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    As the title suggests, can anyone let me know the difference between the Rail card and Coach card?

    I already got a young persons coach card that I got for opening an account with Natwest and an Oyster card for london.
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    Surely one is for coaches and the other for trains :curious:
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    I am international student and still haven't gotten the hang of how things work around here... If you could be bit more elaborate it would be helpful...
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    A coach is like a bus that travels between cities. Slower and less comfortable than a train, but generally less expensive.
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    Great... Thanks mate...
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    The coach generally takes much longer, in my experience.
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    Wanted to get to cardiff in a month... So wanted to check if they are different...
 
 
 
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