Potential Industrial Action by Network Rail Staff
Thursday 04 to Friday 12 June 2015
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If you travel regularly along the same rail route, buying a Season Ticket makes a lot of sense in terms of saving time and money.
Season Tickets are valid for train travel on any day within the validity of the ticket. They are available for seven days, one calendar month, and any period between one and twelve months. A Season Ticket offers significant savings over buying the Anytime Day Return each day, and avoids having to queue repeatedly for your train ticket.
Customers holding a valid one month or longer Season Ticket may make their normal daily journey in First Class at weekends at no extra cost on First TransPennine Express services. Passenger Transport Executive (PTE) season tickets, for example, MetroCards, do not qualify for the weekend first class upgrade.
Reasons to Buy
NOTE: Season tickets must be accompanied by a photo card. A free photo card can be issued at any ticket office - simply provide a passport size photograph.
Occasionally the service may not run as planned - to find out how we may compensate Season Ticket holders in these circumstances please see page 9 of our Passengers Charter