Great Value Fares For £5 Or Less @ National Express

Great Value Fares For £5 Or Less

Train prices are at an all-time high. Going by Coach is a great option for those of you on a budget, especially with the National Express Great Value Fares for £5 or less! There's never been a better time to visit family, or go on that weekend away.

Here are some examples of the fares available:

  • London to Birmingham from £1.50 (over 6000 seats at this price)
  • Leeds to London from £2.90 (over 4500 seats at this price)
  • Bournemouth to London from £5 (over 1500 seats at this price)
  • Bristol to Cardiff from £3 (over 11000 seats at this price)
  • Nottingham to London from £5 (over 4000 seats at this price)
  • Bath to London from £5 (over 9500 seats at this price)

There are other routes available in this great offer, so it's worth playing about with destinations and dates, to suit yourself.

TOPICS:   Family Holidays

9 comments

  • Jennie H.

    I've just checked a journey and it's over £20 more than on train and takes nearly 3hours longer. Can't remember the last time it was better to go by coach because of how long and expensive it is.

    • Jacqueline S.

      The really cheap fares are only at the most inconvenient times. Depends how much you value your time.

  • Kirsty M.

    No discounts for Glasgow and it would work out cheaper to fly or rail def not good value for money

  • Rad O.

    Once took a coach from Newcastle to Warminster via Southampton, 11 hours!! The toilet made the coach stink, horrendous journey. On the plus side it was hugely cheaper than a train.. Altho same price as flying from Newcastle to Bristol which only takes 45mins.

  • Charlotte K.

    My friend has travelled on that for pennys from glasgow xx

  • Kacie S.

    That's well good ain't it!!

  • Sara H.

    Oooo were shall we go? Ha

  • Heidi S.

    We tried this and for when we're going it's no good thanks anyway we have actually booked train tickets xx

  • Lorraine T.

    That’s the way to do it :bus:

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