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12% off Heathrow Express discount code launched

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It has been a long time since we have seen a promotional code for the Heathrow Express.  However, a new offer has just launched – in association with Mastercard – which will run until 31 January 2016.

The link for your discounted Heathrow Express ticket is here.

You need to register with this site, which is run by Mastercard, and then click through the link on that page.

You can combine this link with the KIDSFREE12 promotional code which gives free child tickets.  Two adults and two children (5-15), one way, would cost £36.96 instead of £63 by combining the offers.

(Note that you MUST click through from the Mastercard site every time you use this discount.  If you try to bookmark the landing page for Heathrow Express and then return to it later, the discount will not show.)

The discounted prices will show up automatically when you reach the Heathrow Express website.  You do NOT need to add anything into the Promotional Code box on the booking page.

Here are the prices available via this link, with the normal prices in brackets:

Standard Class: 

Single £18.48 (£21), Return £29.92 (£34)

First Class:

Single £25.52 (£29), Return £45.76 (£52)

Still not a bargain, of course, but certainly cheaper than it was!

For details of discounted Heathrow Express tickets for families and group of 2 or more, take a look at this old article.

Comments (5)

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  • xcalx says:

    Are HEX tickets sold LHR-PAD and PAD-LHR or is 1 ticket good for either direction. Thanks

    • Alan says:

      On the website they ask you to specify direction, but in reality they’re valid in either direction. They also say they’re valid for three months from the specified travel date but I’ve used ones that were four months old without an issue.

  • Rico says:

    Better, but still so so expensive. I know its quadruple the time, but I stick to the Piccadilly line.

  • David Butcher says:

    Yes, Piccadilly line for me too, every time.

  • David says:

    Nowhere else does it cost so much from the city to the airport.

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