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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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Ivy Jones What about a railcard for people who have to go out and work every day?
The railcard costs [pounds sterling]30 and will be valid for one year, or until the passenger's 18th birthday if that comes earlier.
Unlike the 'millennial' Railcard, this Saver Card includes reduced rates on peak and season travel, reportsthe Mirror.
David Sidebottom, director at watchdog Transport Focus, welcomed the launch of the railcard, but claimed its benefits could have gone further to ensure all holders get discounted daily tickets for the duration of their studies.
Release date- 14082019 - Transport for Wales welcomes the Secretary of State for Transport's announcement of the launch of the 16-17 Saver railcard from September 2019 and have committed to providing further discounted fares for young people, starting in January 2020.
"While record numbers of people are saving money with the Disabled Persons Railcard, we want everyone to benefit from the improvements we're making which is why we're encouraging everyone eligible to sign up."
THE other day, I found a few old student railcards featuring photos of someone I barely recognised.
The new 16 & 17 Railcard will be launched this coming September (2019) with up to 1.2 million young people guaranteed a 50% discount on rail travel to coincide with the new academic year.
| Can you get a railcard? Many people can save a third off rail fares by getting a railcard.
Train companies have announced that a new railcard aimed at 26-30 year olds will be launched later this year.