Yes, Head for Points does trains as well as planes! (Click on Eurostar and East Coast Rewards in the ‘Archives by Category’ menu on the right hand side to read older articles.)
East Coast, which runs from Kings Cross through to York and on to Scotland, is offering 20% off Standard Advance and First Advance tickets. This promotion was aimed at members of the Le Club Accorhotels programme, but anyone can use it.
You need the East Coast promotional code below in order to book, and you have another four days to do so.
Here are the details:
We have teamed up with Accorhotels.com and Le Club Accorhotels to offer their members 20% off East Coast Standard and First Class lowest Advance fares between 4 and 11 November 2013. We run fast and frequent passenger services between London King’s Cross, the East Midlands, Yorkshire, the North East of England and Scotland. Destinations include London, Peterborough, Leeds, York, Newcastle and Edinburgh, all of which you can book for 20% less! Plus, when you book on our website, we charge no booking fees or credit card fees and award Points in exchange for a range of fantastic rewards!
Key information about the promotion:
- Booking period – 4 November to 23.59 on 11 November 2013
- Travel period – 12 November to 7 February 2014
- Excluded travel dates – 20 December – 3 January 2014 inclusive
- Promotional code – ACCOR20. You must enter this code to access the promotional fares.
Don’t forget to register for East Coast Rewards before booking if you are not already a member. Because these are Advance tickets (non-refundable), your points will post instantly. If you earn 50 points (£34 First Class spend or £50 Standard Class spend), that is enough to redeem for a day pass for the First Class Lounge at Kings Cross.
(Want to earn more hotel points? Click here to see our complete list of promotions from Accor and the other major hotel chains or use the ‘Hotel Promos’ link in the menu bar at the top of the page.)
(New to Accor Live Limitless? Read our two-part overview of Accor Live Limitless here and here and our article on expiry rules here.)