Free 2-Month Family & Friends Railcard Offer

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Free 2-Month Family & Friends Railcard Offer


FAMILY & Friends Railcards give you huge savings on train trips across Britain when you travel with at least one child aged five to 15.

Up to four adults and four children can travel on one Family & Friends Railcard, which gets you one-third off adult fares and 60 per cent off children's fares.

And, of course, children aged under five go FREE!

A Family & Friends Railcard normally costs just [pounds sterling]26 for a year, but today Daily Mail readers are being offered a two-month Family & Friends Railcard for FREE.

Take the kids by train on great days out without breaking the bank. And going by train is half the fun. If you fancy a trip to the seaside, two adults and two children travelling from London to Bournemouth could save a hefty [pounds sterling]57.90 on a return trip!

Check out these other examples:

BLACKPOOL PLEASURE BEACH: Nottingham to Blackpool -- SAVE [pounds sterling]68.80 BRIGHTON SEALIFE CENTRE: Bristol to Brighton -- SAVE [pounds sterling]75.40

(Based on two adults and two children taking an off-peak, dayreturn journey).

You can nominate a second cardholder for your Family & Friends Railcard.

The other cardholder can use the Railcard when you aren't -- or you can both get the discounts if you're travelling together.

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