.

    See our cheap train tickets guide for more ways to save on rail fares.

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Latest Expired Deals

  • 33% off digital railcards

    33% off digital railcards

    Trainline code gets a one-year railcard for £20 (normally £30)

    Expired

    Getting a railcard could put you on the right track for some decent savings, especially if you take the train often. These cards get you one-third off most rail fares, and right now you can save even more by getting 33% off the cost of a digital railcard (which means the railcard is stored on your phone) via ticket booking site Trainline*.

    How the offer works 

    Railcards normally cost £30 for one year (or £70 for three years on some cards), but enter the code 33YESPLEASE at the checkout at Trainline* to get it for £20 for one year (or £47 for three, where applicable). The code's valid until 11.59pm on Mon 28 Feb or until 300,000 railcards are sold using the code, whichever's first.

    The code can only be used to buy one of the following digital railcards: 16-17 Saver, 16-25 Railcard, 26-30 Railcard, Family & Friends' Railcard, Network Railcard, Senior Railcard and Two Together Railcard. The offer excludes the Disabled Person's Railcard and Veterans' Railcard, as they're not available via Trainline.

    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.

  • 15% off Two Together Railcard

    15% off Two Together Railcard

    Online code gets one-year railcard for £25.50 (normally £30)

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    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.