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Get Savvy With Rail Fares

If your either a part time or a full time student you will more or likely be on a tight budget this meaning that your money has to stretch that little bit further with things such as train tickets. Train ticket fares can often rocket into the hundreds of pounds so It’s vital that train tickets can be found at cheap prices.

Our team of cheap train ticket experts have searched high and low across the train companies network to provide you with the latest student offers and discounts across the rail network to save you money!!

50% OFF All Student Train Tickets with First Transpennine Express

If you’ve got a 16-25 persons rail card then you are eligible for a whopping 50% off all train tickets when you book online using your card at which is the website for the UK train company First Transpennine Express.

If you have not got a 16-25 persons rail card then you are missing out on massive discounts when you purchase train tickets.

To take advantage of this offer and save 50% on your tickets please visit

Student Train Tickets From Just £1

Another great place to get bargain train tickets from is from Mega Trains one of the UK’s cheapest train ticket booking companies which is operated by Stagecoach. The £1. fares are available on a range of providers such as South West Trains, East Midlands Trains and Virgin Trains networks.

Mega Trains are huge they have well over 200 destinations which you can book online. To take advantage of scoring a possible £1 train ticket please head over to the megatrains website.

Get A Third OFF All Train Tickets

If you’re a student studying at either college or University in the United Kingdom you can get a third of all rail fares when you purchase a 16-25 persons rail card. Also called a student rail card, it gives you access to a variety of discounts and offers aboard a range of train companies in Great Britain.

A Student Rail Card initial costs £28 but if you’re a regular traveller on the rail network then the initial payment will be worth the expense.

Some student banks such as Natwest and HSBC are offering free student rail cards when you sign up to their banking services.