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railcards for people 26 years old and over

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    Is there a railcard for people aged 26 and over to transfer to when the 16-25 young persons railcard expired?
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    You have to pay normal prices some time, so no.


    EDIT: There isn't a general one that covers all operators anyway.
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    Some rail operators operate various discount cards, have a look on their websites.
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    Different rail operators have different discounts Like monthy passes which give you money off etc.
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    if in london/southeast area here http://www.railcard.co.uk/clientfiles/File/map.pdf theres the network railcard http://www.railcard.co.uk/network

    sadly not for the rest of us! need to be old... or young ... or disabled
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    If you are a full time mature student (any age - I am nearly 60), you can get the young persons railcard. You get some odd looks when you use it. I had to get my application signed by someone at the university and an official UEA stamp and then just went to the station with a photo.
    I wish I had known this earlier. Would have saved loads over the last 2 years.
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    You can get the 16-25 card if you are sill in education.
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    As others have said, if you are a student you can get one.
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    (Original post by sunfowers01)
    Is there a railcard for people aged 26 and over to transfer to when the 16-25 young persons railcard expired?
    if you are still in full time education, you can get national rail care. All you need is a letter form your education institution confirming that you are in full time education.

    Hope this helps.

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