Research from Swytch Technology has shown that 26 percent of Brits are struggling to afford public transport to commute five days a week amidst the cost of living crisis. It’s become more important to find a way to save, and if you need to travel often via train, Trainline’s new deal is a great money saving hack.
Trainline offers season tickets, which save over a third of costs on train tickets as opposed to buying daily tickets, and gives Brits the flexibility to travel as much as possible between home and their destination.
Ideal for office commutes, Trainline has announced that for the first time ever it will be offering a deal where shoppers can save £15 off season tickets.
Available to any new or existing customers, all you need to do is enter the code HELLOSAVINGS at checkout in the Trainline app.
You can use it on season tickets priced at £30 or above, including Flexi, Weekly and Monthly from now until the end of February.
Plus, travellers can also save up to 31.5 percent off on tickets, railcards and routes on Trainline with Top Cashback.
Available to new and existing customers, Top Cashback offers deals where you can get money back when you sign up to be a Top Cashback member and spend on Railcards, which save up to £139 off train tickets.
You can also use the Top Cashback to save up to 5.25% off on routes between London and Manchester and up to 10.5% off selected European routes including Paris and Lyon, Madrid and Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia.
Here’s how you can redeem the deal.
1. Join Top Cashback and sign up here.
2. Search for Trainline and select “Get Cashback Now”
3. Shop on Trainline, add a Railcard or train fare, then checkout as usual.
4. The sign up bonus and cash back will appear in your Top Cashback account within seven days of your purchase. The cash back will become payable after the Trainline returns period is over and they have paid Top Cashback the commission for your purchase.
In addition, travelling on train can be much cheaper than booking flights and Trainline now offers several routes across the UK and Europe.
Available now, travellers can book advance train tickets from London to Edinburgh from £16.80 up, which is 61 percent cheaper than buying tickets on the day.
Plus, if you fancy travelling to Paris for a weekend away or Valentine’s Day, Trainline is offering cheap tickets on the Eurostar.
Currently, one-way tickets for travel between London and Paris, Lille, Brussels or Rotterdam start from just £39.
This story originally Appeared on Express.co.uk