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Over the weekend, I posted about the £9.50 redspottedhanky.com train ticket voucher promotion running on Sun+, the paid-for website for The Sun.

It has been running a separate promotion in the newspaper itself this week, with an additional 30,000 x £9.50 vouchers to give away.  These are valid for tickets booked before April 21st, although you can book for up to 12 weeks further out.

Heathrow Express tickets can be booked via RSH if you are looking for a possible use for them.

It has been publishing five codes over the last five days, with the last one appearing today.  You can now claim your voucher!

This is what you do:

Go to https://www.media-promotions2.com/rshfeb2014/ (I have NOT made this a link as I do not want them to see a spike in traffic from Head for Points)

Enter the following codes, plus your personal details (the email should match your redspottedhanky account)

Saturday – TR3DGQ
Sunday – NJ681D
Monday – PNJ98N
Tuesday – AF27GE
Wednesday – BSG2KJ

Your £9.50 validation code will appear on screen.  It will also be emailed to you.

Log in to your account at redspottedhanky.com – or create a new one – and go to ‘Personal Details’.  Enter your validation code in the bottom box and click ‘Update’.

Nothing will seem to happen.  However, in a few days a £9.50 voucher will appear on your redspottedhanky.com account.

As a marker, the £9.50 code I claimed on Friday via the Sun+ deal appeared online on my account last night.

I can’t see why you can’t double-dip with the Sun+ offer.

The offer only lasts until 30,000 codes have been claimed, and given that The Sun sells 2.3 million copies per day, this won’t last long.

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