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Free 2 months Family and Friends Railcard and then 50% off annual railcard
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Old 30-04-2010, 4:47 PM
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Default Free 2 months Family and Friends Railcard and then 50% off annual railcard

Did a search and nothing came up but Daily Mail are doing this again

http://www.familyandfriends-railcard.co.uk/dailymail

Plus an offer to get 50% off a year's card once this expires

From 5th July 2010 (until 1st August 2010) you will be able to take advantage of the special 50% discount offer when you buy a 12-month Family & Friends Railcard online. So you might want to make a note of this date to ensure your Epic Savings continue - for only £13 for another whole year.

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Old 30-04-2010, 5:02 PM
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Thank you I have 3 train journeys next month with my son and was planning to buy a railcard but forgot so this is great! (I hope it gets to me quickly!)
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phhh! I just bought a railcard for £19.50 with the 25% discount as needed it for urgent travelling. never mind, I did save money on my tickets.
Make £10 a day October 2014 £329.58
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Old 01-05-2010, 1:17 PM
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Don't forget, if you have a child approaching 16 to get one of these cards the day before their birthday:

Special notes regarding children’s tickets

Children aged under 16 at the time that the Railcard is purchased may still travel at the discounted child’s fare throughout the validity period of the Railcard, even though they become 16 years old during that time. If the only child in the Family & Friends Railcard group is aged under five years, the Railcard holder must purchase a discounted ticket for that child in order for the Railcard holder(s) to qualify for the discount on their tickets.
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mine arrived today
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registration now closed..?
What does the Scroll Lock button do, exactly..?
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Old 19-05-2010, 8:28 PM
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OP still waiting

Did email and they are putting another one in the post in case its gone missing
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Ours arrived today.
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Mine arrived today too
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Old 14-06-2010, 8:16 PM
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The 2010 code to get the £13 (50% off) family & friends railcard is Mail50 again this year.

Last edited by Bargainhunter123; 14-06-2010 at 8:19 PM. Reason: More info
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Old 04-07-2010, 5:00 PM
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Just a heads-up that the 50% starts tomorrow

"From 5th July 2010 (until 1st August 2010) you will be able to take advantage of the special 50% discount offer when you buy a 12-month Family & Friends Railcard online. So you might want to make a note of this date to ensure your Epic Savings continue - for only £13 for another whole year"

Code is Mail50
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I can't get one. It's not working.

It seems that I had to have registered for the free 2 month trial first in order for the code to work. Tried everything; registering a new unused email address etc and I just cannot get it to work.

Ah well. Found a 20% off code so will have to use that instead.
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the code still works for 50% off but no longer giving 2 months free even though were not yet in august when the offer ends!
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