As I understand it, if you have 12 tokens, you already have enough for 6 tickets, as the Reach offer only requires 2 tokens per form.I have been buying 3 x 85p copies of the Liverpool Echo for the last 4 days ( I will be buying another 6 copies tomorrow !) which has caused great confusion at the MtoGo shop at Liverpool Moorfields !.
I will have then enough for 6 vouchers , which I will be sharing with my Dad.
Yes, I was concerned when I read three tokens above. I have two from the MEN and the accompanying text clearly states two tokens. I wonder why that is and whether it will cause confusion/arguments when buying tickets. So is it a separate application form for each newspaper group?As I understand it, if you have 12 tokens, you already have enough for 6 tickets, as the Reach offer only requires 2 tokens per form.
Advert, dated Saturday 28th September in Yorkshire Evening PostYorkshire Evening Post (JP) requires 3 tokens per ticket, paper comes out Mons-Sats, cost 85p per issue, tokens available daily until 12 October (so £2.55)
Already obtained 6 tokens, enough for my travel needs.
Have downloaded my form and it all looks OK, except that the spaces where tokens have to be attached are too small! No doubt I can get round that.Yes. And it clearly says on the form how many tokens are needed. It used to be two tokens for all of them, but it changed in 2017.
I've had them issued at Chester without any trouble at all.Does anyone have any experience getting a ticket issued at Chester?
Ideally, I'd like to issue the ticket on the morning of travel, however, if I'm likely to encounter a problem I will go in advance.
Cheers. In that case I'll get the ticket issued on the morning of travel.I've had them issued at Chester without any trouble at all.
(Related, but off topic: I travelled from Halifax to Chester direct on 29 May this year on a day when Halifax station had no electricity due to a fire in a nearby mill and so the ticket office was closed. Both conductors on the train (there was a change on the way) were very reasonable and allowed me to travel to Chester without any difficulty and buy the ticket there because they can't be issued on the train. I anticipated problems, but problems there were none!)
If you did Karl, that's a great result.I've bought all my tickets on the train from the guards.
No. The closest thing is their Explorer 55 ticket, which just covers the North West and you can only use it if you're aged 55 or over. It costs £15is this ticket available without the newspaper vouchers and, if so, how much would it cost?