Cheap Train Tickets
Looking for Cheap Train Tickets?
Booking cheap train tickets in advance, could save you anything up to 80% on the usual cost of tickets bought on the day of travel. The cheapest train tickets, known as advance type tickets normally become available around 12 weeks in advance of the date of travel
Typical journey prices
Take a look at just how much you could save simply by booking cheap train tickets in advance.
* Walk on fares shown are all off peak singles. The advance fares shown are all advance singles for standard class travel only available in advance and sold subject to availability.
Find Cheap Train Tickets with Raileasy
Raileasy is dedicated to helping you find the cheapest train train ticket for your journey. We are fully National Rail accredited and sell cheap train tickets for services operated by all train companies in the UK. As a completely independent, impartial retailer our site will always default to display the lowest fares available for your journey unless you specify otherwise
Raileasy's Best Fare Guarantee
Whilst we always recommend booking up to 12 weeks in advance to get the biggest discount, cheap train tickets are sometimes released a little later. If you book a journey and subsequently find cheap train tickets at a lower price for exactly the same journey available on our website - the same dates, same times, rebook the journey, let us know and we will refund you on the original, more expensive tickets in full.
Other Ways You Can Save on the Cost of Train Travel
1. Check our Cheapest Fare Finder
- If you're prepared to be completely flexible with your travel times, our realtime cheapest fare finder tool is just the ticket to finding cheap train tickets!
- Our cheapest fare finder tool searches a wider time frame than our ordinary search to flag up cheaper train tickets at different times of the day.
- Just click on the 'advanced options' tab on the bottom left hand side of the booking engine and select the option marked 'find the cheapest fares throughout the day'
2. Try Booking Split Train Tickets
- If there are no cheap advance rail fares on your route or you need flexible rail tickets, split ticketing or breaking the journey down into two or more smaller portions with a separate train ticket for each section could be the key to finding cheap train tickets.
- In many cases you won't even need to leave the train. Split ticket savings are available on 100s of routes across the National Rail network and are not limited to specific rail journeys or to particular train companies
- Split ticketing savings are available on both fixed time advance fares and flexible off peak and anytime train tickets
3. General Tips For Finding Cheap Train Tickets
- Cheap train tickets are only available in limited quantities and are sold on a first come, first served basis so if you know you're going to be travelling, plan ahead and book well in advance.
- Cheap train tickets are often available until 6pm the night before travel, so even if you've left it till to the last minute, as well as split fares, cheap train tickets offering savings of up to 30% on the cost of tickets bought on the day, could still be on sale.
- Cheap advance train tickets normally limit you to travelling on the trains booked. Even if you can't commit to travelling on a specific train, avoid travelling in rush hour- travelling off peak is cheaper!
- If you don't mind travelling for longer for cheaper, try searching for slower/overtaken trains to find cheaper train tickets
- If more than one company operates services along your route or there is more than one way to get to your destination e.g. going via, or avoiding London, comparing different train companies and different routes could save you £££s
So don't delay, check your route for cheap train tickets with Raileasy today, thinking ahead could save you a small fortune!