Win a Two Together Railcard & Get Away to Cheer Up 2016
We have been keen users of the Two Together railcard for a few years now and love saving a 1/3 on rail journeys throughout the UK.
If you’re a couple, bezzies or even occasional lovers it’s a great way to make day trips & breaks away cheaper.
WIN A TWO TOGETHER RAILCARD
To enter to win 1 of 2 Two Together railcards simply sign up to our mailing list below:
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Need some January inspiration?
5 day trips in England to use your Two Together Railcard
1) Slapstick Festival | Bristol | 20-25 January 2016
Bristol’s legendary festival of silent comedy is back with great movie classics combined with top comedy stars including Lucy Porter, Bill Oddie, Stephen Merchant & Tim Vine.
2) Gravity Jump | Camberley, Basildon & Sunderland
Defy gravity at the UK’s biggest most insane trampoline park.
3) Jorvik Viking Festival | York | 15-21 February 2016
There’s nothing like the raw sea faring energy of the Vikings, and now it’s your turn to get closer at York’s annual festival.
4) Chinese New Year in Newcastle | 14 February 2016
See an amazing line up of Chinese culture in the New Year.
5) Kynren: An Epic Tale of England | Bishop Auckland | 2 July-17 September
An action-packed and movie-like performance of colossal and dazzling proportions which in only 90 minutes travels through time on an epic storytelling journey of 2000 years with a cast and crew of 1000.
Thanks to VisitEngland for these amazing tips.
5 super quick tips to beat the January Blues
1) Take a trip
Once the memory of Christmas has faded it’s important to have something to look forward to, whether it’s a weekend away or even a short break in the UK. Travel as a pair by train with the Two Together Railcard to receive a third off for two named passengers, as well as exclusive discounts on a number of UK holidays.
2) Save money
Many Brits feel the financial strain of the festive season, so keeping an eye on spending can really help keep the bank balance in check in the New Year. Put a bit of money aside each week to help keep on top of finances after an expensive Christmas.
3) Have a day out
From museums and art galleries to theme parks and castles, the UK has lots to offer for a great day out. Take a walk in the countryside or visit one of the UK’s many free attractions for a trip that won’t break the bank.
4) Take up a hobby
New Year is the perfect time to take up a hobby or try a new experience. Whether it’s horse-riding, Zumba or mountain biking, there are hundreds of fun activities that can be done on a budget.
5) Treat a loved one
Whether it’s a luxury spa day, a trip to the theatre, or an exciting weekend away for two, treating a loved one to something special can help anyone forget their January blues. Two Together Railcard offers discounts of up to 60% on hundreds of top theatre tickets.
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I am Joint Editor at To Do List. I like free, cheap & offbeat London, especially: cabaret, art, theatre, pop-ups, eating out, quirky films, museums, day trips, social enterprise & much more.