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

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£70 for 3 years
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How much can I save?

People with a Family & Friends save on average £150 per year**, or £5.32 per journey^. If you’re travelling here’s an example of some of the savings you can make on train tickets:

IconLondon - Sheffield

Railcard price

£69.00 £39.30*
IconLondon - Brighton

Railcard price

£60.90 £32.55*
IconManchester - Blackpool

Railcard price

£24.00 £13.50*

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How does using a Railcard work?

 

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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

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

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

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

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