If you buy online through the following website: http://www.youngpersons-railcard.co.uk/voucher/ before the 16th March, you can get a Young Person's Railcard for half price (£12). Offer is online only, through the aforementioned website.
I don't think so, as online applicants are provided with a 'credit card' style YP on plastic as opposed to one issued on ticket stock. All details (including photo, expiry date etc) are intergrated into this card.Mine expired yesterday handily.
Is there anyway to do it with the photocard I already have? (IE: Just get the new bottom bit?)
Natwest ones, if you lose the, you write to them, pay £10 admin and you get a new one valid for the 5 years.Bearing in mind you are supposed to be a student and will require confirmation of a university course attendance/acceptance to get one that way...
Otherwise I'd have done just that by now, having lost my original HSBC one 3 years ago. Would have been due to expire in a few months from now, would have saved myself a fortune if I hadn't lost it along with very important tickets and my Thames Trains ticket wallet...:-xad:
Nevertheless, thank you for the heads-up Mojo, as my Y-P expired on 26th January and I need to get a new one. Will see to getting one online before the 16th then!
Move to the highlands and get 50% off, or south east and get a network railcard? or [sarcasm mode] Chop a leg off and get a disabled railcard [/sarcasm]. Besides someone has to pay full price to subsidise the pensioners, families, students and rail staff traveling cheaply!even less fair for those of us middle aged people who cant get a YP card, and still have to wait years for an OAP card!
I was considering that a couple weeks back when the place I work was sold to new owners, and we were all worried about our future.PRIV tickets were invented for those too old forYP and too young for Senior Perfect age range for a railway job