Network Railcard

Explore London and the South East for less with a Network Railcard. Get a 1/3 off Standard Off-Peak and Anytime tickets in the Network Railcard area and start exploring.

Who is the Network Railcard for?

The Network Railcard costs just £30 for one year and is available to anyone aged 16 and over.

Buy your Network Railcard here.

The Network Railcard discount applies to the card holder and up to three people travelling with them. That’s a 1/3 off rail travel to London and the South East’s popular destinations for four adults.

You can also take up to four children (aged 5 to 15) with the group and save 60% on the child fare.

Where can I travel using my Network Railcard?

A full map of destinations can be viewed here.

You can travel to the following popular destinations on the GWR network:


Enjoy cheaper travel into the capital – a fun city for all ages.

There’s so much to see and do in London with top attractions including Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, Buckingham Palace, the London Zoo and the Royal Parks. You could also enjoy a spot of shopping in Oxford Street or head to the theatre in London’s West End.

The 1/3 off discount also applies to Off-Peak Day Travelcards in London.

Discover what to do in London.

London Gatwick Airport

Do you fly from London Gatwick Airport a lot? If so, the Network Railcard gets you a 1/3 off rail tickets to the airport. Not only does this save you money but it means you won’t have to pay for airport parking.

How to get to London Gatwick Airport

South East

The Network Railcard also covers many other places in the South East including:


Home of the Royal residence, Windsor is an historical city with plenty to see and do. With Windsor Castle right by the station, there’s no better way to start your day before you take in the famous sites and landmarks of St George’s Chapel, Windsor Guildhall and Eton College, or take some time out in Windsor Great Park.

How to get to Windsor & Eton Central


This famous university city has many cultural attractions; stroll around the ancient colleges, relax by the river or go punting down the river. If you’re a fan of Downton Abbey, there are tours around Bampton Village and Highclere Castle, where the hit series was filmed.

Trains to Oxford

Thames Valley

Besides Windsor and Oxford, the Network Railcard covers other locations in the Thames Valley region such as Reading, Marlow, Henley-on-Thames, and Slough. You can go shopping at Reading’s The Oracle, enjoy a fancy meal at one of Marlow’s many restaurants, treat the kids to an ice skating experience in Slough or visit the idyllic market town of Henley-on-Thames.

Discover what to do in the Thames Valley.

Whatever the occasion, there are options for everyone with the Network Railcard.

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