Senior Railcard

Get your hands on a Senior Railcard and save 1/3 on Standard and First Class Anytime, Off-Peak and Advance fares, as well as PLUSBUS tickets.

How can I get a Senior Railcard?

The Senior Railcard is easy to get, and costs just £30 for a year, or £70 for three years, when you buy online. Just create your account, and pop in a few details and make a payment.

All you need is:

  • a valid passport number, or UK driving licence
  • a debit or credit card
  • buy online here

After a couple of trips, the card will have paid for itself. Over a year, the average customer saves £120*.

*Average saving is based on the average saving made by Senior Railcard holders in 2016/17.

What happens next?

You’ll be sent your Senior Railcard free of charge. Please allow five working days for it to arrive. Once you get it you can enjoy cheaper rail travel.

Enjoy the best of Britain by train

With a Senior Railcard, you can explore the very best of Britain – for less. Whether you want to walk around famous university cities such as Oxford, Cardiff and Bath or enjoy a tour of Windsor, you can do so with money still in your pocket.

If the capital calls, London is home to many top attractions from Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, to the West End and Trafalgar Square – so what are you waiting for. Buy your Senior Railcard today online and enjoy discounted travel that will leave you with more money to spend on activities.

Or, why not head to the coast with Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Swansea Bay, and the Isles of Scilly all within easy reach. Take a look at our top destinations.

Be sure to renew your Senior Railcard in good time to enjoy more discounted adventures.

Senior Railcard offers and benefits

The great thing about the Senior Railcard is that, as well as cheap rail travel, you can also enjoy a 1/3 off PLUSBUS tickets. This allows you to travel by train and bus for less.

You’ll also benefit from other Senior Railcard offers and rewards. These are updated regularly, and will make sure you save money not just on train travel, but on other activities such as eating out, or going to West End shows. Be sure to keep an eye on what’s available.

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