A Network Railcard is a discount card that makes train travel cheaper for anyone in the Network Railcard area - 1/3 off on adult Anytime and Off-Peak fares around London and the South East.
The Network Railcard costs £30 and is valid for 12 months.
The Network Railcard is valid for one adult aged 16+. You can travel with up to three adults and they'll get the same 1/3 off. You can also bring up to four children aged 5-15, with 60% off on child fares.
Here, you can find a map of the Network Railcard area. Your Railcard will be valid on all highlighted routes, which are run by the following train companies:
c2c, Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry, East Midland Railway, Gatwick Express, Great Northern, Great Western Railway, Greater Anglia, Heathrow Connect, Heathrow Express, London Northwestern Railway, LNER, London Overground, Southeastern, Southern, South Western Railway, Stansted Express, TfL Rail, Thameslink, Avanti West Coast.
Please note that certain journeys with these train companies may not be covered with the Network Railcard (such as journeys that end up outside the Network Railcard area – see map).
Choose and register your Network Railcard
Upload a photo for your Railcard
Sign in to your Trainline account on the app
Apply your Railcard for 1/3 off ticket purchases!
Absolutely. In fact, having more than one Railcard can help you save even more. You can store and manage multiple Railcards easily in our app.
The Network Railcard goes well with a Two Together Railcard
On weekends and public holidays, you can use your Network Railcard to get discounted tickets at any time during the day. However, during normal working days from Monday to Friday, you won't be able to use your Railcard until after 10:00*, subject to a minimum fare of £13.
*Some train companies may allow for earlier travel, please check with them directly or at a station.
Up to four adults can travel on a single Network Railcard, and they'll also save 1/3 on the price of their train tickets.
Yes. Although your Railcard will live in your Trainline App, it can still be used with tickets bought elsewhere.
You can buy the digital Network Railcard online with Trainline. The Railcard will be stored in your Trainline app, meaning your tickets and Railcards are all in one place.
Yes, to buy a Network Railcard you must provide a photograph to upload or send off as part of your application.
Network Railcards bought through Trainline will only work on iPhones using iOS 13 and above. As such, some older iPhone models running iOS versions below iOS 13 may not be able to support Railcards. Make sure you check which software version your iPhone is running before purchasing a Railcard.
* Average savings based on the difference between all fares booked by Trainline customers with a Railcard over the period of a year and those same fares without the Railcard discount applied.