Since we’re all about getting you the best travel deals, not only does our Skyscanner app allow you to search, compare and buy train tickets for any UK route, we’re also giving you a nice little discount code to use on your next trip!Use the voucher in our app
It’ll save you £4 on your next two train journeys or £2 on each booking. Not too shabby. Another bonus is that, unlike other train booking platforms, we don’t charge a booking fee. You pay the ticket price – nothing more, and a little less when you use the voucher.
How to use the voucher?
- Download the Skyscanner app
- Sign up or log in to your account
- Select your train journey
- Enter the code SKYTRAIN at checkout
- Enjoy your journey!
Feel free to share the code with friends and family members planning a train trip – the more the merrier, we say. Just remind them to use it by the 30th of November when it expires.
Where are you going to go? We’ve got some ideas…
Take a weekend to visit the most beautiful villages in the UK – the likes of Port Isaac and Beddgelert don’t have international airports, so if you want to visit you’ll need to hop on a train to the nearest town and then bus or Uber the rest of the way. Trust us, they’re well worth it.
Save a packet by visiting the best free attractions in the UK – you’ve saved some dough on your train ticket, so keep on top of your budget by popping into some of Britain’s most underrated – and least pricy – attractions.
Take a day trip to one of the best castles in the UK – History buffs and Game of Thrones fans will especially enjoy wandering around these incredible ruins. One of our favourites, Stirling Castle, is a nice 15 minute stroll from the train station.
Use our 7 money-saving hacks to slash the cost of train tickets – Unfortunately our voucher code won’t last forever, but don’t worry: once it’s used up or expired, you can use our handy tips to keep the cost of tickets down.
Got some questions about booking trains with Skyscanner?
We’re known for our great deals on flights, so we don’t blame you for having a few questions. We’ve covered all the bases in our train booking FAQs.