Don’t think you qualify for a railcard? You might be surprised. There’s a railcard for most people, and it’ll save you 1/3 off many fares.
Important notice: If you’re having trouble buying a Railcard online and you’re due to travel shortly, you can buy most 1-year Railcards at any staffed National Rail ticket office (see individual Railcard websites for details). If you’re having issues with your existing Railcard, please contact the Railcard Team on Twitter, Facebook, 0345 3000 250 or email@example.com. For more info please visit: www.railcard.co.uk.
Your railcard gets you discounts on lots of fares, both on Southern and nationwide. Railcards usually cost £30, last for a year, and are available online or from your local station.
We have a range of different railcards for different people – see which one suits you best.
If you have a Key Smartcard with keyGo, you can also add your Railcard to your keyGo account. Easily Pay-as-you-go with your Key Smartcard, and we will discount your fare on your keyGo journeys.
Two Together railcard
Sometimes it takes two to make a great train trip.
If you travel a lot with a loved one or a good friend then why not get a Two Together railcard?
The railcard costs £30 a year, and will give you 1/3 off train fares around Britain.
This includes all adult standard and first class tickets.
You both have to be over 16, and you have to travel together, but you don’t have to be related: it’s fine if you’re just good friends!
Are you over 60?
Whether you’re visiting family, seeing friends or going sight-seeing, a Senior railcard will save you money.
The railcard costs £30 a year, or £70 for a three-year card.
The card will give you 1/3 off travel around Britain.
This includes all standard and first class tickets.