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How many times can you use ASOS Unidays code?  
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How often do you get 30% off at Kohls?  
Can over 30 get a Railcard?  
What discount do Nordstrom employees get?  
  
  
How many times can you use ASOS Unidays code?  
Your discount can't be used in conjunction with any other offer and you can only use one code per order including our free delivery codes. ASOS reserve the right to terminate this discount without notice. Your student discount is non-transferable.  
  
  
What is a credit receipt?  
Credit Receipt: A document evidencing the return of merchandise by a Cardholder to a Merchant or other refund made by the Merchant to the Cardholder.  
  
  
How often do you get 30% off at Kohls?  
That being said Kohl's cardholders receive a 30% off promo code at least once a month. Kohl's cardmembers are sent special promotions on a regular basis one of which being the coveted 30% discount. If you apply for a card you'll receive a 30% off coupon 12 times a year.  
  
  
Can over 30 get a Railcard?  
You must be between 26-30 to buy a 1-year 26-30 Railcard. You can buy it up to and including the day before your 31st birthday and keep using it until its expiry date. I am aged between 26 and 30 years old.  
  
  
What discount do Nordstrom employees get?  
What Exactly is the Nordstrom Employee Discount? Their employee discount is either 20% -or- 33% depending on your level of employment. Regular hourly employees get a 20% discount while management gets a very solid 33% discount.  
  
  
Can you tell if an Amazon gift card has been redeemed?  
Amazon does not allow you to see who redeemed an Amazon gift card. Once you purchase the gift card and give it to someone you won't be able to know if they used it unless you ask them. Amazon does not disclose personal information including gift card activity and if it has been used.  
  
  
Does John Lewis do an NHS discount?  
There is currently no John Lewis discount for NHS workers or Blue Light card members. Although there are several other ways to save such as shopping the clearance sale or using any of our John Lewis promo codes.  
  
  
  
discount rail card for over 60  
  

All students in full or part-time education with a NUS card or University/College identification can benefit from a 34% discount on standard class and a 10% discount on standard class season tickets with a student railcard. Costing £20.00 and valid for one year from the date of purchase, the railcard is available from Transport for Wales ticket offices.

  
Railcards for students and those under 18 years of age cost just £20.00 and can save you up to 50% on the cost of rail travel.  
Available from Transport for Wales ticket offices, the 18 saver railcard is available to all 18 year olds up until the day before your 19th birthday. You can get 50% off standard class fares that are set by Transport for Wales. The railcard costs £20.00 and proof of age is required.  
Student Railcard  
All students in full or part-time education with a NUS card or University/College identification can benefit from a 34% discount on standard class and a 10% discount on standard class season tickets with a student railcard. Costing £20.00 and valid for one year from the date of purchase, the railcard is available from Transport for Wales ticket offices.  
Annual Season Ticket Holders  
Any UK annual season ticket holder can benefit from the discount on off-peak fares along with one accompanying passenger but you must travel together at all times. You need to present your annual season ticket on request as proof of eligibility. There are some restrictions so please check here before travelling. Annual Season tickets are available from Transport for Wales ticket offices and offers a discount of 34% on off-peak standard class fares.  
Visit one of our ticket offices today to buy a railcard. You can also download our app here:  
All fares and products are subject to the National Rail Conditions of Travel and other specific terms and conditions. Please check all Ts & Cs prior to purchasing your ticket and travel. Please ensure you purchase the correct ticket for your journey before you get on the train, at all stations where ticket vending machines and ticket offices are in operation.  
  

If you're wondering what a cashback site actually is and how it all works read our cashback FAQ guide.

  
Cheap train tickets - how to get hidden and cheap fares and split tickets  
  
The start of the year saw the biggest jump in rail fares in five years and with spiralling train travel cost, Brits continue to pay more for a poorer service.  
Last year 1 in 25 trains cancelled or severely delayed and more recently there were thousands of train delays and cancellations over the Easter break, but train travel is unavoidable for most of us going to work, school or university each day or making the long distance trips to visit friends and family further afield.  
Whether you're a daily rail user or tend to use the rail network less frequently, there are effective ways to keep travel costs down - the trick is knowing which option to choose and when.  
From investing in a railcard if you're a regular commuter to booking train tickets well in advance to snap up the best available price for your journey, travelling around the UK via rail doesn't have to burn a hole in your pocket. Below we have rounded up some of the simplest ways to save on fares to help you out.  
Get a Railcard  
Before you book, check to see if you're eligible for any discount railcards on railcard.co.uk, which will save you money throughout the year on regular journeys.  
Railcards are available for anyone under 26, over 60, disabled or with a family (discounts only if you travel with at least one child), and cost around £30 for a year.  
The discounts can be used on all Standard and First Class Anytime, Off-Peak and Advanced fares, although most will only work on journeys taken after 9:30am in the morning on weekdays).  
With the introduction of digital Railcards, travellers now have the option to instantly buy and download one straight to the Railcard App (via Google Play or iTunes) on a smartphone. Once downloaded rail commuters can start saving straight away - and if the phone battery dies the Railcard can be swapped on to another smart phone device.  
Split it  
One of the best ways to save on fares is to split up your ticket.  
For example, it can be cheaper to book a ticket from Liverpool to Crewe, then Crewe to London, than to simply buy a ticket for the whole journey.  
It's perfectly legal as long as the train you're on stops at the stations you've bought tickets from.  
TrainSplit is a great tool to use online if you're planning to use this trick. The handy website does all the calculations for you, working out how much you'll save. We've got a complete guide on how to TrainSplit using the tool on Raileasy.co.uk.  
Book 12 weeks in advance  
Train companies release a handful of cheap seats for each journey they make around 12-weeks before the date of travel.  
These early bird tickets can save you as much as 80 per cent off when compared with the cost of tickets brought much closer to the date of travel. Using that principle means booking a ticket from London to Edinburgh in advance could save you around £100 off.  
If you can't book that far in advance, you can still make big savings by booking even just a week or so early - tickets and travel details can be checked and booked online via websites like the thetrainline.com.  
Use Virgin Train's best fare finder  
If you're taking a Virgin Train and know the exact dates and times you'll be travelling, booking in advance using the best fare finder tool can save you a small fortune.  
Early bird peak single fares, booked up to 24-hours in advance, to major cities like Manchester, Birmingham or Liverpool can be bought from as little as £7.50.  
Tickets do tend to sell out quickly, especially during peak periods throughout the year so to be in with the best chance of snapping up tickets for the cheapest price it is advisable to book three months in advance if you can.  
There's also a Virgin Trains hack that could get you a return ticket for half the price which is ideal for anyone looking for cheap long-distance train travel along the West Coast main line to and from London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow and Edinburgh.  
Cashback savings  
Free cashback sites like TopCashback.co.uk can offer fantastic savings on train tickets purchased online.  
Right now the cashback site is offering all new members £15 cashback on train tickets bought via LOCO2 costing £15 or more.  
The handy offer is valid until midnight on 2 June, so if you're planning a late May bank holiday getaway or a day trip with the kids now is the time to book to save some extra cash. Follow the steps below to redeem the bonus.  
Sign up to TopCashback.co.uk for free.  
Find the £15 cashback on purchases at LOCO2 deal for new members on the link and click through to LOCO2 to make a purchase.  
Up to £15 cashback will then track in members’ accounts within seven working days and will become payable to transfer into bank accounts approximately 14 working days after the deal end date subject to a successfully tracked purchase.  
If you spend less than £15 you will only be paid out the amount of your transaction and if the cost of your tickets is over £15 you will only be paid £15 towards your order. This deal is wholly funded by TopCashback, not LOCO2 and the cashback bonus only becomes payable 14 working days after the date of the purchase is reported to TopCashback.  
If you're wondering what a cashback site actually is and how it all works read our cashback FAQ guide.  
Use National Rail's cheapest fare finder  
The National Rail website has a useful Cheapest Fare Finder, which anyone can use to check the lowest possible fare for all UK train operators across all routes.  
The simple tool is ideal for planning trips between one day and three months in advance, all you need to do is select your preferred dates and time using the widget and wait for the results.  
If your dates or times are flexible you may even be able to score some additional savings by taking an earlier or later train or travelling a day earlier or later instead.  
  

Solution: There are 3 conditions, so there can be 8 combination of rules.

  
Decision Table: Rail Card Exercise  
Problem: If you hold an over 60s rail card, you get a 34% discount on whatever ticket you buy. If you are traveling with a child (under 16), you can get a 50% discount on any ticket if you hold a family rail card, otherwise you get a 10% discount. You can only hold one type of rail card.  
Produce a decision table showing all the combinations of fare types and resulting discounts and derive test cases from the decision table.   
Solution: There are 3 conditions, so there can be 8 combination of rules.  
Causes (input) R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R7 R8 Over 60s rail card? Y Y Y Y N N N N Family rail card? Y Y N N Y Y N N child also traveling? Y N Y N Y N Y N Effects (Output) Discount (%) X/?/50% Y/?/34% 34% 34% 50% 0% 10% 0%   
Question mark is added because specification does not say what happen if somebody holds more than 2 cards. If someone hold 2 cards probably he would not admit this, and can claim discount. Check Rules 3 and 4, both output 34%, so 3rd cause does not matter.  
Causes (input) R1 R2 R3 R5 R6 R7 Over 60s rail card? Y Y Y N N N Family rail card? Y Y N Y - N child also traveling? Y N - Y N Y Effect (Output) Discount (%) 50% 34% 34% 50% 0% 10%   
Here table can be rationalized like this to reduce test cases. R6 and R8 also combined because having a family rail card has no effect if you are not traveling with a child.  
  

Please be aware that not every ticket type is available for every journey that you may wish to make and some tickets may have conditions, such as time restrictions for travel to/from central London. For more information check the Using your Railcard section.

  
A Network Railcard gives up to 1/3 off the following ticket types for travel in the Network Railcard area, subject to the appropriate minimum fare and the 10:00am Monday to Friday time restriction:  
  
Anytime tickets  
Off-Peak tickets  
Anytime Day Travelcard (when bought as part of your ticket to London from outside London Zones 1-9)  
PLUSBUS tickets – for bus travel to and from the station (and around town)  
Some rail/sea journeys with Wightlink and Red Funnel Ferries to stations on the Isle of Wight, Hovertravel services to and from Ryde Hoverport, and Stena Line ferries to Republic of Ireland*  
  
Please be aware that not every ticket type is available for every journey that you may wish to make and some tickets may have conditions, such as time restrictions for travel to/from central London. For more information check the Using your Railcard section.  
*Average saving is based on the average savings made by Network Railcard holders between March 2019 and February 2020, excluding price of Railcard  
  

*Note, ‘AGEUK15’ promo code expires at 23:59, 31st December 2015.

  
Make even more savings!  
The initial cost of the Senior Railcard is just £30, which means that after just a couple of trips, your card will have paid for itself. This could potentially save you an average of £114 over the course of the year. The Senior Railcard can be bought following your 60 th birthday and will also provide you with a number of added benefits, such as savings with Railcard’s partners. These include days out, museum entry, hotel stays and much more, which will be extremely useful during city breaks and holidays.  
3-year railcards are also available, meaning you can get even more for your money. Those planning to do a lot of travelling over the next three years can purchase a Railcard for just £70, which will give you a saving of £20 on the price of three 1-year Railcards instantly.  
  

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1 year: £30.00  
time restrictions  
Mon to Fri: not valid until 10:00 and £13 minimum fare applies  
No restrictions at weekends or bank holidays  
train operating companies  
Avanti West Coast, South Western Railway, Gatwick Express, Southeastern, c2c, Chiltern Railways, CrossCountry, East Midlands Trains, Great Northern, Great Western Railway, Greater Anglia, Island Line, London Northwestern, London Overground, Southern, TfL Rail, Thameslink, London North Eastern Railway, West Midlands Railway  
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Cheap Rail Travel  
  
For cheap rail travel in the UK use a railcard when buying your train tickets.  
All offer discounts of about a 1/3 off most standard and 1st Class rail fares.  
As well as cheaper train tickets, railcards can also save you money with special offers for days out, restaurants, hotels, theatre trips and much more.  
These offers vary between cards so do check which card offers the greater value for money for your lifestyle.  
You may be surprised that the most obvious railcard for you may not give you the best savings overall - it all depends on your own individual circumstances and whether you travel alone, with other adults or children.  
Railcards available in the UK  
Price: £30 a year or £70 for 3 years  
Eligibility: Any individual aged between 16 and 25 years (or over 25 years studying for over 15 hours a week at least 20 weeks a year)  
Savings: 1/3 off standard Anytime, Off-Peak, Standard Advanced and 1st Class Advanced.  Some Oyster card services, airport services and Caledonian sleeper.  
Applications   
Online applications will require:  
  
A valid passport or UK driving licence to verify your identity  
A digital passport style photo saved to your computer, tablet or mobile phone  
A debit or credit card  
  
Station Applications will require: One of the following.   
  
Your birth certificate  
Passport (all nationalities accepted)  
UK driving licence  
National identity card  
  
  
A passport sized photo  
Proof of eligibility as a mature student  
  
They are currently offering:  
  
20% off Virgin Experience Days  
90% off YHA membership for a year  
Railcard theatre tickets  
Free two month Tastecard  
2 for 1 tickets at Sealife (download voucher)  
  
Anyone aged between 16 and 25 years who travels alone.  
Eligibility: Two people aged 16 years + Both must be named on the card  
Savings: 1/3 off Standard and First Class Anytime, Off-Peak and Advance fares when you travel together after 0930 Monday to Friday, or anytime at weekends and public holidays with your Two Together Railcard. Super off-peak, Rover and Ranger tickets, Caledonian Sleeper services, London travel cards and airport services.  
Applications  
Online applications will require:  
  
Two separate digital photos (one for each person named on the railcard) saved to your computer  
A debit or credit card  
  
Station Applications will require: One of the following.   
  
Two separate passport sided photos - one of yourself and one of the other card holder  
  
They are currently offering:  
  
20% off Virgin Experience Days  
£60 off case of Naked wines  
Free two month Tastecard  
60% off Railcard theatre tickets  
5% off Railbookers holidays  
5% off cottages.com  
£50 saving with Haven Holidays  
Discounts with Hoeseasons  
YHA - £10 Household membership  
  
Any two people who travel together.      
If one person is disabled it may be better to buy the Disabled Railcard as a companion receives the same discount as the disabled person.  
Price: £30 a year or £70 for 3 years  
Eligibility: Any individual aged 60 years and over  
Savings: 1/3 off standard Anytime, Off-Peak, Standard Advanced and 1st Class Advanced, Oyster off peak card. Some Rover and Ranger tickets, Caledonian Sleeper services, London travel cards and airport services.  
Applications  
Online applications will require:  
  
A valid passport or UK driving licence to verify your identity  
A debit or credit card  
  
Station Applications will require: One of the following.   
  
Your birth certificate  
Passport (all nationalities accepted)  
UK driving licence  
  
They are currently offering:  
  
20% off Virgin Experience Days  
£60 off case of Naked wines  
Free two month Tastecard  
60% off Railcard theatre tickets  
5% off Railbookers holidays  
5% off cottages.com  
£50 saving with Haven Holidays  
£10 saving on Warner Leisure Hotels  
Discounts with Hoeseasons  
YHA membership for £5  
  
Anyone aged 60 years + who travels alone.  
Price: £30 a year or £70 for 3 years  
Eligibility: Up to 4 adults when travelling with up to 4 children aged 5-15 years.  
2 adults must be named on the card and at least one 'named' adults must travel per group, per journey for any savings to be made on a train journey.  
Savings: 1/3 off adults (over 16 years) standard Anytime, Off-Peak, Standard Advanced and 1st Class Advanced and 60% off per child fare. Also off peak/Anytime Day travel cards and airport services  
Applications  
All applications will require:  
  
Your address and email address  
The name of the second cardholder (as can't be added later)  
A debit or credit card  
  
They are currently offering:  
  
20% off Virgin Experience Days  
£60 off case of Naked wines  
Free two month Tastecard  
60% off Railcard theatre tickets  
5% off cottages.com  
£50 saving with Haven Holidays  
Discounts with Hoeseasons  
YHA - £10 Household membership  
  
Groups who regularly travel together, even if one or two member of the group are disabled.  
Price: £20 a year or £54 for 3 years  
Eligibility: You may qualify if you..  
  
Receive disability related benefits including Disability Living Allowance or Personal Independence Payments  
Are registered as deaf or use a hearing aid  
Are registered as visually impaired  
Have epilepsy  
  
Savings: 1/3 off standard Anytime, Off-Peak, Standard Advanced and 1st Class Advanced for the disabled person and an adult companion. Also Caledonian sleeper, off peak/Anytime travel cards and Oyster pay as you go single fares.  
Applications  
New applications and renewals may be undertaken online.  
Alternatively you can download an application form.  It is available in large print and Easy Read.  
Disabled Railcards cannot be bought at the Railway Stations.  
You will be required to submit evidence of the disability - this may include:  
  
A copy of your Award Letter  
A copy of your Certificate of Visual Impairment  
A copy of the front page of your NHS battery book for the hearing impaired  
A copy of your Exemption Certificate for Epilepsy Medication  
  
Evidence of disability when applying online will need to be submitted in JPEG or PDF format with a maximum file size of 4MG.  
They are currently offering:  
  
20% off Virgin Experience Days  
Free two month Tastecard  
60% off Railcard theatre tickets  
5% off cottages.com  
£50 saving with Haven Holidays  
Discounts with Hoeseasons  
£60 off case of Naked wines  
  
Any disabled person who does not travel in groups/with children especially if you travel to London several times a year.  
An adult companion also receives the same discount as the disabled person.  
Regional Railcards   
These are all regional companies offer reduced rail fares for local residents, railcards or other special offers.  
Cambrian Railway - Different ways to save if travelling on Cambrian Railway.  
Cotswold Line Railcard - 34% discount on off peak single and return tickets and Anytime Day Tickets.  Valid between Worcester Foregate Street and Oxford.  Cost £8.50 of one year. Purchase from staffed railway stations.  
Dales Railcard - 1/3 off single and day return tickets. Cost £13.  Proof of residence in local area required.  
Devon and Cornwall Railcard - 1/3 off most standard off peak and off peak day tickets across Devon and Cornwall. One adult can take up to 4 children for £1 each. Cost £10 for one year.  Proof of residence in local area required.  
Esk Valley Railcard - 34% discount on standard Day, Cheap Day and Saver ticket types and 81% discount on Tees Day Ranger on railway between Middlesborough and Whitby.  Cost £10 for one year. Adult and up to four children can be eligible for discount.  Local residents only.  
Heart of Wales Line Railcard - available to residents aged 16 or over in specific postcodes along the route of the Heart of Wales Line. The railcard costs £10.00 and is valid for one year. The card holder is entitled to 34% discount on local rail travel. Up to two accompanied children can travel with the card holder at a cost of £2.00 per child. There is no minimum fare.  
Highland Railcard - Up to 50% off local rail travel for Highland residents.  Cost £8.80 for one year.  Up to two children can travel for £2 with the railcard holder.  Only available on selected routes and postcodes.  
Hull Disability Rail Card - free off peak travel on Northern rail services from Hull into all East Riding of Yorkshire stations, Scarborough and York. Open to Hull residents, hold a disability bus pass issued by Hull City Council and be registered with social services.  
Network Railcard - 1/3 off most rail fares in the Network Railcard area.   Cost £30 for one year. Three accompanying adults also get 1/3 off and up to four children (5-15 years) receive 60% discount.  Restricted to after 10am on day of travel and there is a minimum of £13 fare for discount Monday to Friday.  
Pembrokeshire Railcard - 34% off local rail travel for Pembrokeshire residents. Cost £10 for the year. Proof of residence required.  
Scottish Youth Railcard - 34% off most rail fares and 50% off all season tickets.  Available to young people aged 16,17 or 18 years or full time volunteers under 26 years, and hold a Young Scot Entitlement Card.  Free with the National Entitlement Card.  
Valleys Senior Railcard - 50% off Cheap Day Return Standard rail fares on the Valley lines.  Over 60's only.  Cost £5 for one year. No travel until 9.30am.  
Valleys Student Railcard - 26% discount on all day tickets and 10 % off season tickets on Arriva Valleys and Cardiff services.  Cost £9 a year.  
Other Railcards   
HM Forces Railcard - Save 1/3 on adult fares and 60% on children's fares. Cost £19.  Open to members of the Armed forces, the Volunteer Reserve and their families.  No travel before 10am and £12 minimum fare applies.  
  

However, to obtain your Senior Railcard at a concessionary rate, you first need to obtain a unique code from us but, please note this code can only be used for online and telesales. If you buy a Senior Railcard at a staffed station ticket office, it will cost you the full price of £30.

  
Apply for a Senior Railcard  
  
Tendring District Council, in line with other local authorities, no longer issues Senior Railcards. Instead, we are now part of a national scheme managed by the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC).  
Through this scheme, eligible Tendring residents are still able to buy a railcard at a concessionary price of £24, which is cheaper than the cost of the Senior Railcard if you bought it from a railway station.  
Am I eligible?  
To buy a Senior Railcard you must be aged 60 or over.  
How do I buy a Senior Railcard?  
There are three ways that you can purchase a Senior Railcard. 
These are as follows:  
  
On line at www.senior-railcard.co.uk  
By phoning 0345 3000 250 (0700-2200 every day, except Christmas Day, calls are charged at the national rate.)  
At a staffed station ticket office  
  
However, to obtain your Senior Railcard at a concessionary rate, you first need to obtain a unique code from us but, please note this code can only be used for online and telesales. If you buy a Senior Railcard at a staffed station ticket office, it will cost you the full price of £30.  
To obtain the unique code, please either call in to the Visitor Information Centre in the Town Hall in Clacton or phone us on 01255 686633.  
You can also request a unique code by emailing clactontic@tendringdc.gov.uk Please include your name and address in your email request.  
What happens next?  
Once you have a unique code from us, you can then apply to ATOC either via their website www.senior-railcard.co.uk or by phoning 0345 3000 250.  
To check that you are eligible, you will need either a valid passport number or your driving licence with you when you contact them, as well as your unique code. If you do not have either of these forms of identification, they will check your eligibility against the electoral register.  
ATOC will send you your railcard by first class post but state that you should allow five working days for your Senior Railcard to reach you. There is an option for you to pay for special delivery and providing that you have placed your order before 4pm this will guarantee that your railcard is delivered within two days (Sunday to Thursday) or three days (Friday to Saturday).  
You will need your Senior Railcard with you to be able to get a discount on your rail ticket, so please allow enough time before your journey for this to arrive. If you need to travel straightaway you will need to buy your Senior Railcard over the counter at your local staffed train station.  
The Senior Railcard entitles you to one third off all anytime, off peak and advance fares across the national rail network, including first class travel.  
Monday to Thursday 9am to 4.30pm, Friday 9am to 4.15pm  
Visitor Information Centre 
Town Hall 
Station Road 
Clacton on Sea 
CO15 1SE  
  

People who are known to a Health and Social Services Trust as having a learning disability.

  
SmartPasses are only valid for five years. Please check the expiry date on the front of your SmartPass to determine when it will expire as it cannot be used to obtain free travel after this date. Approximately three months before each SmartPass expires the Department for Infrastructure will write to pass holders explaining how to get a new pass. A dedicated user helpline has also been set up on 028 9066 6630 for those seeking further information.  
60+, Senior, ROI, War Disabled and Registered Blind Smartpass holders can get a free replacement. Half Fare Smartpass holders must pay a replacement fee. To get your replacement pass, visit your local Translink station or call 028 90 66 66 30.  
  
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