Why pay a booking fee? And if you dare use a credit card- they will charge you 4.50 for the priviledge. £8 in booking fees??
(Original post by Jenx301)
I live in Manchester and have been looking to go to London in August. I'm using thetrainline.com, I've managed to get my tickets for £24- although like Renacata said, these are tickets for specific trains so if I miss them Im screwed! If you want to book flexible tickets though (say, any off peak train on that day) then it will cost you a lot. One of those would cost me about £80!
Use red spotted hanky
Last edited by Spottedleopard; 14-06-2012 at 23:01.
You can try splitting your tickets - so you get more than one ticket for the journey e.g. say the journey starts at X and goes to Z and along the route is Y. It might be cheaper to get two tickets for the same journey - one from X to Y and another from Y to Z.
You can search for your journey on National Rail and then if you click the 'details' button like this (I've just done one from London to Birmingham as an example):
Then click 'show calling points' like this:
And then it gives you a list of stations:
Then you can split the tickets at, for example, Northampton, to see if it's cheaper to get one ticket from London to Northampton and then another from Northampton to Birmingham.
There's more about it here: http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/tra...-train-tickets
Last edited by Mazzini; 15-06-2012 at 14:44.