Cheap Day

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Concessionary Fares On The British Railway Network - Railcards - Local Railcards - Valleys Line Railcards
1999, at a cost of £5.00 for one year, and gives a 50% discount on Cheap Day Return fares for journeys wholly within the Valley Lines area ... this costs £9.00 for one year, and gives a 26% discount on Standard Day and Cheap Day Single and Return fares in the area, and a 10% discount on Seven Day Season Tickets ... Originally, only Cheap Day Returns and season ticket received a discount ...
16–25 Railcard - Ticket Types and Discounts
... A 50% discount on Day Returns (valid at all times, for return on the same day) and Off Peak Day Returns (valid outside peak hours, again for return on the same day) was available from 30. 34% off Saver, Standard Single, Standard Return, Standard Day Return and Cheap Day Return tickets 34% off Rail Rovers of all types 34% off One Day ... of discounts is very similar to that which applies as of 2007 34% off Cheap Day Singles and Cheap Day Returns 34% off Standard Day Singles and Standard Day Returns (subject ...
Concessionary Fares On The British Railway Network - Railcards - Local Railcards - Devon & Cornwall Railcard
... who must be aged 16 or over) and one accompanying adult of 34% on Cheap Day and Saver Singles and Returns for journeys wholly within the two ... The only exception is the St Ives Bay Line Day Ranger, which is discounted by 50% when the Railcard is used ... for point-to-point tickets, or £2.00 for Day Rangers ...

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