By continuing to use redspottedhanky.com you are agreeing to the website Terms and Conditions, the Privacy Policy, and the Use of Cookies. We use cookies to collect and process anonymous information about your visit to our website. We will use this information to improve the contents of our site or to collate statistics about it, or to otherwise improve and personalise our services to you.

Close
  • home
  • Blog
  • Days Out
  • Cheap trains fares could help sports fans save, says Which?

Blog

Cheap trains fares could help sports fans save, says Which?

Posted on

Football, rugby, cricket, tennis, horse racing. No matter which sport, match or cup final you’re itching to see, penny-pinching experts say taking the train could get you there quicker and cheaper. Read on and save with Redspottedhanky.com.

Football, rugby, cricket, tennis, horse racing. No matter which sport, match or cup final you’re itching to see, penny-pinching experts say taking the train could get you there quicker and cheaper.

According to the consumer watchdog Which?, taking the train could save sports fans a bundle.

In fact, Which? has recommended that savvy sports fans find and book cheap train tickets well in advance of that must-see fixture, in order to save money on petrol and parking.

“Just getting to events can be expensive,” Which? said. “Where possible use public transport (and buy tickets in advance to get the best deals), as parking a car near to a venue can prove expensive and with fuel prices so high, the inevitable heavy traffic could soon drain your tank.”

And with trains straight to Glasgow‘s Hampden Stadium, Edinburgh‘s Murrayfield Stadium and Cardiff‘s Millennium Stadium – not to mention Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle and London – sports fans can easily fast-track to their favourite fixtures by taking the train.

Why not check our journey planner and find cheap fares and advance tickets to your sporting must-sees?

This entry was posted in Days Out, Sport and tagged , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink.

Comments are closed.