Save 40% off train tickets with UniDays

Heading back to uni? Get there for less (40% less!) 

To help your budget stretch further, we've teamed up with UNiDAYS, the home of student discounts, to give you an amazing 40% off Advance train tickets for travel from the 23 September 2020 to 15 December 2020

How to get your discount

  1. First off you need to prove you're a real student via the UNiDAYS tool below
  2. You'll then get a unique discount code sent to you
  3. Then you simply use your unique code below to book your train tickets.

10 things you need to know about this offer

  1. The discount is only available if you've registered and verified your student status with UNiDAYS and received your unique code and can only be used once.
  2. Your code needs to be entered at the start of your booking on the ‘Promotional Offers’ page which is accessed through the UNiDAYS booking tool on this page.
  3. The discount applies to one single or return trip for yourself only.
  4. You can only use it on Standard Advance tickets which means your tickets are valid on the booked date and train only.
  5. The usual Advance ticket terms and conditions apply.
  6. This discount is not valid conjunction with any other offers, discounts or Railcards and eVouchers.
  7. Tickets are subject to availability and there is very limited availability at peak times.
  8. See ticket price breakdown for info on how much money you are saving per journey.
  9. You can travel between 23 September 2020 and 15 December 2020. The following travel dates are excluded from this offer:
    • 24 October 2020 to 1 November 2020
    • Please check before you travel as we will be facing major engineering works between November and December 2020.
  10. You can use this discount on selected LNER direct trains between the following stations: Edinburgh, Alnmouth, Berwick, Newcastle, Durham, Darlington, Northallerton, York, Doncaster, Retford, Newark Northgate, Wakefield Westgate, Leeds, Hull, Bradford, Lincoln, Grantham, Peterborough, Stevenage, London King's Cross.