Northern Rail: Discount codes to go on sale for 10,000 people travelling into Sheffield

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People who work in Sheffield are being urged to act fast and grab a discount code so they can save money on train travel.

People who commute into Sheffield on Northern Rail trains could save 25 per cent on a season ticket.

10,000 discount codes will be offered from Thursday (May 23), allowing people to save £10 when spending £40 on a flexi or monthly season ticket.

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They can be used by workers who book tickets to travel on a select number of peak-time services into Sheffield.

Discount codes will be valid for use until Thursday, July 18. 

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The offer aims to encourage a range of shift workers, including those in the hospitality, healthcare, retail and leisure sectors, to give travelling by train a try, as well as giving others a chance to get back in the office.

Kerry Peters, regional director for Northern, said: “These discount codes offer workers a great chance to save money on their commute, but don’t hang around as they'll go fast.

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“If you can’t get your hands on one and are travelling to work on a Northern service regularly, you can still save up to 33% by buying a season ticket instead of individual tickets.

“We’re confident that anyone who tries the train won’t want to go back to the stress of sitting in rush-hour traffic and searching for expensive parking spaces.”

She added: “The codes are currently available to those travelling into Sheffield, but we’ll be offering a range of other discounts to customers across our network in the coming months.”

Sign up for more information or get your discount code on Thursday on Northern’s website.

Northern is the second largest train operator in the UK, with 2,500 services a day to more than 500 stations across the North of England.

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