Here’s how you can dodge the coach by getting £15 off your train ticket back to uni

Basically living a life of luxury


You know the drill, you’ve gone home for Easter, got a little too comfy stuffing your face with that expensive M&S chocolate that your mum buys, when all of a sudden you’ve got to go back to uni in one week, you’re yet to buy a train ticket back and they’re now more expensive than a month’s rent. What a liberty.

But this necessary evil doesn’t have to feel quite so irritating – we’ve got a sneaky deal that will help you get £15 off a train ticket back to uni with Trainline, and you hardly have to do anything to get it. Read on to brighten your day:


Sign up for a totally free Quidco account and get £15 cashback when you buy with Trainline – get the deal here


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You, yes YOU could be getting on a train JUST LIKE THIS

Here’s what you need to do to get £15 off your train ticket:

Step 1: Click on this link and sign up for a *****FREE***** Quidco account. Off you go, just do it.

Step 2: Head through to Trainline’s website and order your tickets back to uni. If you’re savvy, which come on, you are, you can also use a Railcard to slide some extra pounds off that total.

Step 3: Sit back and relax, maybe eat a hot cross bun – once approved, £15 of what you just spent will be transferred back to your Quidco account, and from there you can decide whether you want to transfer it to your PayPal, redeem it as vouchers, or simply move it back to your bank account. Up to you, no one cares.

Step 4: There is no step four!! GOTCHA.

So there you have it – you could potentially get a free train ticket back to uni after Easter, which will make saying goodbye to your pets, heating and fully-stocked cupboards, and hello to your looming dissertation deadline that much less painful.


Quidco is a free cashback site that does deals on thousands of your favourite brands, including Amazon, ASOS and Trainline

Sign up today and you’ll be able to get £15 cashback when you buy any ticket costing £10 or more with Trainline

Quidco is totally free and there are no spooky Ts&Cs, just sweet sweet savings on things you were going to buy anyway – sign up for an account here