Greater Anglia cuts fares by over 30%* on travel between London and Cambridge

Thursday, 24 May 2018

Greater Anglia has announced that they are cutting the cost of rail travel between London Liverpool Street and Cambridge by up to 33%*.

Passengers can now travel between the capital and the centre of Cambridge from as little as £13 for a Weekend Day Return, which is a saving of 24.9%. The new fares makes Greater Anglia the cheapest way to travel between the two cities, with the new lower fares available across many ticket types, including Weekday Anytime Return or Singles, Weekly Travelcard Season tickets and all Off-Peak tickets.

These new fares allow both Cambridge commuters to London and leisure travellers from Cambridge and London to travel between the two cities with ease at the lowest cost available. Greater Anglia now offers the cheapest option for Cambridge commuters to get in to the capital at peak times, with singles from just £22.50 and returns from £36.80, a saving of 7.8% and 8.8% respectively.

The fare cuts are part of Greater Anglia’s commitment to its passengers, ensuring they can travel easily and at good value between two of the UK’s most popular cities.

“There’s some great opportunities for travellers across the region to save money,” said Martin Moran, Greater Anglia Commercial Director. “With these new low cost fares, we are making it easier and cheaper for both leisure and business passengers to travel between two of the UK’s greatest cities”.

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*The May Fares changes take place on 20th May this year. Passengers can save 33.9% on the cost of a Weekend Super Off-Peak Single between London Liverpool Street and Cambridge North. All savings are in comparison to previous Greater Anglia fares. These low prices are available on tickets between Cambridge and London Liverpool Street only.