4 Tips to Save Money on Student Travel Tours in the UK

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One of the biggest expenses that you’d most likely incur when you go on student travel tours in the UK would be transportation. Transportation can be pretty expensive, and it may actually lessen your money without you knowing. Fortunately, there are ways for you to cut down your spending by altering the modes of transportation that you use. Here are some ways you can cut down pm transport costs while you’re on a student music travel tour in the UK.

Use the Rail

First of all, you may want to consider using the rail with your handy 16-25 railcard. The only thing you have to do is to spend in advance for a year’s worth of use. It will cost £30 for a whole year and £70 for three years. While it may be expensive at the start, you’ll be able to save a lot of money in the long run. Just take note that there is a £12 minimum fare if you travel between 4:30 am to 10 am.

Ride the Megabus

Those of you who have watched UK-based movies are most likely familiar with the Megabus. The Megabus is this big bus that is painted blue and yellow. The great thing about this bus is that it can take you around various UK cities and even some European cities.

Yes, you can have a Eurotrip just by using the bus. The best thing is that the pricing starts at £1.50. Of course, the further you go, the more you’ll have to pay for your fare. However, it is pretty cheap considering the prices of other transportation modes in the UK.

Book Split Tickets for the Train Rides

In most cases, buying one ticket for a whole journey (ex. From Oxford to Birmingham) is cheaper than buying two separate tickets to reach your destination. For example, if you want to go from Oxford to Birmingham, you have to pass through Banbury. Instead of buying one ticket to go from Oxford to Birmingham, it’s actually cheaper to buy one ticket to Banbury and another from Banbury to Birmingham.

Rent a Bike

There are actually bike rental services that you can avail of so that you don’t need to spend on trains, buses, or taxis. Moreover, you’ll be able to get a lot of exercise if you ride a bike every day. Of course, this should be an option only for getting from one city or town to another.

Conclusion

These are some of the easiest ways to save money while you’re on your UK student travel tours.  As a student, you have to save up as much money as you can so you can really enjoy your stay there.

The best way to do that is to cut costs on transportation. After all, you’re still pretty young, so you don’t need to take taxis all the time. The UK has a great commuter system, so you won’t have any problem getting around. Just study the various routes of the city and the area so that you won’t get lost.

Author: Zoe Turnbull

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