The official retailer of Railcards by National Rail

 

Get 1/3 off train travel for adults and 60% off for kids

If you are travelling, travel with confidence

 

Buy Now Renew my Railcard

Family in the fields
Pie chart with fractions to illustrate a 1/3 off train tickets for adults and 60% off for kids with a Railcard. 1/3 off rail travel for adults and 60% off for kids
Pound sign to display the two ways of buying a Family and Friends Railcard. Just £30 for 1 year or
£70 for 3 years
group icon to show that adults can travel with up to 4 children. Up to 4 adults travelling together with up to 4 kids

How much can I save?

People with a Family & Friends Railcard save on average £114 per year*, and the Railcard typically pays for itself within 3 journeys. If you’re travelling here’s an example of some of the savings you can make

IconLondon - Sheffield

Railcard price

£237 £134.30*
IconLondon - Brighton

Railcard price

£39.80 £30.85*
IconManchester - Blackpool

Railcard price

£56.10 £31.80*

Get special offers and rewards from our partners

IHG® Hotels & Resorts image

IHG® Hotels & Resorts

As a Railcard holder, when you’re ready to travel and explore new locations, you can...

Gourmet Society image

Gourmet Society

Spend quality time with loved ones for less with Gourmet Society

tastecard image

tastecard

As a Railcard holder make 'in in' the new 'out out' with a FREE 3-month tastecard...

How does using a Railcard work?

 

Get your Railcard

Buy your discounted train tickets

Have your Railcard with you when you travel

Owl icon

Eligibility and terms of use

  • Buy a Railcard and keep it with you when you travel (on your phone or wallet)
  • Save on most tickets including Advance tickets
  • Valid at Off-Peak for journeys in London & SE
  • Railcard holder must travel with a child for discount to apply

Read full eligibility and usage terms

Need help getting or using your Railcard?

Need help? Can't figure out what card to buy? Or just have a question?

Get help

Can I use my Railcard for tickets for travel on the London Underground?

Show faq answer

What happens if my child turns 16 while my Family & Friends Railcard is still valid?

Show faq answer

Can I use my Family & Friends Railcard at any time of day?

Show faq answer

Am I eligible to use a Family & Friends Railcard?

Show faq answer