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Apple Pay for Trainline

Do you know you can use Apple Pay with Trainline? Apple Pay is pretty nifty, it lets you use your iPhone like a bank card, you can pay using your fingerprint and all your details are stored securely on your device. At Trainline we love to make things faster and easier (it’s our “thing”), that’s why […]

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PriceBot from Trainline

PriceBot: Looking for the cheapest train fare?   Simply tap on PriceBot in Trainline’s app and the cheapest train ticket available on your route for your date of travel will appear: Save money – easy to decide if it’s worth changing your travel plans for a cheaper deal Save time – as no need to search 24hrs-worth of […]

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Trainline for iMessage

You may have noticed that Trainline has been pretty excited for iOS10, and our own iMessage update. iMessage is Apple’s messaging system and thanks to this most recent update it is now possible to link Trainline, directly into your messages. This means that you can let people know where you are, when you’ll arrive and […]

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Travel across Europe with Trainline

Seeing double? Oh no you’re not! You can now travel across 24 countries in Europe with Trainline, try out Trainline Europe here. Travel on Europe’s major rail networks with the usual ease and speed you’ve come to expect from Trainline… It’s available for desktop and mobile, here’s an easy way to remember which one you need…   Other […]

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6 signs it’s back to uni time

The SIX signs you’re going back to uni… Sometimes all the signs come at once, sometimes the feeling just sort of creeps in, but around about now, you know the back-to-uni vibes will strike. Here are the 6 signs that you’re going back to uni… ONE Slowly but surely Halloween themed objects begin to infiltrate everyday […]

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The Beginning of BusyBot

Meet the new bot on the block In the beginning there was a weary traveller who could not find a seat… but now thanks to crowdsourcing, Trainline can start the process of helping you to locate the part-full carriages and trains on a chosen journey, making it easier to find a bit of space to park […]

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A few hours in Edinburgh (near the station)

Break Up The Commute With Our Edinburgh Guide If you follow the same daily commute it is easy to get stuck in a routine and forget to explore your city, which means you are almost certainly missing out on some cool stuff! If you regularly have stops in Edinburgh then this article is for you, we’ve […]

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3 Days by Train, in Glasgow

3 Days in Glasgow We’ve called on our Scottish explorers Angus and Vivian to give you 3 days of fun in Glasgow… If you’re like me, you’ve probably already read countless TripAdvisor reviews and gone through all the sites on page 1 of your Google search just to find things to do in the next […]

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Wimbledon Tickets Vs. Mobile Tickets

Getting hold of your Wimbledon tickets is jolly good fun, waiting in line with like-minded Murray-lovers, strawberries in your cool bag, cosy under a Union Jack umbrella – lovely! But the same ticketing joy doesn’t always apply at the train station. At Trainline we know that all tickets are equal but some (mobile tickets!) are more equal than […]