Quick Trainsplit question - railcard

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trainophile

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On the Trainsplit form it only allows one railcard entry, even if you are buying tickets for two people. Is is safe to assume that the final price shown when entering a railcard includes two railcard discounts (each with the same railcard)?

Sorry I'm not explaining very well, hope readers understand the question.

This is what it shows:
2 ADULTS, 0 CHILDREN, SENIOR RAILCARD

But there are two of us, each with a railcard.
 
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Thanks, that's what it says, but how would it work if two people were travelling but only one of them had a railcard? Separate bookings needed I guess?

Edit: Or same thing if you had two different railcards.

Correct. Plan the journey with the first railcard and add it to the basket. Then plan another journey with the second railcard and add it to the basket. And so on.

The entire basket will be booked under one collection reference.

We'll bring in multiple railcards at some point in the future, but at the moment we're testing our big new core upgrade that will be released soon.
 
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