Splityourticket upgrade goes live

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Monday January 23, 2012 at 11:46pm

When we originally launched splityourticket back on the 23rd April 2007 we had no idea of the impact it would have in helping people to save money on their train fares. We knew we would need to keep up with the needs and requirements of our customers and, as a result of all the feedback we have received to date the site is now being relaunched following an extensive upgrade. We have chosen today as the 23rd January 2012 marks the start of the new Chinese year of the Dragon. The Chinese believe that the year of the Dragon brings good fortune and prosperity and we hope that the changes we have made will bring you all good fortune and help you to make more savings this year.

It has taken a long time to develop this upgrade, which has meant moving over to an entirely new administrative structure behind the scenes. This new structure will allow us to act and respond more quickly to your requests and should provide clearer information. We have also introduced this blog as a means of passing on information quickly to a wider audience, so watch this space for regular features.

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John Adams | Wednesday August 29, 2012 at 3:03pm
I see that lovely moneygrabbingexpert Martin Lewis has taken your idea and passed it off as his own as well? The guy is a charlatan, utterly despicable, but at the end of the day he is just another seedy journalist out to make people believe what he wants them to, as long as he takes a slice of the revenue. Good luck - morally at least you know that you are the inspiration behind his plagiarism....
David Spencer | Monday March 18, 2013 at 9:46am
I use rail travel very frequently but find budgeting difficult because I cannot properly assess the cost of tickets. I am interested therefore in split ticketing to even out my budgets....
Paul Cluett | Monday May 27, 2013 at 1:19am
Can't believe the savings.. Wolverhampton to Plymouth for booking next day .. one single ticket was £114.50.. split Wolverhampton..Cheltnham spar...Bristol... Taunton to Plymouth with a rail card was an unbelievable £14.75.. yes it meant waiting and changing trains but straight through was less than £30.. Do your homework.. Im loving it...
Davy | Friday October 3, 2014 at 5:16pm
What a pity we don't have the German system! Book early and the ticket - specific train - is 19 or 29 Euro. Pay an upront fee and get a Bahncard giving 25% or 50% off. Or for about £3800 get a card for all Germany's railways for one year ...

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