Sit back and relax and let someone else do the driving with our great NHS bus and coach discounts and deals. Explore the UK’s most popular cities and towns or enjoy a coach holiday while saving money with our NHS discount coach travel. Whether you’re travelling for work or heading on a coach holiday, we’ve got coach NHS discounts for you.
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Just Go! Holidays - 5% NHS discountSuperb value coach holidays & tours in the UK & Europe
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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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Omega Breaks - 5% NHS discountLondon breaks, theatre & attractions
Over 450 coach departure points in many towns & cities across the UK
National Holidays - 5% NHS discountUK's largest coach holiday, trips & tour provider
1000’s of holidays & short breaks for you to choose from
National Express - 20% NHS discountBook coach travel to 100's of UK towns, cities & airports
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Top Coach Holiday Hacks
Going on a coach holiday is a great way to explore new places around the UK and the rest of Europe, all without having to worry about driving or planning your own route. With so many different places to visit and see, coach holidays are the perfect and stress-free way to explore new places. We have put together some of our top coach holiday hacks to make your trip an even better experience.
1. Pack light (if you can)
Of course, it is important to take everything you need away with you, you should also try to pack as light as possible. Don’t take things that you wont really need or smaller items that you could buy when you arrive at your destination. We also recommend taking a suitcase with wheels, if possible, to make it easier for you to move around with your luggage.
2. Make the most of discounts
Before booking any kind of coach holiday you should look at the discounts that are available to you. For example, we have Omega NHS discounts and an NHS discount for National Express journeys so you can enjoy a coach trip away for less. Once you arrive at your destination it is also worth looking for any NHS bus discounts to help you get across cities and towns to explore.
3. Utilise stops
Some people are put off by coach holidays because they worry about long journeys sat on a coach. But by taking plenty of things to keep you entertained throughout your journey will make the time pass even quicker. We also recommend that you utilise any stops along the way. Be sure to get off the coach, have a trip to the toilet and a little walk around. You’ll feel much better for it when you arrive at your destination.
4. Do your research before you go
There are so many different types of coach holidays that you can choose from, including days out to new places that don’t break the bank. So we recommend that you take your time and do your research before booking anything. Have a look at the itinerary for the trip, whether the stops interest you, and search for any reviews from previous passengers. That way you can be sure that you’ll have a good time.
Going on a coach holiday is a great way to explore new places around the UK and the rest of Europe, all without having to worry about driving or planning your own route. With so many different places to visit and see, coach holidays are the perfect and stress-free way to explore new places....read more
Coach NHS discount FAQs
Yes, all National Express coaches have a toilet on board that is located at the back of the coach. This means that you can remain comfortable throughout your trip.
You can stay connected throughout your journey on National Express coaches as a free wi-fi service is available on their core network of coaches. This means you can check your emails, view your social media and browse the web while you travel. Don’t forget we have NHS discounts available for National Express journeys.
Travelling by coach in the UK is a cheaper option than travelling by train. However, coach travel is usually slower and makes more stops along the way. Therefore, if you’re not in a rush and you’re happy to take in the sights as you travel then coach travel is a great and more affordable option.
There are many different coach services available throughout the UK and they generally travel further than bus services and do not stop as often. They are a great option if you are travelling from city to city or want to enjoy a coach holiday to somewhere new. In most cases you will be required to get your tickets in advance of your journey so that your seat is reserved. Whereas with a bus service you can pay when you board.
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