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Train fares


53+ years as a supporter!
Jan 20, 2007
Essex of course!
Hi all, saw an article in the Mail about ticket prices. There's a website called Ticket Split (or similar) that breaks your journey into a few smaller tickets and it's cheaper than buying straight through. The only stipulation is that the train must stop at the places on your tickets! I'm sure one of you fellow shrimpers will have tried this. I looked at Rochdale (just as an example) and it was £16 cheaper. Don't forget groupsave as well.

Ricky Otto

Mar 8, 2007

I use it a lot when I go to see my nan in wales, usually about 40% cheaper for me. I wasn't aware of the stipulation and if it is a stipulation I don't think it's enforced. I know I got on a fast train to Swansea and showed the ticket inspector 2 tickets which made up the journey and they were fine with it.