It’s that time of year again: Here’s how you can get 50 per cent off your Railcard
Obviously it’s a yes from me
Now sit down and listen up, because we’re about to tell you how you can get a bargain on a little something that will help you get more, future bargains.
We’re going to tell you how to get £15 (that’s 50 per cent) cashback on a 16-25 Railcard, giving you a third off train travel for the next year.
As a loan-reliant student who most likely has to travel up and down the country to uni or to see pals on the regs, this is sounding pretty appealing right about now, isn’t it?
So here’s how you can get yourself bargain after bargain after bargain by barely lifting a finger:
Step one: Sign up for a Quidco account through this offer link. It’s totally free, and there’s no catch.
Step two: Click through to the National Rail site and add that Railcard to your basket – don’t be put off by the fact you’ve got to spend £30, because you’ll be getting half of it back in no time – you’ve got to power through in order to get those (financial) gainnnnnnz.
Step three: After you’ve bought your Railcard, within two weeks Quidco will deposit £15 into your newly created account, ready for you to transfer back to your own bank account.
Step four: There is no step four, that’s it.
Step five: There wasn’t a step four so why would there be a step five? Why are you still reading this?? Get a life it’s really embarrassing.
Anyway, congratulations, you’re now the proud owner of a shiny new Railcard that’ll have you swinging up and down the country for absolute peanuts. PEANUTS. You might even be able to afford a cheeky Pret for the journey with all those savings you’ll make. Bon appetit!