Looking to find the best ways to travel in the UK? From car hire deals to discount trains and ferries, we have a range of transport deals to help you save money no matter what journey you’re taking. Whether you’re heading off on your daily commute to work or taking a weekend trip away, we have NHS public transport discounts to help you save.
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Thomas Cook - £15 NHS discountFee free low deposits from as little as £25pp
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Northern Trains - 25% NHS discount on advance purchase ticketsApply unique code before you search your journey
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Stena Line Ferries - Enjoy great savings when you travel by ferry with Stena LineTravel to Ireland, France, Holland and Northern Europe with Stena Line.
Direct Ferries - Latest ferry deals & offersCompare and book 1000's of ferry crossings using real time pricing and availability.
Avanti West Coast - Special fixed fares for NHSAvailable on Standard Class tickets on selected services across the network
Example fares: London to Manchester for £25 or Liverpool for £18 (one way)
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Just Go! Holidays - 5% NHS discountSuperb value coach holidays & tours in the UK & Europe
Book with confidence with free holiday transfers
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Train, Bus and Flight Tickets - Exclusive 5% NHS discountBook tickets for trains, buses and flights for destinations in Europe, the US and beyond
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Jet2.com Flights - Flights from £32Find & Book Cheap Flights
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London City Cruises - 10% NHS discount10% off single/return, 24h passes & thamesjet tickets
Plan your next day out with City Cruises London
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Dover to France Ferry Crossing - 10% NHS discountUp to 54 daily sailings between Dover and our ports in Dunkirk & Calais
Includes car & up to 9 people
National Express - 20% NHS discountLimited time increased discount
Book coach travel to 100's of UK towns, cities & airports
Nation’s number 1 coach company
Newcastle to Amsterdam Ferry Crossing - 15% NHS discountDaily overnight ferries packed full of modern facilities & live entertainment
Includes cabin and vehicle
Newcastle to Amsterdam Mini Cruise - 33% NHS discountReturn crossings + up to 5 hours to explore Amsterdam’s vibrant city centre
Includes breakfast, cabin & vehicle
Air Canada - Flight deals and great fares from £368ppReady to make more travel memories?
Get inspired with great fares and special offers plus, discover tons of exciting destinations.
Railcard - Get 1/3 off rail travelThe official retailer of Railcards by National Rail
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British Airways - Flights to Spain from £30Flights + 7 nights hotel from £199 per person
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British Airways Caribbean Deals - Flights + 7 nights hotel from £629 per personAll prices shown include the offer
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5 Ways to Make Your Commute to Work Easier
There is nothing worse than a stressful and uncomfortable commute to work that makes your working day even longer. But who says that commutes have to be so uncomfortable? We have mastered the art of an enjoyable commute to work and have a few pointers on how you can improve your commute – and save money at the same time!
1. Leave the car behind (if you can)
While you may automatically just jump into your car every morning for your commute to work you may be surprised to learn that you could instead use the public transport UK links to get you there instead. Not only is this kinder to the planet, but also means you can limit your time sat in city traffic.
Nobody likes sitting in traffic all morning do they! Using public transport in the UK also means that you can plan your day, check emails, read a few chapters of your book, or even just sit back and enjoy the journey!
2. Use various transport methods
If you’ve had a look at your commute journey before then you may have assumed that you can only get to your destination using one transport method. But there may be various transport methods you can use. For example, trains, buses, trams, and cycling are all popular forms of transport for commuters and can make getting to work a whole lot easier.
3. Plan your journey in advance
No matter how you plan on getting to work it is important that you plan your journey in advance so that you can make your commute as stress-free as possible. Whether you need to check for any delays or cancellations before you leave the house or pre-book your car parking while using a citipark discount code to make it a bit more affordable. Planning your journey in advance can save yourself money – and a headache!
4. Utilise NHS transport discounts
The cost of commuting to work everyday can soon start to add up. Therefore, it is important that you make the most of the NHS staff transport discount available to you. From rail discounts to Ocado flights (if you have a really long commute!), it always worth checking out the transport NHS discounts we have to offer. Why spend more than you need to getting to and from work?
5. Be strategic
We recommend that you experiment with different driving routes, transportation options and commuting at different times/days until you find a commute that suits you. Take note of when traffic is heaviest and if you have hybrid or flexible working try to work from home on the days where traffic is heaviest.
There is nothing worse than a stressful and uncomfortable commute to work that makes your working day even longer. But who says that commutes have to be so uncomfortable? We have mastered the art of an enjoyable commute to work and have a few pointers on how you can improve your commute – and save money at the same time!...read more
Getting around is pretty easy thanks to the extensive public transport in the UK. The most popular transport options include travelling by car, train, bus or flights and getting across the country doesn’t take too long at all. Most UK towns offer regular bus and train services so that you can get from A to B easily and affordably.
Individuals in England can get a free bus pass for travel when they reach the State Pension age (this is currently 66). In Wales, a bus pass is available for those aged 60+.
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