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Disabled Persons Railcard

If you're a person living with a disability or you look after someone who does, find out more about the Disabled Persons Railcard discounts that are available. Discover when you can use it, where you can go with one and register now to get cheap train tickets for journeys across the UK.

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How much is a Disabled Persons Railcard?

The card costs £20 for a year or £54 for three years. The Railcard will allow both you and an adult companion to one third off most rail fares throughout the UK.

 

How much is a Disabled Child Railcard?

There isn't a Disabled Child Railcard as such. For all children under the age of five, train travel is free whilst travelling with a fare-paying adult. All children aged between five and 15 years get a 50% discount on most train journeys which works out better than any Railcard reduction. A child within the same age range can apply for a standard Disabled Rail Card which doesn't offer any additional discount but will grant an accompanying adult a third off their ticket as long as they travel together.

Where can I travel with my Disabled Persons Railcard?

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Trains to London

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Trains to Manchester

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Trains to Liverpool

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Trains to Birmingham

Can I buy a Disabled Persons Railcard at a train station?

Unfortunately, Disabled Persons Railcards are not available to buy at any UK station - you can only apply for the Disabled Persons Railcard online. You can only renew a Disabled Persons Railcard online, over the telephone or by post.

How to get a Disabled Persons Railcard.

You can apply for a Disabled Persons Railcard online or by post. For applications made online, please make sure you have a scan or photo of your evidence of eligibility that you can upload with your application and your card payment details. Allow 5 working days for your Railcard to be delivered. You can also download and complete an application form and post it with a copy of your evidence of eligibility and payment to:

Disabled Persons Railcard

PO Box 6613

Arbroath

DD11 9AN.

Make cheques and postal orders payable to 'Disabled Persons Railcard' and allow 10 working days for your Railcard to be delivered.

If you're after more money saving tips for cheaper train journeys in the UK, have a look at our cheap train tickets page. You can sometimes combine your Railcard with offers like GroupSave, Advance tickets and Off-Peak fares to benefit from extra savings.

 

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