More and more Savings with your RAILCARD
Get out more with a Railcard! Great savings are available on rail travel for a small initial cost that is likely to be covered in a couple of journeys. Then every time you use it, you’ll be saving money. Best of all there are different types of railcards for almost everyone.
Which one is right for you?
|Family & Friends Railcard||£30|
|HM Forces Railcard||£15|
|Disabled Persons Railcard||£20|
For Family & Friends
It’s just £30 for a Family & Friends Railcard - adults save 1/3 and kids 60% for a whole year on most rail fares throughout Britain. Up to 4 adults and 4 children can travel on one card and they don’t even need to be related! At least one named cardholder and one child must be travelling together for the whole journey.
Get your railcard online now: Family & Friends Railcard
For two travelling together
Two adults save 1/3 for a whole year on most rail fares throughout Britain. The Two Together Railcard is a 1-year Railcard for any two named people aged 16 or over, who travel together on the train.
Get your railcard now: Two Together Railcard
For Young Adults and Students
As the name suggests, you're eligible if you're aged 16-25! You can also apply if you're 26+ and in full time study. For just £30 you'll save 1/3 on fares throughout Great Britain for 12 whole months.
Get your railcard online now: 16 - 25 Railcard
For just £30, a Senior Railcard will save you 1/3 on most Standard and First Class rail fares throughout Britain for a whole year.
Get your railcard online now: Senior Railcard
HM Forces Railcard
The HM Forces Railcard costs £15 and it'll save you 1/3 on most rail fares throughout Great Britain for a whole year. That works out to under £2 a month for huge savings. You're eligible if you're a member of the Regular Forces or a spouse of a member
Get your railcard online now: HM Forces
The Network Railcard costs £30 for a year and gives savings on most rail fares throughout the South East of England. Adults can save 1/3 and kids 60% on leisure journeys, a bargain like no other.
For more information: Network Railcard
Disabled Persons Railcard
If you are a disabled person you may be eligible to save 1/3 on most standard and first class rail fares for you and one adult travelling with you. The card costs just £20 for a year or £54 for three years.
For more information visit: disabledpersons-railcard.co.uk
You may be entitled to concessionary fares depending on your circumstances. Please visit our concessionary fares page to find out more.
From 2nd January 2013 the Railcard replacement fee for lost or damaged Railcards will be increased to £10.