Be sensible; save money on train tickets with thetrainline.com
At thetrainline.com we know that train travel can be expensive if you buy your train ticket on the day and that with all the different sorts of tickets on offer finding the right one can be confusing.
That's why everything we do is aimed at helping people make savings on train tickets.
That includes our TV advert which tells people that buying tickets in advance on thetrainline.com is the sensible thing to do because they could save money compared to buying on the day of travel. On average our customers save 43% by doing this.
Watch our TV ad
If you haven't seen our TV ad you can watch it here. Just click on the image to view.
That's not all; we offer Ticket Alert Emails so you're the first to know when Advance Fares come on sale. We even show you when peak and off peak times are.
What's the maths behind our 43% savings message?
We compared prices paid for Advance fare tickets on thetrainline.com (including the booking fee) versus buying on the day of travel.
The average saving made by customers buying Advance fares on thetrainline was 43%.
Advance fares are subject to availability and are not available on every route, but they are available on the vast majority of our most popular routes.
Savings are available on Advance fares only, but thetrainline.com makes it easy to find cheaper tickets and make savings: the cheapest available ticket for a journey is highlighted in orange and we have some handy tools to make finding cheap tickets quicker and easier - click here to find out more.