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TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE UNTIL

10 July 2015

Advance tickets are available 12 weeks before travel

Ticket Availability Dates

Planning ahead and booking in advance will ensure that you get the cheapest train tickets for your journey.

Advance train tickets are generally available 12 weeks ahead of time. These are the cheapest train tickets you can buy and the earlier you book, the cheaper they are. 

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Ticket booking summary

Advance fares are now available on the following routes up to:

 

London route

Liverpool - Norwich

Monday – Friday

 

10 July 2015 

10 July 2015 

Saturday


04 July 2015 (excluding 20 June 2015)

04 July 2015

Sunday


05 July 2015 (excluding 21 June 2015)

05 July 2015

Key dates to look out for on our route

18 April

  • Charlton Athletic v Leeds

25 April

  • Everton v Manchester United
  • Millwall v Derby
  • Sheffield Wednesday v Leeds
  • Leyton Orient v Sheffield United

02 May

  • Watford v Sheffield Wednesday

23 and 24 May

  • Blockade between Kettering and Bedford. Only buses will run between Kettering and Bedford with trains connecting at either end.

12 - 14 June

  • Inclusive Download Festival. Expect trains to be busy from 10 - 15 June with campers. 

20 and 21 June

  • Luton Blockade.  Trains from the north start/terminate at Luton. Buses only between Luton and London.

21 June

  • 1 train per hour between Luton and Sheffield. Passengers for Nottingham will have to change at Leicester.

28 June

  • 1 train per hour between Luton and Sheffield. Passengers for Nottingham will have to change at Leicester.

05 July

  • 1 train per hour between London and Sheffield. Passengers for Nottingham will have to change at Leicester.