Plan Your Easter Escape As LNER Easter Tickets Go On Sale08/12/22
London North Eastern Railway (LNER) will place hundreds of thousands of tickets on sale for the Easter break from Thursday 8 December 2022, enabling customers to plan ahead for their Easter escape.
The Easter period always proves very popular, with people looking to either explore the many destinations along the 956-mile LNER route or make memories by meeting up with family or friends.
Tickets for LNER services between 6 to 10 April 2023, Maundy Thursday to Easter Monday, will be available from 8 December. From the same day, tickets for weekday services will also be available up to and including Friday 14 April 2023. Customers can sign up to LNER’s ticket alerts on the LNER website to be kept up to date as tickets are released.
David Horne, Managing Director at LNER, said: “We know how much people look forward to Spring and, for many, Easter is the first opportunity for people to get together or enjoy an Easter escape. The LNER route serves many fantastic destinations between Scotland, North East England, Yorkshire, the East Midlands and London. Our Easter tickets are on sale now to help people plan ahead and we look forward to welcoming customers onboard to enjoy the LNER experience.”
The best value fares are available when booked direct on the LNER website or app. There is no booking fee and customers can receive live journey alerts, select their preferred seat as well as receive £5 credit when they sign up for LNER’s loyalty programme, LNER Perks with a further 2 per cent on all future purchases. Customers are encouraged to make a seat reservation as services are expected to be popular. Further information can be found at: lner.co.uk
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