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10,000 x £10 East Coast trains vouchers in The Sunday Telegraph tomorrow

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East Coast trains is jumping on the redspottedhanky bandwagon by giving away 10,000 x £10 discount vouchers tomorrow.

There is some information on The Telegraph website here.

No minimum spend will be required.

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What is not clear is whether you can only use the voucher on East Coast or on any train company.  The website above is very vague on the subject.

I redeem quite a few East Coast evouchers (I redeem Amex Membership Rewards points for them, getting 0.6p per point) and I don’t think there is any easy way for them to restrict their use to East Coast trains only.

East Coast is also pretty good about not adding extra costs to your booking.  There is no credit card fee and no booking fee.  Delivery by post is £1 although you can also choose to collect your ticket from a machine at the station for free.

If anyone is up early on Sunday morning, please post the code in this thread!  I assume that it will be a generic code that anyone can use, whether or not they have bought a paper.

Comments (42)

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  • John Gallagher says:

    anyone not planning on using their voucher happy to donate it to me (as neither my wife nor I seem to have been successful 🙁

    • Tim says:

      I registered with two email addresses before 8 a.m. Sunday and we received nothing.

  • Will says:


    Did you get any response?

    • Nick Burch says:

      They only got back to me this afternoon. They’ve asked for screenshots, which I’ve just sent, we’ll see what they have to say next…

  • blindman says:

    I’ve just booked a journey sucessfully using the vouchers for a trip that includes First Great Western trains.
    Did not go through the “special” link to book, just booked through my account as normal.


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