Just Train tickets!
Sometimes you just need a train ticket so we are pleased to offer that option as well.
Using the search box on the right you can search train tickets for many different train operators: Virgin Trains, East Coast, East Midland Trains, First Great Western, CrossCountry, South West Trains, Southeastern, Southern Railway, First Capital Connect, Greater Anglia, c2c, Chiltern Railways, London Midland, First ScotRail, Arriva Trains Wales, First TransPennine Express, Northern Rail, MerseyRail, Grand Central Trains, Hull Trains, Heathrow Express, Heathrow Connect, Gatwick Express, Stansted Express, London Overground, TfL (Underground) services
We have thousands of UK hotels and apartments all over the UK and you can book accommodation only and a rail ticket separately for hotels first click here (this will open a new hotel booking window) then check your rail tickets using the search box on the right.
To get the best fares it is best to book in advance if you can. Generally the earlier you book the better the chance you have of getting a deal. Tickets tend to be available to book around 12 weeks before the departure date but make sure the cheap tickets are showing. Sometimes the more expensive flexible rail tickets are automatically shown before the cheaper fares are displayed or released. As with cheap flights especially offered by the low cost airlines, if you travel on the off peak dates and times you will have a better chance of getting the best prices. So travelling mid-day on a Tuesday will be cheaper than a peak time Friday afternoon as people travel to get home after work or want away for a weekend! Remember the cheaper the fare the more the restrictions are likely to be. So make sure you can travel on the date and times you pick as you might not be able to change the time or date or get any refund. Ticket restrictions do vary so check before you book to see what the restrictions are on your specific ticket.
Sometimes it is cheaper to split the ticket/journey on longer trips. It could be cheaper to travel to a destination half way to your destination and then get another ticket from there to your final chosen destination. This would involve two tickets but you would not need to get off the train.