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02 Oct 2018

Southeastern slash ticket prices for 'Super Saturday'

Southeastern slash ticket prices for 'Super Saturday': SS Ticket

  • Unlimited travel on Saturday 6 October will cost no more than £20 on the Southeastern network.
  • The offer will allow passengers to hop-on-and-off their service and visit more than one leisure destination, at no extra cost.

This Saturday 6th October Southeastern will be offering a special, one-day promotional fare where travel on the day will cost no more than £20.

The Super Saturday ticket will allow unlimited travel for passengers everywhere and anywhere on the Southeastern network, from the start to close of service for just £20.

The offer will allow passengers to hop-on-and-off their service and visit more than one leisure destination, at no extra cost. And what is more, the offer can be used alongside Southeastern’s ‘Kids for £1’ – meaning a family day out is more affordable than ever before.

Whether traveling to visit friends in the country or taking a family trip to the coast this weekend, it’s never been easier or more economical to enjoy all of the adventures that Kent and East Sussex have to offer.

For example, passengers will be saving £26.80 when travelling by train from London to Margate, and even greater savings can be made on multi-destination journeys, such as London to Canterbury and Broadstairs.

Diane Burke, Commercial Director said: “Our Super Saturday ticket is one of the best ways to get out and about on the network, enabling passengers to explore as many of our networks’ exciting destinations as they are able to fit into a day. With both coastal and inland places to visit, we hope this exciting one-day offer will make it easier to enjoy the perfect Saturday for less.”

To whet your appetite visit https://www.southeasternrailway.co.uk/supersaturday and if you’re up for a challenge why not try to travel through all the stations in one day, just remember to upload your photos and videos to Twitter using #SESuperSaturday.

Tickets are now available online, on-train, or from any ticket office served by Southeastern.

Contact information

Southeastern Press Office

0330 095 9091

press.office@southeasternrailway.co.uk

Notes to editors

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For further information contact

Southeastern Press Office

0207 620 5080 (24-hours)

press.office@southeasternrailway.co.uk

Full offer terms & conditions

  • Super Saturday tickets are only valid on 6 October 2018
  • Tickets are priced at £20 per adult or child (over 5)
  • Under 5’s travel free (with a fare paying adult) and Kids for £1 can be bought for children aged 5-15 (maximum 4 children per fare paying adult)
  • Tickets are only valid on Southeastern services where the entire journey is made on the Southeastern network
  • Tickets are not valid on TfL or other rail networks
  • Tickets will be available for purchase from 26 September
  • Super Saturday tickets will not be available on The Key
  • Tickets can only be bought online or at ticket offices run by Southeastern or at the following non-Southeastern stations: London Victoria, Denmark Hill, Peckham Rye, Nunhead, St Pancras International and Abbey Wood
  • Tickets can be purchased online, on-train, or from any ticket office served by Southeastern. Tickets cannot be purchased from TVMs; however online bookings can be collected from TVMs. As these tickets are not available directly from TVMs, they can be issued on-train.
  • Railcards are not valid in conjunction with this offer
  • This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other promotional offer
  • Refunds are available before the date of travel. An admin fee may be payable

About Southeastern

Southeastern runs train services into London from Kent and East Sussex, operating over 2000 trains a day, carrying more than 640,000 passengers a day, serving 176 stations and covering 540-miles of railway infrastructure.

Southeastern is owned by Govia, a joint venture between the Go-Ahead Group (65 per cent) and Keolis (35 per cent). Govia is the most enduring partnership between transport operators delivering rail franchises in this country.

It is the UK’s busiest rail operator, responsible for 28.7 per cent of UK passenger rail journeys through its four rail companies, Southern, Southeastern, Govia Thameslink Railway and London Midland. Further information on Govia is available at: www.govia.info Go-Ahead Group plc is one of the UK's leading providers of passenger transport services operating in the bus, rail and aviation services sectors.

Keolis is a French-based operator of transport services in 13 countries worldwide and is owned by SNCF, AXA Private Equity, Caisse de dépôt et placement du Québec, and Keolis management.

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