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railcard

Brit an identity card that young people or pensioners in Britain can buy, which allows them to buy train tickets more cheaply
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This is due to the exceptionally high volume of traffic on the 26-30 Railcard website.
Can't get hold of the new millennial railcard due to high levels of demand crashing the railcard.
Statistically, thats one railcard for every 500 people in the 26-30 age group - meaning it's likely that tens of thousands of people will have rushed online to get one this morning.
There was previously no nationwide railcard available for people travelling alone between the ages of 26 and 59 unless they were disabled or in the armed forces.
Chancellor Philip Hammond announced the proposals for the discount 26-30 Railcard in his Autumn Budget in November.
If you're aged between 16-25 or a mature student, and think you've got what it takes to become National Rail's next Chief Adventure Officer, then all you need to do is create a 60 second video about your last trip and submit it on the 16-25 Railcard website before Sunday, February 11 2018.
It is expected to operate on a similar basis to the 16-25 railcard which has been available in one form or another since 1974.
There are national rules around railcards, where you can and cannot get the discount from," a source said.
Four million railcard customers - such as people under 25 and over 60s - made more than 130 million journeys last year, saving up to a third off most fares.
The job involves travelling and then sharing your adventures in video blogs on the 16-25 railcard website.
The up-gradation of the digital railcard is a initiative for mobile ticketing and maintains a fruitful pilot of mobile ticketing consisting a number of train operators in the north of England.