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£16 redspottedhanky train ticket voucher for £8 at Amazon Local

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redspottedhanky is on Amazon Local, their daily deals site.  If you have any train travel planned between now and September, it is a good deal.

Remember that you can even get Heathrow Express tickets via redspottedhanky ….

For £8, you can buy a redspottedhanky gift voucher worth £16.  This is effectively £8 of free train travel.

The restrictions are very few:

Only one voucher can be applied to each redspottedhanky account

Vouchers must be used by 30th June (so, as you can book 12 weeks in advance, you are good for travel until the end of September)

The voucher will take 96 hours to show in your account once you have input the code

You don’t need to spend the credit in one transaction.  Any remaining balance can be used later.

This voucher can be used alongside any vouchers you picked up from the recent Sun, WH Smith etc promotions.  There is no problem using multiple vouchers in the same order.

You can find full details of the offer, and buy, at Amazon Local here.

It is highly likely to sell out, so don’t wait too long if you are interested.

Comments (48)

  • Pete says:

    Can you use them with the Duo Offer with Gatwick Express?

  • SouthernEM says:

    Thanks, worked a treat. Love RSH! Never a problem.

  • Alan says:

    Sadly all gone when I tried just now (00:40 7/3/14)

  • Jovan says:

    Not sure if mentioned before, but can you pay for tickets at RSH with 3V cards?

  • squills says:

    New £10 code on Monday guys – see the other latest RSH thread here or just wait for Raffles to update 😉

  • Lyssie says:

    Yay, my first hat tip! 🙂

  • Jovan says:

    Sorry to ask this again, but it would be very helpful to know:

    Not sure if mentioned before, but can you pay for tickets at RSH with 3V cards?

    • David says:

      You should be able to pay for tickets on RSH or any train booking site using 3V cards – but if you try this, you must have the tickets sent by post, since you need a physical card in order to collect from a ticket machine at a station.

      • Jovan says:

        Thanks – forgot about that part on collection 🙂

        • Frenske says:

          Now you mentioned it, I saw that the East Coast allows you to print tickets off. Shame I already bought the tickets. Problem is that you never find tickets exactly the value of the gift card.

  • pazza2000 says:


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