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Get up to 20% back on LNER train bookings

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Rail operator LNER has launched a special offer via its app.

For any LNER journey booked via the app by 16th April (travel can be later) you will receive 10% back in LNER Perks credit. This can be redeemed against a future LNER journey. No registration is required.

The standard LNER Perks rate is just 2%, and this remains the rate for website bookings.

The offer of £5 free credit for joining LNER Perks is still running.

On top, some American Express cards currently have a 10% cashback offer for LNER which would stack with this. There is also a less rewarding 5% version of this offer available via Amex and certain other credit card cashback portals such as Virgin Atlantic.

The credit card cashback pays out irrespective of which train company you book via LNER, and pays out for app or online bookings.

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Comments (33)

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  • Aston100 says:

    Thanks for the tip regarding the LNER vouchers.
    I currently use their site to book travel on other train operators and get the 10% statement credit, but wasn’t aware you could stock up on vouchers or that they could be used to book travel on other train companies.

  • Rob says:

    My wife has 10% on her Gold, the 5% is pretty widespread. That said, someone told me that LNER is pretty good at blocking the offer on cards that have redeemed it in the past.

  • Ben says:

    Showing as 10% on both Gold, and Platinum cards for me.

  • Chas says:

    Airtime doesn’t work with Amex.

  • ee says:

    Stacks with Nectar OK, albeit sometimes the points take longer than they should to appear!

  • Alex M says:

    Can anyone help please – how do I buy evouchers on the lner app (can’t find anywhere in the app)?

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