Are you 16 or 17 years old? Buy this railcard to save 50% on train tickets
What is a 16-17 Saver?
A railcard is a membership you pay for to get discounted train tickets. It’s a great investment because if you use your discount a few times, you can easily make your money back in savings.
A 16-17 Saver is a national railcard, meaning you can use it to travel with other train companies in the UK. It’s only available to 16 and 17 years olds and it’ll grant you 50% off most National Rail fares. That’s huge because other railcards only let you save a third usually.
How much does it cost?
It costs £30 for a one year membership, but it’s only valid until you’re 18 years old.
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What train tickets can I get discount on?
You can get discounts on many fares across Great Britain, except with Caledonian Sleeper and ScotRail. And, the savings only apply to Standard Class tickets.
Advance tickets are the cheapest of the three. They’re first come, first served, all you need to do is just search your journey and we’ll show you our cheapest available ticket.
You can save 50% on Season tickets, which is great if you’re travelling to school or college.
Discounted Season tickets that ran past your 16-17 Saver’s expiry can be used up to 4 months after your 16-17 saver ends. We’ll show you the date for this on your railcard.
How to use your 16-17 Saver
Plus, you’ll save more on top as we don’t charge booking fees, like other ticket sellers.
You’ll need to have your railcard with you to show to staff. If you don’t have it, you may be fined.