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Most tickets are available until 14.04.2017
Travelling in a group of 10 or more? For a range of great discounts and benefits get in touch with our dedicated Group Travel team on 03457 125 678
There are various railcards and discounts available for disabled and older passengers.
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When a registered visually-impaired person travels with a companion and does not hold a railcard, the following discounts on Anytime/Day tickets apply for both customers.
To use these discounts, a document confirming the disability, issued by a recognised institution (e.g. Social Services Department, Local Authority, Guide Dog Ownership certificate, Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) or St Dunstans) is required.
Blind or partially sighted people can be issued with one adult season ticket to cover two persons; the two travelling for the price of one. A different companion may travel on different days.
Passengers travelling in their own wheelchairs throughout the journey, who do not hold a railcard will be given the following discounts on
There is a Disabled Persons Railcard available in a one year or three year option. Both give discounts of up to a third on most rail tickets. One adult accompanying the railcard holder can also travel at the reduced fare.
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If you are 60 or over you can buy a Senior Railcard. This gives you up to a third off most rail fares throughout the rail network in the UK. They are valid for one year or three years (you can choose which one to buy).
You can buy it online, on the phone or at any staffed station with your passport or UK driving licence as proof of age. At stations you can also use your birth certificate. For more information, call 0345 300 0250.