Enjoy 50% off travel with a digital Railcard
The 16-17 Saver is a railcard giving even more of a discount than the 16-25 Railcard, if you are between 16 and 17 years old. You can enjoy 50% discounts on Standard Anytime, Standard Off-peak, Standard Super Off-Peak and Season tickets at any time of the day.
A 16-17 Saver costs £30 for one year. But if you buy on the TrainPal app, you can enjoy more discounts.
You can buy it if you are between 16 and 17 years old.
Download TrainPal App and follow 6 easy steps to enjoy with your Railcard.
Your can manage your train tickets and Railcards in one place by adding a digital Railcard to your TrainPal account. You won't need to switch between apps or dig around for your physical Railcard.
When you add a digital Railcard to your TrainPal account, it can be stored on any devices you use. So you never worry about forgetting or losing your railcards.
TrainPal works hard to offer a one-stop service for our users' train travel. By adding a digital Railcard to your TrainPal account, you'll find your railcard is right where it needs to be, for example, when the ticket inspector is coming.
Enjoy 1/3 off your train tickets as soon as you buy your digital Railcard on the TrainPal app. If you buy with your friends on the TrainPal app, you get up to ￡3 more off.
Digital Railcards which allow you to purchase discounted tickets for eligible train services. Digital Railcards can be used to save money on tickets. We welcome the use of eligible digital Railcards when you are buying your train tickets with us. These can be applied to your purchase within our booking service. There are a number of digital Railcards that you can use in Great Britain.
Regardless of whether your Railcard was purchased from TrainPal or another platform, you can add it when searching for tickets.
Once you've purchased a Railcard using the TrainPal app, tap "Download" to store your Railcard on your device. After applying your Railcard to a booking, sign in to your account and show your Railcard to the train conductor when asked. If you purchased a Railcard from another platform, carry it with you and show it when asked.
No. Unfortunately, once a railcard has been issued it is non-refundable.
In the unfortunate scenario where you lose your device, you can simply download your digital Railcard to a new device.
If we detect suspicious activity on your Railcard, it will be blocked until we have had the chance to speak to you.
During this period, your Railcard will no longer be valid for travel.
If your Railcard has been blocked, you will need to contact us so that we can better understand the activity that has caused your Railcard to be blocked.
Please follow these four easy steps:
Step 1: Log in to our app
Step 2: Find your blocked Railcard.
Step 3: Select ‘Contact us’.
Step 4: Describe your circumstances and submit.