TheTrainLine Promotional Codes
Want to book last minute train tickets without paying last minute prices? Then visit thetrainline.com; your first stop for cheap fares and book-in-advance discounts for …destinations across the UK. Inaugurated in 1997 by the Virgin Group, thetrainline.com was the first train booking site of its kind to partner with transport providers across the UK, offering discounts exclusively for train travel. Launched in 1999, the company's online and telephone channels initially sold tickets for UK destinations only. However, the subsequent popularity of the service over the next decade led to the expansion of the company, and the launch of thetrainline-europe.com (in beta phase) in early 2013. Now partnered with over 14 train operators across the UK, The Train Line is the nation's first choice for cheap train travel and last minute bookings. Whether booking your train journey a month in advance, or the night before, thetrainline.com has a range of great online and mobile tools to help you save up to 40% on fares. If you already have a departure date in mind, the handy 'Ticket Alert' feature will inform you of the cheapest tickets available as soon as they go on sale – either by text, or via email straight to your inbox. Alternatively, if you're not too fussed about departure times, you can use the 'Best Fare Finder' tool to track down the cheapest tickets available – including those with open returns. With a database of over 293 million ticket and journey combinations updated daily, The Train Line has all routes covered for online customers. For more spending money and even bigger savings, use our discount codes when you book with The Train Line today!
How to use TheTrainLine Promotional Codes
Save on train travel with Thetrainline
If you’re looking to take a train trip, check out Thetrainline first. They’ve got discounted train tickets across the UK, and if you book in advance you could save even more!
Search for tickets
From the search box on the homepage, click “more options.” Enter your station(s) and travel dates, then get ready to enter your code.
Apply your code
Back at Promotional Codes, find a code to use on your tickets and copy it, then back at Thetrainline, paste the code in the “promotional codes” box and click “check fares and availability.”
Select your tickets
Review the timetable and click “show prices,” then tick the trip you’d like to buy and click “next.” Select whether you’d like to reserve a seat; if so, tick your seat preferences. If no, click if you’d like travel insurance or a plusbus ticket and click “continue.”
Log in or register
Log in or click “new customer” to create an account. Enter your contact information, create a password and click “register now.”
Choose delivery options and payment
Select a delivery option and click “continue.” Review the details of your trip one last time, agree to the terms and conditions, then click “proceed to payment.” Click "buy tickets" once you're all done; your tickets will be posted, or you can pick them up at a ticket kiosk at your station.
TheTrainLine Customer Reviews
I often book through Trainline.com and found them to be extremely efficient on line and posting the tickets, next day! I had to obtain a refund one time and the system was very easy to use and the money was refunded into my account no problem. Would not look for any other company to buy my tickets. Very satisfied!
I always book through Trainline, it's quick and easy to use the website and have always got my tickets on time by post or simply picking up at the station, I always recommend your website to frineds.
I found the Trainline site easy to use, and although I was a bit apprehensive about booking my tickets from London to Brighton since the trip was the next day but I was able to pick them up at the station with no hassles. The only annoyance was that the website makes you sign up for an account and there's no option to check out as guest, which lengthens the process a bit.
I booked a couple of tickets through trainline phone app and was delighted at the cost but... When I picked up the tickets they were for different times than I booked. I emailed them and they eventually agreed to refund but only if I re-booked with them. So I called them and they couldn't match the price I had paid. To cut a very long story short, I 've had to post, recorded delivery, at my expense, the tickets back to trainline and wait for a refund. Really not happy with them at all!! My advice, if you are going to use trainline, don't do it on the phone!!
I've been using theTrainline for years to book regular travel up and down the country. The website is easy to use, you just type in your dates, locations and they provide you with the trains available. They present all the ticketing options so you can get the most value-for-money option for you and it's really quick. You pay (you can save your details so you don't have to fill payment details in every time) and then you receive a code by email that you can use to pick up your ticket, or you can opt to get your tickets sent to you in the post. It really is an efficient service and it has never failed me. The only problem I have is if you need to change or cancel your train it's difficult to get a straight forward exchange or refund. That really is my only complaint though. Love this website!