Epic savings on days out on the train just got better with the launch of a 3-year Railcard. The new 3-year Railcard costs £65 and allows holders to save 1/3 on the price of most rail fares across Great Britain for a full three years.
The new 3-year card means rail travellers can save an additional £7 on the cost of renewing for 3 consecutive years. It’s blockbusting news for those enjoying the resurgence of rail travel in the current credit crunch era.
Available across the National Railcard suite of 16-25, Family & Friends and Senior Railcards, savvy shoppers will be sure to snap up the 3-year Railcard. For example, with the average saving of £366 over 3 years, the 16-25 Railcard offers a sound investment for young professionals struggling with the rising cost of living.
The new 3-year Railcard is available for purchase online only and is despatched within one working day of application, making it suitable for even the most spontaneous traveller.
Andrew Robertson, Head of Marketing for National Railcards, comments:
It’s clear that Railcard holders are money conscious and recent research has shown us that people are keen to lock-in their savings for as long as possible. Domestic travel by train around Britain is enjoying a popular revival, driven by increased fuel prices combined with people’s desire to be as green as they can be. We expect 3-year Railcards will be a popular option for our customers.