Save Up To £15 Off Train Fares By Booking With TrainPal

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TrainPal is an app designed to make booking train travel as simple and cheap as possible.

“At TrainPal, we’re driven by saving you money on your trip. With our smart search engine, the app recommends you the cheapest available fare. To help keep our tickets even cheaper, TrainPal does not charge any booking or credit card fees. Go further with the cheapest fare. Go further with TrainPal!”

I signed up over the weekend, so don’t have a huge amount of personal experience with the app yet, but it seems intuitive and easy to use – like most similar apps. The reason TrainPal caught my attention was because it is currently offering a range of different discounts that can save you money next time you need to book a train.

How to save up to £15 on train bookings

First things first, download the android version of the TrainPal app here, or the Apple version here. When you’re signing up, add the code 475c283b in the “Promo/invite code” box and you’ll receive £5 off your first booking of £15 or more.

Next, head to the main booking page and click on the image at the top that says “LIMITED £300000 VOUCHERS”.

Click “GO” and you should then see that 3 more discounts have been added to the promotions page of your account:

  • £2 off a spend of £10+
  • £3 off a spend of £15+
  • £5 off a spend of £20+

When you make a booking, you can then select which discount code you want to apply to it – although it seems to automatically add the highest value one anyway.

[WARNING: It’s been flagged in the comments that TrainPal might not always have access to the cheapest fares on all routes (Grand Central in particular was mentioned), so it’s worth doing a quick comparison with your usual booking site to ensure you really are getting a genuinely good deal.]


The discounts seem to work for any UK train booking and can be stacked with railcard discounts, so hopefully lots of readers can benefit!

What do you think about TrainPal?


1. Only those who have an account in the app could claim these discounts.

2. This summer sale start from 2019/06/18 00:00 to 2019/06/27 23:59

3. The voucher can only use before its expired day.

4. The voucher only valid for UK rail tickets.

5. Each booking can only use one voucher.

6. Only valid for booking with bank cards.

7. TrainPal reserves the right of final interpretation.

8. Apple is not a sponsor or involved in the activity in any manner.





  1. Mr Chan says

    This app seems to be a complete rip-off. I compared the prices against buying direct on Grand Central, and the prices are almost 3 times as much. £75.50 compared to £27.80. I’ve tried various dates and stations and the result is exactly the same.

    • Joe Deeney says

      Cheers for flagging that – I was just having a look myself 5 minutes ago for tickets to Manchester Airport (from Leeds) and they are pricing the same as on other sites, but good to know to be careful and double check.

    • Joe Deeney says

      Hmmm – not sure why that’s not working (it certainly was yesterday). Try 475c283b instead – hopefully that should work!

    • me says

      as far as I can see its not a promo code – its just a referral code that gives the poster of this article £5 credit if you buy a ticket

      as far as I can see any promo code is completely separate to the referral code – complete con

      • Joe Deeney says

        Hi Me – there is a referral code which gets both the referrer and the referee free credit, AND there was the “limited 30,000” offer which I think has now ended. I’m not really sure how that can be interpreted as a scam…

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