The Scotsman - East Coast Rail Promotion

LONDON FROM ONLY £12.50
The Scotsman is starting off the New Year with a fantastic rail offer with East Coast, starting in paper on Wednesday 5th January.

You can save yourself pounds on some fantastic discounted East Coast rail fares from Scotland. There are literally thousands of promotional seats to book with cut-price fares from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen or many other stations in Scotland. You can enjoy amazing one way low fares like these:


  • Scotland to London from £12.50
  • Edinburgh to York from £10
  • Glasgow to Newcastle from £7.50
  • Edinburgh to Durham from £7
  • Aberdeen to Edinburgh from £6.50
Plus, why not treat yourself and travel in First Class style? As part of this offer, you can get some fabulous deals like these:

  • Edinburgh or Glasgow to London, one way, from £43
  • Glasgow to Newcastle, one way, from £17
  • Edinburgh to York, one way, from £23
Start 2011 with this fantastic rail offer!


Passwords:
1. my
2. rail
3. deal


So the web address is http://thescotsman.scotsman.com/myraildeal to register.

Info on the promotion is here
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Comments

  • East Coast's flat fare £8 promotion, which should have expired on 13 December, is still apparently live. I've found a handful of Glasgow / London King's Cross tickets for £8 still available in the last few days...

    You must book through this link, no passwords needed: http://tickets.eastcoast.co.uk/eight/
  • Quite annoying as this wasn't on their website or in their t&c's, just found this on another forum;

    'Bookings must be made at least 7 days in advance, online only, but you need to take a voucher from the newspaper when travelling. One voucher is valid for up to 4 passengers, another voucher will be required for more than 4. Maximum of 8 people per booking transaction.'

    So check any old last week Scotsman newspapers and get the voucher.
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  • I have used this before and they never asked to see the vouchers ever
    travelover
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