National Express introduces GBP9 fare to every town in Britain
Tuesday 28, June 2011
This summer National Express has introduced a flat rate £9 fare across the whole of Britain – the cheapest nationwide travel deal currently available.
National Express is boycotting hidden extras with the £9 one way deal. They guarantee customers that the price advertised is the price they pay – with no booking fee or “hidden extras” like luggage charges or postage. The only stipulations are that travel is booked 14 days in advance and airport and event routes are excluded.
Customers can travel to over 900 destinations across England, Scotland and Wales for £9 one way, while over 60’s make the journey for as low as £4.50 thanks to their concessionary discount.
One of the longest coach journeys that can be made is Exeter to Edinburgh. It breaks down to just 2 pence per mile without the stress of driving. Other destinations available to book include:
Andrew Cleaves, Managing Director National Express Coach, said: “We operate Britain’s only nationwide transport service and are committed to making travel accessible and affordable for everyone. Consumers are fed up of complex travel deals that make you jump through hoops to secure the lowest fare, so we’re boycotting hidden extras with our £9 go anywhere deal.
“The £9 deal is available to everyone, regardless of where you live – it simply needs to be booked 14 days in advance. We travel to over 900 destinations nationwide, so it’s a unique opportunity to explore Britain this summer and visit somewhere new.”
The offer is available through National Express’ website.
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