laverack222 said:Saver return? Why on earth didn't you buy GNER advance or even combo CDRs - would have been miles cheaper :confused:
Nick W said:
How is it "exploiting" the system?Nick W said:
True.theblackwatch said:As he went for a few days, CDRs wouldn't have been any good....the words 'DAY RETURN' indicate you have to come back the same day.
Incidentally, for some CDR tickets, the TOC's definition of the word 'Cheap' to describe them is very different from mine!!
Nick W said:
A trip to London (for example) saves £15 with just 2 tickets, not 300.AJP said:Am I? I do use CDR combos occassionaly but they only save around a fiver now and again and I cant be bothered to purchase abot 300 tickets
2 tickets could see you knock about a tenner off the cost, coming back a different day.AJP said:If I did that to Motherwell I would have to get at least 5 tickets plus I wasnt going back the same day.
I'll bear that in mindAJP said:I usualy DO get advance tickets to Scotland but I wasnt aware of when I was coming back plus my dad bought them and he is loaded
But I never go to Londonyorkie said:A trip to London (for example) saves £15 with just 2 tickets, not 300.
2 tickets could see you knock about a tenner off the cost, coming back a different day.
I'll bear that in mind
No, a CDR is one ticket, which has 2 portions.WSXFan said:ALRs on your dad then AJP?
yorkie, slight problem with your post, in that you say it would be 2 tickets to London. If it's combo CDRs, wouldn't it be four? 2 outward portions, 2 return portions?
No, a CDR is.....WSXFan said:Still 4 actual tickets though!