TheTrainline.com Student Deals

Free* £15 spend at Trainline

Join Quidco and get a £15 cashback bonus when you book with Trainline!

Here's how to get this offer:

  1. Click 'Get Deal' and sign up to Quidco for free as a new member
  2. Follow the instructions and click 'Redeem Now'
  3. Purchase your journey as normal, (£10 minimum spend)
  4. Wait for your order to be tracked and you'll receive £15 cashback into your new account
  5. You can then withdraw the cashback via BACS, PayPal, Gift Card or points.

Pretty good, right?

Better Luck Next Time :'(
 

Join Quidco and get a £15 cashback bonus when you book with Trainline!

Here's how to get this offer:

  1. Click 'Get Deal' and sign up to Quidco for free as a new member
  2. Follow the instructions and click 'Redeem Now'
  3. Purchase your journey as normal, (£10 minimum spend)
  4. Wait for your order to be tracked and you'll receive £15 cashback into your new account
  5. You can then withdraw the cashback via BACS, PayPal, Gift Card or points.

Pretty good, right?

 

Expired TheTrainline.com Deals

Free* £10 Trainline credit with TopCashback

Save yourself £10 on train fares as a Quidco newbie. more

Save yourself £10 on train fares as a Quidco newbie.

To get this offer:

  • Click 'Get Deal' and create a new account with Quidco.
  • Follow the instructions to click through to The Trainline.
  • Purchase your journey - you can still use your 16-25 Railcard to get a third off if you have one.
  • Wait for your £10 cashback to track.
  • Cash out when it progresses to 'payable'.

Pretty good, right?

Better Luck Next Time :'(
 

Save yourself £10 on train fares as a Quidco newbie. more

Save yourself £10 on train fares as a Quidco newbie.

To get this offer:

  • Click 'Get Deal' and create a new account with Quidco.
  • Follow the instructions to click through to The Trainline.
  • Purchase your journey - you can still use your 16-25 Railcard to get a third off if you have one.
  • Wait for your £10 cashback to track.
  • Cash out when it progresses to 'payable'.

Pretty good, right?